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Two identical women in China who met on social media platform Douyin shocked to find they are twins separated at birthA woman in China from central Henan province who found a woman who looked strikingly similar to herself on social media has discovered that they are identical twins. Cheng Keke, 29, from Gongyi city, announced on ByteDance’s Douyin social media video platform yesterday that the results of DNA testing confirmed her biological relation to Zhang Li, who lives 50 kilometres away. They discovered last month that they were separated at birth when their single mother had put them up for adoption. “I successfully got an elder sister today,” Cheng said in a video post.Do you have questions about the biggest topics and trends from around the world? Get the answers with SCMP Knowledge, our new platform of curated content with explainers, FAQs, analyses and infographics brought to you by our award-winning team. Cheng, who has a two-year-old daughter, was told by her sister-in-law in January that a teacher at a martial arts school in Kaifeng city looked very similar to her. The resemblance was so striking that even Cheng’s close relatives could not tell them apart, according to a report in the Beijing News. Cheng reached out to the woman, Zhang Li, mother of an 11-year-old boy and a six-year-old girl, and found out the similarity did not stop at looks. Their birthdays are in the same month in the same year, but several days apart because Cheng’s birth date was recorded on the when she was adopted several days after being born. They also have the same blood type, food preference, dress style and had even bought some of the same clothes. Reunited by TikTok: in Indonesia, long-lost twins find each other after more than 20 years The two women had a video call a month after the first contact and were amazed. “Am I looking at a mirror?”, Zhang asked at the time. Cheng was the only daughter of her adoptive parents who adored her and said she had never suspected she might be adopted, but after seeing Zhang she had questions. She said she struggled for two months before getting the coura