Twisted parents tortured their five-year-old daughter and inflicted a series of horrifying injuries before she died in hospital.
Chen Ruilin tragically passed away in January 2018 after the evil campaign of abuse at the family home in Hong Kong.
After she was admitted to hospital, doctors discovered more than 130 wounds on her body.
Dad Chen Haiping, 29, and step mum Huang Xiaotong, 30, were found guilty of killing Chen this week after a month-long trial.
They continually beat and starved the child, and threw her against the ceiling.
Many of her injuries appeared to have been inflicted with a cane or pair of scissors.
At one point, Chen drew a chilling picture of a house with red stains on the floor.
It was one of the exhibits made available during a month of heartbreaking testimony from family members, teachers and doctors into the abuse.
Chen tragically died in hospital shortly after arriving.
An autopsy later revealed that she had been killed by a bacterial infection that her immune system could not fight, due to years of physical abuse.
At the time, social workers said they would conduct an enquiry into her death.
The victim’s eight-year-old brother also suffered abuse and is now being cared for by his paternal grandmother. The children’s other grandmother, 56, who lived with the family, was also found guilty of two counts of child cruelty.
All three family members face sentencing on April 20, with a maximum term of life imprisonment.
Last month, a dad who murdered his premature baby daughter after smoking drugs and watching porn in a shed filled with sex toys was jailed, along with the mum of the child who “let it happen”.
Michael Roe, 32, was sentenced to 19 years behind bars for shaking his eight-week-old daughter Holly Roe to death in September 2018.
Hove Crown Court heard how Roe, from Crowborough in East Sussex, had smoked cannabis and watched porn before launching the sickening attack.
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It was not the first time the killer had shook Holly, having previously suffered head injuries and 12 rib fractures before the fatal assault, the court was told.
Judge Mr Justice Edward Murray said: “You knew you had seriously harmed her before you finally killed her.
“When you carried her upstairs she was already either dead or in a coma to die shortly afterwards.
“You hoped she would recover as she had before.”