It is clear by her detention record with Fairplay that her condition has been in a state of steady decline since then. In April of 1996 she was detained in Thevenard, Australia for a number of problems including an inoperative oil/water separator, excessive oily water in her engine room bilge, faulty fire hydrants and an inoperative lifeboat engine. Later that year she was held in the U.S. due to a faulty main fire pump, faulty wiring, rotted piping in many locations, excessive oil throughout her engineroom and inoperative service generators.
In 1997 she was again held in Tampa, Florida because her crew could not execute an adequate fire drill and abandon ship evacuation, her oil separator was still inoperative, her firefighting hoses, hydrants and extinguishers were not serviced and in poor condition and her life saving equipment - lifeboats, handrails, davits and falls were in very poor condition. Then on January 15th, 1998 she was held in Honolulu, Hawaii when a 7 inch hull fracture was found in her starboard shell plating with improper temporary repairs that were not certified. At that time it was also found that she was 4 deck hands short of the required 9.
No doubt Wan Ling's condition has deteriorated significantly since then and it is very likely that she trades exclusively in the far east where detentions are less likely to happen. It is also very likely that she will soon end up on a scrapping beach somewhere in the Asian subcontinent.
Information courtesy Marine News - The World Ship Society