China's Lost Children

We don't want to adopt babies from traffickers. Some people introduced to us babies from traffickers, but we don't even want to see them," said Mr. Yang.

Back in Dongguan, the Liang family struggles every day with the loss of their little boy. They have nearly lost all hope of finding him. All they have left are his clothes, which are still hanging in the closet, and his father's torment.

"I don't want the boy to think when he grows up that I didn't take good care of him and lost him. I am ashamed of myself as a father."

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