Unloved and Forgotten - China's Children of Shame

In China's darkest secret, millions of innocent "black children" live in shadows, products of forbidden affairs between Chinese women and African men. Branded as "tainted blood," these children face a lifetime of discrimination, rejection, and poverty. Unloved and forgotten, they are hidden from view, their existence a shameful reminder of a taboo past. Society shuns them, families disown them, and their futures are bleak. As children of shame, they navigate a world that offers them little hope or dignity.