The incredible story of the search for one of Mao's lost children, setagainst the extraordinary backdrop of modern China.
<'A son is very important in Chinese society,' he had said. 'To lose one is careless. The ancestors would be angry.'
<Intrigued by stories of Whereabouts unknown - No further information available>), Richard Loseby sets out alone across China in search of answers.
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