This episode of Assignment Asia focuses on stories about those ‘left behind’. First to Indonesia, where more than half of children aren’t entitled to the most basic rights because of a registration system that most parents don’t understand or can’t afford. Andy Saputra filed his report from the slums on the outskirts of Jakarta. Then to Vietnam where we see the grim after-effects of the use of Agent Orange by the United States during the 1970s. Since then generations of Vietnamese have suffered from major physical deformities, as Martin Lowe reports from Danang. Finally we travel to the outskirts of the Chinese capital where we met the children of prisoners and the woman who is taking care of them, as Tang Bo reports.
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