In the early 1960s, people in China were experiencing a difficult time. A large number of abandoned children emerged in the poverty-stricken Southern China. Under the arrangement of the government, they were adopted by families in the Northern China. All grown up with their own families started, the once abandoned try to get back in touch with their blood relatives, but such task is not easy. Some gave up after several futile attempts. Some are still hanging on for a slim hope, while some sadly passed away with regrets. “Who am I? Where am I from? Where are my birth parents?” Through five stories in this programme, we explore the lives of the abandoned children and their journey of searching for lost family.