Shanghai – Li Meng is a devoted mother trying to support her 2-year-old daughter, but in the eyes of Chinese society and the state, she is almost a second-class citizen.
Millions of single mothers like her struggle in a country where out-of-wedlock births are frowned upon, and where only married women can claim maternity benefits.
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