So China's former top propaganda boss decides to spend some of his retirement writing songs for children. He then pens an ode to the hitherto unregarded virtues of carrion eating storks. Then he has the song performed on state TV children's day extravaganza by Hao Ge, a locally famous singer originally from Nigeria accompanied by children scampering around apparently dressed in brown body stockings and grass skirts. The results are...different. A mighty avalanche of appalling on every conceivable level.