Chang Lee is'nt the Asian Child. It was mispelt. Chang Lee is actually the AceIan Child.
“What? AceIan? I thought Ian stayed with Barbara forever.” you might say. Yes, he did, They had three children together - John (born 1966), Gillian (born 1969), and Steven (born 1972) Chesterton.
But Ian and Barbara also once went to a reproductive science convention in the late 2020’s. Where Ian’s sperm and Barbara’s eggs were taken away so they could be donors.
Ace became a Time Lady and regenerated, one of her incarnations taking a form of South-East Asian phenotype. (usual SE Asian skin + William Russel skin = average out to Yee Jee Tso skin.)
This incarnation of Ace, used Ian’s sperm to get pregnant, and nine months later, gave birth to a son that looked like a paler skinned version of her. She named him Leefarivopilarnac Firebrand McShane Lungbarrowmas. “Lee McShane” for short.
As people don’t age\grow up on the TARDIS, Ace, her current Companion, and baby Lee, settled down together on a planet far away from both Earth and the current Companion’s native planet, centuries after from both of their native times. But it was a cozy planet! Lee lived there for the first 18 years of his life. When he turned 18, he decided to settle down in 1992 San Francisco, and changed his name to Chang Lee via psychic paper.
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