From the Los Angeles Times (link):
In a country known the world over for its strict one-child policy, Cui Hui and his wife would give anything to have that only child.
He runs a successful Internet company and she teaches at a university. Married for eight years, they were busy pursuing their careers and kept thinking there would be time down the road to start a family. Now, both 33, they are having trouble conceiving.
Just a decade ago, reproductive intervention – other than herbal remedies and prayer – was a foreign concept to average Chinese.
Today, doctors in the world’s most populous nation are helping people make more babies.
See also China Daily’s “Fertility industry takes off in China”