Grey Areas in China’s One-Child Policy – Michael Bristow

Below is the third part of Michael Bristow’s series report on , via BBC News:

…Many rural couples, accounting for 52.9% of the population, are able to have two children if the first one is a girl, he said.

In other provinces, parents can have two children regardless of the sex of the first child, and in a few areas the rules are even more relaxed….[Full Text]

– Read also part1 and part 2 via CDT

[Image: The preference for boys is causing a sizeable gender imbalance, via BBC]


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