China, which has topped the medal counts at each of the previous four Summer Paralympic Games,...
by Josh Rudolph | May 19, 2016
Medical science’s recent development of the prenatal detection of Down syndrome has sparked...
by Scott Greene | Aug 8, 2013
The Global Times reports that the local government of Lianyuan, in Hunan Province, has opened an investigation into an alleged forced abortion in 2011 after the husband claimed that his wife became mentally ill following the...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 11, 2013
Following heated controversy last month over legal activist Chen Guangcheng’s departure from New York University, The New York Times’ Andrew Jacobs reports a tangled political “tug of war over Mr. Chen and his...
by Melissa M. Chan | Mar 17, 2013
Amid the reorganization of the agency that oversees the one-child policy, some critics are questioning whether the policy will be relaxed or eliminated completely. Due to the enforcement of the one-child policy, China has...
by Scott Greene | Jun 25, 2012
The recent controversy over forced abortions, which grew after officials in Shaanxi province forced a woman to abort her 7-month old fetus and graphic photos surfaced online two weeks ago, has reportedly grown uglier. The South...
by Wendy Qian | Jun 17, 2012
Graphic photos from Shaanxi province of grieving mother Feng Jianmei and her almost full-term aborted fetus went viral last week and reignited a discussion on abortion among Chinese netizens. Some commenters called the incident,...
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