In 2015, the Chinese government reformed its infamous "one-child policy" to allow two births for most couples, hoping that it would address a looming demographic crisis by boosting the nation's birthrate. However, a major birth...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 6, 2013
A series of studies this year have linked pollution in China to lowered life expectancy and...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 26, 2007
From the Christian Science Monitor, an interesting look at a town that has had great success at lowering the birth rates, without imposing the national one-child policy: For the past 21 years, the citizens of Yicheng County, in the mining province of Shanxi, have been exempt from the “one-child policy” on which the Chinese government […]
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