Unofficial data published by China’s Ministry of Public Security indicated a 15% decline in new birth registrations in 2020. The drop off is a reflection of a host of factors: the coronavirus epidemic, legacies of the...
by Josh Rudolph | Jan 17, 2020
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....
by Melissa M. Chan | Oct 23, 2011
Despite regulations passed earlier this year that will attempt to reduce the number of mainland mothers who will be able to give birth in Hong Kong next year, over 1000 protesters rallied against the rising number of mainland...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 18, 2010
From the Washington Post: At a time when China is prospering and the common perception of America here is of an empire in economic decline, the proliferation of U.S. baby services shows that for many Chinese, a U.S. passport...
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