China


Human Trafficking to China

Marcus Roberts | 13 July 2014
Women lose out when there is a surfeit of men.

A limit to Chinese “supercities”

Marcus Roberts | 10 June 2014
The Chinese Government is trying to make it harder to move to large cities.

Millions of “Leftover Women” in China

Marcus Roberts | 13 May 2014
Is it any surprise that Chinese women suffer social inequality with the one-child policy in place?

China on track to be world’s largest Christian nation

Marcus Roberts | 29 April 2014
By 2030, it could have more faithful than Mexico, Brazil or the US.

Are we ready for the “grey tsunami”?

Marcus Roberts | 22 April 2014
The Lancet suggests that the UK, the USA and China are not ready.

After Crimea: is ethnicity the new World Order?

Marcus Roberts | 24 March 2014
Protecting fellow Russians? What about fellow Chinese?

A father’s love…

Marcus Roberts | 18 March 2014
A touching story about sacrifice by one man for his son.

The One Child Policy Revisited

Marcus Roberts | 09 February 2014
Is the one child policy simply the worst policy ever conceived in the history of the world?

One child changes: No effect?

Marcus Roberts | 19 December 2013
What demographic effect will changes to the one child policy have?

The social cost of no siblings

Shannon Roberts | 04 December 2013
Researchers are coming to realise the wide-ranging effects of a generation without siblings.

Can China and Japan reverse their birth decline?

Dermot Grenham | 27 November 2013
The social norm of small or no families has become deeply entrenched.

Asian fertility video

Marcus Roberts | 21 November 2013
An informative video showing the steep decline in the fertility rate in Asia.

China’s one-child policy to be relaxed

Marcus Roberts | 18 November 2013
The Chinese Government has slightly relaxed the notorious one-child policy.

Chinese urbanisation slowing down

Marcus Roberts | 23 October 2013
Those relying on increased urbanisation in China to fuel economic growth may have to think again.

Caring for your parents: a legal obligation in China

Marcus Roberts | 22 October 2013
An old woman in China sues her children for neglecting her.

China has a surplus of men AND ‘leftover women’!?

Marcus Roberts | 14 August 2013
There are hundreds of thousands of 'shengnu' in China: women who cannot find husbands.

Chinese “Bride Price”

Marcus Roberts | 12 June 2013
The traditional "bride price" in China is making it unaffordable for young people to get married.

A shortage of women workers in China pushes up wages

Michael Cook | 20 May 2013
Believe it or not, China is facing labour shortages. There is a shortage of women (I wonder why) and wages are rising. The Economist reports in this video.

Chinese Author Ma Jian and the One-Child Policy

Marcus Roberts | 17 May 2013
More first hand testimony from inside China about the one-child policy's effects.

One Child Policy Won’t Keep China Fed

Marcus Roberts | 19 April 2013
According to researchers at Stanford University, the one-child policy does not ensure Chinese food security.

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