One Child Policy

One child changes: No effect?

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

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.

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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