Some thoughts on marriage from young Chinese
Marcus Roberts | Oct 14 2016 | comment  
An insight perhaps into why marriage is declining in China.

The declining institution of marriage in China
Marcus Roberts | Sep 26 2016 | comment  
Further signs that China's longterm population prospects are not rosy.

Families lack time and money
Shannon Roberts | Jun 27 2016 | comment  
What Canadians say would improve family life for them.

An example of love
Marcus Roberts | Dec 9 2015 | comment  
What does love look like after 50 years of marriage?

Shengnu women and boyfriends for rent
Marcus Roberts | Feb 26 2015 | comment  
A baleful mix of societal pressure, gender imbalance, and the one child policy.

Canadians fighting for family
Shannon Roberts | Dec 15 2014 | comment  
A new info-graphic for you!

Millions of “Leftover Women” in China
Marcus Roberts | May 13 2014 | comment  
Is it any surprise that Chinese women suffer social inequality with the one-child policy in place?

New Zealand Marriages; US Births
Marcus Roberts | Jun 20 2011 | comment  
The marriage rate in NZ has dropped, while the Demographic Institute has accurately predicted the number of births in the US in 2010.
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