Thought your family tree was complex? Wait 'til you see this video.
Yes, even more evidence that the one-child policy is an epic fail.
A generation or two of China’s only children are being reminded of their obligations to elderly parents by a law change that comes into effect later this year.
A poor Chinese woman who saved dozens of abandoned children over four decades is being hailed a heroine on her deathbed.
Some see it as a sign of greater freedom in China and therefore progress, but not all Chinese are happy that the divorce rate is burgeoning, reports China Daily.
The trafficking of women for forced marriage and prostitution is a growing problem for China, but a predictable one given its population policy and resulting demographics.
There is an interesting alignment of seemingly quite different stars in
China: Christian-inspired abstinence education and official population
China’s bachelor problem is about to get worse, thanks to women raising
the material stakes, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Anyone who thought China was softening its one-child policy will have to
think again after news that one local government in southern China is
forcing thousands of couples to undergo sterilisation -- and, in many
cases, holding their parents hostage to ensure they comply.
Girl babies adopted by American and other overseas couples from
orphanages in China in recent years may have been forcibly taken from
their parents, not abandoned, as the adoptive parents were told. The
Los Angeles Times reports at length on a scandal that can be laid at
the door of China’s inhuman population control policy and corrupt local
family planning officials.