Can the Communist party get out of China’s bedrooms now, please?
the Guardian -

I was born in 1983, so have no siblings. Now the government wants bigger families – but young Chinese won’t listen

Chinese millennials such as me are collectively known as the “post-1980 generation”. The controversial “one-child” policy started to be enforced by the Communist party in 1979 out of concern over rapid population growth that could hinder the economic boom that was about to take off. My generation (I was born in 1983) became the first batch of China’s only children. All urban...


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