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Charity workers in Hunan orphanage arrested for selling babies
Chinese police arrested 27 people for buying and selling babies to individuals or other orphanages. China's "one child" policy for birth control is seen as catalyst for human trafficking.
04/05/2016 10:22:00 CHINA
Chinese government must "work to increase birth rate. Or face system collapse"
Yi Fuxian, one of the best known opponents of the one-child law, said the easing of family control policies are not enough: "Beijing will soon find that it is much more difficult to increase the birth rate than empty cradles". But doctors in Shanghai and the capital foresee a "baby boom" for 2016
22/09/2016 11:02:00 CHINA
Party slams "stronghold of the one-child law": Procreate now
For decades Yichang in the central Hubei province was praised for its strict observance of the "one child policy". Today the communist authorities are retracting everything and calling on young comrades to "work on themselves" to have at least a second child. The elderly comrades must "guide them on the socialist road of education of young people".
In Shanghai three-month old baby up for on sale on internet
Detailed offer to sale a baby appears on an internet site. The government spends only five dollars a month on orphans; its lack of interest in orphan care favours baby kidnapping and sale to childless couples.
Zhejiang: mother abandons her second child to avoid one child law fines
The incident occurred in Wenzhou, where a few days ago a child - who exceeded the quota of one child – was crushed to death by the car of the Party Secretary. Population control law most hated by the Chinese.
One child policy and the fear of zero growth
If no changes are made to China's population control policies, the country will experience a disastrous social decline, reaching zero population growth by the year of 2040.
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