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 China's one child policy

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What would your life be like if we had the same policy?

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 In the late 1970s, the Chinese government introduced a number of measures to reduce the country's birth rate and slow the population growth rate. The most important of the new measures was a one-child policy, which decreed that couples in China could only have one child...

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"At the moment nearly all kids in China have no siblings because of a law that meant most families could only have one child."

Click here to read the rest of the article called "Chinese kids to get brothers and sisters"



 At the moment nearly all kids in China have no siblings because of a law that meant most families could only have one child."

Click here to read the rest of the article called "Chinese kids to get brothers and sisters"
  

Click here to read the article called "China to relax one child policy"



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lick here to view more statistics about the 
impact of the one child policy. 

 “As their only child, I’m precious, my parents love me too much. On the one hand it makes me feel like a princess, on the other hand, I feel burdened to make my parents proud. A brother or sister would help carry the weight,” Bonnie said. 
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