Chinese women are using frozen embryos to conceive a second child.
Birth rate stays stubbornly low
The Chinese government has finally abandoned its notorious one-child policy.
There have been over 336 million abortions in China since the since 1971, according to data released by the Chinese Health Department.
Yes, there is a bioethical angle to another of this week’s Nobel Prize announcements. The latest novel by Mo Yan, the 2012 laureate for literature, is a searing critique of China's one-child policy.
The Chinese government may consider lifting restrictions on its notorious one-child policy. Wang Yuqing, a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, told the government newspaper People’s Daily that he would like to see a gradual opening of the one-child policy which has been in force since 1979.
Relatives coerced as well
Modelled on China’s policy