China has no regrets about one-child rule
- September 27, 2010
- Susan Greenhalgh, anthropology professor, is quoted in the Hindustan Times September 26, 2010
From the Hindustan Times:
An only child, Vicky Zhang is almost as old as China's one-child policy that turned 30 this weekend.... But on the policy's thirtieth anniversary, China made no commitment to removing the rule that prevented 400 million births over three decades by forcing most urban Chinese to have only one child. Parents were recently warned to register 'extra' births before November 1 during the ongoing census to prevent their children being stripped of citizenship benefits. "The bottom line is that no relaxation is imminent," Susan Greenhalgh, author of "Just One Child: Science and Policy in Deng's China", told HT from the University of California, Irvine.
For the full story, please visit http://www.hindustantimes.com/China-has-no-regrets-about-one-child-rule/...
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