From the South China Morning Post:
Wang Feng, a demographer at the University of California, Irvine, agreed. "[The family planning commission] has finished its historic task and it should be taken to the garbage bin," he said. "The policy change can save resources that can be directed to more worthy causes like health, women and youth," the demographer said.

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