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China finally waves goodbye to family planning as country gets old, but is the damage already done?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The era of family planning through birth restrictions is ending in China. This was made clear by the fact that the four character Chinese phrase, Jihua Shengyu, was not included in the latest 20,000 character national plan released by the ruling Communist Party.I was born in 1979 and so was part of China’s first “only child” generation as Beijing rolled out its one-child policy across the country.Jihua Shengyu meant that many of my classmates from primary school to university had older sisters…

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The era of family planning through birth restrictions is ending in China. This was made clear by the fact that the four character Chinese phrase, Jihua Shengyu, was not included in the latest 20,000 character national plan released by the ruling Communist Party.I was born in 1979 and so was part of China’s first “only child” generation as Beijing rolled out its one-child policy across the country.Jihua Shengyu meant that many of my classmates from primary school to university had older sisters…
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