‘One is enough’: Chinese families lukewarm over easing of one-child policy

by Simon Denyer

Children play on a slide in Taoranting Park in Beijing on Jan. 23.  Photo: Wu Hong/European Pressphoto Agency

Chinese families lukewarm over easing of one-child policy and inevitably put immense strains on the economy in the decades ahead, and on the government’s ability to pay people’s pensions. It is so severe a problem, some experts predict it could threaten the legitimacy

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