More than 1,000 people who say they are victims of China's draconian family planning policies have signed a public petition calling for the release of rights activist Yang Zhanqing, who had campaigned extensively to help them.
Thirteen million Chinese who lack household registration certificates because they were born in violation of the One-Child-Policy. They can’t go to school, get a job, get married or do something as simple as check out library books.
Families in China that have lost their only child are now facing financial difficulties in their old days. Those parents suffer not only from the pain of loss, but years of loneliness and lack of financial support and there is...
The brutal one-child policy remains firmly in effect after the CCP's third plenary meeting in November, allowing limited families a second child.