Monday, 20th, 2017 | 12:57AM Updated

According to data, the total Chinese population reached 1.37 billion by the end of 2014. Projections estimate that it will decline to 1.3 billion in 2050.
China's Population to Peak in 2025

There is a cultural preference for male children, so some women have been checking for the gender of their baby to see if they should abort.
Crisis: Rise in China's Bachelors After 2020

17.1 percent of China's population consists children aged 0-14 years old.
China's Population to Peak in 2017, Draws Concern from Experts

According to the NHFPC on July 10, 16.9 million and 470,000 births were recorded in 2014 and 2013, respectively, which signified the effectiveness of the current policy.
No Fixed Schedule for Full Implementation of Second-Child Policy

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China's population is expected to increase by 1 million more in 2015.
China Forecasts 1 Million More Births in 2015

China's gender gap among newborns continues to widen.
Gender Gap Widens in Shanghai as Many Prefer Baby Boys Over Girls

Huang Aiting, born in 2013, poses for a photograph in Shanghai.
Shanghai Expecting Rise in Second-Child Applications by 2020

Delegates attend the fourth plenary meeting of the National People's Congress (NPC).
Beijing Takes Major Action on Pollution, Population and Development

A traffic jam in China, where the population loves cars.
China Records 154 Million Cars in 2014, Leaving the Motorcycle Behind

In other Chinese regions, qualified couples are being encouraged to apply for a second child.
Senior Official Calls for Measures to Decrease Birth Rate in Xinjiang

Elderly Chinese have traditionally lived with, and been looked after by, their children.
China Facing Aging Challenges

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