Monday, 17th, 2018 | 4:04AM Updated

The effects of China's two-child policy will be felt in 20 years.
Effect of China’s Two-child Policy Good for the Economy in 20 Years, Says Expert

China now encourages couples to have their second child.
Cadres Encouraged to Promote Two-child Policy by Setting Example

The number of newborn Chinese was tallied at 16.55 million in 2015.
2 Million Chinese Couples Want to Have Second Baby, Health Bureau Reveals

Adoption agencies look out for the best interest of the child as its one and only priority when selecting adopters.
Fewer Couples Are Adopting as China Scraps One-child Rule

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Brosis, a group led by teenager Xiao Xiyu, quizzed more than 1.500 parents with two children about the happiness of their older children.
Parents Protest Fees for Second Child Born Before Jan. 1

With the new family planning policy, Chinese officials step up their efforts to teach couples the proper way to raise a child.
Easing of Childbearing Policies Still Distant: Family Planner

Policy shifts are needed to adopt to changes on social dynamics and employment brought about by China's two-child policy.
Draft Family Planning Law Amendment Proposes Couple to Have at Most Two Children

Chinese individuals who lack ID card and household registration were forbidden to have children under the previous one-child policy.
China Can Handle Surge of Newborns: Senior Health Official

A Chinese care worker holds children on her lap as she cares for them at a foster care center in Beijing, April 2, 2014.
China Lifts One-child Policy, Couples Now Allowed Two Children

A mother bonding with her daughter in a park in Beijing.
Girl or Boy, That Is the Question; Times Have Changed and More Parents Now Prefer Having Daughters Than Sons

China imposes stricter regulations on abortions as the country faces a gender imbalance crisis.
Ban on Selective Abortions Widens to Curb China’s Gender Imbalance

Small nuclear families of two to three members are the most common type in China.
Families Sizes Are Shrinking According to National Health and Family Planning Commission

Women's rights should be upheld in family planning law amendments, says China Daily reporter.
China Daily: Women’s Freedom to Choose to Bear and Not to Bear a Child Should Be Upheld

A woman holds her child with one hand and toys with the other at a railway station in Beijing, Jan. 14, 2014.
China Will Not Impose Unlimited Second Child Policy This Year

China imposes stricter regulations on abortions as the country faces a gender imbalance crisis.
Couple with 11 Children Raises Controversy

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