Friday, 24th, 2017 | 1:37PM Updated

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

Online dating is popular among Chinese singles in their late twenties, although they claim to do it for fun, not to rush to find a partner to marry.
Beijing Has the Richest Single People in China

Elderly Chinese have traditionally lived with, and been looked after by, their children.
Nursing Home for 'Shidu' Elderly Established in Guangzhou

The current policy in place permits a family to have a second child on the condition that both parents came from single-child families.
China Mulls Possibility of Boosting Births

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The current policy in place permits a family to have a second child on the condition that both parents came from single-child families.
Specialist Schools Increase as Number of Newborns Rise in China

Married Chinese couples are becoming discontented with their marriages earlier than couples in other Asian countries.
Couples Born in the '80s More Prone to Divorce

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

The current policy in place permits a family to have a second child on the condition that both parents came from single-child families.
China Launches Campaign Controlling Newborn Sex Ratio Anew

A newlywed couple in their bizarre photoshoot.
Survey Shows Report on Marriage Trends in China

According to experts, men’s fertility can go well into their 50s. The reality is different, however, as “many have a problem with that even in their 30s.”
Does Your IQ Level Depend on Your Mother's Genes?

According to some experts, husbands in Shanghai are more considerate compared with the rest of China.
Remarried Couples Struggle with Chinese Autonomous Region’s Baby Restrictions

A composite image shows 36 people, one person born each year that China's one-child policy has been in place, made from a series of portraits shot in Shanghai.
China Weighs Changes to Its One-Child Policy

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

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

Animosity from first-borns toward their yet-to-be-born siblings has become a social dilemma in China.
First-Borns Become Shockingly Hostile Toward Yet-to-Be-Born Siblings

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