Population rollercoaster: population change in China By: Jade Suan

"The bottom line is that this is a very hard area to have any impact on. It's mostly about public attitudes," -Professor Kerry Brown, director of the Lau China Institute at London's King's College

China's expected population in the future.

"Raising a child is very expensive. "My daughter just had an ordinary cold and we have already spent about $1400 for several days of treatment." -Liu Wei, 27-year-old Beijing resident and mother of a 14-month-old girl,


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