China’s Birth Rate Falls to Lowest in Nearly 70 Years

The country’s birth rate last year dropped to the lowest level since 1952, at 10.48 births per 1,000 people.

by Tristin Zhang, 19 January 2020

67-Year-Old Woman Claims to Have Conceived a Baby Naturally in China

The woman, surnamed Tian, gave birth by cesarean section at the Zaozhuang Maternity and Child Health Hospital in East China.

by Ryan Gandolfo, 29 October 2019

Is China Finally Dropping Its Two-Child Policy? Depends Who You Ask

Rumors swirl that China is abandoning its family planning policy, but policies remain vague.

by Nassir Ali, 30 August 2018

1 in 3 Chinese People Will Be 60 Years Old or Older in 2050

Elderly people accounted for 17.3 percent of the Chinese population, or about 241 million people, at the end of 2017.

by Tristin Zhang, 24 August 2018

China May Scrap its Two-Child Policy This Year

The book may be closed completely on the 40-year-long social experiment.

by Tabatha Baylis, 23 May 2018

WATCH: Woman Gives Birth While Shopping in Guangdong

Medical personnel were called to attend the scene, and declared the newborn healthy.

by Matthew Bossons, 05 September 2017

Second Child Birth Rates Surpass First Births in Guangzhou

China's two-child policy at work.

by Gary Bailer, 27 April 2017

Chinese Baby Born from 16-Year-Old Frozen Embryo

A 46-year-old mother recently birth to healthy boy born from embryo frozen 16 years ago.

by Steven Hu, 21 February 2017

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