Tag : One Child Policy

“Where are those 30 million missing girls? Where was their right to live?” The effect of China’s One-Child Policy

2 years ago / 0 comments

Xue Xinran has spent the past forty years researching and interviewing the people of China, from the poor in the countryside to those whose lives have been overtaken by the isolation of the technological age. Here she chats to Editor-in-Chief Jessica Murray about her latest book, Buy Me The Sky, … Read More

What Will China Look Like, Post ‘One Child Policy’?

3 years ago / 0 comments

For many in the West, China’s one-child policy has come define the country. In this regard it is perhaps second only to the occupation of Tibet. As a response to a crisis, in this case one of overpopulation, it was as brutal as it was effective. With China increasingly conscious … Read More