China’s Baby-Policy Pendulum Could Be Swinging the Other Way
Two Nanjing University academics made a modest proposal for reversing China’s baby bust: setting up a fertility fund to collect money from young couples until they have a second child to encourage childbearing.
Their idea, outlined in an article published by the government-backed Xinhua Daily in Jiangsu province, quickly went viral. One internet user called it “nonsense,” and another objected to the prospect of heavy-handed government involvement.
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