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Chinas Key to a Secure and Prosperous Future – Redefine the Chinese Cultural Foundation Codex Construct of Women.

" of women in particular fosters patterns of thinking that greatly improve quality of life, for both parents and children." Development Through the Lifespan, Fifth Edition Laura E. Berk

China easing one-child policy amid elderly boom
Sunny Yang, USA TODAY 11:34 a.m. EST November 15, 2013

"The birth rate of most Chinese provinces, especially in coastal provinces, is actually very low," He said. "Many couples don't want to give birth to a second child because of the financial burden."
Luo Dongling, 42, female, a state worker from Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province, welcomed the changes in the child policy.

"Some of my colleagues have been fired in previous years because they gave birth to more than one child," she said. "But people in my hometown still think boy is better than girl, so they would rather to sacrifice anything to have a baby boy, no matter the fine, or losing of a good job."

Rural Women Stage Innovative Protest for…