China’s Generation Without Women

Related Story: A One-Child Daughter of China Boys standing over a sign promoting the one-child policy in Hong Tang Village, Fujian photo by Derrick Chang China’s gender imbalance, the result of the one-child policy implemented in 1979, is creating a social time bomb that may threaten the already feeble status of women, who are already losing ground. While attention is focused on disturbing problems like social instability and rising crime resulting from the gender imbalance, people appear to be forgetting the gross injustice that women have long suffered, injustice that is growing both despite and because of their shrinking numbers.

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