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An Open Invitation to China--the End of the Story

Today (3/26/15) started out early with the need to get our Chinese friends taken care of.  They had called last night with the decision to scrap the car and ride back with a friend from Alabama who had rented a car to come pick them up.   923 more words

Travel

The Forgotten Children of China

I wanted to share a story of two ladies walking across China to raise awareness and funds for an orphanage in China called New Day Foster Home… 713 more words

China

Gaming Regulators: Virtual Chinese Still Need to Have Hukou and Obey One-Child Policy

‘The regulators require the birth system in our games to meet the regulations of birth-control policies.’

Let’s say you load up The Sims (China Edition). You make your little character. 177 more words

China

China's efficiency

When I heard Justin Trudeau give that speech about China being admirable I was absolutely sick to my stomach. Not even kidding. My grandparents moved to Hong Kong to get away from the efficiency he praises so highly. 157 more words

20,000 Chinese babies are abducted each year—is the one-child policy to blame?

The figures in a recent BBC report on the abduction and selling of babies and children in China are shocking—even if it is happening in the world’s most populous country, with its seriously overstretched police force. 877 more words

a long rant on high-school life, the one-child policy, and things that are important to memake

Wow. Yes, I’ve stumbled upon this blog a few times between this year and last year, but I guess today’s the first time I have the guts to actually post something. 1,881 more words

Ranting

How Chinese Women Get Around the One-Child Policy and Save Money by Giving Birth in the US

March 9, 2015
by Jennifer Thomé
http://www.vice.com/read/chinese-women-birth-tourism-309

Birth tourism is nothing new—and not an exclusively Chinese phenomenon, either—but while it’s often said that Chinese women travel to America to give birth chiefly to obtain citizenship and passports for their children, many also seek better and cheaper health care and to avoid fines for having extra children. 68 more words

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