torsdag 7. januar 2016

China's one-child policy goes but heartache remains

Sun Mingmei had always wanted a second child. When she found out about an unexpected pregnancy in August, the initial joy only lasted for a few days before she decided to give the baby up. Sun already had a daughter and to keep it, she would have to pay a fine of more than 200,000 yuan ($31,250) under China's strict family planning laws. She thought it was too much money. She terminated the pregnancy within two months. Read more