“Two-Children” or “Many Children?”
By: Shelby von Rentzell
Brief Summary about Two-Children Policy:
- During this time the birth rate per woman was 6 kids but then shrink down to under 3.
As of Jan. 1st of 2016, China has started using the 2 child policy.
- Starting using this because the shrinking population and the aging workforce
If they have more than 2 children, the other children that are not apart of the 2 will be taken away or the couple will have to pay fines
Brief Summary about Ghost-Cities:
People of China are hoping that the rural part of China will move into those ghost cities in coming years.
- They are hoping at least some people do, and then they will continue to build more cities so people can live in those
Most of these cities were built in hopes that people would see how big these cities were and then move in with them with their families.
“China is a very commanding economy, and the government basically dictates where resources are spent.” This means that the government keeps choosing to build these cities and then allowing them to go vacant while they are trying to get people from the rural parts of China to move into them.
A father showing his daughter the newest baby into their family; this shows the two-child policy being used.
One of the Ghost-cities in China.
Another ghost-city in China.