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It has been well over a year since the end of the One Child Policy and the implementation of the 'Two
 
February 7 · Issue #26 · View online
What's on Weibo
It has been well over a year since the end of the One Child Policy and the implementation of the ‘Two Child Policy’, and many Chinese media and netizens are looking back at what has changed over the past year. With lower-than-expected birthrates in 2016, Chinese women are now increasingly encouraged to have a second baby. In our latest featured article and video blog, we dive into a post by the Chinese 'Feminist Webforum’ that argues that the One Child Policy actually improved the status of women in China, and that the Two Child policy may actually be a setback for women’s status - something many female netizens seemed to agree with. What?! Do they actually have a point? Well, yes. Read all about it here.
- Manya Koetse (@manyapan), What’s on Weibo editor-in-chief 

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