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Okay, I can't really tell if you're being serious about that "No Child" policy, there, #8, 'cause it sounds a little, I dunno, barbaric. And slightly insane. There is no way of practically/plausibly enforcing something like that- I mean, the Government has enough trouble with the One Child Policy as it is. Plus you have all the consequences of the aging population, as #11 mentioned.|
IMO, the OCP needs some serious adjusting. There is a major imbalance of how each area is enforcing the policy, i.e. major cities and towns are pretty strict about it, but the rules in more rural areas are very lax, and it's in those areas where the problem lies. Many of them are traditionalists who, of course, want boys to carry on the family name, and they keep on trying until they 'get it right'. For every extra kid they churn out, they get fined maybe 5000 yuan. Each child then goes on to receive a subpar education, then get married off to equally traditionalist families and make even more babies, and thus the cycle continues.
I don't know if this is a common occurence, or if the people in my laojia are just uninformed.