By Reggie Littlejohn September 25, 2015 marks the 35th anniversary of China’s brutal One Child Policy. Coercive enforcement of China’s One Child Policy continues to this day. As blind activist Chen Guangcheng stated, Family Planning Officials “will kill your baby in your face.” Women’s Rights Without Frontiers has filed a Complaint with the United Nations …Continue reading "Women’s Rights without Frontiers Files Complaint Against China at the United Nations for Coersive Enforcement of China’s One Child Policy"
By Women’s Rights Without Frontiers Under the One-Child Policy, a Chinese schoolteacher, five months pregnant, was ordered to abort by the end of May or lose her job. This order has just been reversed, following domestic and international media attention. Qin Yi (sometimes translated Tan Yi) and Meng Shaoping were both divorced and both have …Continue reading "Chinese schoolteacher, 5 months pregnant, ordered to abort; then permitted to give birth"
By Dave Andrusko A Chinese school teacher, five months pregnant, must have an abortion by the end of the month, or lose her job. Qin Yi and her husband Meng Shaoping had requested and received permission to have a second child from authorities in her home town in eastern Anhui province, the Associated Press reported …Continue reading "Five-month-pregnant Chinese woman ordered to abort, although she had been given permission to have another child"
By Dave Andrusko We’re out of our home for a few days so we wind up reading the newspaper a day or two late. But I about choked on my apple crunch muffin this morning when I read a book review by Steven Moore that appeared earlier this week in the Washington Post. The title …Continue reading "Twisting “art” to justify China’s brutally repressive One-Child Policy"
By Marcus Roberts Editor’s note. Elsewhere today, we critique a very, very different review of the book “Frogs,” recently translated into English. Back in 2012, Michael [Cook] wrote a piece about Guan Moye, the Chinese author who writes under the pen name of Mo Yan, who was the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature …Continue reading "Mo Yan, “Frogs,” and China’s one child policy"
Editor’s note. The following analysis was provided by Women’s Rights Without Frontiers According to a report in Bloomberg Businessweek, Cai Fang, vice director of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, has stated: “We will fully relax the policy” in two years, allowing all couples to have a second child. The reason: China’s shrinking labor …Continue reading "China: Two-Child Policy Will Not End Forced Abortion or Gendercide"
By Anne Roback Morse This past Saturday, October 11, was the International Day of the Girl Child. In recognition of this day, Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng spoke against China’s population control program on a panel at the Heritage Foundation last Thursday. Speaking through a translator, Guangcheng called the one-child policy a “horrible crime against …Continue reading "Chinese Dissident Calls Population Control a “Horrible Crime Against the Chinese People”"
Editor’s note. The following is the Keynote address delivered today by Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) at The Heritage Foundation. Rep. Smith’s remarks were part of an event commemorating the International Day of the Girl Child. China’s one child policy announced in 1979 is state sponsored violence against women and children—including and especially the girl …Continue reading "China’s One-Child Policy: Massive Crimes Against Women and the Girl Child"
Thirty-five years ago this month when I was in China, the reign of terror known as the one-child policy had already begun. It continues today. By Steven W. Mosher The woman on the operating table was nearly eight months pregnant. The doctor picked up a scalpel and made a transverse incision across her lower …Continue reading "President Xi Jinping: Stop the One-Child Policy!"
By Womens Rights without Frontiers On June 1, all provinces in China will celebrate “Children’s Day” with lavish children’s art exhibitions and performances. Meanwhile, no mention will be made of the fact that China has “prevented” more than 400 million children from being born, often by forced abortion, through its brutal One Child Policy. …Continue reading "China should stop forced abortion and gendercide for Children’s Day June 1"
Those who violate the one-child policy are more harshly punished than those who violate other laws By Steven W. Mosher, President, Population Research Institute The Chinese Ministry of State Security must have been asleep on the job. The email that appeared in my Inbox read: “It is better to be a criminal in China than …Continue reading "“Better to be a Criminal in China than a Pregnant Mother”"
By Sheila Liaugminas Who believes media accounts that the Chinese government has eased it? For the past two years in particular, in American politics, we’ve heard a lot of allegations about certain parties carrying out a ‘war on women’ and it’s becoming a campaign slogan. That’s dishonest, disingenuous, and distracting from the real and …Continue reading "We know China has a one-child policy"