The One Child Policy in China Quiz
The One Child Policy in China has recently been in the news over its problems regarding the dependency of the ageing population. 10 Questions.
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In which year, three years after Mao's death was the One Child Policy introduced to control China's growing population?
How many births do official statistics credit the social policy from stopping?
Prior to the One Child Policy, Mao in 1949 stated ''what'' about having a large population?
''The more people, the less problems.''
''Each person means more production.''
''Every mouth comes with two hands attached.''
''China will grow, let's grow with her.''
During the One Child Policy, in rural areas, if your first child was a ''what'' you were allowed to have another one with planned spacing?
The One Child Policy is criticised for its gender imbalance (due to female infanticide and abortions); what was the sex ratio of boys to girls in 2001?
In the 1980s, there have been reports of around forty-thousand female infanticides in which of China's regions (there, the sex ratio of boys to girls is as high as 130:100)?
Due to not enough working-age people, China's age dependency ratio has steadily grown; this is largely due to ''what''?
Mongolians migrating to China's more developed regions.
People migrating from China to nearby countries.
Too many non-working age children.
Increase in the elderly population.
What is the total birth rate in China's special administrative region of Hong Kong, it is one of the world's lowest - far below the replacement rate of 2.1?
In which of China's cities would you find the lowest in the World total fertility rate of 0.41 (2000)?
When was the One Child Policy formally phased out?
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