Wednesday, January 27, 2010

China's One-Child Policy Doomed?

The fact "that China’s one-child family policy has been a disaster" is nothing new, but that "the nation’s top think tank – the Communist Government’s Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) -" is now saying so is — China’s Cassandra prophecy. Authoress Constance Kong notes that "even if China totally repealed the one-child family policy today, it would be too late for today’s generation of teenage boys."

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Blogger xavier said...

I simply shrug my shoulders. As I pointed out in a new comment bout the 1 child policy. Communism strips people of their common sense and the ability to ask simple questions of why and what for.

The problem for the regime is how to they keep the peace? I seriously don't see how.


10:55 PM  
Blogger Schultz said...

Maybe today's Chinese teenage boys can start importing far-left idealistic American women ;)

12:03 AM  
Blogger Procopius said...

American women!? Whatever did these Chinese youths do to deserve that punishment!
However, I could easily see Vietnam, the Philipines, N. Korea, and the former soviet far east +Mongolia being virtually depleted of already scarce women in the largest mail-order bride operation in world history

2:36 AM  
Blogger xavier said...


Well there are a lot of North Korean bride but this intrmarriage raises another problem for the Chinese.
They're simply unprepared culturally or psycholically to accept mestissos (métis) children.

There was a story about this lovely girl who's Sino Afro American. Her dad was an black American who left the mother. The girl is obviously black with Chinese feature.
She participated in a TV show showcasing aspring models. The comments from the ordinary Chinese were breathtaking in the depth of their racism. She was hurt as she had lived in Shanghai all her life and spoke with the accent of the city.

So the regime is faced with yet another headache because the 60 years of pumping up Han superiority(and subtly race purity) the shortage of Han women has ill-prepared the society to accept métis children


11:11 PM  
Blogger Enbrethiliel said...


Adding to what Xavier has said: even Chinese families that have lived in the Philippines for years are known to discourage their children from marrying fellow Filipinos who are not ethnically Chinese.

2:02 AM  
Blogger xavier said...


Well about 3 weeks ago, there was a conversation between a Chinese language teacher and an English language teacher at the place i worked. The Chinese language teacher is a fiancée but they have to delay the marriage because her parents are very traditional and don't want her to marry a non-Chinese

She's from the mainland. I shook my head and she apologized that I had to hear this. I told her that there was nothing to apologize as I wasn't insulted but sad.

I didn't tell her that I thought it was regrettable that she was torn between filial piety and her committment to her fiancé.

I'm really fortunate that my family loves my wife and are head over heels with my son.

11:03 PM  

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