ENCORE: Too Many & Not Enough: Loneliness in China

How did you mark November 11th this year? If you were in Canada you may have spent a moment of silence remembering the men and women who fought in wars to protect our freedoms. But if you are listening from other places in the world, in Asia, November 11th may mean something else for you… Singles' Day. It’s a day that is supposed to be for celebrating those who are alone. A one. We look at how Singles' Day, which began in China, is the result of the one child policy, the mandate turned the world’s most populous country into a nation of lonely people. A country of ones.

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