The legacy of China’s one-child policy
China has recently changed its two-child policy and is now allowing families to have up to three children legally. It's a move aimed to combat the country's plunging birth rate, but what does this major shift in policy mean for China?
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Guest: Didi Tang, Beijing correspondent at The Times.
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