China wants its citizens to have more children. But they are reluctant to.
There are signs China could drop its two-child policy in an attempt to boost population growth.
An ageing population doesn't have to be an economic burden.
Italy is the latest in a line of countries with ageing populations trying to boost proceation through a ‘fertility day’.
Incentives to encourage childbearing haven’t worked elsewhere in Asia – can they in China?
Worries about overpopulation aren’t being felt everywhere.
Enforcing the birth control policy left millions of children with no identity.
A Chinese company deducts 5-10% of employees wages’ and gives the money to their parents – it’s filial piety in action.
The provision of retirement income and insurance infrastructure will be one of the challenges facing Asia in the coming years…