In 2010, China estimated that 13 million people had not been properly registered.
The words “family planning” went unmentioned in China’s state-of-the-union-style work report this year, for the first time since the advent of the one-child policy. Some observers see that as an indication that population control will soon vanish. In China, political leaders in some regions have already proposed tax and maternity-leave incentives for parents of second children.
Liang Zhongtang, a demographer from the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. He has called for the complete abolition of birth controls.
Parents are seeing signs that the once-formidable family-planning regime is collapsing
SOURCE- Toronto Globe and Mail