Tag: One-Child Policy

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When a Canadian Swimmer Lit Up Chinese Social Media

Margaret MacNeil's win in the women's 100-meter butterfly this week drew attention not just because of what she accomplished but because of who she is.

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The Midwives of Egypt

I had never mentioned the account of the midwives in Egypt, nor did I have plans to do so. As the day unfolded, the woman’s story spread and the call was repeated, “Let us be like the midwives of Egypt.”

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Prolife Work—an Entry Point for the Gospel

When people of faith are directly involved with people experiencing a crisis of faith, gospel ministry happens.

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Children’s Day and Other Sparks of a Prolife Movement in China

In 2013, I first learned of a campaign linking China’s June 1st national holiday— “Children’s Day,” to a call to treasure human life in the womb and to reject abortion.

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One Child Nation

A Film Review

A gut-wrenching film that needs to be viewed.

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Back to the North (向北方)

A Film Review

Thirty years—a generation’s worth of time—after the policy was first implemented is where Beijing-based director, Liu Hao, begins the conversation. As also the writer of the feature film, Liu builds an engaging story around this timely social issue, allowing viewers to get personal with what’s really happening in China.

Chinese Church Voices

From Death to Life

Follow Up to "The Journey of My Second Pregnancy"

A Christian's story just before the Two-Child Policy goes into effect.

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Why China Needs Two

The big news out of China last week was, of course, the Party’s decision to alter its longstanding family planning policy.

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China’s New Two-Child Policy

Rumors were swirling all last week that the Chinese government would announce a major relaxation of the 35-year-old “one-child policy.”  Sure enough, on Thursday, October 29, it happened.