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Parents holding their children play in the square of a residential community in Nanjing, capital of East China's Jiangsu Province.
Photo: VCG. The older brother kisses his younger brother on his face in a family of two children in Guiyang, Southwest China's Guizhou Province. Nearly 1, pregnant women practice yoga together at the Hefei Olympic Sports Center. Inspired by inclusive family planning policy, young Chinese expect a fertility-friendly society. It is just better to have both girls and boys in my family, he told the Global Times, emphasizing that he loves his daughters very much.
Although breaking the second-child policy, my wife and I also wanted a third kid, so we have him," Yu said. However, many Chinese refuse to have more than one kid, due to the heavy burden of raising kids. However, like Zhang, many people of reproductive age in China are less enthusiastic about starting a family. According to an article written by the Minister of Civil Affairs Li Jiheng, China's child-bearing age population has low fertility desire, the total birth rate has fallen below the warning line, and population development has entered a critical transition period.
China has actively responded to the disappearing demographic dividend and low fertility rate, partly by putting forth the concept of "inclusiveness" in the family planning policy for the first time, in its most recent Five-Year Plan. Demographers reached by the Global Times predicted that the inclusive family planning policy would slow down the fertility rate decline to some extent, and the Chinese people are expecting a fertility-friendly society in an all-round way.
China's fertility rate falls below warning line, population may decline.