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By: Tang Win

Review of China's Population and Family Planning Programs

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The book provides a general review of the processes of social-economic and population development of the Chinese society from 1949 to 2021, the interactions between the two, and a detailed study of the economic and population policies at different stages of social development.

Based on legal documents and policies, plenty of historical facts and personal experiences, the book reveals a vivid representation of what happened in that difficult era, especially how greatly the Chinese people suffered in the strict implementation of the enforced birth control policies, as well as the wounds and scars in their human bodies, traumas and grief deep in their psyche. All those have resulted in serious problems and have a profound impact on China’s economic and population development.

Tang Win graduated from the Sichuan Foreign Language Institute in Chongqing, China, in 1982, with a bachelor’s degree in English literature. He used to work as an interpreter, teacher of English and manager of international trade for many years in different countries of the world. He began to write in English after he retired from work and has published a few books in London including an autobiographic memoir, biographies of celebrities, novels and poems.

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