China’s One Child Policy


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This month, we continue our talks about Chinese culture and traditions. The “One Child Policy”, introduced in 1979, resulted in most contemporary Chinese families having only one child. A special generation of single adults has become the backbone of modern China. Who are these people? Why are their behaviors and habits so different? Teacher Ben, an only child, will provide us with some insight, explaining the reasons behind the policy, how it has been implemented, the benefits to China and the subsequent changes to the population.

Date:
Thursday, June, 29

Time:
9:45am Registration, 10am-12pm

Venue:
Shanghai Centre Residences, West Tower Residences 8/F, Resident Lounge – room 801
1376 Nanjing Xi Lu, near Xikang Lu (entrance next to Pizza Marzano)
(metro line 2 or 7 to Jing’an Temple, exit 6)
南京西路1376号 (上海商城)

Cost:
RMB 150

Please email events@seashanghai.org by June 26, under subject type “One Child” and include your membership number and mobile phone number. SEA cancellation policy applies after June 26. SEA coordinator is Jennifer Schmidt, mobile: 156-9217-9207.