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More older pregnant women expected
Hospitals and health authorities across China are bracing for an expected surge in older pregnant women this year, after the country adopted a second-child policy.
Chinese celebrate Winter Solstice
Kids learn to make dumplings at a kindergarten in Yiyuan County, east China's Shandong Province, on Dec. 21, 2015.
Growing pains for China's 'only-child' generation
The first generation born under the family planning policy encountered many difficulties in life, facing many social problems as they grew up.
- More older pregnant women expected
- Chinese celebrate Winter Solstice
- Growing pains for China's 'only-child' generation
- Two-child policy puts pressure on sperm banks
- Father builds giant transformer for son
- Veteran searches for old friends via bus ad
- Abducted women becomes model teacher
- A WW II veteran's love story
- Red Cross groups start screening children for CHD
- Kunming University opens online store to 'sell' graduates
- 60 mln kids in China living without their parents
- What are the most prestigious jobs in China?
- Female adult ceremony held in NW China
- The changing history of school uniforms in China
- An 18-truck wedding motorcade in Shaanxi
- Changes for miners in the last 30 years
- From a toddler to a beautiful mother
- Nadam: Time to celebrate harvests
- Tibetan cliff engravers
- A high-end blind date held in Wuhan
- Say hello to the second child
- Assistance centers for homeless children
- The yoga dream of the disabled
- Family of nine struggles to survive
- Chinese lonely hearts shop for sweethearts online
- Romantic temptation for temporary boyfriend
- Students returning from overseas have trouble finding jobs
- New semester, new faces at Tsinghua University
- The reunion of one big American and Chinese family
- 9-yr-old girl takes lead for 7-province journey
- Children smile after the quake
- Contemporary Chinese views on love and marriage
- Chinese graduate employment in 2013
- Higher degree graduates face battle in job market
- Dream coming true for a family adrift
- Parents pray to Confucius before Gaokao
- A glimpse into the world of autistic children
- NGO calls for protection of left-behind girls
- Klett brings China new babysitting theory
- China's first nude photographer
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