How should China deal with over-population

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1. population in China

1.1. current population of Asia : 4.4 Billion

1.1.1. population in China : 1.4 Billion population density of 143 people/km^2 Australia has the population density of 3.1 people/km^2

1.2. current population of the world : 7.3 Billion

2. people involved

2.1. government

2.1.1. To past out laws and educate students

2.2. citizens

2.2.1. couples

2.2.2. child lonely child

3. problems

3.1. over population

3.1.1. not enough food and resources for that many people

3.1.2. Disparity

3.1.3. lesser job opportunities competitions

3.1.4. deforestration

3.2. one child policy

3.2.1. female babies would be abordan because Chinese people generally prefer boys than girls (Patriarchal) more male than female

3.2.2. one child has to feed two parents and it is hard to earn that much money for three people uses in China Next generation: there will be 2 people feeding 4 parents Then there kid has to feed 6 people and if he/she is married, they have to feed 12 parents

4. bibliography

4.1. Population

4.2. China's Human Rights Violations and Population Control Policies - Market Realist

4.3. How to describe the causes of overpopulation in China - Quora

4.4. 中国人口为什么增长的这么快?这将产生什么问题? - 知乎

4.4.1. Why does Chinese population increase so quicly? What problems will it cause? - Zhihu

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4.6. 中国人口为何突然那么多? - 知乎

4.6.1. why would Chinese populatoin increase so much in a sudden? - Zhihu

4.7. Population Control and Consequences in China

4.7.1. what does the government do?

4.8. China's One-Child Policy: How and How Well Has it Worked? A Case Study of Hebei Province, 1979-88 on JSTOR

4.8.1. how is one child policy wel?

4.9. China 'One Child' Policy: 6 Crazy Problems This Approach Created

4.9.1. problems of one child policy

4.10. China to end one-child policy and allow two - BBC News

4.10.1. two child policy

4.11. China's one-child policy officially scrapped

4.11.1. about the teo child policy

4.12. Effect Of Overpopulation In China And Solution - A Haiku Deck by Osita Ifezue

4.12.1. problems of overpopulation


4.13.1. What causes it no need


4.14.1. 1956 first birth control programme

4.15. Fertility Policy in China: Future Options

4.15.1. late, sparse, few

4.16. File:World population percentage pie chart.png - Wikimedia Commons

4.16.1. pie chart

4.17. һ˶

4.17.1. graph for population growth

4.18. AS Population

4.18.1. timeline for Chinese overpopulation

4.19. China's two-child policy isn't the answer to its ageing population problem

4.19.1. two child policy problems

4.20. Causes of Domestic Violence, Domestic Abuse - Domestic Violence - Abuse | HealthyPlace

4.20.1. causes of domestic violece

4.21. ‘Two-child policy’ unlikely to bring birth boom - Global Times

4.21.1. picture

5. scale

5.1. regional

5.1.1. not enough resourses for that many people

5.2. local

5.2.1. the local school will be over crowed and the houses will be not enough

5.2.2. not enough jobs for people

6. benefits

6.1. one child policy

6.1.1. control the population growth

6.1.2. don't have the issue of dividing family properties

6.2. overpopulation

6.2.1. farming has more people to farm in a family

7. What has been done

7.1. policies

7.1.1. one chilld policy A couple can only have one child excepth if the parents are both the only child not restricted if they are farmers and minorities 1979

7.1.2. two child policy 1st Jan 2016

7.2. propaganda in 1956

8. causes of overpopulation

8.1. lack of education

8.2. lack of medical technology

8.2.1. people are scared that the baby will die and they will not have any child, so they would rather give birth to more babies

8.3. there is no such idea of contraception


9.1. China war within the country