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March 31, 2014
Lu Libing touches the belly of his pregnant wife, Mu, as they pose for pictures during an interview with...
Ganzhou, China
Lu Libing touches the belly of his pregnant wife, Mu, as they pose for pictures during an interview with...
Lu Libing touches the belly of his pregnant wife, Mu, as they pose for pictures during an interview with Reuters at their home in Ganzhou, Jiangxi province March 13, 2014. Lu knew he had only one choice as the birth of his third child approached. He couldn't afford hefty fines that would be meted out by Chinese authorities, so he put the unborn child up for adoption. On the Internet he found "A Home Where Dreams Come True", a website touted as China's biggest online adoption forum, part of an industry that has been largely unregulated for years. Demand for such websites has been fuelled by rural poverty, China's one-child policy, limiting most couples of only one child, and desperate, childless couples. To match story CHINA-ADOPTIONS/ Picture taken March 13. REUTERS/Alex Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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