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October 30, 2015
Zhao Xingqiu poses with her husband and baby in front a baby products shop in Beijing October 30, 2015....
Beijing, China
Zhao Xingqiu poses with her husband and baby in front a baby products shop in Beijing
Zhao Xingqiu poses with her husband and baby in front a baby products shop in Beijing October 30, 2015. Zhao Xingqiu, 27, an office worker, said she does not plan to have a second child. When she heard about the rule change of one child policy, she thought it could not change much because there are some difficulties raising child in China. China has unwound its one-child policy, for decades a symbol of invasive and coercive government planning, but the shift has been met with a disinterested shrug from many younger couples. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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