It makes a man hard to find a wife. 4. Lack of Productive Workers The economy of China was growing rapidly in 1970s, in the early implimentation of one-child policy. It is because in that year’s China still has large number of working age population. However, nowadays the situation has changed.
China China is currently a highly developing nation, the technological advantages and novelties of the Chinese impact the whole globe. It population structure is similar to level 3 demographic transition, although the birth rate is decreasing due to the incentive of the government who had implied the one-child policy. The nation is strong and has a large workforce, even though the poverty in rural areas is still quite high the government is constantly fitting the issues with both poverty and overpopulation. The amount of youthful population doesn’t allow to observe a decline in population in China in 2016, although it is predicted that after 2030 the population of China will start to decline unless the one-child policy is cancelled. Even though the one-child policy has certain benefits thus solves the problem with overpopulation, on the other hand the cultural preferences of the nation is making it hard especially for women.
Analytical Essay These years, the situation of aging society is often mentioned in China as it has grown to a critical status. Ever since the People’s Republic of China was founded, China has been developing rapidly in every area. With the increasing health care coverage, national access to vaccination and improvement in living standards, the life expectancy is dramatically increasing, and the mortality at birth as well as the mortality at 5 years old are dropping, too. Moreover, with the world famous “One Child Policy”, the population growth of young people has been limited, which further promotes the proportion of older adults. As a result, China is an aging society at present.
Over the past 30 years China has risen from the rubble, it has undergone a social, economic, political and environmental change so quickly that it astonishes the rest of the world. In the blink of an eye, it has become the manufacturing capital of the world. China has proven that it is possible to have a communist-capitalist government system. Although the transformation China has undergone is unbelievable, the country has also run into many problems along the way like overpopulation, environmental issues causing the economic growth is starting to slow down. China has had the largest ongoing migration in history, currently the government is planning to move 250 million people from farms to urban cities (New York Times).
If there are excessively large amounts of offspring, the parents’ limited energy and the potential lack of food will lead to the early deaths of most of the offspring. As a result, that is why hunger and other factors that lead to deaths are the reasons for the impossibility of endless growth and development. If the species can adjust its birth rate, there will be fewer cases of hunger and deaths. It makes more sense if one knows the birth control policy in China in the past. At the early stages of the country, people tend to bear as many children as they can; yet the following hunger becomes a huge burden to most of the families, especially those in poorer areas.
The reason of high birth rate because high fertility has remained for many years, and each woman had a Total Fertility Rate of around six children. On the other hand, there are two reasons for China’s low death rate from 1949. First, many Chinese people were killed in civil wars and during World War II before 1949. Second, China rapidly modernized, and its citizens became healthier, causing their life expectancy to dramatically
Introduction: China has a rich and old history of being the world's leading civilization, outpacing the rest of the world in the arts and sciences. In recent years China has faced incapacitating issues that entered the stage in the 19th and early 20th centuries. During this period of time the country was beset by civil unrest, major famines, military defeats, and foreign occupation. After the end of World War II, the communists under MAO Zedong established an autocratic socialist system that, while ensuring China's sovereignty, imposed strict controls over everyday life and cost the lives of tens of millions of people. After 1978 China's government focused on market-oriented economic development and by 2000 output had quadrupled.
1. Introduction In 2015, China's economic growth rate slowed down, but the per capita disposable income of the whole country increased by 7.4% in real terms, and the GDP grew by 6.9% in the same period. At the same time, in the distribution of income aspect, there are still many problems and challenges, which is mainly shown on the proportion of household income in the national income distribution, big income gap between industries and income gap is even larger between different group of workers. The Report on China's population and labour (2016) notes that China's gender wage gap is widening. According to the Survey on the status of women in China, the average female wage in China's urban employment in 1990 was about 77.5 percent of male wages,
China suffered from mounting overpopulation, which ignited peasant rebellions across the country during the nineteenth-century. Population growth was static during the first half of the 17th century due to civil wars and epidemics that occurred during the time period. Author of Alphahistory states, “In the 1800s, the high living standards of the previous century had contributed to the sharp increase in China’s population: it exceeded 300 million in 1750 but just a century later it rose to 400 million.” (QUOTE) Additionally, as the Europeans introduced foreign crops to China, the Chinese openly accepted them because of the benefit it had on the Chinese food supply. Due to foreign trade of a large number of crops, all available farmland was used up, forcing peasants to cram up in small spaces of land and more intensely worked plots. Emperor Qianlong made the statement, “The population continues to grow, but the land does not.” The only cultivatable land in the empire during the time was in Manchuria; however, because provinces of Jilin and Heilongjiang had been walled off, where only the Manchu, Mongols and Chinese banner men were allowed, the Han Chinese civilians were prohibited from entering.
Although the population in India is extremely large and still growing, no government has been able to formulate a population control method to decrease the population growth enough to meet their goals. Their population growth now is 1.6 percent a year, with a high of 2.3 percent in the 1970 's. The population increase was slowed in the 70 's because of aggressive Sterilization policies that mainly targeted men, but at the same time as lowering population growth, it created a negative view on family control ever since. It is estimated that India will be worlds most populated country with over 2 billion people this decade unless population control is drastically improved. With a population of nearly 1.25 billion today that would be a massive growth which is not good for a developing country.