Episode 111 | China’s Population Crisis
Episode Synopsis:

With all the recent news and revelations about China, we decided to discuss China’s population crisis and its push for dominance despite the data showing that their population bust is happening much faster than anyone anticipated. We reveal what this means for China’s economic state and how it has impacted their laws limiting the number of children families are allowed to have. Plus, we discuss the shocking loss in Kansas and a New York Times article that claims that, “the line between abortion and pregnancy loss has always been blurry.”

Episode Duration: 27 min

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In This Episode We Discuss:
  1. Greetings (00:23)
  2. The shocking loss in Kansas (00:34)
  3. Why we are talking about China? (02:31)
  4. China’s One Child Policy and its impact (03:18)
  5. Population decline and economics (05:33)
  6. Why is the United States different? (11:00)
  7. China’s gender imbalance (13:45)
  8. China’s push for dominance (14:57)
  9. New York Times Article: Why Do We Talk About Miscarriage Differently From Abortion? (18:04)
  10. Final Thoughts (24:48)

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