I Am Alone..

The one-child policy pinyin, officially translated as "family planning policy"is the population control policy of the People's Republic of China (PRC). It restricts urban couples to only one child, while allowing additional children in several cases, including twins, rural couples, ethnic minorities, and couples who are both only children themselves.In 2007, according to a spokesperson of the Committee on the One-Child Policy, approximately 35.9% of China's population was subject to a one-child restriction.The Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau are completely exempt from the policy. Also exempt from this law are foreigners living in China.

This policy was introduced in 1978 and initially applied from 1979. It was created by the Chinese government to alleviate social, economic, and environmental problems in China,and authorities claim that the policy has prevented more than 250 million births between 1980 and 2000,and 400 million births from about 1979 to 2011;this claim is disputed by two independent scholars, who put the number of prevented births from 1979 to 2009 at 100 million.The policy is controversial both within and outside China because of the manner in which the policy has been implemented, and because of concerns about negative social consequences.The policy has been implicated in an increase in forced abortions,female infanticide, and underreportin of female births, and has been suggested as a possible cause behind China's gender imbalance. Nonetheless, a 2008 survey undertaken by the Pew Research Center reported that 76% of the Chinese population supports the policy.

The policy is enforced at the provincial level through fines that are imposed based on the income of the family and other factors. Population and Family Planning Commissions exist at every level of government to raise awareness about the issue and carry out registration and inspection work. Despite this policy, there are still many citizens that continue to have more than one child.

In 2008, China's National Population and Family Planning Commission said that the policy will remain in place for at least another decade.In 2010, it was announced that the majority of the citizens initially subject to the policy are no longer of reproductive age and it has been speculated that many citizens simply disregard or violate the policy in more recent years. The deputy director of the Commission stated that the policy would remain unaltered until at least 2015. In March 2011, the Chinese government reviewed the policy and expressed considerations to allow for couples to have a second child


I AM A Second child..I Am illigeal..My parents wont let me leave the house. i havent stepped outside in over 7 years. I Am Not allowed. I Only know how to read Or write Because my older brother, who can leave the house, go to school, shop.....Yeah anyway he taught me as he grew up.Im alive,and ive seen enough to be Curious about the sun. I Dont want to die here. I Often wonder what it would be like to have a Face to face encounter with a friend.I only talk to people over the internet, Trying to meet others like me- Second, Even third childern.
ShadowChild ShadowChild
13-15
1 Response Jan 14, 2013

u wrote very well and is quite an eye opener.there must be a way u can move out of china.wat r the consequences if they find out about u?

Death.