Parenting In China
Tue June 25, 2013
China's One Child Policy: Couples Struggle To Find The Loopholes
In China, couples can't have more than one child. But when grandparents pressure them to have more kids, or to have a boy, sometimes enterprising couples will bend the rules. And by "bend," we mean weave a complex web of subterfuge involving temporary divorce, pretend marriages and hired surrogate dads.
Full list of stories on KUOW Presents, June 25:
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- Camp Stories: When An Indigenous Canadian Is Asked To Teach A Dream Catcher Workshop
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- China's One Child Policy: Couples struggle to find the loopholes
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- A Conversation with Wash. State Log Cabin Republicans and Sam Reed
- Writer's Almanac
- Why A Spike in King County's Homeless Refugees Is Tough To Measure
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