These Two Charts Show China's Huge Demographics Problem, And Why It Had To Loosen Its One-Child Policy
Big news out of China today: The country is loosening its infamous "one-child" policy. It's not eliminating the policy completely. Just creating more loopholes. Why is China doing this? In part because
This policy has had a disturbing affect in China in the form of skewed demographics. It's well known that China's population is aging rapidly, causing the workforce to shrink. And without siblings, children
Maui has received a fair amount of bad press this year. After an unprecedented spike in shark attacks this year, including one which led to the death of 20-year-old German tourist Jana Lutteropp, the Isle
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