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19:26 pm - Sunday, April 13, 2014

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One month ago, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 ...

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12:08 pm - Saturday, March 8, 2014

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BOSTON, MA -- As International Women’s Day approaches on Saturday March 8th, Chai Ling and All Girls Allowed urge global focus on China’s One-Child Policy and a swift end to the 35-year-old family planning law. International Women’s Day is defined as a time to ...

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20:48 pm - Monday, February 17, 2014

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ANHUI, China -- As the 2-week-long Lunar New Year celebration comes to an end, citizens across China are resuming their usual routines. Yet, the same cannot be said for Li Changxia, whose life has taken a tragic turn after the recent death of her 9-year-old “left-behind” son, Xiao Chuang. Xiao Chuang committed suicide on Jan. 20 upon knowing that he would be spending yet another New Year alone.

 

Loneliness had always...

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23:15 pm - Sunday, January 19, 2014

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SHAANXI, China -- A Chinese doctor was sentenced to death on January 14 for selling seven newborns to child traffickers. The death sentence came with a reprieve, which reduces the punishment to life imprisonment if the convicted person does not commit further crimes during a two-year grace period.

 

Zhang Shuxia, an obstetrician in China’s Shaanxi Province, deceived parents into believing that their...

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13:18 pm - Thursday, December 19, 2013

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HANDAN, Hebei, China -- 45-year-old farmer Ai Guangdong ended his life on December 4th to pay for China’s One-Child Policy fines.

 

Ai, father of five, made around 5,000 yuan ($823) a year mainly by growing corn. When Ai had his second daughter in 2003, family planning authorities charged him 7,000 yuan ($1,153) for violating the One-Child Policy, a sum he was unable to afford. After his third child was born,...

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12:13 pm - Friday, November 15, 2013
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One-Child Policy Must Be Abolished, Not Merely Tweaked

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BEIJING, China – The Chinese government announced this week at its Third Plenum that it will “fine-tune” its One-Child Policy, a coercive birth planning policy that has been in place for over 33 years.  The changes will allow couples to have two children if one of the parents is an only child.  All Girls Allowed welcomes the news of the policy’s relaxation, but expresses disappointment that the Chinese government has not gone the logical and compassionate...

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17:01 pm - Tuesday, November 5, 2013
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BEIJING, China -- Earlier this year, a number of news outlets reported that China may relax its One-Child Policy by allowing couples to have two children when one parent is an only child. There were also widespread speculations about a possible Two-Child Policy for all Chinese familes after 2015. However, recent statements from the Ministry of Health and Family Planning seem to indicate China's reluctance to change...

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11:07 am - Wednesday, October 23, 2013

GENEVA, Switzerland -- In the United Nations Human Rights Council's recently released quadrennial human rights report on China, the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities called for an end to forced abortions and sterilizations against women with disabilities.  The text reads as follows:

 

H.53. CRPD called upon China to revise its laws and policies in order to prohibit compulsory sterilization and forced abortion on women with disabilities. China replied that forced sterilization and abortion were explicitly prohibited under Chinese law.
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9:43 am - Friday, October 4, 2013
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WEIFANG, Shandong -- Liu Xinwen and her husband Zhou Guoqiang were sleeping soundly in their home at 4am last Friday when Family Planning Officials kicked down their door, dragged Liu to the People's Hospital of Fangzi District, and forcibly aborted her six-month-old child.  Sky News, a UK-based global news outlet, reported the story with an in-depth TV interview with the couple, as well as a visit to the hospital where the forced abortion took place.

 

While showing the Family Planning Official's footprint on their front...

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13:17 pm - Monday, September 23, 2013

BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Wednesday, September 25th, marks the 33rd anniversary of China's One-Child Policy, a policy that has taken the lives of countless individuals and torn apart the fabric of Chinese society.  All Girls Allowed is calling on followers of Jesus all around the world to commit this day to the Lord through prayer and fasting, asking him to swiftly bring an end to the twin evils of gendercide and coercive family planning.

 

Under the One-Child Policy, nearly two-thirds of Chinese couples (more than 900 million people) are allowed to have only one child, provided that they have already been legally married.  The toll on life has been...