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Probably no country in the world pays so much attention to its descendants as China does The old saying More children equal to more happiness has been hold as a strong belief for thousands of years It is well known that the large population was one of biggest burden of China s further development Therefore the Chinese government carried out the family planning policy in the late 70s using this coercive means in order to control the population growth But a unique phenomenon is that as the millenium drawing near Chinese attitudes toward family planning policy is changing from passive to initiative In those developed areas the birthrate is dropping especially that coastal area the population is undergoing a negative growth Many young couples are willing to have only one child Even the western pattern of Dinky Dual Income No Kids Yet has appeared here Why the birthrate is dropping here Is it the extreme result of family planning A long-term statistics from 1970 to 1995 shows that as time pass by the policy s role in the population change is decreasing In China the dropping of birthrate is just a problem of time We may have many speculations about the problem Comparing to the death rate the dropping of the birthrate is a comprehensive result of economical political social cultural factors But in my point of view the main reason for this phenomenon is that people s perception of time is changing In this paper through a brief analysis of this phenomenon I ll try to illustrate some change in modern China and make out some challenges and opportunitiesPart 1 Motives1More time wanted for self training Traditional Chinese couples would choose to have a baby shortly after they got married mainly because there was little space for them to seek further development Even if a young man worked hard in his office diligently for eight hours per days
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