Chinese photographer Fan Shi Shan from Shanghai has started a creative project ‘Two of Us’ in 2009. It involves a series of cloned pictures of Chinese people who grew up as the only children due to China’s one-child policy. These photo look kind of lonely and sad, the visionary has delivered a message that most of the modern Chinese has no cousins, no siblings. China is controlling its population, but it faces the looming problem of a rapidly ageing society with not enough young carers …
The one-child policy is the one-child limitation in the population control policy of China. It officially restricts married, urban or rural couples to have only one child. This policy was introduced in 1978 and initially applied to first-born children in 1979. It was created by the Chinese government to alleviate social, economic, and environmental problems in China. The policy is enforced at provincial level through fines and other punishments, leaving a result of over 100 million only child in China. Hong Kong and Macau are completely exempt from the policy. Also exempt from this law are foreigners living in China.
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