China’s Unknown Social Crisis

China’s aging population is an issue thats roots precede even the 21st century, including the One-Child Policy, economic infeasibility, and societal mentality. While China is still amongst the fastest developing economies in the world, it’s aging society poses a dire threat to its future, and will inevitably have far-reaching impacts. Declining fertility rates will possibly increase immigration, and the structure of family and Chinese society will  indubitably change unless the issue is publicly addressed.
The documentary above hopes to inform it’s viewers on the severity of this situation, and strives to insinuate the need to derive a plausible solution immediately.

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