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A notice shocked the world and brought out the insiders of Shandong’s “Hundred Days of No Children” movement. More insider information | Family planning | One child |

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A notice shocked the world and brought out the insiders of Shandong’s “Hundred Days of No Children” movement. More insider information | Family planning | One child |

[Voice of Hope, July 6, 2022](Reported by our reporter Fei Zhen/Yang Zheng)The news that Quanzhou County in Guilin, Guangxi Province took the super-born child away for a unified “social adjustment” set off public opinion. On the 6th, Ms. Tang, the mother of the child who was taken away, said through the media that she wanted to find the child and meet.

Ms. Tang told Lu Media Red Star News that she wanted her children to know that they have brothers and sisters and biological parents. “For the past 30 years, I have never given up, I have been looking for children.”

Ms. Tang said that there was no mobile phone or camera back then, and there was no condition to take pictures of the child. She probably remembered that there was a red mark on the child’s ankle.

What detonated the tsunami of public opinion was a “Notice of Inadmissibility of Letters and Visits” issued by the Quanzhou County Health and Health Bureau. The notice stated, “It has been verified that your superborn child (the seventh child) was taken away by the whole county for social adjustment, and there was no child abduction. In order to facilitate and promote the development of family planning work in the county, the There is no record of the whereabouts of the super-born children who have been socially adjusted throughout the county. Therefore, our bureau will not accept your petition.”

Netizens exclaimed that children are not objects, yet they can be “socially adjusted”, and they all denounced for breaking the bottom line of human morality.

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Under the pressure of public opinion, Guilin City issued a notice later on the 5th that it would suspend the investigation of the director and deputy director of the Quanzhou County Health and Health Bureau who “ignored the demands of the masses” and “administrative inaction”.

The Guilin Municipal Government Information Office said the Quanzhou County Health Bureau had “improperly handled petitions” and said it would send a joint working group composed of relevant departments to Quanzhou County to investigate.

In fact, similar cases are not unique in the local area. In 2014, China Youth Daily published “The Life that Was “Adjusted” for 23 Years” and “Shaw’s “Abandoned Children” published by Caixin Magazine in 2011 respectively exposed Dazhou, Sichuan. The incident of forcibly taking away the superborn baby in Shaoyang, Hunan.

Since the late 1970s, the CCP has implemented the “one-child” policy, which has long allowed ordinary families to have only one child. In the process of execution, countless tragic human tragedies have been created. One of the most sensational is the “Hundred Days No Children” campaign in Guanxian County, Shandong Province in 1991. Zeng Zhaoqi, then the county party secretary, demanded that from May 1 to August 10, to ensure that no child was born in the county. During these 100 days, all pregnant women, regardless of the number of births, will be arrested for miscarriage and induced labor.

Akio Yaita, director of the Taipei branch of Japan’s Sankei Shimbun, who has worked in China for many years, told this station that he had written many articles to report on the matter. He said: “At that time, the central government put a lot of pressure on them. All the local officials wanted to be promoted, and the fertility rate was suppressed. It was a good opportunity for them to be promoted. .

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With the negative consequences of the “one-child” policy leading to a lower birth rate and an increasingly aging population, the CCP has loosened its fertility policy in recent years, and announced a “three-child” policy in May 2021 to encourage fertility.

Akio Yaita said: “They really just need to slap their foreheads and think of a policy, but after a few years they feel that it is not right, and then revise it again, but they say that the whole nation will accompany them to take their own happiness and their whole life. This is actually a phenomenon that often occurs in a dictatorship.”

Responsible editor: Lin Li

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