Children learn about proper sleeping position at a kindergarten on World Sleep Day, March 19, 2021, in Ji’an, China’s Jiangxi Province. Photo: VCG via Getty Images
Children learn about proper sleeping position at a kindergarten on World Sleep Day, March 19, 2021, in Ji’an, China’s Jiangxi Province. Photo: VCG via Getty Images
Zhou Xin
Opinion

Opinion

Zhou Xin

Missing kindergarten data a sign that the fallout from China’s one-child policy has only just begun

  • As the number of births continues to plunge in China, it’s not hard to imagine that many kindergartens will struggle to find enough kids
  • China enrolled about 10 million young people in colleges and universities last year, a number on par with the number of births in the country

Children learn about proper sleeping position at a kindergarten on World Sleep Day, March 19, 2021, in Ji’an, China’s Jiangxi Province. Photo: VCG via Getty Images
Children learn about proper sleeping position at a kindergarten on World Sleep Day, March 19, 2021, in Ji’an, China’s Jiangxi Province. Photo: VCG via Getty Images
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