Teresa Xu holds up cards one of which reads “My Womb, My Choice” before attending a court session in Beijing on Friday. Photo: AP Teresa Xu holds up cards one of which reads “My Womb, My Choice” before attending a court session in Beijing on Friday. Photo: AP
Teresa Xu holds up cards one of which reads “My Womb, My Choice” before attending a court session in Beijing on Friday. Photo: AP

Chinese court hears unmarried woman’s case to freeze her eggs

  • Teresa Xu is suing a Beijing hospital that refused her access to reproductive technology in 2019
  • Legal challenge comes as the number of newborns continues to fall

Topic |   China society
Teresa Xu holds up cards one of which reads “My Womb, My Choice” before attending a court session in Beijing on Friday. Photo: AP Teresa Xu holds up cards one of which reads “My Womb, My Choice” before attending a court session in Beijing on Friday. Photo: AP
Teresa Xu holds up cards one of which reads “My Womb, My Choice” before attending a court session in Beijing on Friday. Photo: AP
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