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The documentary “One Child Nation” examines a Chinese policy that forbade families from having more than one child.
Born in rural Jiangxi in 1985, Wang grew up the older sister in a two-child family — a rarity permitted in rural areas under certain circumstances.
Also remarkably candid is a trafficker who says he helped send some 10,000 babies to orphanages to supply a foreign adoption market that absorbed at least 130,000 Chinese children.
“One Child Nation” covers a lot of a territory, and many of its topics need to be covered in more depth.
“One Child Nation” includes old and new examples of family-planning propaganda: they are essentially the same — except that a two-child family is now deemed as ideal as a one-child one was, before 2015.