Forced Abortion Prevalent In Authoritarian Southwest China

By: Rose A. Valenta - Published: May 8, 2007 • References: breakpoint.org
In a National Public Radio (NPR) interview, Wei Linrong, of Guangxi, China, discussed how her second pregnancy was forcibly terminated under Southwest China's “one-child policy.” Wei is among dozens of other similar victims uncovered by NPR investigators in China.

This appalling situation violates human rights and is being covered up by the Chinese government. It is also the topic of James Mann's new book, “The China Fantasy.” Apparently, the Chinese people have more choices in coffee brands and flavors, than real life situations. Stats for Forced Abortion Prevalent in Authoritarian Southwest China Trending: Older & Chilly
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