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Population and health policy in the People"s Republic of China

Pi-chao Chen

Population and health policy in the People"s Republic of China

by Pi-chao Chen

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Published by Interdisciplinary Communications Program in Washington .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Results of work carried out as part of the International Program for Population Analysis under the Interdisciplinary Communications Program of the Smithsonian Institution.

Statementinvestigator : Pi-chao Chen.
SeriesAn ICP work agreement report, Occasional monograph series -- no.9, Occasional monograph series (Interdisciplinary Communications Program) -- no.9.
ContributionsInterdisciplinary Communications Program.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20365692M

The following translation was retrieved from the Fujian Provincial People's Government Web site on Janu The Chinese text was retrieved on Decem , from the website of the Gaoxin District Branch of the Baoding Municipal Public Security Bureau in Hebei Province.. Criminal Law of the People's Republic of China.   Open Source Center Media Guide. Office of the Director of National Intelligence; 28 pages; For Official Use Only; Ma ; Sweeping social and economic changes triggered by more than two decades of reform in China have led to equally sweeping changes in China’s vast, state-controlled media environment, particularly in the quantity and diversity of media .

Opinion: Anniversary of the People's Republic of China is a dark day. In a just world, Trump would send his sympathies to the Chinese, who have endured inconceivable sufferings under the .   In the s the Chinese government had issued three policies to reduce the birth rate: POPULATION POLICY 9. In the authorities tightened their control and limited households to only one child. The goal of this policy was to limit China’s population to billion by the year POPULATION POLICY – THE ONE CHILD POLICY

Qingyue M, Hongwei Y, Wen C, Qiang S, Xiaoyun L. People's Republic of China Health System Review. Manila: World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Western Pacific, The People’s Republic of China has made great achievements in improving health status over the past six decades, mainly due to the government’s commitment to. * FOREWORD REVIEWS (5 hearts / picked as one of the year’s best environmental books): “The rapid industrialization of the world’s most populous nation has far-reaching effects for the world’s environment and economy, and in The People’s Republic of Chemicals, journalists William J. Kelly and Chip Jacobs detail how extreme China’s pollution problem has become thoroughly.


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Population and health policy in the People's Republic of China. Washington: Interdisciplinary Communications Program, Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Pi-chao Chen.

Post History - An emphasis on public health and preventive treatment characterized health policy from the beginning of the s. At that time the party began to mobilize the population to engage in mass "patriotic health campaigns" aimed at improving the low level of environmental sanitation and hygiene and attacking certain diseases.

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EVOLUTION OF CHINA's POPULATION POLICY. Following the foundation of the PRC inthe Chinese government's policy and propaganda encouraged families to have several children (White, ).The first census results, issued on November 1 st,showed that the population had increased very this phase, both The Instructions on the Issue of Cited by: Abstract-This paper provides a factual assessment of China’s population aging and its social and economic consequences.

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