• Statistics
  • Reports
  • China Sees About 13Mil Abortions Every YearAbout 13 million Chinese women undergo abortions caused by unplanned pregnancies every year, according to the latest statistics released by China's National Population and Family Planning Commission.Date:2012-10-08
  • China Sees Improvement in Health LevelsChina has seen great improvements in Chinese people’s health and maternal mortality rates in the past ten years, said Minister of Health Chen Zhu, at a press conference in Beijing on September 17, 2012.Date:2012-09-21
  • China Records Highest Number of Overseas StudentsAccording to the Report on the Development of China's Overseas Students issued by the Social Sciences Academy Press on September 17, 2012.Date:2012-09-21
  • 900,000 Chinese Babies Born Annually with Birth DefectsAccording to a report on the prevention and treatment of newborn birth defects released by the Ministry of Health on September 13, 2012, about 5.6 percent of newborns in China are born with birth defects, affecting approximately 900,000 infants born each year with 250,000 of them having physically visible defects.Date:2012-09-19
  • Report: Over 40% of Women Have Low Sexual SatisfactionIn conjunction with the upcoming World Contraception Day which falls on September 26, 2012, the China Population Communication Center (CPCC) recently released a report on an online survey.Date:2012-09-19
  • Over 40% HK Singles Choose Property over MarriageAccording to the results of a survey by Hong Kong commercial website ESDlife, over 40 percent of the single people in the city picked purchasing property as their highest goal in life, over marriage and parenthood.Date:2012-09-19
  • Survey: Chinese Society Disparages Overly-qualified WomenA recent survey on 2,708 Chinese female college teachers under the age of 40 shows that 72.1 percent of them feel hindered by their advanced qualifications in their search for a partner, and that 20 percent think they are disparaged by society.Date:2012-09-18
  • 66% of Chinese 5-Year-Olds Have Tooth CavitiesAbout 66 percent of Chinese 5-year-olds and 29 percent of 12-year-olds have decayed teeth, said an official from the Ministry of Health at a press conference on September 11, 2012, in Beijing.Date:2012-09-18
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