They have two children, about five or six years old, twin boys.
“‘The law was introduced in order to promote social harmony,' commented one of the People’s Courts legislators.
'We need to ensure there are enough Chinese women available for marriage; otherwise there is a high probability of increased levels of rape and other violence.’” In April, the Deseret News reported that Chinese couples who obeyed the one-child policy are lashing out now that it has been abandoned and couples are being allowed a second child.
It was as if the universe decreed that there was a racial and cultural line that I was never meant to cross if I wanted to find love.
But a little over a month after settling into Zhengzhou, China, Yao came into my life, a Chinese version of James Dean dressed in a black leather jacket.
This isn't my normal focus, but I found this dispatch from the good people at China Smack amusing.
The post is replete with photos and ruminates on the growing phenomenon of Chinese men marrying African women, as Chinese presence in Africa continues to expand.
"Chinese families that obeyed the government's rule that limited them to having only one child or face penalties are pushing back since the rule has been relaxed.
They want the Chinese government to compensate them for what they gave up." They claim that the rule cheated them of the opportunity to have more children, said an NBC News report.
I’m a bit surprised at men’s openness to interracial dating.