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Hong Kong to promote three child per couple policy (06 Mar 2005)

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<p>Chief Secretary Donald Tsang recently advised couples to have at least three children, to lift the fertility rates and to tackle the problem of an aging population. How realistic is it to expect Hong Kong women to have so many children? And did the government make a mistake a few years ago in keeping out large numbers of mainland children? Discuss these issues with Frederick Ho (commissioner of Census and Statistics), Susan Fan (executive director of the Family Planning Association of Hong Kong) and Hon-Chu Leung (assistant professor of Sociology at Baptist of Hong Kong)</p>

Program: 
Newsline
Publish Date: 
Sunday, March 6, 2005
Station: 
ATV
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