China decided to repeal its one-child policy this week. The law was introduced in 1980 as a family planning measure, and since then, the Chinese population has had mixed feelings. Some families decide to have more children and pay steep fees to the government, and others think it's the best way to control a rapidly growing population.
But now, China is in a population crisis. Men far out-number women, and the population is aging rapidly and regenerating slowly.
Sameera Jordan and Brianna Feldott spoke with Chinese students and journalists in L.A. to see how they felt about the end of the policy.
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