POPULATION

POPULATION

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  1. China began to phase out its one-child policy in 2015 in response to concerns about an ageing

    Commentary: China’s one-child policy has left a million Chinese without support

    From 1980 to 2015, the Chinese government limited couples to having just one child but many have since lost their only child – to illness, ...
  2. China confronts challenges of an ageing population | Video
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    China confronts challenges of an ageing population | Video

    Statistics from a recent population census revealed that besides a falling birth rate, China's society is also ageing rapidly. Olivia Siong ...
  3. A customer tries Alipay's facial recognition payment solution "Smile to Pay" at KFC&

    Commentary: China's population decline less of a problem as it embraces automation

    China's census showing its population has stopped growing might be a positive development when it could lead to lower costs and a stronger push ...
  4. Nearly 100,000 people in Singapore face difficulties with basic activities: Population census | Video
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    03:14minutes

    Nearly 100,000 people in Singapore face difficulties with basic activities: Population census | Video

    Nearly 100,000 people in Singapore had difficulties with basic activities like walking or dressing themselves last year. About 7 in 10 of them ...
  5. Fewer residents driving to work; downtown core the top workplace destination: Population census | Video
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    Fewer residents driving to work; downtown core the top workplace destination: Population census | Video

    Fewer residents have been driving to work over the past decade and more have been turning to public transport instead, while the downtown core was ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: An Iberian lynx runs after being released in Villafranca de Cordoba

    Back from the brink: Iberian lynx population rises to over 1,000

    The Iberian lynx population in Portugal and Spain rose above 1,000 last year after 414 cubs were born under a joint breeding programme, in a major ...