Models for the children’s wear fashion show stand outside the venue during the China Fashion Week in Beijing on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015. China’s ruling Communist Party announced Thursday that the country will start allowing all couples to have two children, abolishing an unpopular policy that limited many urban couples to only one child for more than three decades.
Models for the children’s wear fashion show stand outside the venue during the China Fashion Week in Beijing on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015. China’s ruling Communist Party announced Thursday that the country will start allowing all couples to have two children, abolishing an unpopular policy that limited many urban couples to only one child for more than three decades. Andy Wong AP
Models for the children’s wear fashion show stand outside the venue during the China Fashion Week in Beijing on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015. China’s ruling Communist Party announced Thursday that the country will start allowing all couples to have two children, abolishing an unpopular policy that limited many urban couples to only one child for more than three decades. Andy Wong AP

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