Update (April 9): Reuters reports that two top Chinese political officials are lobbying the government on its one-child policy–with two very different aims, "exposing divisions that have impeded progress in a crucial area of reform."
Update (Mar. 12): Following the meeting of the National People's Congress in Beijing, All Girls Allowed has reported that the Chinese government will maintain its one-child policy in spite of calls for change.
"China will not change its basic state policy on family planning, Wang Feng, deputy head of the State Commission Office for Public Sector Reform, told a press conference in response to a question regarding the possibility of a change in the policy," Chinese newspaper Xinhua confirms.
A think tank sponsored by the Chinese government has recommended Beijing phase out ...1