In interviews he has also highlighted the problem in the government’s decades-long experiment: the one-child policy.According to Wu, for over three decades, such nation-wide population control, the restriction of only allowing one child in a family, has led to cosseting and too much intervention by the family into the child’s adult life, including around marriage, career, and other major life choices.
has been slammed by critics both within and beyond China as a revival of outdated arranged marriages.
In 1994, after returning to China at the age of 26, Jin once again joined the establishment: she was hired by the Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China.
So far, it might seem that she had chosen a life of mainstream success in the People’s Republic.
What adds more flavour to this apparently fairytale story, is how open and confident Jin appears to be about her past and the nature of her parenthood, sexuality, gender, and family.
As she once told CNN, when her oldest son asked her “Who is this boy?