One Child Nation
In 1979 China introduced the policy of "one family — one child". In 1982, she was enshrined in the Constitution, and in 2015 was canceled. The story of how to carry out this policy, as sterilized women, the family threw newborn girls. As the practice of giving infants from orphanages to international adoption has created a system of trafficking in children, and how for several decades has changed the mentality of the Chinese.
- Country: US
- Language: English | Mandarin
- Revenue: Cumulative Worldwide $271,841