Vietnamese women living in China do not plan to oblige the government, which wants families to have three children, saying having more than one is unaffordable. -
Living in Beijing, Doan Thi Quynh spends around 6,000 yuan ($938) a month for her son’s school tuitions.
Last year it estimated the population would peak in 2027, but demographers believe China's population will start declining even earlier.
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