Views of the China #1
The one-child policy (simplified Chinese: 计划生育政策; literally “policy of birth planning”) is the one-child limitation in the population control policy of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The Chinese government refers to it under the official translation of family planning policy.It officially restricts married, urban couples to having only one child, while allowing exemptions for several cases, including rural couples, ethnic minorities, and parents without any siblings themselves.
Fenghuang has an exceptionally well-preserved ancient town that harbors unique ethnic languages, customs, arts as well as many distinctive architectural remains of Ming and Qing styles. The town is placed in a mountain setting, incorporating the natural flow of water into city layout.
Over half of the city’s population belong to the Hmong/Miao or TuJia minorities. The ancient town of Fenghuang was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List on March 28, 2008 in the Cultural category.