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Chen Guangcheng’s Proof of Chinese Forced Abortions and Infants Dying Rooms – Reports and Video

I saw forced abortions and dying rooms in 1980s documentaries and while in medical classes. The BBC aired two such documentaries, much updated in 1995 and 1996 from American information.  My colleagues saw these things in the 1990s and 2000s. Missionaries saw them in 2010 – and now a Chinese expat tells us more to add to the story.

Forced abortions are real in parts of China, as they have been since 1978. The dying rooms may have an even longer history. Still, with 35,000 abortions every day in China and untold numbers of “dyings” of female infants, overpopulation is not being impacted. many more people will die of starvation and illness.

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