China’s happy piglet stamps trigger family planning policy posts


BEIJING (Reuters) – A new “pig family” postal stamp has stoked debate about whether China may further loosen its family planning policy next year as couples delay parenthood and the world’s most populous nation greys.

Designer Han Meilin (R) poses for pictures as he presents his design manuscript for a Year of the Pig stamp that shows a five-member pig family to Liu Aili, president of China Post, at a ceremony in Beijing, China August 6, 2018. Du Yang/CNS via REUTERS

China Post, on its official website on Monday, unveiled the design of a stamp due for release in 2019 – the Year of…



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