(Daily Mail) The design of China's new zodiac stamps for the year of the pig has sparked speculation that Beijing might end its two-child policy next year.
The stamps, which come in a set of two, have two different illustrations featuring pigs. One of them shows a family of five pigs: a boar, a sow and three piglets.
At present, each couple in China is allowed to have a maximum of two children. Therefore, critics and the Chinese public suspect that the three-piglet family could be sending a signal of a change in the country's mandatory family-planning policy.
The zodiac stamps for the year of the pig (pictured) were unveiled by China Post on Monday