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Chinese population has reached 1,339,724,852 by Nov 1 2010.

Not including the population of Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan.

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Chinese population is 1,339,724,852 by Nov.1 2010

Low birth rate

China's population up 0.57% annual growth on average since 2000.

At least 34 million male Chinese won't have their wives.

Male Chinese is 51.27%, Female Chinese is 48.73% of the population.

Chinese families become smaller and smaller

On average, 3.1 people in a family, down from 3.44 people in a family.

Half of Chinese are living in cities.

China's urban population had risen to 0.67 billion, accounting for 49.68% of the total population, up from 36.22% of 2000.

Nearly 1 in 10 Chinese are university graduate now, up from more 1 in 30 Chinese of 2000.

The population of University graduate is about 8,930 in 0.1 million Chinese, up from 3,611 in 0.1 million Chinese of 2000. Literacy rate is 95.92%, up from 93.28% of 2000.

More than 2 in 10 Chinese are migrant people, up 81% from 10 years ago.

The population of migrant Chinese are about 0.26 billion, up 81.03% from 2000.
(Migrant Chinese refer to Chinese living an area different from Hukou loclated area.)

Less ethnic Han and and more other ethnic groups in China

The population of Han Chinese had dropped to 91.51%, down 0.08% from 2000.
The population of Mogolian, Ti-be-tan, Ug-u-r, Korean, ... Chinese had rosen to 8.49%, up 0.08% from 2000.

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The data were released by NBS of China this morning.

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Low birth rate

BEIJING, April 27 (Xinhua) -- China will stick to and improve its current family planning policy and maintain a low birth rate, President Hu Jintao has said.

Zhai Zhenwu, a professor at Renmin University, and Yu Xuejun, a research fellow at birth control commission are leading government advisors of birth control policy making.

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Low birth rate

Beijing, April 27 (Xinhua) -- China will stick to and improve its current family planning policy and maintain a low birth rate, President Hu Jin-tao has said.

Zhai Zhenwu, a professor at Renmin University, and Yu Xuejun, a research fellow at birth control commission are leading government advisors of birth control policy making.

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It is TRULY time for China to relax the one-child policy. It is science. Do not wait until too late.

The over-population is not because that the country is too small. It is because people all crowd to the few big cities.

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