Hundreds Charged with Child-Selling

Last month upwards of 600 people were arrested in China in suspicion relating to the act of selling children. Throughout the year of 2011, much more light was being shed on the issue of trafficking children which brought to light more news reports about children who were being abducted and then sold. Due to the country’s one-child policy and the culture’s preference for boys to carry on the family line, the issue of selling children comes in a different form as well, with parents willing to sell their girls so that they can keep trying for a boy. 

To read more on this article, please click on the link below:

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/08/world/asia/china-hundreds-arrested-on-child-selling-charges.html?_r=1&ref=humantrafficking

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