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China's Population Implosion



50% of China's population is over 40.Women make up 48% of China's total population, there are 35 million more males than females in China. China has approximately 640 million women half of which are over 40 which leaves 320 million women. Of the 450 million rural laborers in China , 320 million, or 71 percent, are engaged in agricultural production, of whom, 210 million are women. China has added details to its plans to migrate millions of its citizens from the countryside into cities, state media reported Saturday, to help restructure the economy by boosting consumer demand while hoping increased birth rates would also result. Today, infertility affects 18 percent of couples in China, compared with a global average of around 15 percent. Researchers cite several factors, including the fact that Chinese couples often wait until later to have children and the common use of abortions, which experts have said could affect fertility.


Among couples of reproductive age in China, the prevalence of infertility was 25%. Almost half of the couples experiencing infertility have not sought medical help. The prevalence of infertility in China has increased at a faster-than-expected rate in the past decade, dealing yet another blow to a nation China’s total fertility rate, at an estimated 1.08 children per woman in 2023 down from 1.5 in 2018, is similar to Canada’s but below those of the United States and UK. This rate is almost half the 2.1 rate needed to keep the population. All these factors couples with the fact that by 2060 half of China's population will be retired or have passed on signals a need for a change that supports a rise in fertility.


This rise of interracial matrimony with deeply melanated people such as Africans is said to be a plausible solution to the overpopulation of males in China and it seems African women are the women of choice. China’s investment in the African rebuilding of infrastructure industries continues to have its ups and downs. Stories of deforestation, unemployment, child labor, and businesses denying Africans fair wages or refusing to hire African men at all have consumed most of the world’s attention. Another story that has become a growing point of concern is Chinese temporary workers in Africa fathering Afro-Chinese babies.


This is reminiscent to how the colonizer would father children with divided loyalties to two cultures in order to set up a caste system to aid in a cultural takeover. A cultural invasion would begin with a law force made up of foreign officers and a requirement that all children learn the foreigners language and history in order for business and profit to be shared. Reportedly, Chinese workers, who are temporary migrants, are increasingly fathering unwanted children with young African women and girls who do not have the resources to take care of the children and then the fathers abandon them and return to China keeping their relationships and children a secret from their often racist peers. In 2020, the top 5 countries with Chinese workers were Algeria, Nigeria, Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola. These 5 countries accounted for 46% of all Chinese workers in Africa at the end of 2020; Algeria alone accounts for 17%.


But if interracial marriage because of intolerance is not the answer for China’s low birth could it be the environment? “A paper looking at 18,000 couples in China found that those living with moderately higher levels of small-particle pollution had a 20 percent greater risk of infertility. Also, with 30% of infertility unexplained, pollution could be an 'un-ignorable' risk factor, scientists say .Previous research has already linked global warming and extreme weather events due to climate change — such as drought, flood, hurricanes and wildfires — with multiple chronic complications like cardiovascular and and decreased fertility. We can already observe climate-related effects on reproductive health and we are only at the beginning of the anticipated declines associated with continued global warming and increased frequency of extreme events. Asian skin has an increased amount of melanin (or dark brown pigment) as well as the melanin-producing cells known as melanocytes. Asians in general have more melanin and more numerous melanocytes in the skin compared to Caucasian skin. Even fair-skinned Asians have more melanocytes than most Caucasians.


Melanin is generally considered to be the perfect protection against UV-induced photodamage which can harm DNA and also cause photolysis, a depletion of folate which causes difficulty in taking a fetus to term and decreased fertility in females. Scientists have identified a couple of genes that play a role in the skin tone, one of which is melanocortin receptor 1 (MC1R). When MC1R works well, the melanocyte cells (found in the epidermical layer of the skin) transforms pheomelanin into eumelanin, but if MC1R works sluggishly, pheomelanin will be accumulated. In the majority of people with light or pale skin, such as Caucasians, MC1R performs slowly, which is why they have more pheomelanin, resulting in lighter skin.Sunlight can be damaging due to the UV radiation it contains. UV radiation can destroy folic acid or cause DNA mutation in some skin cells. Sometimes this mutation can even cause skin cancer. This is where dark skin has its advantages. When Asians brighten their skin with harsh chemicals they remove their protection and thus statistically those brightened skin bleaching Asians have the same lower fertility rates as caucasians!.Further, the literature documented that skin bleaching products currently contain toxic concentrations of chemicals such as mercury and hydroquinone which are known to cause damage to the body at cellular level (e.g. trophic diseases, DNA mutations) and injury to other internal organs including those responsible for reproduction. In Short people who use bleaching products may end up being infertile because of them, bleaching products lighten the skin and cause it to lose its natural protective barrier, making it vulnerable.


There is an epidemic in China, India and Africa in cases of fibroid among young ladies who bleach their skin as well as other fertility issues including making giving birth extremely painful or even life threatening. One of the things that could cause these issues is hormonal imbalance. Some chemicals in bleaching creams find their way into your body and then cause long term issues that are not noticeable on the outer body. In 2019 researchers found that bleaching creams sent to Nigeria were especially toxic containing Mercury, Cadmium, Lead and Arsenic ingredients that often cause reduced brain function as well as exogenous ochronosis, which results in an irregular blue-black staining affecting sun-exposed skin and nails, erupting acne and an extremely offensive and unnatural body odor sometimes called the odor of rotting fish.




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