China colleges gives 7 days of romance break to students as birth rate plummets

To save the falling birth rate, nine colleges in China have come up with a unique plan and are giving their students a week to ‘fall in love’, reports said. According to a report in NBC News, Mianyang Flying Vocational College, one of the nine colleges, has announced its spring break for the first time on March 21. In which special attention has been paid to romance.

From April 1 to April 7, students are given a break to “learn to love nature, love life, and enjoy love while enjoying spring break.”

The deputy dean of Miayang Flying Vocational College said in a statement, “I hope students can go to see the green water and green mountains and feel the breath of spring. It will not only enhance the students’ mind but also their emotions.” Will develop, as well as make the study content in the class more enjoyable.

This step by the colleges is an attempt to promote the decreasing birth rate. Experts say they did the best they could. Due to the one-child policy implemented between 1980 and 2015, China has created a huge demographic issue for itself. China’s birth rate fell last year to 6.77 births per 1,000 people from 7.52 in 2021, the lowest on record.

In 2021, China raised the limit to three, but even while staying home, during COVID times, couples were reluctant to have children. The requirement for women to be legally married to register their children has also been removed.

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