23 shocking photos about how many people there are in ChinaBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/23-shocking-photos-about-how-many-people-there-are-in-china.html
China's population was approaching one billion people when the government introduced the "one family, one child" policy. This was in the late 1970s. By the fall of 2015, China decided to abandon this policy due to unforeseen consequences, including a shift towards men in percentage and a disproportionately large number of elderly people. By allowing families to have two children, China hopes to restore the balance of its demography. Now there are 1.4 billion people living in China, and only time will tell how much the abolition of the restriction on the number of children in the family will affect the indicators.
These photos demonstrate how many people there are in China, and make you shudder at the thought of the almost complete lack of personal space. Introverts would have a hard time in such conditions.
Students at the entrance to the academic building before the three-day postgraduate examination in Hefei, Anhui Province. In 2013, a record number of students enrolled for this exam — 1.8 million people.
Students during the high school exam at the school playground in Yichuan, Shaanxi Province. In 2015, more than 1,700 applicants participated in the exam, and they had to conduct it on the street, because there was not enough space in the room.
Underwear hung in a student dormitory in Wuhan, Hubei Province.
Parents of students sleep on mats on the floor of the gym on the university campus in Wuhan.
A woman picks up her bike from a bicycle parking lot at a metro station in Beijing.
A crowd of people descends the escalator and stairs during rush hour at a subway station in Beijing.
A crowd waits for a new residential complex to open for sale, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.
Passengers filled a railway station on the first day of the Chinese Autumn festival in Wuhan, Hubei Province.
Passengers slowly make their way to the escalators to descend to the platforms.
Passengers are waiting to get to the crowded Zhengzhou railway Station on the first day of the" Golden Week " — a holiday in honor of the founding of the People's Republic of China. According to the Chinese Academy of Tourism, it is expected that 480 million trips will be made this week.
Taxis are lined up in the parking lot waiting for passengers at the new Beijing International Airport.
Junior students lined up at the job fair in 2014. Only this fair in the city of Zhengzhou, Henan Province, was visited by about 50 thousand people.
Thousands of people in search of work look at the pavilions of the job fair in Chongqing.
More than a thousand military police officers participate in the exercises in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province.
People buy vegetables at the morning fair in Beijing.
Crowds stroll under rows of trees decorated with fans and red lanterns during the Chinese New Year Festival in Beijing.
Crowds of people on the beach in Dalian, Liaoning Province.
A resort in Dain County, where people are trying to escape from the summer heat.
An annual tradition of watering with water in honor of the celebration of the New Year among the Dai people in Xishuangbanna-Dai Autonomous Region of Yunnan Province.
Believers wait outside the Guiyuan Buddhist Monastery in Wuhan to offer sacrifices on the fifth day of the New Year according to the Chinese lunar calendar. Hundreds of millions of people attend monastery fairs and set off fireworks during the festivities.
Crowds of people line up to watch the tide on the Fuchunjiang River.
A busy street in the center of Shanghai.
One of the main streets of Beijing during the evening rush hour.