TJ Kelleher On Post-Olympic China

“A paper by Therese Hesketh and Zhu Wei Xing published in 2006 argued that China’s male-female sex-ration — these days estimated to be 117 to 100, although parts of China see ratios as high as 150 to 100 — could result in a large population of unmarried and sexually frustrated males, leading to increased crime and other social ills.” — TJ Keller (“No Resting On Laurels”) on Post-Olympic China (Seed, October 2008)

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