The One-Child Policy, Gender, and Chinese Education with Vanessa Fong

Vanessa Fong is an associate professor in the Graduate School of Education, Harvard University.  Her research examines the longitudinal consequences of China’s one-child policy for Chinese individuals, families, and society. In this podcast, Jared Flanery interviewed Fong, a guest lecturer for the College of Arts & Sciences' Year of China Lecture Series and they discuss her research methods, thoughts, and personal stories about China's one-child policy and its effects on culture, education, and the role of gender in Chinese society.

This podcast was produced by Stephen Gordinier