Taiwan hurtles towards ‘super-aged’ status

  • Family
  • Friday, 28 May 2021

Few places have experienced quite as profound a demographic change as Taiwan. Photo: AFP

Wu En-tzu has delivered more than 2,000 babies working as an obstetrician but she has no desire to have children of her own – an increasingly common position taken by Taiwanese families.

Since they married 12 years ago, Wu and her surgeon husband have been on the same page when it comes to kids.

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