Huanqing Zhu

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According to a report released by the Ministry of Public Health, there were 10,676 cases of HIV infection, in China, as of June 30, 1998; 301 of these persons had acquired AIDS. According to a report from the Beijing Bureau of Public Health, there were 189 cases of HIV infection, of which 33 had AIDS, in Beijing, as of June 1, 1998. 52 cases of HIV(More)
This short article discusses implementation of the Shandong Family Planning Regulations, in 1987, which has resulted in fewer but healthier births, and by which the public has learned to keep their reproductive behavior within the limits of the Regulations. The third baby boom since the founding of the People's Republic, in 1949, occurred during the past(More)
Physical monitoring shows the physical conditions of 71.4% of Chinese adult population have reached required standards, of which men are 71.2% and women 71.7%, according to a report prepared by the China National Physical Culture Association. Monitoring indicates the actual average height is 169.2 cm for men and 158.6 cm for women. The average weight is(More)
This article describes the family planning activities of a barefoot doctor, Jiang Shuqin, who has delivered family planning and other medical services to poor local farmers in China over the past 20 years. The once backward township of Kulongshan in Fengning Manchu Nationality Autonomous County, Chengde City, Hebei Province in North China, where she works,(More)
This article presents findings from the 1997 State Family Planning Commission's KAP survey in China. The aim was to assess reproductive health and contraception and the future needs for family planning management. The national sample included 1041 sampling points in 337 counties among 186,089 registered persons in the first demographic stage and 15,213(More)
This article briefly describes population growth and family planning (FP) efforts in Sichuan province in south-central China. It is expected that population will be below 87 million during 1995-2000. The birth rate should be about 17/1000 annually. In 1996, there were 68.5 million rural people, or 82% of total provincial population. 14.31 million were(More)
Wujiang City in south Jiangsu Province is a county-level city, well known for its economic development and effective family planning program. Family planning is practiced voluntarily by the people. The growth rate of the city's population has decreased to 5.47/1000; the proportion of planned births has increased to 98%; and the total fertility rate has(More)
In order to promote the development of population science in China, mobilize the initiativeness of demographers and more effectively serve the purpose of controlling population growth and improving the quality of human resources, the Population Association of China has sponsored an Excellent Population Research Award to encourage the demographers with(More)
This article presents findings from a contraceptive services survey conducted in December 1996, in Tibet Autonomous Region, China. Findings indicate a large unmet need for family planning in Tibet. Of the 187 gynecological doctors at county hospitals, 41 (21.9%) received a full medical education, 15 had a college education, and 131 completed secondary(More)
This article identifies Baimiao village in Baimiao Town, Linquan County, Anhui Province, China, as a administrative unit without a strong family planning program and with extra births. Baimiao village is comprised of 5 sub-villages and 2471 persons, of whom 414 are women of childbearing age. During 1992-97 there were 321 newborns, of which 124 were(More)