Nuclear family

Nuclear family

A single mother didn't receive maternity benefits. So she sued
Being a single mother is difficult enough, but contradictory laws in China also mean that unmarried women do not enjoy government schemes aimed at helping new parents start their families on the right foot.  One single mother’s failed attempt to fight for her insurance subsidies spotlighted the regulatory hurdles single mothers in China have to overcome to raise their kids. For Chris Zou, a three-year odyssey through the Chinese court system, left her exactly where she had started: tasked with raising her three-year-old son without government help. Married couples in China are entitled to maternity insurance and a subsidy program that provides financial aid after their child is born. It’s a