A recent article in the Wall Street Daily discussed a possible change in China’s one-child policy to allow two children to parents if only one of those parents is an only child. Currently the policy is that a family can have more than one child if both parents were only children themselves. Also, the one-child policy only pertains to the Han ethnic group, comprising the vast majority of Chinese, but minority ethnic groups are allowed multiple children. In addition, current policy says that parents can have more than one child if they pay a fine. If the policy officially changes to a two-child policy if only one of the parents was an only child, there will be a vast increase in population.