While the African community in Guangzhou has taken to the streets to protest the suspicious death of a foreign national in police custody, the Chinese Internet has proven equally volatile as gruesome photos of a late-stage abortion have circulated online to the shock and horror of many netizens. This week Sinica turns its attention to both events, but mostly the one child policy, as we discuss first the history of China's family-planning restrictions and then look at the political forces within China arrayed for and against the status quo.Trying to steer the discussion through these controversial waters is your host Kaiser Kuo, who is joined in our studio by Alexa Olesen, a long-time China watcher and journalist for the Associated Press who has written extensively on how China's family planning policies work at the local level. We're also delighted to be joined by Evan Osnos, staff writer for the New Yorker, who has written about the African community in Guangzhou. Conspicuously absent for the second week running is Sinica co-host Jeremy Goldkorn, who any minute now--and probably by the time you're reading this--will have become father to a baby girl.Like Sinica? If you'd like to subscribe to the show via iTunes and have your computer automatically download new shows as they become available, just click on "Subscribe to Podcast" from the Advanced file menu and provide the url http://popupchinese.com/feeds/custom/sinica when prompted. If you'd prefer, you can also download this show as a standalone mp3 file. Links to all of our previous shows are available on the podcast pages, which you can find in our Sinica archive.