This is the 15th in a series of stories about China’s once-a-decade census, which was conducted in 2020. The world’s most populous nation released its national demographic data in May and the figures will have far-reaching social policy and economic implications.As soon as Annie Li told the recruitment manager at a Chinese gaming company that she was 35 years’ old and married without children, she said the tone of her job interview shifted abruptly.“Before I told her [the recruitment manager]…


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