By Joyce Lee
October 30, 2015

China just ended its controversial one-child policy in the face of a lopsided male-female ratio and a rapidly aging population. But China’s not the only one in need of more babies. East and Southeast Asian countries are suffering from what scientists call an “ultra-low” birthrate. At the rate these countries are going, the populations will fade away. So what are governments doing? Watch the video above to find out.

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