Postnatal Care Centers’ Popularity Booms

China Daily
February 27, 2013

Postnatal care centers are the modern answer to the Chinese tradition of zuoyuezi, which is based on the idea that mothers should enjoy a month of absolute rest after delivering a child.

With their popularity booming among the country’s middle class, the future looks bright for the burgeoning sector. Yet after reports of health scares at centers in recent years, parents and care experts have begun to question their safety, with some calling for improved regulations to ensure mothers and babies are protected.

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