China and Hong Kong

This article in The Economist discusses the rise, in 2010, of Chinese women giving birth in Hong Kong. Some of the reasons listed for this movement are: the one-child policy does not apply in Hong Kong (this policy was changed in 2013), better medical services, and a more generous welfare system. Children born in Hong Kong also get access to public education for twelve years and lower cost medical services. The article also mentions an attempt by the authorities to change the welfare policy to insist that welfare recipients must have lived in Hong Kong for a year, but this law did not pass. (The Economist)