With cheap, widely available chemical assistance, Chinese women are subverting the one-child policy:
A woman can only give birth once.
So, four years ago, Jiao Na got pregnant and gave birth to a son, Bei Bei.
And then a few minutes later she had a daughter, Jin Jin, then another son Huan Huan, a second daughter, Ying Ying, and finally another girl, Ni Ni.
She and her husband beat China's one-child policy by having quintuplets.
No-one here in Buffalo village wants to say it openly, but privately families admit they use fertility drugs to get round the one-child limit.
Because of the fertility drugs, this village has more twins on one single street than you would expect to find in the entire village.
Whole BBC report here.