I think attempting to compare the general social structure and what the public finds "acceptable" in the United States and China is a bit ridiculous, not to mention the processes in each country in which this would have to come to pass. Not to mention your ridiculously hyperbolic take on comparing the level of controversy and support for mandatory abortions, thus occuring against the INDIVIDUALS will, as it'd relate to the support for allowing abortions to be legal. In part because you, in an obvious fashion, purposefully ignore any sense of logic or reason or intellectual honesty regarding the reasons why many of those who support abortion being legal do...because they feel that the individual should have a choice of what they do to their body. FORCING abortions onto folks would actually result in a coilition of "pro-life" and "pro-choice" individuals joining together in opposition to it..."pro-life" folks opposing it because it still is taking the life of a child in their opinion, and "pro-choice" folk opposing it because it removes the ability of a woman to chose what is done to her body.
Your question isn't honest, your argument isn't intelligent, your premise is ridiculous...all this is is you being annoyed about people being pro-life and trying to put forth a retarded and over the top hypothetical and pretending that somehow it's in any way likely while ignoring the overwhelming amount of actual evidence and reason that suggests the exact opposite.