During our lives, we often encounter situations when we don’t know what to do. We don’t know what words to choose. In this case,...
The best way to know about how a mainland Chinese girlfriend thinks (aside from first-hand-experience) is to watch the wildly popular chinese dating show “If You Are The One”.
Women in China also expands on these ideals, delving into the impact women have in Chinese society. Thus, historically, the religious influences on Chinese beauty ideals closely tied outer beauty to inner beauty.
It is undeniable that #MeToo has had an impact in China. About two dozen prominent Chinese men — including university professors, journalists, the head of a charity organization and a popular host on the government-run CCTV television channel — have been toppled by accusations of sexual harassment and abuse.
Taoism has produced a whole host of heavenly deities, fairies, spirit generals, and so forth (a Taoist priest must learn to know all these by name and recognize them by their appearance, costume, fragrance, etc.). These gods and goddesses are usually considered to have been humans of ancient times who attained immortality.
Without the right to form unions, migrant women workers find it hard to effectively gain suitable rights and treatment from the factory management.
Chinese women make up half of all undergraduate students and almost half of all master’s students, but they accounted for only 35% of the PhDs awarded in 2012, compared to 46% in the US.
What gives me hope in China is that there are so many young women who are not just giving up and being cynical.
Since ancient times, the women of Sichuan have adored beauty and loved having a good time. Though short, they’re well-proportioned, and their legs are long considering their height.
And a certain number of men and women preferred a silent single life in monasteries as monks, nuns or Taoist priests. Princess Jinxian and her little sister Princess Yuzhen from the Tang Dynasty chose to be Taoist priests.