What are the pros and cons of dating a Chinese girl?

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”.

Chinese ideals of female beauty

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.

Women in Qing Dynasty

The Qing government praised demonstrations of virtue and, to prove their commitment to morality, discouraged officials and scholars from visiting courtesans.

Top 10 Cities in China With The Most Beautiful Women

Which city has the most beautiful women in China? Actually, there are lots of cities to meet beautiful women in China. This top 10...

Status of Women in Tang Dynasty

The Tang dynasty has been described as a golden age for women, in contrast to the Neo-Confucianism of the later Song dynasty that saw practices like foot-binding, widow suicide, and widow chastity become socially normative. This...

How China’s market economy has fuelled a prostitution boom

The consensus is that there are between four and 10 million sex workers in China. One thing is certain: prostitution has been on the rise in China since 1982.

Women in Ancient China

Women in ancient China did not enjoy the status, either social or political, afforded to men. Women were subordinate to first their fathers, then their husbands,...

Women in Confucian thought

Many traditional commentators and modern scholars have debated over the precise meaning of the passage, and whether Confucius referred to all women or just certain groups of women.

Women of Taoism

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.

Sexist job ads discriminate against women in China

Out of all national civil service jobs that were reviewed so far this year, 19% included the terms “men only,” “men preferred,” or “suitable for men.” There was just one instance of a job ad that required the applicant to be a woman.

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