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Sexuality in China today

In Chinese language, xingkaifang (性开放) is the phrase to describe the sexual opening-up, "a globalizing sexual culture prevailing China." Urbanization in China has been accelerating the sexual revolution by providing people...

Five Things You Might Not Know About Women in China

Chinese women contribute more to gross domestic product than their counterparts around the world, according to a report by Deloitte China and women's professional support network Lean In China.

Can China recover from its disastrous one-child policy?

More young women are pushing back against state propaganda and family pressure, while improving education standards and income levels have delayed marriage and childbirth.

Why Chinese mothers turned away from C-sections

Part of this success is down to serious investment in maternity care and the rise of "wellness" culture among the middle classes in Chinese cities - but the key factor here is the punitive element, which experts fear means women do not really have free choice when it comes to childbirth.

China’s digital gold rush: Meet the new breed of female entertainers...

Singing and telling jokes to hundreds of thousands of people tuning in on their mobile phones is not just a lifestyle in China, but...

#MeToo in China: A force for change or another doomed movement?

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.

For ‘leftover’ single women in China, Lunar New Year brings dread...

Her parents, clearly missing the point, told her not to worry about the fabrication and to just get on with blind dating, Shen told Pear Video, a popular short-video platform.

Working beauty: Women truly hold up half the sky in China...

Young women in China, living in a rapidly changing society with more personal independence, disposable income and exposure to Western media than ever before, are also altering their views of female beauty.

China’s most popular female singers in 2018

Zhang Bichen (张碧晨) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PI_7jugRQ00 Zhang was born in Tianjin, China on September 10, 1989. In 2013, Zhang became a trainee in South Korean management company Haeun Entertainment. In the same...

Womenomics 101: Chinese women are at the forefront of global luxury...

Chinese rich buy nearly one third of global luxury goods and take the lead in the consumption growth, Julius Baer revealed in its annual report.

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