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...

Top 30 Most Beautiful Chinese Women

Bingbing grew in popularity through her hit television series My Fair Princess. She topped the Forbes China Celebrity in 2013, 2014, and 2015 and has been ranking in the top 10 since 2006. She has a keen eye for fashion is often seen walking the ramps for Valentino, Christian Dior, and Louis Vuitton. In 2010, Bingbing wore a ‘Dragon robe’ to the 63rd Cannes Film Festival, which she had co-designed with designer Laurence Hsu.

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.

Chinese rural left behind women

The first academic research in the nation which put left behind women as main objective of study did not come out until 2002. The Chinese rural left...

The Photographer Capturing What it’s Like Being a Woman in China

I’m from a very small town in northern China, where most people don’t think of being an artist as a real occupation.

In China, highly educated women are mocked as a sexless “third...

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.

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.

China’s Concubine Culture Lives On in Mistress Villages

Rich and powerful Chinese men collect trophy women—not wives but mistresses—two or three at a time. A look at just where and how they...

Why China’s women are feigning subservience to win husbands

Chinese women have been an integral part of the formal economy for far longer than many of their Western counterparts, yet many men have a tendency – some would say a cultural obligation – to reject women with equivalent education and salaries.

Renowned Chinese Educator Criticized For Saying ‘Women Have Ruined China’

Yu made a post on China’s Twitter-like blogging service, Weibo, saying that “the moral level of women represents the moral level of the country” and that “men take their cue from the values that women hold. If women only have eyes for money, then men will only focus on making a fortune. … If women are strong, then men and the whole nation will be strong.”

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