#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=p5eo4VJwFlA 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.

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.

For some women in China, ‘love markets’ are the last resort...

On weekends at People’s Park in Shanghai, hundreds of eager parents meet at the “Marriage Market,” as it is known among locals — holding paper ads or pasting them to umbrellas, trading contact information, hoping to find a match for their children.

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.”

Author Leta Hong Fincher Shows Why the World Should Pay Attention...

What gives me hope in China is that there are so many young women who are not just giving up and being cynical.

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