April 15, 2014 6:11 PM
abortion activists Amnesty International Anhui animal protection Beijing birth control child abuse Deng Yujiao detention divorce domestic violence family family planning feminism forced abortions forced sterilization Gender discrimination gender equality gender imbalance gender roles gender selection individualism investment islam Kim Lee leftover women legal reform Li Yang marriage migrant workers one-child policy protest rape rural women sex scandals sexual harassment sexuality Shanghai suicide teacher student abuse urban life urban rural divide weddings women women's rights women in politics women labor women workers Ye Haiyan
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In an interview with Shanghaiist, Leta Hong Fincher discusses the way China’s real estate boom has shortchanged women, the main focus
An excerpt from journalist and scholar Leta Hong Fincher’s upcoming book Leftover Women explores the hurdles of reporting domestic violence
April 11, 2014 10:32 PM
Although women in China haven begun combating gender discrimination in the workplace, they continue to play a peripheral role in the political
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