From China Daily, via People’s Daily Online:
Farmers, the physically challenged and people with infectious diseases are the three groups of people who face the most discrimination in China, indicates a survey released in Beijing yesterday.
About 65 percent of the people said the physically challenged were discriminated against, and about 45 percent thought farmers-turned-workers in cities were subjected to the same treatment. Nearly 63 percent of those polled said HIV/AIDS patients faced bias, and almost 55 percent believed people infected hepatitis B suffered the same fate. [Full Text]
See also Fight against Employment Discrimination by China Women’s News, translated by Women of China.