Wendy Qian

Wendy Qian is currently an undergraduate student at Claremont McKenna College, CA. She majors in Government and Religious Studies. Her interests in China range from societal values to economics.

Girl Power Up

The Economist’s Analects blog reports on the present condition of women in China. The article focuses on urban women and their changing values on work and family: Kate Ba is in her late 20s and works at a public relations...

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Tale of the Dragon Lady

Paul French, author of Midnight in Peking, writes for Foreign Policy on perception of women in Chinese politics: Sadly, “dragon ladies” are an all-too-familiar trope in Chinese history: A successful man achieves...

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Catchy Family Planning Slogans

Offbeat China translates many harsh family planning slogans from rural areas, which were collected by Netease. The family planning policy, better known as the one-child policy, has been set as China’s basic state policy since...

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