A former journalist, Leta Hong Fincher was the first American to receive a PhD in Sociology from Tsinghua University in Beijing. Her research there led to her first book, “Leftover Women: The Resurgence of Gender Inequality in China,” which examined rising gender inequalities in China...
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Feminist and LGBT activist Li Tingting (also known as Li Maizi) was detained for 37 days in March...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 14, 2016
On Sunday, The New York Times published an interview with Peter Dahlin, the Swedish legal NGO head...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 19, 2016
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by Josh Rudolph | Mar 7, 2016
Last year on the eve of International Women’s Day, March 8, five women’s rights...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 27, 2015
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Wu Rongrong is a women’s rights activist who was detained for over a month along with four...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 22, 2015
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by Sophie Beach | Apr 20, 2015
Following their release after five weeks in detention, the feminist activists Wu Rongrong, Zheng...
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