In the ‘Three-Child’ Era, China Must Confront Embedded Misogyny
By Jiayuan Wang
Loud encouragement for women to have more children, coupled with a rise in rhetoric equating femininity with weakness, could be a damaging combination for women’s rights in China.
Will China’s Civil Code Finally Get Companies to Take Fighting Sexual Harassment Seriously?
By Darius Longarino
The implementation of the new code will determine whether it can truly turn the tide against sexual harassment.
China #MeToo Case Heads to Court After 2-Year Delay
By Associated Press
Zhou Xiaoxuan’s case highlights the growing willingness of Chinese women to speak up about sexual harassment despite official resistance and censorship.
With New Divorce Rule, China Further Pushes ‘Family Values’
By Chauncey Jung
From promoting gender equality to advocating for “family values,” the CCP has drastically changed its tone after 70 years in power.
Women’s Morality Education Comes Back to Life in China
By DD Wu
A Chinese lecturer promoting women’s virginity triggered uproar among netizens.
Pity China's 'Bare Branches'
By Xuan Li
China's unmarried men are stuck between tradition and capitalism.