Amid Human Trafficking Horrors, China’s Claims of Gender Equality Ring Hollow
By Leslie Fu and Jianli Yang
The country has a huge – and largely unaddressed – problem with the trafficking of women and girls.
Xuzhou’s Chained Woman Highlights China’s Human Trafficking Problem
By Chauncey Jung
China’s failure to combat human trafficking is damaging its image amid the country's birth rate struggles.
Op-Ed in China Draws Backlash for Advocating Women ‘Warm Rural Bachelors’ Beds’
By Jesse Turland
Since the latest census results confirmed slowing marriage and birth rates, policy solutions have increasingly undermined women’s rights.
China's Teenage Mothers
By Yuhong Pang
China's Trafficked Brides
By Eugene K. Chow
Thanks to the one child policy, Chinese men are turning to Ukrainian brides and sex trafficking to find wives.
'Bare Branches' and 'Leftover Women': Love and Marriage in Modern China
By Vicky Ge Huang
China's gender imbalance is shifting long-standing trends in marriage and relationships.