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The good, the bad, and the ugly: International Women’s Day in China

Dear reader, Happy International Women’s Day! Please celebrate by

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SupChina Female Rising Stars — seeking nominations

We are hosting our second annual SupChina Women’s Conference in New York…

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Girls’ Day banners on Chinese college campuses are blatant harassment

Today, March 8, is International Women’s Day, a global…

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One China journalist’s quest to amplify female voices in media

It was a podcast episode about China in late 2016, featuring only male voices, that spurred Joanna Chiu to…

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In China, more educated women have less sex

In a recent interview (in Chinese) with Renwu magazine, Pan Suiming…

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Women are building real brands selling knockoff clothing

In China’s booming world of ecommerce, women really do hold up half the sky. More than 50 percent…

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The plight of China’s family planners

The beginning and end of the one-child policy It has been more than a year since China abolished…

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Women and China: The SupChina Forum

Women and China:…

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‘Nobody talked about the disease’ — breast cancer in China

SHANGHAI — When Xu Zhizhen 徐志珍 (pictured above) was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1985, she knew next to…

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Who is Anna May Wong? Hollywood’s first Chinese-American icon

Anna May was born on January 3, 1905, in Los Angeles to second-generation Chinese-American…

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Accomplishing what they could not at home: The bond between American and Chinese women

On a clear morning in May 1865, Adele Fielde landed in the British colony of Hong Kong after…

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The dire state of female representation in the Chinese government

With this past weekend’s election of Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (林郑月娥) as Hong Kong’s first female chief executive,…

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Chinese women are killing it in WeChat commerce

Wu Xiaoyu 吴晓雨 opened her first online store in 2009 before WeChat existed. She was working full time…

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Hard times for feminists in China

On January 21, 2017, more than half a million people showed up for the Women’s March in Washington,…

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