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The SupChina Quiz: Women in China

It’s the last Tuesday of the month, which really doesn’t mean anything, but let’s quiz, shall we? Last month…

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Introducing: The NüVoices Podcast! Episode 1: News assistants in China

SupChina is proud to present the NüVoices podcast! In this debut episode, hosts Alice Xin Liu and Joanna Chiu interview two…

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Zhang Yuqi and matriarchy: Chinese SNL delivers surprising, strong 2nd episode

Chinese actress Zhang Yuqi 张雨绮 has done sci-fi movies, horror…

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China’s most prominent talk show host, Yang Lan, on media, women, and the next generation

Yang Lan 杨澜, one of the most popular television personalities in China, spoke to us about the future of…

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Safety tips are the last thing that Chinese women need after the Didi murder case

Li Mingzhu 李明珠 was a 21-year-old flight attendant who was reportedly raped and murdered on May…

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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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China leads world in female billionaires

The South China Morning Post notes that according to the Hurun Richest Women in China 2017 report,…

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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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