Viral Ad Sparks Outpouring for ‘Leftover Women’ in China

VOA Joyce Huang                   April 12, 2016   An emotional advertisement about “leftover women” in China, which has gone viral, has uncovered not only the society’s deep-rooted discrimination against single women, but also the Chinese government’s inaction in tackling gender inequity issues, analysts say. The four-minute-long document-style video, part…

Surveillance camera was installed on Women’s Rights in China’s volunteer Changlan Su’s door

August 18, 2013 Women’s Rights in China Reports: Guangdong Nanhai government is finding numerous way to stop our volunteer. After three shifts 24/7 monitoring of activist Changlan Su, the government even installed high definition surveillance camera on Su’s door today. These governors behaved in a vicious and unrestrained way to intimidate activists Changlan Su and…

Women’s Rights in China Successfully Organized Conference on Family Planning Policy and Population Development

Source: WRIC  Author: WRIC  Pulsihed Time: 05-29-2012   Women’s Rights in China Successfully Organized Conference on Family Planning Policy and Population Development Family Planning has been the national policy of China for more than 30 years. What are the reasons for this policy? What are its effects on Chinese society? Should the policy continue to…

Chinese Women’s Rights

Source: http://library.thinkquest.org Author: Pulsihed Time: 2012-1-24 Confucian thoughts have greatly influenced the minds of China. During the Han dynasty, Confucianism became a part of the official education, which helped spread it across China. In later dynasties, male authority was enforced which brought a woman’s status down. In the Confucian society, women were to hold a…