Insights into China's Female Officials: Shared Common Features Promote Further Leadership SkillsJanuary 18, 2017China's female officials seem to share some common features: a well-educated background, necessary grassroots training, and abundant work experience, says a commenter from China Women's News.
'Slash Careers' Become a Trend in ChinaMarch 22, 2017The idea of having "slash careers" is now catching on in China. A 2015 survey of 6,000 office workers, conducted by Chinese recruiting website 51job.com, showed that 40 percent of respondents had more than one job at the same time.
Publisher Removes Fake Edison Story from Chinese TextbookMarch 23, 2017A leading publisher said a new Chinese textbook for elementary students has omitted a fake story about American inventor Thomas Alva Edison.
Amended Chinese Marriage Law Offers Protection from Illicit DebtFebruary 28, 2017China's Supreme Court has made a pair of additions to Article 24 of the country's Marriage Law, changing the way debt disputes are handled following a divorce.
NPC Deputy Calls for Putting Children First in Divorce CasesMarch 9, 2017Shanghai legislators in the National People's Congress want to change China's Marriage Law to better protect the rights and interests of children in divorce cases.
Female Night Foodies Have Higher Risk of Developing Breast CancerMarch 22, 2017Women who consistently eat late at night or in the early hours of the morning are at greater risk of developing breast cancer.
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