Shangguan Wan'erSeptember 17, 2017Shangguan Wan'er (AD 664-710), the first woman premier in China, lived in the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-908).
Hu Die: Remembering an Icon of ChangeSeptember 8, 2017Hu Die (1908-89), hailed as China's Greta Garbo, was among China's top film stars in the 1920s and '30s because of her elegance and natural acting style.
Revealing Stories of China's Historic All-female Army ForceSeptember 4, 2017During the 30s, a 100-plus member strong all-female special company of the Red Army, known as the Red Detachment of Women, made history for their revolutionary exploits.
Ban ZhaoSeptember 3, 2017Ban Zhao, the first known Chinese woman historian, lived during the Eastern Han Dynasty (A.D.25-200).
Cai WenjiAugust 21, 2017Cai Yan, courtesy name Wenji, was a poet and musician from the late Eastern Han Dynasty (AD 25-220).
Revolutionary Spirits of Yimeng Mountain's 'Red Sisters' Live OnAugust 17, 2017Many brave local women – the so-called "Red Sisters" of Yimeng Mountains – were involved in helping soldiers in the area when it housed an anti-Japanese military base in the 40s.
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