• 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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