Lament Over a 'Lost' Hometown Strikes a ChordMarch 1, 2015Wang Leiguang painted for his rural hometown a picture of economic deterioration, increasingly colder interpersonal relations, and naked utilitarianism.
Spring Festival Gala Calls For Gender Equality ConsultantFebruary 26, 2015Over 1,000 netizens criticized the Spring Festival gala as "discriminatory" against women, calling for more attention to and enhanced awareness of gender issues from the public.
Alone and Angry: Chinese Singles Declare War for Lovey-Dovey DatesFebruary 14, 2015Valentine's Day is known to celebrate love. But the upcoming holiday is also notorious for reminding "singletons" of their lack of a significant other.
Exploring Gender Equality from the Perspective of Law and PolicyFebruary 12, 2015A seminar on the exploration of gender issues from the perspective of law and policy was held on January 20, for attendees to discuss different approaches for promoting gender equality.
Human Rights Body Must Not Ignore China's Ongoing ProgressFebruary 8, 2015The Human Rights Watch annual report has continued its practice of criticizing the Chinese mainland and turning a blind eye to the progress it has made on the human rights front.
'Ignorance Is Women's Virtue'? Dispute over Professor Xie Qian's RemarksFebruary 5, 2015Heated discussion was sparked in China after a professor in southwest China's Sichuan Province said in January: "Ignorance is women's virtue."
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