A member of the Secretariat of the All-China Women's Federation and director of Women's Studies Institute of China (WSIC)
Working Far from Marital Home: Not Root Cause of InfidelitySeptember 19, 2014It is unprofessional to attribute the fact that corrupt officials keep mistresses as the cause of said officials living apart from their spouses.
Sex Trade Not Moral But Social ProblemSeptember 19, 2014Chinese Film director Wang Quanan has been arrested on charges of soliciting sexual services.
Closing Gender Gap Critical for Chinese FutureSeptember 15, 2014Though Chinese women have improved their position in some indices, such as political empowerment, they are still losing out in categories such as health, educational attainment and wage equality.
Mixed Relay Races Promote Gender EqualitySeptember 10, 2014Various mixed relay races that broke gender boundaries caused a stir at the recently-concluded Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.
Does China Have No Tennis Stars after Li Na?September 10, 2014Head coach of Chinese women's tennis Wang Peng shared his opinion on the future of Chinese women's tennis.
Examination Questions RemainSeptember 9, 2014The latest reform to the gaokao, or national college entrance examinations, will be the biggest-ever change to the way students are enrolled by universities since 1978.
Providing Equal Education in China Will Take TimeSeptember 7, 2014The ban on "school selection" is thus a huge step forward toward equality in education, which, in turn, is expected to end corruption.
Make Military Drills Likable for StudentsSeptember 4, 2014The new school session has been preceded by heated discussions on the compulsory military training program for students.
Director Vivian Qu: First Works Bring Unique Opportunity for Young FilmmakersSeptember 3, 2014First films are a fundamental step for filmmakers to start their art career, Vivian Qu, a Chinese director and producer who is a member of the international jury of the Luigi de Laurentiis Venice Award for a Debut Film at the ongoing Venice Film Festival.
Why Women Don't Buy Into 'Safety Tips?'September 2, 2014Several cases where young female university students were tortured or killed have prompted safety tips, which many women won't buy into.
Warn Children against Hidden DangersSeptember 2, 2014Many have called the past month "Black August" because several young women in different cities were tortured or killed after getting into strangers' cars for a ride back home.
Does Physical Appearance Matter Differently to Different Genders?September 1, 2014For men in China, physical appearance has never been regarded as important — but this traditional viewpoint may be changing.
A Chip of the Old Block in the New EraSeptember 1, 2014Chinese Damas are often mocked for their investment naivety, poor fashion taste and disregard for public etiquette. But do they deserve such treatment when social values, moral codes and other aspects of life have been compromised in the pursuit of economic growth?
Greater Efforts Urged in Women's StudiesAugust 29, 2014Professionals have called on government departments and social organizations to take greater measures and more concrete actions to increase the public's awareness of women's studies.
Mainland Women's Role Important in Taiwan, Says Taiwanese Women's GroupAugust 29, 2014Women who are from the Chinese mainland and are married to Taiwanese citizens play an important role in family life, said Tsai Linglan.