Beijing CPPCC Members Call For Establishment of Women-Only Subway CarriagesJanuary 30, 2015Two CPPCC Beijing Municipal Committee members suggested that the Beijing subway provide exclusive women-only carriages for female passengers.
Euthanasia for Dying Toddler Rejected, Shedding Light on China's LegislationJanuary 29, 2015A couple's euthanasia request for their dying son was rejected on January 23, 2015, because it was in violation of the related regulations according to Chinese law.
Overhauling China's Organ Transplant System to Take Some TimeJanuary 28, 2015China would stop using executed prisoners as a source of organs for transplant came as a relief to many in the medical community, but it also raised some concerns.
Naked 'Wedding' Photos to Promote Tourism, Instead Spark ControversyJanuary 27, 2015A series of nude wedding photos at a scenic spot in Zhangjiajie, a city in central China's Hubei Province, has sparked controversy online. The couple wears almost nothing in the photos, and some netizens have accused their behavior of being quite vulgar.
No Need to Condemn Contrasting Responses to Deaths of Pop Singer and Military GeneralJanuary 23, 2015As society pays more attention to the death of singer Yao Beina than the death of a senior military general, some are not amused.
Controversy over Writer Zhou's Remarks Reflects China's State of FeminismJanuary 22, 2015Remarks made by Zhou Guoping recently sparked strong and emotional criticism from the feminists for their seemingly obvious chauvinism. But an even more important point has emerged — one that concerns itself not with Zhou but with the state of feminism in China.