What Is the General Status of Chinese Women's Political Participation?July 6, 2006The Chinese government pays a great deal of attention to women's participation in politics. As China socially and economically develops, Chinese women have become increasingly...
What Preferential Policies Does the Chinese Government Have to Promote the Political Participation of Women?July 6, 2006The widespread participation of women in the administration of national and social affairs is an important sign of a country's progress.
Women Become Village HeadsMay 22, 2006China, with a rural population of 900 million, is now undergoing a reform of democratic processes in rural areas. An election is held every three years in about one million...
Women Village Heads: a Glorious DilemmaMay 19, 2006In the late 1990s, the democratic political reform in China started in rural areas, when villagers begin self-governing and electing village cadres. Villagers could vote for their ...
Equal Legal StatusMay 16, 2006China attaches great importance to providing legal protection for females. Women enjoy equal legal status with men.
More Village Women Getting PoliticalMay 10, 2006Thirty-two-year-old Li Xiaoyan is the first woman to chair the Yantouzhai Village Committee in Guzhang County, central China's Hunan Province.
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