• Heartening Progress in War on AIDSAugust 18, 2009More than 1,000 people become infected with HIV in Asia each day. Most of these infections could have been averted if only we had invested in reaching populations at higher risk...
  • The Civil Right to Paternity LeaveAugust 6, 2009The Women's Studies Research Center under the Central Party School recommends that paternity leave be incorporated into China's social insurance system as a civil right.
  • Lady's Luck Not Part of Today's LifeJuly 27, 2009Really, I did try to follow the advise in the many women's magazines, that I have to read for work to act lady-like.Such efforts are part of my show of support to my city, which...
  • In Search of Repose for the SoulJuly 27, 2009One commonality among men and women is our thirst of the body, of the mind, of the heart and of the soul, but the practicalities of daily life hinder us from satiating all these...
  • Who Made This Uygur Kid Cry?July 16, 2009Six-year-old Dili Humali is the youngest victim of the July 5 Urumqi riots.She was hit on the head with a brick while out shopping with her grandmother, who also suffered head...
  • China's First Cinematic KissJuly 3, 2009It was not until 1980, third year of China's opening-up and reform policy, that Chinese cinema performed its first kiss, in the movie Not for Love.
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