May 31, 2016
2016 W20 Meeting Closes in Xi'an, Organizers Release Official Statement
May 27, 2016
The three-day W20 Meeting, an international platform for the discussion of women's involvement in the global economy, concluded in Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, on May 26.
ACWF Uses Social Media to Bring Better Services to Women
May 17, 2016
The All-China Women's Federation has recently provided better services to women across the nation by using popular online platforms, a spokesperson reports.
Famous Writer, Translator Yang Jiang Dies, Aged 105
May 25, 2016
China's highly-respected translator and writer Yang Jiang passed away on May 25 in Beijing, aged 105.
Number of Rural 'Left-behind' Children Falls Sharply in C China: Report
May 24, 2016
Central China's Henan Province published its latest statistical report on education development recently, showing a sharp decrease of rural children left behind by parents who work away from home to make more money.
Woman Speaks at UN Conference after Bringing E-Commerce to Rural Hometown
May 25, 2016
A woman from a rural part of central China's Henan Province, has become the youngest Chinese person ever to deliver a speech at the UN Conference on Trade and Development.
Author of Upcoming TV Drama Liu Liu Talks about Women's Roles
May 24, 2016
'Heaven Won't Forgive Idle Women', a drama series based on a novel of the same name, is due to be broadcast on Chinese TV on May 31.
Asking Pupils to Clean School Bathrooms: Right or Wrong?
May 20, 2016

A parent surnamed Liu dialed the hotline of Strait News recently to report that a local primary school attended by his kid asks pupils to clean bathrooms.

Tennis Ace Peng Shuai: Picking up the Pieces, Getting Set for Rio
May 20, 2016
Famous Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai will engage competitors on courts at the 2016 Rio Olympics in two months' time, her third Olympic journey so far, after suffering a serious injury last year.
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Senior ACWF Official Introduces Traditional Embroidery Exhibit in S China
May 14, 2016
As part of the 12th Shenzhen Culture Festival, south China's Guangdong Province, the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF) announced the opening of a related exhibition in Shenzhen on May 12, to display the work of handicraft embroidery businesses.
Award-Winning Film Presents Minority's Business Story on Big Screen
May 25, 2016
The premiere of Love Song of Huayao Thai, a Chinese film about the Dai ethnic minority from southwest China's Yunnan Province, was held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, on May 24. Filmmakers and actors attend the event, ahead of the movie's official release expected in June.
Book on People Trafficking in China Stirs Debate http://www.womenofchina.cn/html/womenofchina/report/16050410-1.htm
May 19, 2016
Well-known Chinese writer Jia Pingwa launched his latest book The Caterpillar Flower in Beijing in April. The novel, which tells the story of a fictional female abductee named Hu Die, has since sparked widespread discussion across the country over its controversial subject matter.
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