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Feminist movements in China have a long and vibrant history. Today’s Chinese women are fighting for equality in the workplace, freedom from violence and a break from traditional family roles....more
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Workplace discrimination
What are typical questions women job applicants are asked that their male counterparts are not?
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China's one-child policy was introduced in
1978
to help control the rapidly growing population
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China's one-child policy was abolished in
2015
Families are now allowed to have two children
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For more than four decades, China’s retirement age has remained unchanged at
60 for men and 55 for women
though it can be earlier for women in blue-collar jobs
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