Women attendants walk in Tiananmen Square as they wait for delegates during the opening ceremony of the 19th Communist Party Congress in Beijing on October 18, 2017. An attempt by the country’s state media to gloat over the Harvey Winstein sex abuse case backfires. Photo: Agence France-Presse Women attendants walk in Tiananmen Square as they wait for delegates during the opening ceremony of the 19th Communist Party Congress in Beijing on October 18, 2017. An attempt by the country’s state media to gloat over the Harvey Winstein sex abuse case backfires. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Women attendants walk in Tiananmen Square as they wait for delegates during the opening ceremony of the 19th Communist Party Congress in Beijing on October 18, 2017. An attempt by the country’s state media to gloat over the Harvey Winstein sex abuse case backfires. Photo: Agence France-Presse

State media ridiculed for claim women are never harassed in Chinese culture

Attempt by China’s state media to gloat over Harvey Weinstein sex abuse and harassment scandal backfires

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Women attendants walk in Tiananmen Square as they wait for delegates during the opening ceremony of the 19th Communist Party Congress in Beijing on October 18, 2017. An attempt by the country’s state media to gloat over the Harvey Winstein sex abuse case backfires. Photo: Agence France-Presse Women attendants walk in Tiananmen Square as they wait for delegates during the opening ceremony of the 19th Communist Party Congress in Beijing on October 18, 2017. An attempt by the country’s state media to gloat over the Harvey Winstein sex abuse case backfires. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Women attendants walk in Tiananmen Square as they wait for delegates during the opening ceremony of the 19th Communist Party Congress in Beijing on October 18, 2017. An attempt by the country’s state media to gloat over the Harvey Winstein sex abuse case backfires. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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