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Breastfeeding in public is still considered taboo in some parts of Chinese society.
Uploader, Website Face Backlash on Breastfeeding Controversy

Chinese employees are enjoying deeper pockets than their counterparts in Asia.
Regulation Proposed to Introduce Dysmenorrhea Leaves for Women Employees

A Chinese care worker holds children on her lap as she cares for them at a foster care center in Beijing, April 2, 2014.
China Lifts One-child Policy, Couples Now Allowed Two Children

Chinese President Xi Jinping shakes hands with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in Beijing, Sept. 3, 2015.
Xi Urges, Gives Aid for Gender Equality

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Chinese women now have more decision-making capabilities in the household compared to a few decades back.
White Paper Claims Improvement on Status of Women

Chinese legislators are pushing legislation that could lead to longer jail terms or even death sentence to those convicted of having sex with a minor.
China to Impose Harsher Penalties for Sex with Underage Girls

Emma Watson is the U.N. Women Goodwill Ambassador
Actor Tong Dawei and Other Speakers Talk About Gender Equality in 'HeForShe' Campus Campaign

Women protesting for equal rights in Istanbul.
Protests in Xicheng District Sparked by Gender-Biased Poster

Women's rights should be upheld in family planning law amendments, says China Daily reporter.
China Daily: Women’s Freedom to Choose to Bear and Not to Bear a Child Should Be Upheld

Aircraft running on VTOL technology can prove to be a great asset for China.
China’s First Female J-10 Pilots to Debut in Malaysian Air Show

A woman shouts slogans during a demonstration to mark the International Women's Day in Istanbul, March 6, 2010.
Workplace Gender Inequality Should Be Addressed More than Ever

The ACWF has been active in promoting women's empowerment.
Women’s Rights Federation Launches Defense on Women’s Rights Campaign

Emma Watson Reacts To Rumors That She's Dating Prince Harry

For better servicing, women from the Huaiyin District tapped the advantages of the Internet and launched the
Beijing's 'Rule of Law' Needs to Include the Women of China to Be Truly Effective

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