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"How are women around the world finding their own voice.... between ingrained traditions and pop culture stereotypes"
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Chinese Women’s Chances of Busting the Glass Ceiling? 1 in 15, Report Finds

Chinese Women’s Chances of Busting the Glass Ceiling? 1 in 15, Report Finds | A Voice of Our Own | Scoop.it
Promote more women. That's one way to solve a gender parity gap and corporate talent woes in China, research and experts say.
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Liu Xianping, 72-year-old man modeling for his granddaughter’s clothing store

Liu Xianping, 72-year-old man modeling for his granddaughter’s clothing store | A Voice of Our Own | Scoop.it
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China: an IVF clinic grapples with huge demand

Treating infertility has become a booming business in China, a country known for its one-child policy.
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Convincing Women in China..... They're Too Hairy

Convincing Women in China..... They're Too Hairy | A Voice of Our Own | Scoop.it
Reckitt Benckiser harnesses marketing's power to conquer a hairless land
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Agnès Poirier K's comment, February 19, 2013 1:54 AM
“It creates an awareness, which subsequently creates a feeling of shame and need......"
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China: who is Peng Liyuan, wife of soon-to-be President Xi Jinping?

China: who is Peng Liyuan, wife of soon-to-be President Xi Jinping? | A Voice of Our Own | Scoop.it

Peng Liyuan, wife of soon-to-be President Xi Jinping, is already famous and popular. How the Communist Party handles her may be a clue to its willingness to modernize.

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China: Not married yet at 27? You are considered "sheng nu" or “leftover” women....

China: Not married yet at 27? You are considered "sheng nu" or “leftover” women.... | A Voice of Our Own | Scoop.it

In China, the sexist term “leftover woman,” sheng nu, is widely used to describe an urban, professional female over the age of 27 who is still single. This derogatory term has been aggressively disseminated by the Chinese government, warning women that they will become spinsters if they do not marry by the time they turn 30.

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