Margaret Hillenbrand argues that a vast underclass of Chinese workers exist in “zombie citizenship,” a state of dehumanizing exile from the law and its safeguards.
Ran Yan writes that in the ‘Three-child era’, China needs to pay more attention to the protection of rural mothers’ rights and interests.
Despite the emancipation of women in China in 1949, sexual harassment and inequality in the workplace are still the norm, writes Dr Jieyu Liu.
China’s is now allowing couples to have three children. But the policy’s implications for working women and their families mean few will welcome the change with open arms, writes Dr Jieyu Liu.