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  • Women College Graduates Earn only 80% of Men PeersThe Research Report on the Employment Conditions of Women College Graduates in Beijing issued recently by Beijing Women's Federation shows that women college graduates only earn 80% of their men peers.Date:2011-08-30
  • Young HK Young Women Earn More than Men PeersMore than 500,000 of the 800,000 or more Hong Kong residents in 2010 whose monthly income was above HK$ 20,000 (US$2,566) are men.Date:2011-08-30
  • Ladies Prefer LimousinesResults of a sample survey of 2,000 new car owners in the recent Sinotrust China Auto Consumption Trends Report showed women as accounting for 43.1% of sedan purchasers, who at an average age of 34.4, are the youngest auto owners.Date:2011-08-30
  • Guangdong Women's Life Expectancy Rises to 78.7The life expectancy of women in south China's Guangdong Province as of 2010 is 78.7 -- 1.3 years up on that in 2000, and maternal mortality is 13.14 per mille , infant mortality 4.83 per mille, and that of children under the age of five is 6.05 per mille.Date:2011-08-30
  • Chinese Women Prefer Transnational Romances: SurveyA recent survey by Women's Day Magazine of more than 2,000 women, mostly between the ages of 20 and 35, on their attitudes to transnational marriage found that 69.8% of respondents would not form attachments with Japanese men because of their traditionally chauvinistic image.Date:2011-07-22
  • 64% of Urban Women Have Credit CardsA recent survey found that 64% of urban women residents own credit cards, and that 30% of them use their cards three to ten times a week.Date:2011-07-22
  • Gay Women Shun Convention and Stay Single"China's fourth wave of self-rendered singles is approaching,"assistant researcher at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Chen Yaya said at the recent Ninth National Family Issues Symposium hosted by Guangdong Women's Federation.Date:2011-07-22
  • Too Many Cesarean SectionsFifty one per cent of expectant mothers in Beijing chose in 2010 to give birth by cesarean section, an alarmingly high figure taking into account the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended proportion of below 15 per cent.Date:2011-07-22
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