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  • 46% of Career Women Satisfied with JobAccording to the results of a recent Career International survey, 46% of career women are satisfied with their jobs.Date:2012-02-20
  • Beijing's Average Marriage Age Rises to 27The average age of first marriage in Beijing has risen to 27, one year older than three years ago, China News Service reports.Date:2012-02-17
  • Sex Ratio at Birth Falls in TaiwanTaiwan's sex ratio at birth (the ratio of male babies to the female babies) fell to its lowest point in the past 16 years, statistics released by the Taiwan Public Health Institution yesterday show. The figures reflect the social concept of valuing boys over girls was changing.Date:2012-02-17
  • Gay Husbands and Their Wives Suffer in SilenceGetting married is supposed to be the happiest day for any couple as they start life together as man and wife, but for many it is the beginning of a secret hell as they slowly discover their partner's true feelings.Date:2012-02-15
  • Shanghainese Women Delaying MarriageThe Shanghai Civil Affairs Bureau recently reported that the average age at which Shanghainese women now get married is 27 years, roughly a year older than the average age in 2010. The average age for men is 29 years.Date:2012-02-02
  • Shanghainese Women Have Better Scientific LiteracyAccording to the results of a research survey, Shanghainese women are slightly more scientifically literate than their male counterparts. The survey, which investigates standards of scientific literacy amongst Chinese citizens, recorded that 17.3% of Shanghai residents have basic scientific knowledge, with women's percentages slightly higher than men.Date:2012-02-01
  • Online Shopping Increasingly Popular in Third-tier CitiesMediaedge recently released a report on urban women's online shopping activities, covering 583 cities and counties. The survey shows that women in third-tier cities are catching up with their counterparts in terms of online shopping.Date:2012-01-29
  • Women's Status Improving in ShandongShandong women's social status has improved in the past decade, results of the third survey on the issue show.Date:2012-01-20
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  • Women in ChinaChina is the world's most populous developing country. 660 million, or 48.7% out of its total 1.354 billion population are women.Date:2015-02-03
  • Report: 2013 Entrepreneurial Crime in ChinaPrivate-sector entrepreneurs were implicated in three-quarters of publicly reported entrepreneurial crimes in China last year, the Chinese Entrepreneurs Crime Report 2013 has found.Date:2014-01-13
  • UNDP Report: China Approaching Critical Stage of UrbanizationChina's accelerating urbanization is approaching a critical stage, and managing the issue will have wide ramifications for the outcome of China's present development, stated the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in its human development report launched in Beijing on August 27, 2013.Date:2013-08-28
  • China's Progress in Human Rights in 2004The year 2004 is an important year for China in building a well-off society in an all-round way. It is also a year that saw all-round progress in China's human rights undertakings.Date:2013-06-28
  • The Situation of Chinese WomenIn March 1992, the United Nations decided to hold in 1995 the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, the capital of China. This has aroused greater world attention on the status of Chinese women.Date:2013-06-25
  • Gender Equality and Women's Development in ChinaOf China's total population of 1.3 billion, women account for about half. Therefore, the promotion of gender equality and the overall development of women is not only of great significance for China's developmentDate:2013-06-24
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