The All-China Women's Federation has launched the 'Looking for the Most Beautiful Family' campaign across China, aiming to identify role model families and genuine family education.
By living in and experiencing China, foreign female diplomatic personnel and the spouses of foreign counselors, envoys and ambassadors have a unique insight into China's culture, society and Chinese people, as well as a fresh perspective on how different cultures coexist and clash in contemporary China under the context of globalization. Follow their opinions and real life stories with Women of China's special coverage.
Yinchuan, capital of Northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, is one of China's important commercial cities. The city is inhabited by more than 800,000 Hui and Han women and children.
The 2014 APEC Women and the Economy Forum, which is scheduled to open in Beijing from May 21-23, 2014, will receive special coverage by Women of China, telling you all you need to know about the forum including news and events. Our coverage will also include the history and achievements of the forum since it was first held in 2011.
The "Chinese Dream" column shares inspiring stories of Chinese women, particularly those from ordinary backgrounds whose extraordinary deeds make China and the world better.
The past year saw China making impressive changes and great progress in promoting gender equality and protecting women’s legal rights and interests. Now, at the beginning of 2014, Women of China website lists the top 10 women’s news or gender-related events that sparked some of China’s fiercest public debates and also marked some of the most significant advancements to date.
The National March 8th Red-Banner Pacesetters and Collectives awards were launched by the All-China Women's Federation in 1960. The awards recognize exemplary workers or collectives who have made extraordinary achievements in their work.