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The New Generation of Chinese Women in the Age of Internet
Since internet was introduced into China in 1995, it has developed rapidly. Along with the swift increase of internet users, we have witnessed the narrowing-down gender gap in internet usage. All major websites in China ...
Suzhi (Quality) Discourse and Laid-off Workers: The Role of Trade Unions in Post-Maoist China
Over the last 20 years, “suzhi” discourse pervaded government speeches, official media, and mainstream publications across China. This phenomenon attracted attention of western scholars, and their comments are mainly ...
Mobilization of Workers: Labour Education and Publication in Chinese Revolution: 1919-1927
Chinese proletariat was young and numerically weak in the 1920s. These workers nevertheless played a decisive role in the great strike wave culminating in the mid-1920s. Western scholars have provided conflicting narratives ...
Writing the Chinese Labor: Changes and Continuities in Labor Historiography
In the 1980s, most historical writings in China begun to take a new direction owing to domestic changes and outside influence. In comparison with other topics, however, studies of the pre-1949 Chinese labor seem to remain ...
Making Equitable Education in Rural China through Distance Education
China has made great strides toward universalizing basic education in rural areas over the past two decades, yet wide urban-rural and East-West disparities in schooling access and quality not only remain, but are growing. ...