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The Transformation and Preservation of The Chinese Elderly with Children Overseas

By Ningxin He , Ruige Wu, Yiting Bu “My mom is 70 years old and her body is not doing very well. She had a stroke a few days ago. My father called an ambulance and transferred her to the hospital. Looking at my weak mother and gray-haired father during the video call, I am painful!” This is only a short quote from a daughter … Continue reading The Transformation and Preservation of The Chinese Elderly with Children Overseas

The Uniqueness of Liberal Feminism in the Third World, Particularly in China

By Cheng Yiyu Western feminist or general social media tends to convey the message about “third world women” as “powerless”, “illiterate” and “backward” which is very problematic because these are biased opinions by simply categorizing “third world women” as a unitary group having similar backgrounds, challenges, histories. In fact, “third world women” have diverse interests, sources of problems, and narratives based on their colonial-political-racial-ethnic backgrounds. … Continue reading The Uniqueness of Liberal Feminism in the Third World, Particularly in China