However, the concept of gender equality and other issues that feminists are fighting for globally are now firmly on the government’s radar.
A digital protest that dare not speak its name The streets of China may have been empty of mass rallies, but the voices and sentiments from the Women’s March found their audience. student of East Asian studies, traveled from Toronto to “be part of a historical moment.” “I wanted to share what I saw with Chinese feminists who couldn’t be there due to geographical limitation,” she said.
After the attack, the victim uploaded a video taken from the hotel’s surveillance footage to Sina Weibo.
“Lots of people were doing business in their own countries but their lives were not good.
Some streets in the town south of Shanghai, seem more like the Middle East than Asia.
Signs in Arabic are common, as well as Middle Eastern grocery stores and coffee shops.
On January 21, 2017, more than half a million people showed up for the Women’s March in Washington, D.
C., and hundreds of similar protests took place around the globe.