“Pronounced wage gaps and imbalanced political representation are just two of the many issues hindering gender equality in China”
“The shrinking public space for discussing women’s rights in China makes it even more extraordinary that a feminist movement is able to survive at all”
“the gender gap in labor force participation rates in China has risen from 9.4 percentage points in 1990 to 14.1 percentage points in 2020”
Image of the hard-working Asian became an extremely convenient way to deny the demands of African Americans
Asian Americans are not a new phenomenon in being involved in politics, but are a new phenomenon in being elected.
One-third of Asian Americans fear the rising of threats, physical attacks and violence against them.
The forces that plague Asian Americans all stem from hatred of people who look different.
Violent attacks on Asian Americans is representative of the significant anti-Asian rhetoric that has occurred over the past year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Korean Americans have decried law enforcement’s and English-language media’s framing of the incident as a sexually motivated crime and not a racially motivated one.
U.S. commitment to Taiwan has grown verbally stronger even as it has become militarily weaker.