Subject Index for China Now (1987 - 1996)

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BIOGRAPHIES

Deng Xiaoping David Wright and Evelyn BrandCN 131
Hart, Robert, 19th century head of Chinese customs Martin LynnCN 125
Hu Qiaomu, party theoretician, obit Simon LongCN 143
Jiang Qing, head of Gang of Four and wife of Mao Zedong, obit Catherine MeekCN 137
Jiang Zemin, party secretary Don GasperCN 131
Li Peng, premier Don GasperCN 131
Liu Shanqing, dissident Robbie BarnettCN 129
Lu Gwei-djen, biochemist, obit Don GasperCN 139
Mao Zedong Jasper BeckerCN 147
Needham, Joseph, 90th birthday tribute Frida KnightCN 135
Needham, Joseph, obituaryCN 152
Nie Rongzhen, marshal, obit Stephen ThompsonCN 141
Wang Hongwen, member of Gang of Four, obit Margaret HolmesCN 142
Wang Xizhe, dissident Robbie BarnettCN 129
Wang Zhen, vice-president, obit Amanda RyderCN 144
Wei Jingsheng, dissident Marie Holzman and Robbie BarnettCN 129, 148
Xu Wenli, dissident Robbie BarnettCN 129
Xu Yangze, dissident Robbie BarnettCN 129
Yang Shangkun, president Angela KnoxCN 131
Yulu Dawa Tsering, Tibetan dissident Robbie BarnettCN 129
Zhao Ziyang, party secretary David Wright and Evelyn BrandCN 131
Zheng He, 15th century navigator Julian MayCN 124
Yang Shu Maggie Holmes CN 151
 

CHINATOWS/CHINESE ABROAD

Action against racism in Britain Jabez LamCN 129
An illegal immigrant in London Zhang BangCN 140
Asylum seekers in Britain Bing Sum LauCN 140
Asylum seekers in Holland Josephine ChuCN 140
Broadcasting for Chinese in Britain Anthony ShangCN 136
Chinatown in Paris Raphael SmithCN 140
Chinatown in Rotterdam Liane Van der LindeCN 145
Chinese identity (poems)selected by David WrightCN 142
Chinese in HungaryAdain LeborCN 140
Chinese in Soho, London Jamie KennyCN 140
Chinese-Malaysian seeks his rootsCN 138
Deng Xiaoping in FranceWang Song and Marie HolzmanCN 140
History of Chinese community in Britain Jenny CleggCN 128
Hong Kong Chinese in Canada D.Kelley LeeCN 138
Interview with actor David Yip Geoff CrothallCN 122
Racism in British schools Terry Chun Nok FunCN 122
 

CITY LIFE

Beijing - Dragon Lake Geoff ClarkeCN 121
Beijing - a historyGeofftey CrothallCN 121
Beijing's nightlife Angie KnoxCN 121
Chengdu and change Denis DwyerCN 120
Guangzhou Martin LockettCN 144
Shanghai development Hua Lei and Corinne PicheuxCN 144
Tianjin's antiques market Patdck DranfieldCN 124
Tianjin - a tourist guide Zhou MingminCN 139
Urban housing Richard KirkbyCN 120
Zhenjiang development Ruth CherringtonCN 120
 

CRIME, LAW AND ORDER

Criminal justice system (two parts) Robin MunroCN 129
Death penaltyJane FlemingCN 129
Drugs and crime Chris TorrensCN 144
Economic crime Paul WingroveCN 129
Hong Kong crime wave Simon WinchesterCN 144
Juvenile delinquency Wang DaweiCN 144
Law suit against a writer David KelloggCN 129
Peasants and the law Mei HongCN 138
Police academy John HilaryCN 129
Police corruption Gao PeiqiCN 144
Prostitution and drugs in SherizhenKate HoylandCN 144
Rural lawcourts Mei HongCN 138
Triads Chu Yiu KongCN 144
 

CULTURE

Ai Jing, singer/songwriter Angie KnoxCN 145
Architecture: Pagoda at Kew Gardens Tim KnoxCN 140
Beijing opera lone MeyerCN 145
Chen Kaige, interview with filmmaker Geoffrey CrothallCN 126
Chinese art in Glasgow Shelagh McPhersonCN 121
Chinese in Britain: a popular cultural view Robert BickersCN 140
Cinema as propaganda tool Julian WardCN 136
Comic books Gail ChesterCN 127
Commercialisation in the arts Geoffrey CrothallCN 145
Cui Jian, interview with a rockstar Stephen HallettCN 136
Cultural generation gap in art and literature Zhao YihengCN 142
FestivalsCN 123
Film industry Shao MujunCN 145
Film in the 1980s Duncan HewittCN 136
Getting married in China Charmain CannonCN 151
Han view of minorities in literature Angela KnoxCN 130
'Heshang' and culture Judy BurrowsCN 131
Lantern festival Marie Luise LatschCN 120
Life as an art student Neil McConnanCN 152
Mid-Autumn Festival Marie-Luise LatschCN 127
Modern artTani HansenCN 130
New wave cinema Zhao YihengCN 128
Photography as cultural icon Liu XinwuCN 136
Rock and pop Kate HoylandCN 143
Sola, interview with singer Patrizia LiberatiCN 130
Traditional ink painting Dot Whittington-SmithCN 153
TV at Spring Festival Jon CannonCN 136
TV as government tool Wei BingCN 136
Western influence on culture Suzanne YatesCN 128
Yangzi river legend Isobel TaskerCN 126
Zhang Yimou, interview with filmmaker Sophia WoodmanCN 129
 

DEFENCE AND SECURITY

Army Mark BrayneCN 131
Beijing's nuclear shelters go commercial Bill SmithCN 148
China and its neighbours (centrefold map)CN 148
Spratly Islands Tim LuardCN 148
Xinjiang and strategic interests Peter FerdinandCN 146
Zhu Chenghu, interview with Chinese colonel Pia McRaeCN 148
 

DISSIDENTS

Asylum seekers in Britain Bing Sum LaoCN 140
Asylum seekers in Holland Josephine ChuCN 140
'Heshang' and Chinese culture Judy BurrowsCN 131
June Fourth movement QDCN 131
Liu Biriyan, exiledjoumalist Tim NunnCN 136
Liu Hongbin, interview with exiled poet Adam ThorpeCN 139
Liu Shanqing Robbie BarnettCN 129
Politics and dissent Robin MunroCN 120
Student life and protests Tony WoodsCN 121
Students and dissent Beth Herzfeld and Sophia WoodmanCN 131
Wang Xizhe Robbie BarnettCN 129
Wei Jingsheng Marie Holzman and Robbie BarnettCN 129, 148
Xu Wenli Robbie BarnettCN 129
Xu Yangze Robbie BarnettCN 129
Yulu Dawa Tsering Robbie BarnettCN 129
 

ECONOMY AND REFORMS

Bankruptcy Osman LamCN 129
Chen Village: Entrepreneurship (three parts) Chen, Madson and UngerCN 145, 146, 147
Critique of rural reforms Jonathan Unger and Jean XiongCN 138
Daur billionaire - a profile Bill SmithCN 147
Commercialisation of the arts Geoffrey CrothallCN 145
Controlling runaway economy Simon LongCN 146
Economic reforms hit universitiesDavid KelloggCN 128
Economic reforms impact on education Lin Jin RongCN 146
Economy post-June Fourth Peter NolanCN 131
Employing the disabled Alison CallawayCN 121
Going commercial Jonathan UngerCN 147
Gulf between rich and poor John GittingsCN 154
Labour reforms Angie KnoxCN 146
Migrant labour Stephen ThompsonCN 143
Rural reforms impact on Dazhai (two parts) Williarn WintonCN 125, 126
Russian entrepreneurs in China Kate HoylandCN 140
Stockmarkets Teng ZhongqinCN 146
Tibet and economic reform Fuchsia DunlopCN 147
Urban unemployment Bill SmithCN 154
 

EDUCATION

Chinese studies in British schools Jenny CleggCN 123
Chronic problems in educationHuang ShunxingCN 150
Confucian principles in education Mao YanCN 137
Comparison to British schooling Haimo Lee and Zhu BinCN 150
Economic reforms hit universities David KelloggCN 128
Economic Pressures Kate HoylandCN 150
Educational reforms Shirin RaiCN 120
Impact of commercialisation on educationLin Jin RongCN 146
Modern language teaching Sarah ThomasCN 150
Primary school life Sophia WoodmanCN 125
Private Education Wang XinJianCN 150
Racism and British schools Terry Chun Nok FungCN 122
School system Peter MaugerCN 123
Secondary school Elizabeth PlackettCN 122
Student life and protestsTony WoodsCN 121
Students and dissent Beth Herzfeld and Sophia WoodmanCN 131
Teaching deaf children Jamie CohenCN 150
Teaching English in remote areas Gertrude RowlandCN 120
 

ENVIRONMENT

Air Pollution Zhong Bu and Xu ChengshiCN 149
Eco-tourism Laera DangerfieldCN 153
Environment vs progress Richard EdmondsCN 133
Environmental problems Katherine ForestierCN 133
Environmental impact assessmentCN 153
Floods in eastern China Alain GuangdiCN 138
Hebei's dried up lake Xu Chengshi and Zhong BuCN 146
Impression of British environmentCN 153
Nuclear power and environment Geoffrey CrothallCN 133
Price of Development Zhang JunzuoCN 153
Recycling Jon CannonCN 133
South China Martin Haigh and Derek ElsomCN 122
Three Gorges/Yangzi River David Goodman, Valerie WaggottCN 126, 146
Three gorge re-settlement policy Min HeCN 153
Tibet and environmental degradation Robbie BamettCN 133
Tiger - usage in TCM Vivian LoCN 153
Urban renewal and destruction Ruth CherringtonCN 133
Wolong panda reserve Hilary Spiers and Nancy NashCN 133
WWF project in XishuangbannaCN 133
 

FOOD AND NUTRITION

Diet and Health Kate HoylandCN 149
Ginseng: what it can do Tiffany BownCN 134
Health properties of Chinese cuisine Tiffany BownCN 134
Mysteries of Meals Kenneth LoCN 149
Nutrition in China Mark Selden and Chen JunshiCN 143
Ostentatious Dining Meng FanCN 149
Recipes Bo LimCN 132
Rituals and Symbolism of Food Stuart ThompsonCN 149
What's in a Chinese supermarket? Bo LimCN 136
 

FOREIGN POLICY

Asia-Pacific co-operation Georg SchmidtCN 146
China and Europe Amanda Ryder and Fan Cheuk WanCN 140
China and Eastern Europe Georg SchmidtCN 140
China India and Tibet Premen AddyCN 135
China and North Korea Duncan HewittCN 148
 

GEOGRAPHY

Guangxi limestone towers Tony WalthamCN 125
Yangzi RiverCN 126
 

HEALTH

AIDS Gill CrabbeCN 134
Disabled children Kate SydenhamCN 142
Disabled, employment of Alison CallawayCN 121
Elderly, care of Sarah HarperCN 134
Ginseng: what it can do Tiffany BownCN 134
Health properties of foods Tiffany BownCN 134
Herbal medicine among Dai peopleKate Molesworth-StorerCN 125
Hospital in Chongqing Elsya Speechly-DickCN 134
Infertility treatment Sarah WaldramCN 134
Mental illness treatment Veronica PearsonCN 134
Privatisation of health care Sheila HillierCN 134
Tiger - usage in TCM Vivian LoCN 153
Tobacco industry impact on health Judith MackayCN 134
Western cigarettes Gao FengfengCN 152
 

HISTORY

1912 Republic Graham HutchingsCN 124
A tourist in the 1930sInnes HerdanCN 139
Beijing -- a history Geoffrey CrothallCN 121
Beijing Hotel -- a history Peter HibbardCN 137
Burma Road Henry RodwellCN 139
China discovers Europe R.G.TiedemanCN 140
China Britain relations: Amethyst incident 1949 Derek BryanCN 126
China-Britain relations: Treaty of Versailles Peter RichardsCN 128
Chinese revolutionaries in France Wang Song and Marie HolzrnanCN 140
Cultural Revolution China -- a visit Frida KnightCN 139
Cultural Revolution in Shaanxi -- re-educationWang XiaoqiangCN 138
Cultural Revolution -- re-education in countryside Liu WeiCN 138
Famine of 1959-61 Penny KaneCN 133
Great Leap Forward Bill BruggerCN 131
Han-minority conflict - a history Terry CannonCN 135
Long March hostage Alfred BosshardtCN 137
Manchus -- a history Amanda RyderCN 135
Marco Polo's travels (excerpts)CN 140
Matteo Ricci Sylvia KrebsCN 148
Missionaries up the Yangzi River in 1800s Christine CullingfordCN 126
Opium Wars R.G.TiedemanCN 132
Qin Shihuang's legacy David WrightCN 137
Religious movements underground R.G.TiedemanCN 137
Tianananmen's significance Jon CannonCN 131
Travels in Tartary and Tibet (excerpts) M.Gabet and HucCN 139
Victorian, Edwardian view of Chinese P.J.WallerCN 127
 

HONG KONG

Censorship in Hong Kong press Jill McGiveringCN 147
China and Britain: broken promisesMichael SidaCN 132
Chinese culture in Hong Kong Charmian SuttillCN 132
Crime wave in Hong Kong Simon WinchesterCN 144
Economy of Hong Kong Ken DaviesCN 132
Martin Lee, a profile Duncan HewittCN 132
Prostitution in Hong Kong Veronica PearsonCN 130
Xinhua News Agency in Hong Kong a 'special correspondent'CN 132
 

HUMOUR

Monkey businessRobin MunroCN 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127
Chinese sense of humour Alexi VoskressenskiCN 154
 

INDUSTRY

Anshan steel works Jan WoodCN 127
Aviation industry Arif ZamanCN 149
Co-operatives Jenny CleggCN 150
Industrial unrest Anita ChanCN 150
Working conditions Trini LeungCN 153
 

LITERATURE

'Aria for the City Bus' extract Liu XinwuCN 124
'The Butcher's Wife' excerpts Li AngCN 132
'Chinese Profiles' extracts Zhang Xinxin and Sang YeCN 138
'Death of a Fish' Ned HerringboneCN 127
'Dry Ravine' excerpts Yang ZhengguangCN 145
'Father's Milk is Also Blood Transformed' extract Dai HouyingCN 127
'Half of Man is Woman' extract Zhang XianliangCN 130
'The Homecoming Stranger'Shi Mo (Zhao Zhenkai/Bel Dao)CN 121
'Leaden Wings' extract Zhang JieCN 120
'Memory and Exile', two prose pieces Liu HongbinCN 139
'Miscarriage' Tang MinCN 128
'Mulberry and Peach: Two Women of China' extracts Hualing NiehCN 126
'New Life' Hao JunCN 130
Phrase and Fable N.C.DooCN 120, 122, 123, 124, 126, 128
'Show Me the Colour of Your Tongue' excerpts Ma JianCN 130
'The Widow' Zhang XianCN 122
Writing and exileYang LianCN 153
 

LITERARY CRITICISM

Han Suyin, interview with author Margaret HolmesCN 144
Jung Chang, interview with author Angie KnoxCN 140
New literature Zhao YihengCN 136
Women's writing Wang QingyuCN 142
Women's writing and images of women Kang HongjinCN 122
 

MAO ZEDONG

Mao Zedong Jasper BeckerCN 147
Mao badges Judy MantonCN 125
 

MEDIA

Censorship in Hong Kong Jill McGiveringCN 147
David Yip, interview with actor Geoffrey CrothallCN 122
Feminist journal reviewed Dorothy SteinCN 130.
Radio phone-ins John HilaryCN 147
TV as propaganda Wei BingCN 136
Western media reporting on China Robbie BarnettCN 131
Women's magazines Harriet EvansCN 147, 130
Women's role portrayed in media Razia AzizCN 130
Working in the Chinese media Lisa WangCN 147
Xinhua News Agency's role in Hong Kong 'special correspondent'CN 132
Development of film industry Paul BaileyCN 151
History of the Chinese Film Jo WinterCN 151
New Chinese Cinema Xie JiakuyzCN 151
Profile of Yang Shu Maggie Holmes CN 151
Chinese Films Paul CheungCN 151
 

MINORITY NATIONALITIES

Chinese view of Tibetans Xiao PangCN 135
Dai people in Yunnan Kate Molesworth-StorerCN 125
Daur in Mongolia Bill SmithCN 147
East-West development Wang XiaoqiangCN 143
Han-minority conflict Terry CannonCN 135
Han view of minorities Angie KnoxCN 130
Kazakhs Tani HansenCN 137
Koreans in North-East China Angie KnoxCN 143
Manchus Amanda RyderCN 137
Muslims Michael DillonCN 135
Muslims in Shanghai Sarah WaldramCN 135
Muslims in Xinjiang Michael DillonCN 148
Tibet Fuchsia DunlopCN 147
Tibet and the Dalai Lama Chris MullinCN 137
Uygurs in Xinjiang Ruth CherringtonCN 142
Uygurs: interview with separatist Malike Mahmet Jon CannonCN 137
Xinjiang Peter FerdinandCN 146
 

PARTY AND POLITICS

Democracy and human rights Robbie BarnettCN 129
Leadership and politics Cyril LinCN 131
Lei Feng and other models Fuchsia DunlopCN 148
Party and rule of law Robin MunroCN 129
Politics and dissent Robin MunroCN 120
Reeducation in countryside during Cultural Revolution Liu WeiCN 138
Village visit, unauthorised Audrey MindlinCN 128
 

PEOPLE

Ageing society Sarah HarperCN 142
British view of Chinese P.J.WallerCN 127
ChildcareCatherine ChorleyCN 142
Children, 'Little Emperors' Kate HoylandCN 142
Children's views Li Si and Hilary SpiersCN 123
Chinese and Westerners view of each otherAmanda Ryder and Jane FlemingCN 140
The Cyclist, from 'Chinese Profiles'Zhang Xinxin and Sang YeCN 125
Dazhai voicesGeoffrey CrothallCN 126
Elderly, care of Sarah HarperCN 134
Elderly, in urban areas Maria JaschokCN 120
Homosexuality Sophia WoodmanCN 130
Making friends in China Eileen MastersonCN 122
Matchmaker, a profile Chao Yang and Hilary SpiersCN 130
Migrant labour Stephen ThompsonCN 143
'Miscarriage' short story Tang MinCN 128
One-child family policy Denise ChaiCN 142
Popcorn seller, a profile Jan WoodCN 128
Population policy Dorothy SteinCN 133
Regional stereotypes John HilaryCN 143
Rich Peasants, from 'Chinese Profiles'Zhang Xinxin and Sang YeCN 138
Twins, bringing up Alison CallawayCN 145
Western popular cultural view of Chinese Robert BickersCN 140
Western view of Chinese -- a critique Gao ChangfangCN 125
Nation of Grannys David PhillipsCN 152
Urban unemployment Bill SmithCN 154
 

REGIONS

China - centrefold map with notesCN 135
China's regions David WrightCN 143
Chinese immigrant in Xinjiang, interview Angela KnoxCN 135
East-West development Wang XiaoqiangCN 143
Federalism Yan JiaqiCN 143
Gansu travels Zhong MingCN 124
Great Wall, journey along Robin Hanbury-TenisonCN 141
Guangdong Martin LockettCN 144
Guangdong: Chen Village Chan, Madsen and UngerCN 145, 146, 147
Guangxi - limestone towers Tony WalthamCN 125
Mongolia Jasper BeckerCN 143
Regional decentralisation Peter FerdinandCN 143
Regional stereotypes John HilaryCN 143
Shandong and reform Gordon White and Bob BenewickCN 143
Shanghai: city plan for 2000 Hua Lei and Corinne RicheuxCN 144
Sichuan David CrookCN 148
Taklamakan Desert expedition Charles BlackmoreCN 148
Three Gorges/Yangzi River Valerie WaggottCN 146
Tibet Fuchsia DunlopCN 147
Tibet and the Dalai Lama Chris MullinCN 137
Tibet and environment Robbie BamettCN 133
Tumen Wver (NE China) Angie KnoxCN 143
Xiamen Charles TyzackCN 143
Xinjiang Ruth CherringtonCN 142
Xinjiang Peter FerdinandCN 146
Xinjiang's Muslims Michael DillonCN 148
Yunnan's Dai people Kate Molesworth-StorerCN 125
Inner Mongolian Disunity Alan SandersCN 149
Three gorge re-settlement policy Min HeCN 153
Jiang Zemin's policy on the regionsCN 154
Historical perspective on regional development Robbie BarnettCN 154
 

RELIGION

China's religions Bob WhyteCN 123
Christian missionary revival Robbie BarnettCN 137
Confucian principles Mao YanCN 137
Fengshui or Geomancy, an accountAngie KnoxCN 137
Matteo Ricci Sylvia KrebsCN 148
Missionaries up the Yangzi in 1800s Christine CullingfordCN 126
Muslims Michael DillonCN 148
Religious movements underground R.G.TiedemanCN 137
Religious revival in rural areas Stephan FeuchtwangCN 138
 

RURAL LIFE

Chen Village (Guangdong) Chan, Madsen and UngerCN 145, 146, 147
Dazhai: impact of rural reforms William HintonCN 125, 126
Dazhai voices, translatedGeoffrey CrothallCN 126
Peasants and the law Mei HongCN 138
Rural lawcourts Mei HongCN 138
Rural reforms: a critique Jonathan Unger and Jean XiongCN 138
Sexism in the rural communityGrace StandenCN 152
Shaanxi: reeducation during Cultural Revolution Wang XiaoqiangCN 138
Shanxi village life Belinda BurrCN 127
Shashiyu: changes in model collective Jenny CleggCN 138
Village visit, unauthorised Audrey MindlinCN 128
 

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Chinese artefacts in Science Museum John Van RiemsdijkCN 127
Scientists' role Charles BoyleCN 121
Information super-highway Catherine McKinleyCN 154
 

SPORT AND LEISURE

Beijing's Dragon Lake Geoff ClarkeCN 121
Beijing's nightlifeAngie KnoxCN 121
Chinese chess David WrightCN 141
Exercises, morning Jan WoodCN 141
FootballMao YanCN 141
Gambling Chris TorrensCN 141
Go Zhang ShutaiCN 141
Golf Chris TorrensCN 141
Horse ride along Great Wall Robin Hanbury-TenisonCN 141
Mountaineering, interview with Xi Jianjun Barbara IrelandCN 141
Olympic team Kate LiangCN 142
Olympic bid by China Kate HoylandCN 141
Sporting culture Robin JonesCN 141
Sports stars abroadMao YanCN 141
Taijiquan Li YaqingCN 141
 

TAIWAN

Political change Georg SchmidtCN 144
Status of Taiwan Simon LongCN 132
Taiwanese Political Developments Michael Rand HoareCN 151
Halting the sex trade Rachel MorarjeeCN 154
Poet Lo Fu interview Paul CheungCN 154
 

TOURISM AND TRAVEL

Beijing Hotel -- a history Peter HibbardCN 137
Cultural Revolution visit Frida KnightCN 139
Eco-tourism Laera DangerfieldCN 153
Gansu -- a visit Zhong MingCN 124
Sichuan visit in 1930s and 1980s Jessie ParfittCN 122
Tianjin -- a tourist guide Zhou MingminCN 139
Tourism and development Ma RuilinCN 139
Tourism and development Diane SedgleyCN 139
Tourist anecdotesJohn HilaryCN 139
A tourist in the 1930s Innes HerdanCN 139
Train travel Isobet TaskerCN 124
Trans-Siberian train ride Christopher KnowlesCN 139
Travellers' hintsJane FlemingCN 128
Travelling in China Colin ThubronCN 124
Western tourists' view of China Wang RuixueCN 139
Yangzi River journey in 1880s (extract) Isabella BirdCN 126
 

TRANSPORT

'Aria for the City Bus' short story extract Liu Xinwu CN 124
Steam trains Rhys OwenCN 124
Traffic policeman's diary Wang HengCN 124
Train travel Isobel TaskerCN 124
 

WOMEN

Feminist journal reviewed Dorothy SteinCN 130
Matchmaker, a profile Chao Yang and Hilary SpiersCN 130
'Miscarriage' short story Tang MinCN 128
'New Life' short story Hao JunCN 130
Perception of Western women Mary Hennock, Paul Cheung, Bill SmithCN 152
Sexism in the rural communityGrace StandenCN 152
Sola, interview with woman singer Patrizia LiberatiCN 130
'The Widow' short story Zhang XianCN 122
Women's magazine Harriet EvansCN 130, 147
Women's roles in reform Shirin RaiCN 125
Women's role portrayed in media Razia AzizCN 130
Women's writingWang QingyuCN 142
Women's writing and, images of women Kang HongjinCN 122
Nation of Grannys David PhillipsCN 152
Glass ceiling for women Luke Van HultenCN 152
Women's rights Mei HongCN 152

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