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China mulls bolstering laws on women’s rights and sexual harassment

By Rhoda Kwan

21 Dec 2021 · 2 min read

China is considering strengthening its laws on women’s rights to provide more robust protection against gender-based discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace.

The draft regulations come amid the rise of a nascent #MeToo movement in China, which activists say has been hampered by the country’s strict regime of censorship and oppression against all signs of dissent.

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