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Narrow social life traps women in poverty
The narrow social networks of rural women on the Chinese mainland are the main cause of their higher poverty and unemployment rates, gender studies experts said at a forum on grassroots women over the weekend.
· Not ready to retire: many women wish to work beyond 55
· UNICEF seeks $1.4 bln to assist women, children
· Women could feed millions more if given equal rights, UN
· China pledges to protect rights of female employees
· Free health check-ups offered to 50,000 female workers in Xinjiang
· Breast cancer rise linked to bad lifestyle


Status Quo of Chinese Women
Status Quo of Chinese Women Chinese women are playing an increasingly important role in family and public affairs, said Chairwoman of the All-China Women's Federation.
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