Has the Communist Party of China (CPC) fully liberated Chinese women? Is the leadership of the CPC the key to Chinese women’s liberation in the twenty-first century? The CPC has tried to convince the Chinese people and international society to believe that the answer is positive. Having examined the status of Chinese women from an historical perspective, the author has reached the conclusion that women’s problems in present-day China are not only serious but also structural. It is impossible for Chinese women to fully enjoy women’s rights within the current communist system. The future of women’s liberation largely depends on women’s own efforts combined with the process of China’s modernization and the urgent need for democratization.
"Keys to Women’s Liberation in Communist China: An Historical Overview,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 5:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol5/iss1/4