#ChinaToo: The Social and Professional Costs of Speaking Out against Sexual Harassment in China

Categories: China 101, Sexual Harassment | By Peter Pang

The fact that sexual harassment is a huge problem in China is virtually beyond dispute. Unfortunately, however, studies indicate that almost all Chinese women are reluctant to speak out about sexual harassment. It has been estimated, for example, that the odds are about 25 to 1 against a university student reporting any given instance of…

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#ChinaToo: Sexual Harassment Training for Your Subsidiary in China

Categories: China 101, Sexual Harassment | By Peter Pang

As mentioned in Part I of this series, in January 2019, the PRC Supreme Court issued a decision that paved the way for sexual harassment lawsuits in China. Before then, sexual harassment lawsuits were impossible, although it was possible to file a lawsuit by recharacterizing the same conduct in a manner that would permit a…

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#ChinaToo?: Sexual Harassment in China and the Long Road Ahead

Categories: Blog, China 101, Sexual Harassment | By Peter Pang

#ChinaToo is a three-part series on sexual harassment in China and the changes that may be coming in the wake of the #MeToo movement in the United States. This article is the first installment in the series. Sexual harassment has never been much of a legal issue in China, at least until the #MeToo movement…

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