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Social Policies & Pragmatic Tolerance in Amsterdam is a summer programme of the University of Amsterdam. This three-week programme gives international students an in-depth look at some of the social policies of the Netherlands.
Listen to the experiences of three students from China.
Li Yinhe（李银河）is a sociologist,sexologist, and an activist for LGBT rights in People’s Republic of China. She was married to the late writer Wang Xiaobo. Her main academic interests have been sexual norms in contemporary People’s Republic of China, homosexuality, diverse sexual behaviors including sadomasochism, and women’s studies. Li has been active in calling for greater tolerance for nonconventional sexual activities in China.
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Countless Chinese villages have been engulfed by modern cities. They no longer consist of picturesque farms and feng shui groves, but of high-rise buildings so close to each other that they create dark claustrophobic alleys—jammed with dripping air-conditioners, hanging clothes, caged balconies and bundles of buzzing electric wires, and crowned with a small strip of daylight, known as “thin line sky.” At times, buildings stand so close to another they are dubbed “kissing buildings” or “handshake houses”—you can literally reach out from one building and shake hands with your neighbor.
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