Today, many Chinese women decided to not follow the old life paths of their mothers or grandmothers which is often to settle down at a young age. Instead, they make their own choices to pursue higher education degree, to compete for better job positions, and to travel abroad for adventures. However, if balancing between traditional and modern values or between Western and Chinese values is often the case, what are the issues these women might need to deal with? What are the experiences they could share with each other?
Listen to CRTV about life style of Chinese girls living abroad!
Donna Chu teaches at the Chinese University Hong Kong. She is specialised in digital media, youth culture and media education. Donna Chu made the film The Vintage about the dreams of a student and his father in Hong Kong. This film was screened in the central library of Amsterdam on 11th of October.
Listen to CRTV’s with Donna Chu about her film and the current situation in Hong Kong.
Alibaba is largest e-commerce platform in China. Two Dutch entrepreneurs, Daphne Tuijn and Angela Tabak, have started an agency to service Dutch companies to open a webshop in China. Listen to CRTV’s interview!
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.