Exclusive interviews with 16 Chinese female artists, entrepreneurs, writers, scientists, and athletes: Li Jingmei, Sissi Chao, Jill Tang, Xing Danwen, Shirley Ying Han, Echo He, Xia Jia, Xue Mo, Meng Du, PeiJu Chien-Pott, Jiayu Liu, Qu Lan, Tiffany Chan, Xiong Jingnan, Gia Wang, Chen Jie.
Although things are slowly changing around the world and many women have conquered with their own commitment relevant professions for which they are able to work, it has not always been possible for everyone to achieve this goal. Sometimes some women encountered sabotage on their freedom and dreams, even from the people they loved and those they believed in. Women should have the opportunities and chances to be the best version of themselves. This is not girls vs boys, women vs men, or us vs them. It’s about we + they = us. Since we all deserve opportunities. Dedicated to all the women that work hard, with perseverance to reach their path and dreams in different fields, each one in their own personal way. To all who are making a positive difference in the lives of others. The women talking in this issue have kindly agreed to share their personal stories, passions, dreams, challenges, and difficulties faced along their path and career. They are all inspiring women who are passionate about their jobs that create their own opportunities.
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