In China, a Lawsuit Galvanizes the Transgender Rights Movement


Days before starting his new job at an events company in the southern city of Guangzhou in February, Eddy decided it was time to have “the talk” with his boss. The 25-year-old — whose name has been changed for privacy reasons — is transgender, and he’d learned through experience that his gender identity might cause... Continue Reading →

China Goes Barking Mad for Therapy Dogs


SHANGHAI — At a rehabilitation center on the outskirts of Shanghai, a mini talent show is about to begin. Eight dogs and their owners are lined up outside a small function room, waiting for their names to be called.One by one, the pooches scamper into the room and perform a series of tricks: shaking hands,... Continue Reading →

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