Feminism Essay | The American Woman Vs. the Chinese Woman

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The American Woman Vs. the Chinese Woman

Summary: Compares feminist culture in China and the United States. Contends that the value of women has increased in China wile decreasing in America. Provides literary references to illustrate the point.
Across cultures, many times similarities lay within them that go unnoticed. It is true that obvious differences set them apart; but if a closer look is taken, it is surprising what can be found. The Chinese culture is obviously different from the American culture, but underneath the surface there are similarities. One of them is how the treatment of women has evolved and changed. Anti-feminism in China has been present since ancient times, and has just recently decreased. Anti-feminism in America has never been as severe as it was in China; however, instead of the value of women gradually increasing over the years - it has reversed. The value of women in America has decreased. There are many similarities between the ancient Chinese women and the modern women of America. Women in China and women in America have both gone through evolutions of...

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