World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Gender Gap Report benchmarks 144 countries on achieving gender parity across four dimensions: economic opportunity, educational attainment, health outcomes, and political empowerment.
WEF Gender Gap Report
China's sex ratio at birth is the most imbalanced in the world, with only 87 girls born per 100 boys. View
Around 53 percent of Chinese women move onto tertiary education. Globally, only 30 percent of women reach this level of education. View
In 2015, Chinese women earned roughly $5,000 less per year than their male colleagues. View