Silenced at home, finding a voice overseas: China’s feminists cultivate the expatriate community

//Silenced at home, finding a voice overseas: China’s feminists cultivate the expatriate community

Silenced at home, finding a voice overseas: China’s feminists cultivate the expatriate community

“We support Jingyao!”“I’m not a perfect victim!”“We believe in survivors!”“We support #MeToo in China!”On Sunday evening, about 60 feminists, mostly Chinese nationals, formed a human chain on the streets of New York City’s Lower East Side. They chanted slogans and held signs in solidarity with Liu Jingyao – a Chinese student at the University of Minnesota who has sued billionaire JD.com CEO Richard Liu over alleged rape – and also called out support for the thwarted #MeToo movement in China…

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