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The Challenge of Reporting on Women in China, Where Men Control the Narrative Workers during a lunch break in an office tower in Beijing, China. As the rest of the world seems to be making progress toward greater gender equality, however incremental, China has been backsliding. Gilles Sabrié for The New York Times By ​Amy Qin ●July 18, 2019 阅读简体中文版​閱讀繁體中文版 Times Insider​ explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together. There are dozens of them on display at the Museum of Shoes for Bound Feet, not far from the town in China where my mother grew up: colorful, intricately embroidered cloth shoes that fit perfectly in the palm of your hand. When I visited the museum in the southern Chinese province of Sichuan several years ago, I looked down at my big size 9 feet and felt a wave of gratitude that I had been spared the fate that had befallen my great-grandmother and generations of Chinese women before her. Because behind eac...