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Title: Chinese Women in the 20th Century (Album)
Category: Publications
Author / editor: Tang Chunfang
Issue / time: 1995
Source: WSIC
Summary: The 300 or more photographs in this album, chosen from a broad body of historical documents, give a true and lifelike representation of women's perseverance and tenacity in their struggle for freedom, equality, peace and progress. The album shows to the world the great changes Chinese women have experienced – from passive dependence to independence and from ignorance to civilization -- and how they have reached out to the world.
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