China: Report on Sexual Assault

Patrick Lozada and James Griffiths from Shanghaiist explained on the findings of a report that found that around 50 percent of Chinese men admit to sexually assaulting their partners:

In publishing our original post, and this follow up, we are not seeking to demonise Chinese men […] Domestic violence is a serious issue in China, but one that the government has long dragged its heals on and shown little inclination to deal with.


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