About Me: Lu Pin,graduated as a master of literature, used to be a senior journalist with experience of ten years,has been working for gender civil organizatons of China from 1999.Her main work area:media gender advocacy,eliminating violence against women,networking of civil gender organizations,and development of alternative media for women.She cooperates and participate s various of research and advocacy projects of gender organizations,presides a weekly alternative electronic media to report the opinion and actions of chinese gender organizations.At the free time,she writes feminism comments for mainstream newspapers.She has been participating the activities about CEDAW in China from 2006,including monitoring and training.Now she is the executive coparter of Media Monitor for women Network(Beijing Gender Culture Communication Center),the member of facilitate group of Gender and Developmen in China(GAD) Network,and member of Anti-Domestic Voilence against Women Network of China law Soiety(ADVN).

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Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

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Welcome Lu Pin!

I am so impressed with your resume and intrigued by your work. I hope that you will share your articles with us through your PulseWire journal. We don't have many members from China, and Chinese women's issues are not currently represented here. I have a personal interest in women's issues in China, as I recently spent a year teaching English at a university in Kunming. I was amazed by the sharpness of my female students - most of who surpassed the work of my male students, but also well aware of the inequalities they faced after college and the social issues my friends dealt with daily - including the criticism for giving birth to a girl, rather than a boy, or the taboo of pre-marital sex and contraception (one friend of mine had 8 abortions by the age of 25). Not to mention the tight control of the media, and limited freedom of speech.

I was not familiar with the networks you mention in your profile and am excited to learn more about those as well!

I do hope that you will utilize your PulseWire journal to bring Chinese women's issues to the front of our community discussions!

In friendship, Jade