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Yang Yujiao (China)

Yang came from a relatively well-off rural family but was determined to be independent after high school. She married into an urban impoverished family and worked hard to earn a living with her husband. During pregnancy she took a relatively light job in a packaging factory making aluminum imprints. Yet, it had given her aluminum […]

Cheng Lai Yung (China, Hong Kong SAR)

  Cheng Lai-yung is a female security guard, working at Lingnan University.  She has been working there for five years. Being passionate and responsible, she has improved the environment by safeguarding the peace and building good relationships with students, as well as teachers.   As what Yung said, she had only one duty, which was […]

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Ling (China)

Ling, a lady who are nearly 70 years old now, has worked for Lingnan University almost 6 years. She has joined the cleaning industry for over 30 years, through out these years, she always keep this motto in her mind: Don’t worry, be happy! During the interview, she had repeated this motto nearly five times […]


Workwomen Artel (China, Hong Kong SAR)

Workwomen Artel is founded by Hong Kong Women Workers’ Association. It aims to provide an ideal business environment for women workers and let the shop, teachers and students to support each other, putting social care and support to marginalized groups.   The Artel runs though workers’ equal cooperation. They will also cooperate with each other […]

Fariba Ishrar (Canada)

Student Honors 1,017 Indigenous Women And Girls Murdered In Canada To Bring Awareness To National Crisis Written by Women You Should Know Originally published on Women You Should Know Photo by Women You Should Know After moving from Toronto to Winnipeg last September, 16-year-old Fariba found herself at a new school with a whole new […]