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Women in Macau

Susana Chou Vaz da Luz, also known as Chou Kei Jan, is a female politician in Macau.

Women in Macau, as described by Candice Chio Ngan Ieng, president of the Macau Women's General Association (AGMM), in 2010 are currently defining themselves as capable and irreplaceable powers to Macau's modern-day civilization. This change is happening despite the slowness in the Macanese people's absorption of the ideological concept of gender equality.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ Leung, Natalie Chio Ngan Ieng, Macau Women’s General Association: Men and women are ‘seemingly’ equal, May 8, 2010.

Further reading

  • Pina-Cabral, João de. Between China and Europe: Person, Culture, and Emotion in Macao, Volume 74 of London School of Economics Monographs on Social Anthropology, Berg Publishers, 2002, p. 174 (256 pages), ISBN 0-8264-5749-5, ISBN 978082645749

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