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see, that is the differents, in western culture, maybe|
woman carries water home (earns money)
and man starts to cook (takes care of house and home)
Pending on where in western culture, it is more likley that you will see both, male and femal working, and both, male and female doing their parts in the house.
And my earlier statement, I was not trying to bash the goverment for its choice in making the law. I was stating simply that the mentality of the average chinese (think farmers are still the majority in china) is that woman are worth less then men. Due to the social traditions of the country, such as the male taking in the parents when they get old and such, I can understand the reason, but may not agree with it personaly.
Simple fact is, a woman in china is currently of less value then a man.
I think this will change in the future, as currently more males are being born, and eventualy a imbalance of men and woman in china will develop. Once this happens the womans status will increase, as she will be more valuable. Simple economics, supply and demand, though i hate to compare products with people, but the princiblle is the same.
If you have allot of one thing, you will not value it as much, if you have little of any one thing you will value the little much higher.
So girls, just hold on, eventualy you will become rare and valueable, even in chinese society.