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Studio interview: Should women dress more appropriately

07-06-2012 20:38 BJT

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A controversy over women’s dress code has sparked a public debate in China. Shanghai subway, China’s busiest system, asked women to dress "properly" to avoid sexual harassment on its official micro-blog... a statement that’s triggered huge debates. Full Story >>

For more on the debate over Subway dress code, we’re joined again by Associate Professor Teng Jimeng from the American Studies Center at Beijing Foreign Studies University. Welcome Professor Teng.

Q1: What’s your opinion on the controversy over women’s dress code, do you think it’s reasonable to ask women to dress "more appropriately"?

Q2: Is there any experience we can learn from abroad?

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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