Global ‘Me Too’ Movement Against Sexual Assault Hits Chinese Academia
Chinese universities have been rocked in recent weeks by sexual-assault allegations against two academics as the “Me Too” movement extends from the U.S. into China.
One of the accusations, leveled against a prominent scientist from an aeronautics research institute in Beijing, was prompted by the movement that began in the U.S. in the wake of numerous sexual-assault allegations leveled against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, according to Luo Qianqian, the woman who documented the alleged Beijing attack.
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