June 2, 2018

On May 7th, my friends and I felt outraged when we saw a banner on the school square that read “Your children can have 26 or 27 Gan die(干爹)”. Gan die (干爹) is a Chinese word used on social media that might be translated as ‘sugar daddy’. Without any hesitation, we protested with a placard saying “This is sexual harassment” in front of the banner and posted a photo online.

This is not the first time that banners like this have be...

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