From chatroom to courtroom: China’s #MeToo movement takes legal turn

FILE PHOTO: Job seekers attend a job fair at the Human Resources Development Bureau of Hainan province in Haikou, China September 8, 2018. TREUTERS/Stringer

BEIJING (Reuters) – When a former intern at China’s state broadcaster wrote in July about being groped and forcibly kissed by one of the country’s most recognizable television stars, her story ignited a social media firestorm in a country where a backlash against sexual harassment was growing. Now her case is set to go before […]

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