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As China censors homegrown feminism, a feminist scholar from Japan is on its bestseller lists

  • Kaei Ueno, a Japanese author, explores diverse topics in her books, including misogyny in Japanese society and feminist perspectives on elder care issues in an aging society.
  • Ueno's books have escaped censorship in China because she does not write about China, which is one of the key reasons for their unimpeded publication.
  • In China, feminist ideas are not banned, indicating a potential openness to feminist perspectives in the country.
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