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A grandmother, who grew up during the Japanese occupation (1931-1941), says she has never had any dreams of her own. A mother, who was assigned a job as a saleswoman during the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976), wishes she had been a soldier. A daughter who is a post-80s only child, a ‘leftover woman’ (by Chinese standards) and a proud burlesque performer.
Three generations of Chinese women talk of childhood, marriage, work and dreams, describing how life has dramatically changed for Chinese women over the course of a century.
"I love being on stage, I love the spotlight. I dream about an international career as a performer."