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B for Busy: A Rose with Thorns in the Post-Feminist Era

Xiqing Qin

Translated by: Jingnan Zhang, Communication University of China, Beijing, China.
Corresponding author: Xiqing Qin, Chinese National Academy of Arts, Beijing, China, E-mail:

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Published Online: 2022-06-23
Published in Print: 2022-05-25

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