Menstrual leave in Asia works like this: “No one asks for it for fear of losing a job”


Japan, South Korea, Indonesia and Taiwan were the first in Asia to regulate menstrual loss, yet it had little effect on the female population

Women walking on the street in Taipei, Taiwei
Women walk on the street in Taipei, Taiwan.chiang ying-yingap photo
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in March 2021In Liaoning, a province in northeastern China with about 44 million people, a local government regulation came into force. All working women have the right to demand repeated menstrual leave from their company.

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