A movement to pass mothers’ last names to their children is gaining traction in China

A movement to pass mothers’ last names to their children is gaining traction in China

Quartz - Latest stories·2020-04-22 13:35

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A Chinese woman divorced her husband last month, partly she said, because they disagreed about whether their son would carry his or her name. Eventually she agreed their son would use a hyphenated surname consisting of both her and her husband’s last names. “This is the best I could do. At least I’ve let my ex-husband realize that he should not take passing on his surname to his children for granted,” she wrote on social network Weibo late last month.

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