BBC China editor quits in equal pay row. (BBC)

Does rigged system allow Wall Street to hide sexual-harassment problem? (New Yorker)

The full statement of the women activists attending the Golden Globes. (Quartz)

Women in cryptocurrency flex their muscle. (Bloomberg)

7 very personal stories show why ‘feminism’ is the word of 2017.(NPR)

Sexual harassment explains a lot about why women get paid less. (Bloomberg)

Gender-masking job candidates? What does it say about your company? (New York Times)

Bill set to address low number of women in Japanese politics. (Japan Times)

Will panic buttons on India's mobile phones keep women safe? (Quartz)

Summary of 2017 research into how women are treated at work. (Harvard Business Review)

Chart of the week: Women who experience sexual harassment at work are six-and-a-half times more likely to leave their jobs. 80% leave within two years.
Source: Sexual harassment explains a lot about why women get paid less. (Bloomberg)

Quote of the week

“It is a century since women first won the right to vote in Britain. Let us honour that brave generation by making this the year we win equal pay.”

Carrie Gracie, January 2018
Journalist, Former China Editor, BBC News
Blog post, Carriegrace.com