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Women of history who shaped the world, from a Hawaiian queen to a Chinese empress

Colour restoration of official portrait of Queen Liliuokalani. Image: Digital work by Mark James via Wikimedia Commons

Joseph Losavio

Community Specialist, Infrastructure and Development Initiatives, World Economic Forum

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Byzantine mosaic in Basilica of San Vitale, Ravenna, depicting Empress Theodora flanked by a chaplain and a court lady. Image: Wikimedia Commons
Liliʻuokalani with hanai son and group of four women Image: Wikimedia Commons
Wu Zetian diorama at Sui-Tang Gallery, Henan Provincial Museum, Zhengzhou. Image: Gary Todd, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons
Yaa Asantewaa statue at the Yaa Asantewaa Museum locate at Ejisu. Image: Noahalorwu via Wikimedia Commons
A statue of Trung Sisters in Ho Chi Minh City. Image: Amore Mio via Wikimedia Commons

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