Wrong, totally about women. Mao once declared women holds up half of the world. That is equality and is true now, as well.Do people genuinely believe this? When I look at the leaders of China, both political and business, they seem overwhelmingly male. 5% or fewer of people at the highest levels (e.g. Politburo, Central Committee, General, CEO) are female, including a number of seemingly "token" representatives. High caliber women that I know who have lived in both China and the West (US and UK, really, due to my limited network) report intense sexism in China. Ten years ago I might have said that Chinese women have to choose between career success and raising a family, but the two women I know who stayed in China and chose the leadership track would (at least today) say that their sex is still holding them back (and both of them achieved their most rapid advancement outside of the PRC before returning).
Overall, I actually think that China does a better job than the United States at producing extremely high caliber women (from a career perspective), but that once they enter the Chinese workplace there is an overwhelming bias against recognizing their accomplishments and promoting them. Am I wrong?