China's legal system continues to struggle with the political and social complications of its rapid economic development. One of the more glaring tensions in the New China is the treatment of workers in a capitalist economy nested within a socialist political system. This book provides the most complete account to date of the current status of employment discrimination in China, how it affects job applicants and employees, and what the law is doing about it. It assesses employment discrimination lawsuits filed in Chinese court. It also discusses anti-discrimination law research in China.