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CHINA-SKATEBOARDING/
RTS9P4HB 
July 09, 2022 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, plays with children amid bubbles, during... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Amid COVID shutdowns, Chinese women flock to skateboarding 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, plays with children amid bubbles, during an activity she organised, at a camping site in Beijing, China July 9, 2022. Zhao, who organises children activities, gave surfskating a try in May when she was unable to host events due to the lockdown. "Through this sport, what we want to explore more is ourselves. Being ourselves is more important than the world's stereotypical view of us," she said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH “CHINA WANG SKATEBOARDING” FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH “WIDER IMAGE” FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-SKATEBOARDING/
RTS9P4HA 
July 08, 2022 
Leng Ning, 39, Mina Zhao's husband, places his hand on their son, Leng Buding, 7, who got a new skateboarder... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Amid COVID shutdowns, Chinese women flock to skateboarding 
Leng Ning, 39, Mina Zhao's husband, places his hand on their son, Leng Buding, 7, who got a new skateboarder shaped haircut, in Beijing, China July 8, 2022. Zhao, 40, who organises children activities, gave surfskating a try in May when she was unable to host events due to the lockdown. "Through this sport, what we want to explore more is ourselves. Being ourselves is more important than the world's stereotypical view of us," she said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH “CHINA WANG SKATEBOARDING” FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH “WIDER IMAGE” FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-SKATEBOARDING/
RTS9P4H9 
July 08, 2022 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, rides a skateboard during a practise... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Amid COVID shutdowns, Chinese women flock to skateboarding 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, rides a skateboard during a practise session in Beijing, China July 8, 2022. Zhao, who organises children activities, gave surfskating a try in May when she was unable to host events due to the lockdown. "Through this sport, what we want to explore more is ourselves. Being ourselves is more important than the world's stereotypical view of us," she said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH “CHINA WANG SKATEBOARDING” FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH “WIDER IMAGE” FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-SKATEBOARDING/
RTS9P4H7 
July 08, 2022 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, interacts with her son Leng Buding, 7,... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Amid COVID shutdowns, Chinese women flock to skateboarding 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, interacts with her son Leng Buding, 7, and husband Leng Ning, 39 as she practises surfskating in Beijing, China July 8, 2022. Zhao, who organises children activities, gave surfskating a try in May when she was unable to host events due to the lockdown. "Through this sport, what we want to explore more is ourselves. Being ourselves is more important than the world's stereotypical view of us," she said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH “CHINA WANG SKATEBOARDING” FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH “WIDER IMAGE” FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CHINA-SKATEBOARDING/
RTS9P4H8 
July 06, 2022 
Zheng Yue, 27, a member of Mina Zhao's women club, applies medicine on fellow member Zhang Meixi, 33,... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Amid COVID shutdowns, Chinese women flock to skateboarding 
Zheng Yue, 27, a member of Mina Zhao's women club, applies medicine on fellow member Zhang Meixi, 33, after she fell from her skateboard during a practise session, at a restaurant in Beijing, China July 6, 2022. Zhao, 40, who organises children activities, gave surfskating a try in May when she was unable to host events due to the lockdown. "Through this sport, what we want to explore more is ourselves. Being ourselves is more important than the world's stereotypical view of us," she said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH “CHINA WANG SKATEBOARDING” FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH “WIDER IMAGE” FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-SKATEBOARDING/
RTS9P4H1 
July 06, 2022 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, waves goodbye to her mother, Zhang Wenmin,... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Amid COVID shutdowns, Chinese women flock to skateboarding 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, waves goodbye to her mother, Zhang Wenmin, 69, before leaving home for a practise session with her women's club, in Beijing, China July 6, 2022. Zhao, who organises children activities, gave surfskating a try in May when she was unable to host events due to the lockdown. "Through this sport, what we want to explore more is ourselves. Being ourselves is more important than the world's stereotypical view of us," she said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH “CHINA WANG SKATEBOARDING” FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH “WIDER IMAGE” FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-SKATEBOARDING/
RTS9P4H3 
July 02, 2022 
Mina Zhao, 40, who is a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, sits in a car as her son, Leng... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Amid COVID shutdowns, Chinese women flock to skateboarding 
Mina Zhao, 40, who is a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, sits in a car as her son, Leng Buding, 7, falls asleep on her lap on their way home, after a free weekly training session, in Beijing, China July 3, 2022. Zhao, who organises children activities, gave surfskating a try in May when she was unable to host events due to the lockdown. "Through this sport, what we want to explore more is ourselves. Being ourselves is more important than the world's stereotypical view of us," she said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH “CHINA WANG SKATEBOARDING” FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH “WIDER IMAGE” FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-SKATEBOARDING/
RTS9P4H0 
July 02, 2022 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, plays with her son, Leng Buding, 7,... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Amid COVID shutdowns, Chinese women flock to skateboarding 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, plays with her son, Leng Buding, 7, at a farm, on the outskirts of Beijing, China July 2, 2022. Zhao, who organises children activities, gave surfskating a try in May when she was unable to host events due to the lockdown. "Through this sport, what we want to explore more is ourselves. Being ourselves is more important than the world's stereotypical view of us," she said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH “CHINA WANG SKATEBOARDING” FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH “WIDER IMAGE” FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-SKATEBOARDING/
RTS9P4GZ 
July 02, 2022 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, and her son, Leng Buding, 7, eat dinner... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Amid COVID shutdowns, Chinese women flock to skateboarding 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, and her son, Leng Buding, 7, eat dinner after a free weekly training session, at a restaurant in Beijing, China July 2, 2022. Zhao, who organises children activities, gave surfskating a try in May when she was unable to host events due to the lockdown. "Through this sport, what we want to explore more is ourselves. Being ourselves is more important than the world's stereotypical view of us," she said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH “CHINA WANG SKATEBOARDING” FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH “WIDER IMAGE” FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-SKATEBOARDING/
RTS9P4GW 
June 30, 2022 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, puts on a pair of newly bought sneakers... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Amid COVID shutdowns, Chinese women flock to skateboarding 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, puts on a pair of newly bought sneakers before a practise session, at home in Beijing, China June 30, 2022. Zhao, who organises children activities, gave surfskating a try in May when she was unable to host events due to the lockdown. "Through this sport, what we want to explore more is ourselves. Being ourselves is more important than the world's stereotypical view of us," she said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH “CHINA WANG SKATEBOARDING” FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH “WIDER IMAGE” FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-SKATEBOARDING/
RTS9P4GH 
June 30, 2022 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, rides a skateboard during a practise... 
Beijing, China 
The Wider Image: Amid COVID shutdowns, Chinese women flock to skateboarding 
Mina Zhao, 40, a member of Beijing Girls Surfskating Community, rides a skateboard during a practise session, as her son, Leng Buding, 7, plays with slalom cones, at an industrial park in Beijing, China June 30, 2022. Zhao, who organises children activities, gave surfskating a try in May when she was unable to host events due to the lockdown. "Through this sport, what we want to explore more is ourselves. Being ourselves is more important than the world's stereotypical view of us," she said. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH “CHINA WANG SKATEBOARDING” FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH “WIDER IMAGE” FOR ALL STORIES. 
MEXICO-AUTOS/ELECTRIC
RTS6NHC4 
March 11, 2022 
Maria Elena Cruz Perez checks a tool while working on a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto plant,... 
Puebla, Mexico 
Electric car built by women breaks stereotypes in Mexico 
Maria Elena Cruz Perez checks a tool while working on a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto plant, Mexico's first electric car brand built mainly by women, in Puebla, Mexico March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Imelda Medina 
MEXICO-AUTOS/ELECTRIC
RTS6NHBZ 
March 11, 2022 
Employees work on a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto plant, Mexico's first electric car brand... 
Puebla, Mexico 
Electric car built by women breaks stereotypes in Mexico 
Employees work on a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto plant, Mexico's first electric car brand built mainly by women, in Puebla, Mexico March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Imelda Medina 
MEXICO-AUTOS/ELECTRIC
RTS6NH4J 
March 11, 2022 
An employee checks documents next to a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto plant, Mexico's first... 
Puebla, Mexico 
Electric car built by women breaks stereotypes in Mexico 
An employee checks documents next to a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto plant, Mexico's first electric car brand built mainly by women, in Puebla, Mexico March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Imelda Medina 
MEXICO-AUTOS/ELECTRIC
RTS6NH4O 
March 11, 2022 
An employee works on a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto plant, Mexico's first electric car... 
Puebla, Mexico 
Electric car built by women breaks stereotypes in Mexico 
An employee works on a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto plant, Mexico's first electric car brand built mainly by women, in Puebla, Mexico March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Imelda Medina 
MEXICO-AUTOS/ELECTRIC
RTS6NH33 
March 11, 2022 
The logo of Zacua is pictured on a car at the plant, Mexico's first electric car brand built mainly by... 
Puebla, Mexico 
Electric car built by women breaks stereotypes in Mexico 
The logo of Zacua is pictured on a car at the plant, Mexico's first electric car brand built mainly by women, in Puebla, Mexico March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Imelda Medina 
MEXICO-AUTOS/ELECTRIC
RTS6NH35 
March 11, 2022 
An employee works next to a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto plant, Mexico's first electric... 
Puebla, Mexico 
Electric car built by women breaks stereotypes in Mexico 
An employee works next to a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto plant, Mexico's first electric car brand built mainly by women, in Puebla, Mexico March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Imelda Medina 
MEXICO-AUTOS/ELECTRIC
RTS6NGX1 
March 11, 2022 
An employee checks tools next to a car at the Zacua auto plant assembly line, Mexico's first electric... 
Puebla, Mexico 
Electric car built by women breaks stereotypes in Mexico 
An employee checks tools next to a car at the Zacua auto plant assembly line, Mexico's first electric car brand built mainly by women, in Puebla, Mexico March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Imelda Medina 
MEXICO-AUTOS/ELECTRIC
RTS6NGH5 
March 11, 2022 
Maria Elena Cruz Perez works on the electrical system of a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto... 
Puebla, Mexico 
Electric car built by women breaks stereotypes in Mexico 
Maria Elena Cruz Perez works on the electrical system of a car at the assembly line of the Zacua auto plant, Mexico's first electric car brand built mainly by women, in Puebla, Mexico March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Imelda Medina 
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Spotlight 
Saudi women knock-out stereotype with Fight Club 
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Spotlight 
Seven-year-old Italian influencer challenges disability stereotypes 
23 PICTURES 
MUSIC-BEATLES/AUCTION
RTS34ZNR 
March 06, 2020 
John Lennon and Yoko Ono's drawing of BAGISM, a term the couple created to satirize stereotyping, that... 
Torrence, UNITED STATES 
John Lennon and Yoko Ono's drawing of BAGISM, a term the couple created to satirize stereotyping, that... 
John Lennon and Yoko Ono's drawing of BAGISM, a term the couple created to satirize stereotyping, that was featured in their 1969 "Bed Peace" documentary, is displayed in a Julien's Auctions warehouse in Torrence, California, U.S. March 5, 2020. REUTERS/Jane Ross 
GLOBAL-POY/SPORTS
RTS2V5LT 
December 16, 2019 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she... 
Ningbo, China 
Sports Pictures of the Year 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she heads to Taiwan for her Asia Female Continental Super Flyweight Championship match, September 23, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A woman is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "POY SPORTS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2019 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
GLOBAL-POY/
RTX7BPS0 
December 04, 2019 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she... 
Ningbo, China 
Pictures of the Year 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she heads to Taiwan for her Asia Female Continental Super Flyweight Championship match, September 23, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A woman is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu/File Photo SEARCH "GLOBAL POY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2019 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. 
AWARDS-CMA/
RTX78R1G 
November 13, 2019 
The 53rd Annual CMA Awards - Arrivals - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., November 13, 2019 - The Stereotypes.... 
Nashville, UNITED STATES 
The 53rd Annual CMA Awards - Arrivals - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. 
The 53rd Annual CMA Awards - Arrivals - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., November 13, 2019 - The Stereotypes. REUTERS/Charles Pulliam 
USA-LGBT/STONEWALL-EDUCATION
RTS2IQEY 
June 19, 2019 
Keegan, 8, who identifies as gender creative, climbs atop his family home while playing outside, near... 
Austin, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Nine-year-old helps teach educators about queer youth 
Keegan, 8, who identifies as gender creative, climbs atop his family home while playing outside, near Austin, Texas, U.S., August 22, 2018. Since the age of 4, Keegan had been prone to dressing in traditional female clothing, asking to wear dresses to pre-school. At the same time, his family also said he continues to exhibit strong stereotypical male behaviour, such as rough play with his brother. REUTERS/Amanda Voisard SEARCH "GENDER CREATIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
KENYA-WRITER/
RTX6W1XN 
May 22, 2019 
Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina, who challenged stereotypes of Africa with biting satire and took on... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina, who challenged stereotypes of Africa with biting satire and took on... 
Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina, who challenged stereotypes of Africa with biting satire and took on prejudice by documenting his life as an openly gay man, is seen at his an event in Nairobi, Kenya in this picture taken September 4, 2014. Picture taken September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer 
KENYA-WRITER/
RTX6W1XK 
May 22, 2019 
Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina, who challenged stereotypes of Africa with biting satire and took on... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina, who challenged stereotypes of Africa with biting satire and took on... 
Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina, who challenged stereotypes of Africa with biting satire and took on prejudice by documenting his life as an openly gay man, is seen at his an event in Nairobi, Kenya in this picture taken September 4, 2014. Picture taken September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer 
Wider Image
Wider Image 
Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
26 PICTURES 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXOD 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi fights against Thailand's Jarusiri Rongmuang for the Asia Female Continental Super Flyweight... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi fights against Thailand's Jarusiri Rongmuang for the Asia Female Continental Super Flyweight Championship gold belt in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXOB 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi fights in her match against Thailand's Jarusiri Rongmuang for the Asia Female Continental... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi fights in her match against Thailand's Jarusiri Rongmuang for the Asia Female Continental Super Flyweight Championship gold belt in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
Pictures Report
Pictures Report 
Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
26 PICTURES 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXM4 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi spends time with her son where she works, before sending her son back to her hometown in... 
CIXI COUNTY, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi spends time with her son where she works, before sending her son back to her hometown in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, in Cixi county, Zhejiang province, China, June 28, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXM3 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi and her assistant coach stand as the coach says a few motivational words before a match in... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi and her assistant coach stand as the coach says a few motivational words before a match in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018. Huang's coach said, "Don't think about winning or losing, fight for honor. Think about your family." Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXM1 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi and her husband travel for nearly a full day to bring their son back to their hometown where... 
Ningbo, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi and her husband travel for nearly a full day to bring their son back to their hometown where he will stay with his grandmother, in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, June 29, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXM0 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi has her hair done before the match in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018. Huang is one of... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi has her hair done before the match in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXLZ 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi tries to work up a sweat to lower her body weight in Taipei, Taiwan, September 25, 2018.... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi tries to work up a sweat to lower her body weight in Taipei, Taiwan, September 25, 2018. The tournament organizers gave Huang two hours to lose three pounds and drop below the category limit. If she failed, she would be disqualified. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXLX 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi and her husband Deng Peipeng spend time together in their hometown in Lianjiang, Guangdong... 
LIANJIANG, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi and her husband Deng Peipeng spend time together in their hometown in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, July 1, 2018. They spend most of the year apart because the couple work in different cities in China. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXLW 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi play-fights with her brother-in-law at home in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, June... 
LIANJIANG, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi play-fights with her brother-in-law at home in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, June 30, 2018. Due to a cultural preference for boys over girls, Huang's parents never cared much for her opinion, but her success as an athlete has improved her standing in the family. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXLV 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi spends time with her son where she works, before sending her son back to her hometown in... 
CIXI COUNTY, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi spends time with her son where she works, before sending her son back to her hometown in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, in Cixi county, Zhejiang province, China, June 28, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXLU 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi and her father argue over family matters during a dinner at home in Lianjiang, Guangdong... 
LIANJIANG, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi and her father argue over family matters during a dinner at home in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, June 30, 2018. Due to a cultural preference for boys over girls, Huang's parents never cared much for her opinion, but her success as an athlete has improved her standing in the family. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXLT 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi warms up for her match in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018. Huang is one of a small but... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi warms up for her match in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXLS 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi's sister watches her training at a local gym in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, June... 
LIANJIANG, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi's sister watches her training at a local gym in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, June 30, 2018. Whenever she is at home, Huang Wensi trains by herself in a local gym. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
RTS2FXLR 
April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi and her husband Deng Peipeng spend time in their hometown in Lianjiang, Guangdong province,... 
LIANJIANG, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi and her husband Deng Peipeng spend time in their hometown in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, June 30, 2018. They spend most of the year apart because the couple work in different cities in China. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CHINA-WOMAN/BOXING
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi trains in the local park, accompanied by her husband and sister, in Lianjiang, Guangdong... 
LIANJIANG, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi trains in the local park, accompanied by her husband and sister, in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, June 30, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi and her son wait to catch their last train back to their hometown in Lianjiang, Guangdong... 
Shenzhen, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi and her son wait to catch their last train back to their hometown in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, at Shenzhen East Train Station, in Shenzhen, China June 29, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she... 
Ningbo, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she heads to Taiwan for her Asia Female Continental Super Flyweight Championship match, September 22, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she... 
Ningbo, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she heads to Taiwan for her Asia Female Continental Super Flyweight Championship match, September 22, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi trains in the local park, accompanied by her husband and sister (unseen), in Lianjiang, Guangdong... 
LIANJIANG, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi trains in the local park, accompanied by her husband and sister (unseen), in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, June 30, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she... 
Ningbo, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she heads to Taiwan for her Asia Female Continental Super Flyweight Championship match, September 22, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi's husband Deng Peipeng, looks after their son while accompanying her on a training session... 
LIANJIANG, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi's husband Deng Peipeng, looks after their son while accompanying her on a training session in a local gym in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, July 2, 2018. Whenever she is at home, Huang Wensi trains by herself in a local gym. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi takes part in a weighing session to make sure she fits the criteria for the super flyweight... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi takes part in a weighing session to make sure she fits the criteria for the super flyweight category in Taipei, Taiwan, September 25, 2018. Huang had received incorrect information about the weight limits, and was too heavy. She weighed in at 118 pounds, three more than the 115 pounds allowed. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi is interviewed by a local tv station in Taipei, Taiwan, September 25, 2018. "I'm the only... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi is interviewed by a local tv station in Taipei, Taiwan, September 25, 2018. "I'm the only professional boxer who is a mother in China," she told them. "I hope more mothers will see this match. Besides family, they should also live for themselves." Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi and her husband travel for nearly a full day to bring their son back to their hometown where... 
LIANJIANG, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi and her husband travel for nearly a full day to bring their son back to their hometown where he will stay with his grandmother, in Lianjiang, Guangdong province, China, June 30, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi relaxes in her dorm after a long day training in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, September... 
Ningbo, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi relaxes in her dorm after a long day training in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, September 23, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi applies makeup in her hotel room before the match in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018.... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi applies makeup in her hotel room before the match in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi sits in her corner during her fight against Thailand's Jarusiri Rongmuang for the Asia Female... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi sits in her corner during her fight against Thailand's Jarusiri Rongmuang for the Asia Female Continental Super Flyweight Championship gold belt in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she... 
Ningbo, China 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi in action during her final training session in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, before she heads to Taiwan for her Asia Female Continental Super Flyweight Championship match, September 23, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi cries backstage after winning her match in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018. Huang corrects... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi cries backstage after winning her match in Taipei, Taiwan, September 26, 2018. Huang corrects people who come to congratulate her, telling them, "Don't call me a king," she said. "Please call me the queen of the ring." Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," she said. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 01, 2019 
Huang Wensi looks at her iPad whilst in bed unable to sleep, which she attributes to having drunk milk... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: Chinese boxer trounces stereotypes to become 'Queen of the Ring' 
Huang Wensi looks at her iPad whilst in bed unable to sleep, which she attributes to having drunk milk tea to celebrate her victory in Taipei, Taiwan, September 27, 2018. Huang is one of a small but growing number of women in China to embrace professional boxing, relishing its intense nature despite traditional stereotypes that steer women away from such activities. "A women is not just limited to being a wife or mother in the house," said Huang. REUTERS/Yue Wu SEARCH "WU BOXER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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