In the list of the twenty countries in the world where to live if you are a woman, three of them are in Asia Pacific.
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Following the end of World War II, Japanese women have been legally recognized as having equal rights to men. The country is beginning to consciously invest in and empower women in the workforce.
In 1893, New Zealand became the first self-governing country in the world in which all women legally had the right to vote in parliamentary elections — now, 2018 is a historical year for New Zealand as it marks the country’s 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage.
Not only did Australia make important progress when the country legalized same-sex marriage in 2017, the country also boasts a high life expectancy for both women and men.
(Source: Business Insider )