After the rural males migrated to different Chinese cities, the women who were left behind in the village have taken agriculture as their main work and they became the major labour force in the agricultural field in China (Jingzhong, 2016). The Chinese women have a new job role now they not only became the major workforce in the field of agriculture, they also started taking care of the house, children and old people who were left behind as a result of migration (Goodburn, 2009). They started raising poultry and livestock in order to reduce family expenses (Jingzhong, 2016). The different quality of the household land prevented any form of mechanized farming. Therefore, the women had to rely on simple manual farming practices. Survey showed that in the south-western regions of China during the main agricultural season, women had to work for around 11 hours every day and 20 % of the women had to work for more than 12 hours on a daily basis. Even in non-agricultural seasons or free seasons, approximately 58 % of the women had to work for more than 8 hours daily and 20 % of the women had to work for more than 10 hours (Jingzhong, 2016). It has also been noted that these rural women don’t have any leisure time for themselves (China Statistical Yearbook, 2008).