Should 'Beijing Bikini' be banned?
Editor's note: Some Chinese cities, including Jinan, Tianjin and Shenyang, recently rolled out regulations banning men from sporting the "Beijing Bikini", which means they are not allowed to roll up their T-shirts to expose their bellies in the street in summer. In Tianjin, people can be fined up to 200 yuan ($29) if they go shirtless in a public place. Is it appropriate to wear a shirt like this? Should other cities follow suit? Forum readers share their opinions.
The men should be allowed only if women are allowed, too. Equality, people ... equality!