This thesis is intended to focus on the employment discrimination against women in China. Firstly, the thesis will set forth the research background, including the research questions, literature review, theoretical orientations and methodology. Secondly, it will describe the current situation of employment discrimination against women in China, and analyze the reasons from the economic, social, cultural and legal aspects. Thirdly, it will analyze current anti-discrimination legislation and enforcement mechanisms in China and assess the shortcomings of them; meanwhile a typical case will be cited to show how victims can seek relief when facing discrimination in employment. Fourthly, experiences of anti-discrimination in employment from Norway will be studied, including the legislation, enforcement institutions and mechanisms, and a typical case from the Equality and Anti-discrimination Ombud and Tribunal; a general assessment of the legal system in Norway will be drawn up. At last, on the basis of analysis of shortcomings in China and experiences in Norway, the thesis will put forward systematical recommendations on protecting women’s equal rights in workplace in China.