The momentum of development and global capitalism has influenced China to experience fast urbanization and industrialization. Since 1980s, China has noticed fast growth in economy and has integrated with the global market. The country initially took agriculture to begin the reform. The Chinese government implemented the “Household Responsibility System” and eliminated collective economy and went back to peasant economy and finally replaced it with planned economy (Wu & Rao, 2009). At present, China is a capital dominated export-acclimatised economy. With the present economy, the country’s most energetic labourers are migrating to cities. The migration of rural population to cities in China has created a split in the family and in most cases the rural population now comprises of women who are left behind, elder people and children, The left behind population is around “386199” (Jingzhong, 2016). The present essay will discuss the issues that these rural women are facing at present in China.