For the cost of a ticket, children in Beijing can test out dozens of possible careers at the I Have a Dream theme park.
But even in this imaginary world, they don’t break the rigid gender stereotypes: the most popular attraction for girls is dressing up as a flight attendant while the boys choose work as customs agents or security guards.
"Some jobs are really inappropriate for women. If they force their way into these jobs, they will waste energy that can be better used elsewhere," says Professor Shu, who teaches at a mining and technological school that’s only open to men.
The jobs Chinese girls can’t do (BBC)