In 1995, the World Women Congress convened in Beijing, researching and deciding a series of major issues on women. This has significant real and historical implications for women around the world. At this moment, we recall the glorious career and revolutionary spirit of “The Mother of the International Women’s Movement.” Don’t dream it be it poster. Clar-Chilteking was born on July 5, 1857 in the village of Fadraw Kingdom of Saxony in Central Germany (now known as Saxony in Germany). The middle-class family, the father is a prestigious teaching in the village, the mother is a positive component of the movement of liberating the bourgeoisie.