This chapter presents evidence from in-depth interviews to empirically investigate the gendered nature of Chinese business organizations. Data from 45 Chinese managers were collected and analyzed qualitatively. The details provide empirical evidence about the manifestation of cultural stereotyping in today’s Chinese workplaces, including managers’ views about stereotypes and their possible influence on women’s careers. The results highlight that cultural stereotyping appears to be mediated by the type of organization and the age of respondents. The former justifies the observation in Chapter 5 in terms of details about stereotypes in each type of organization. The latter finding sheds light on the significance of an individual’s age, with respect to the socioeconomic and political context, in better understanding attitudes towards gender and career behaviors in China.