The following two chapters add more detailed empirical analysis by concentrating respectively on the aspects of work-family relationships and social networks, both of which have been argued extensively by scholars as being critical constraints on women’s careers worldwide. Although the well-recognized work-family relationship is also clear in the Chinese case, in this chapter the Chinese conceptualization manifests a distinct relationship of the closely linked work and family domains. The interviews shed light on the socio-psychological dynamics of stereotyping that continue to shape the career experiences of women managers. The emerging theme of the chapter offers a relevant alternative insight into women’s underrepresentation in Chinese organizations.