Nowadays, work-family conflict (WFC) is a common phenomenon of modern life in many countries and cultural contexts, and it is becoming a global hot topic. WFC (Work Family Conflict) is the term often used to characterize the conflict between the work and family domains, it is a result of the interaction between stress in the family and work domains. Different cultural context influence the mechanism of WFC differently, so there is a need to explore the variations in work/family issues in particular culture, and what the key drivers of these variations are. As the most populous nation and the second largest economy, China has attracted not only scholars but also international organizations to research on Chinese WFC. Factually, most studies have concentrated on the male labor force, while since New China has established on 1949, dramatic changes are occurring in the positions of women relative to employment, childbearing, sexual discrimination, and numerous other issues related to female liberation. Thus, it is imperative to pay attention to women’s WFC in China, such as its manifestation, its causes and its differences (compared with Germany women).