Reuters has the details.
On August 1, Guangxi University in southwestern China published a 50-point safety guide for incoming first-year female students, including a dress code that suggested that women were responsible for sexual harassment or even assault.
“Don’t wear overly revealing tops or skirts. Don’t wear low-cut dresses or expose your waist or back, to avoid creating temptation,” the guide said.
Reuters confirmed on Wednesday that spaghetti-strap tops had been banned in the university library.
The university also advised girls to avoid high heels in some circumstances.