Do Chinese women have the right to vote?
Yes. Everyone over the age of 18 in China with a Chinese passport and not living in any autonomous regions can vote. But then again, there is no vote for the president. Central committee decides.
The people vote for a local commissar (political leader of a town or small region) who in turn votes for someone above him, so on until the central committee.
This way, even those in the government get the vote. Equality is a pillar of Communism although it's difficult to see China as Communist anymore.
In ww1, while men were fighting on the fronts, the women were left at home. So they decided to fight for their rights. 1919 was about the date for women getting the right to vote. (Canada) After ww2, immigrants like the Chinese and Japenese won the right to vote. In Canada, 1948 Chinese immigrants and 1949 Japanese immigrants