In this chapter, I will examine two key non-governmental organisations (NGOs) which were, in my opinion, two of the most important players in the ‘contact zone’ from the middle of the 1990s to the early 2000s. These two NGOs, the Chinese Society for Women’s Studies (CSWS) and the Yunnan Reproductive Health Research Association (YRHRA), make excellent cases for exploring the practice of transnational feminisms in China, especially as it relates to gender and development. These two organisations each had their own approach to circulating and translating gender theories and practices. While the CSWS acted as a traveller from outside China, the YRHRA functioned as a key local NGO inside China.