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  Learn more about Chinese law in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Chinese law refers to the law of China.
Law in the Republic of China on Taiwan is based on the legal system which carried to Taiwan by the Kuomintang.
In the area of constitutional law, the Republic of China uses the 1947 Constitution which was promulagated for both Mainland China and Taiwan although numerous changes have been made to take into account the fact that the Republic of China only controls Taiwan and two counties of Fujian.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /c/ch/chinese_law.html   (666 words)

  
 Chinese law - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
One element of the traditional Chinese criminal justice system, which still influences modern Chinese views toward law, is the notion that criminal law has a moral element and that one important element of criminal law was to get the defendant to repent and see the error of his ways.
Law in the Republic of China on Taiwan is based on the German-based legal system which carried to Taiwan by the Kuomintang.
In formulating laws, the PRC has been influenced by a number of sources including traditional Chinese views toward the role of law, the PRC's socialist background, the German-based law of the Republic of China on Taiwan, and the English-based common law used in Hong Kong.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chinese_law   (1607 words)

  
 Encyclopedia topic: Chinese law   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
The Law of China, for most of the history (A record or narrative description of past events) of China (A communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia; the most populous country in the world), was rooted in the Confucian (A believer in the teachings of Confucius) philosophy of social control.
law, is the notion that criminal law has a moral element and that one important element of criminal law was to get the defendant to repent and see the error of his ways.
In addition, the criminal law (The body of law dealing with crimes and their punishment) and the criminal procedures laws were amended to introduce significant reforms.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/ch/chinese_law.htm   (1462 words)

  
 Journal of Chinese Law, Vol. 5 No. 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Chinese dispute resolution procedures, especially mediation, have long been perhaps the single feature of the Chinese legal system most extensively studied in the West.
Both Chinese and Western commentators are usually aware of evidence that mediators often pressure or even coerce parties to accept a suggested settlement, but this phenomenon is seen as aberrational and generally deplorable.
The picture usually painted of mediation is far from wrong--the idea of mediation as the English term is commonly understood is an important strain in Chinese theory and practice, and the principle of voluntariness is constantly stressed both in academic commentary and in legislation.
www.columbia.edu /cu/chinalaw/backissues/issue52/clarke.html   (296 words)

  
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Waarmee niet gezegd wil zijn dat het economisch recht geen zin heeft, maar het is niet meer dan een uitgangspunt in het economisch handelen en trouwens erg saai.
Het amusante van de Chinese wetten is dat ze zo veranderlijk zijn, soms volgt de ene ‘voorlopige’ wet de andere op tot de heren-leiders-van-het-proletariaat/volk een idee hebben van wat ze eigenlijk willen, en dikwijls is de practijk anders dan de wet.
Om het zich ontwikkelende Chinese recht te verstaan is het echter wel nodig inzicht te verwerven in de culturele, politieke, economische en sociale geschiedenis van het land.
www.law.kuleuven.ac.be /chineesrecht   (1080 words)

  
 LLRX -- Beyond the Border: the Construction of the Chinese Legal Information System in Cyberspace
Though the Chinese legal system is claimed to be distinct from all other legal systems, jurists of the PRC follow rules of the civil law family.
The rule of law was not constructed until the massive legislation enactment from the late 1980s after the Party decided to adopt the "open-door policy" to develop the market economic system in late 1970s.
However, because of the lack of the professional resources on law librarianship, the immaturity of the domestic automation system, and the financial constraints and staff shortages, most law libraries are unable to follow cataloging standards during the retrospective conversion of card catalogs into the electronic format.
www.llrx.com /features/china.htm   (6661 words)

  
 Arts - Purchasing Antique, Reproduction or Made-to-order Chinese Furniture in China
Chinese law stipulates that antiques which are older than 300 years are not allowed to be exported out of the country.
As laws do change, it is advisable that you confer with the store to make sure that you will be allowed to take your purchases home.
For instance, traditional Chinese dining sets are often enormous in size, suitable for the spacious courtyards homes of the Ming and Qing elite, but perhaps not as suitable for the tiny New York apartment which may one day house them.
www.imperialtours.net /furniture.htm   (1450 words)

  
 Chinese Legal Studies Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
The mission of the Chinese Legal Studies Association (CLSA) at the University of Pennsylvania Law School is 1) to encourage the study of the law of greater China, including the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan; and 2) to foster professional connections among students, academics, and practitioners of law in greater China.
The Chinese Legal Studies Association at the University of Pennsylvania Law School (http://www.law.upenn.edu/groups/clsa/) will be hosting a brown bag discussion on The Results of China NPC meeting in March with Professor Jacques deLisle on Monday, May 2, 2005, at 1:00 PM in Tannenbaum 145, Gittis Classroom at the Law School.
The Chinese Legal Studies Association at the University of Pennsylvania Law School (http://www.law.upenn.edu/groups/clsa/) will be hosting a brown bag discussion on The Results of NPC meeting in March with Professor Jacques deLisle on Friday, March 25, 2005, at 1:30 PM in Silverman 46, Louis Runk Room at the Law School.
www.law.upenn.edu /groups/clsa   (940 words)

  
 LLRX -- Update to Beyond the Border: The Chinese Legal Information System in Cyberspace   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
However, "China law" is commonly referred to as the laws of the PRC, which was constituted in 1949 when the new government was founded.
From their position and nature, those two laws are national laws, not local laws, therefore, no laws, ordinances, administrative regulations and other normative documents of the HRSAR and the Macao SAR shall violate the Basic Law.
At the same time, the Basic Law of the both regions states clearly that the existing capitalist system and the way of life in the regions shall remain unchanged for 50 years, the laws previously in force in these two regions shall be maintained.
www.llrx.com /features/china2.htm   (7338 words)

  
 Chinese Law Resources on the Internet
The China Law Digest is a monthly publication on the Internet, which offers the latest news on legal developments and judicial reform to domestic and foreign subscribers interested in Chinese legal issues.
This collection of Chinese laws and regulations related to foreign business is a part of official website of the Ministry of Commerce of the PRC.
The titles of most Chinese laws and regulations are translated into English although only a few hundreds of Chinese laws and regulations are translated into English.
ls.wustl.edu /Chinalaw/intersou.html   (1267 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - China - Compulsory Education Law | Chinese Information Resource   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
The Law on Nine-Year Compulsory Education, which took effect July 1, 1986, established requirements and deadlines for attaining universal education tailored to local conditions and guaranteed school-age children the right to receive education.
The compulsory education law divided China into three categories: cities and economically developed areas in coastal provinces and a small number of developed areas in the hinterland; towns and villages with medium development; and economically backward areas.
The second category targeted under the 9-year compulsory education law consisted of towns and villages with medium-level development (around 50 percent of China's population), where universal education was expected to reach the junior-middle-school level by 1995.
reference.allrefer.com /country-guide-study/china/china106.html   (613 words)

  
 Chinese law : Law of China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
4 Law in the Republic of China on Taiwan
The Law of China contemplates both a formal system of social control by the a legal system and a complementary system of informal social control.
It uses material from the wikipedia article Chinese law : Law of China.
www.eurofreehost.com /la/Law_of_China.html   (237 words)

  
 Welcome to Chinese Civil Law Forum - CCLAW.NET
Chinese Civil Law Forum, sponsored by Babelcom, is dedicated to the dissemination of information on China's private sector legal institutions (property law, contract law, company law, partnership law, and sole proprietorship law) in English.
The current legislative effort to enact a property code is the most ambitious legislative endeavor in contemporary Chinese legal history; it will also have far reaching impact on every type of economic transactions in China.
We are in the process of building a depositary of information related to the legislative activities concerning the Chinese Property Law, including the English version of the draft provisions, commentaries and case studies.
www.cclaw.net   (554 words)

  
 Center for Chinese Legal Studies
The cornerstone of the Law School's program in Chinese law is the Center for Chinese Legal Studies.
Columbia offers the widest range of courses on Chinese law of any law school in the United States, including classes that examine issues ranging from international trade to media and environmental law.
Columbia Law School has also been a leader in working with law schools and legal aid clinics in China to further the development of legal aid and clinical legal education.
www.law.columbia.edu /center_program/chinese   (342 words)

  
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The chapters on Chinese and Indian alchemy are suggestive despite the inadequacy of their secondary sources.
The fullest of the older monographs on Chinese materia medica.
Chinese Medicine and the Anthropology of Menstruation in Contemporary Taiwan.
ccat.sas.upenn.edu /~nsivin/nakbib.html   (8047 words)

  
 Summer Study Programs for Chinese Law in China or Hong Kong
Some American law schools have cosponsored with Chinese law schools to hold Chinese law study programs for American law students and lawyers in summer.
These programs usually provide an overview of Chinese law, with emphasis on commercial transactions, and with comparative law components.
These programs also include field trips to law firms, stock exchanges, court mediation and proceedings, and jails; visits to scenic and cultural areas; and provide opportunity to interact with Chinese law students, professors, attorneys, business people and justice officials.
ls.wustl.edu /Chinalaw/chlsumm.html   (199 words)

  
 The Internet and Chinese Law Materials
To view Chinese character display on the computer, Internet users are required to install Chinese softwares onto their computers.
The Chinalaw Web is sponsored in part by the China Law Society, an academic organization for the promotion of the study of Chinese law at the University of Maryland School of Law.
The Chinese Collection of the Library of Congress is the largest Chinese collection outside China.
www.lib.unimelb.edu.au /collections/asian/Internet-Law-Chi-Resources.html   (2553 words)

  
 Centre for Chinese and Comparative Law   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
The Centre aspires to become the premier Chinese and comparative law research centre in the Asia Pacific region through organizing and facilitating research on Chinese and comparative law.
With China's resumption of sovereignty over Hong Kong on 1 July 1997, there is an increasing need for more and better comparative research in Chinese law, common law and laws of other jurisdictions, especially those in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Centre for Chinese and Comparative Law was established in 1993-94 to foster research and scholarly discussion on Chinese and comparative law.
www.cityu.edu.hk /rccl   (319 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Chinese law Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
These influences remain in the socialist -based system of the People's Republic of China a...
These influences remain in the socialist-based system of the People's Republic of China and the German-based system of the Republic of China.
This process of creating an legal infrastructure piecemeal has lead to many situations where the laws are missing, confusing, or contradictory, and has led to judicial decisions having more precedental value than in most civil law jurisdiction.
www.ipedia.com /chinese_law.html   (1473 words)

  
 Empirical Analysis of Internet Filtering in China
There is some evidence that the government has attempted to prevent the spread of unwanted material by preventing the spread of the Internet itself, but a concomitant desire to capture the economic benefits of networked computing has led to a variety of strategies to split the difference.
However, the authors lack sufficient data to draw conclusions about systematic variations in blocking across geographic locations; current data is consistent both with intentional variations in blocking and with delays in updating block lists in certain regions.
The primary and most longstanding means of blocking is at the router level, and on the basis of IP address -- the crudity of which means that those implementing filtering must choose between blocking an entire site on the basis of a small portion of its content, or tolerating such content.
cyber.law.harvard.edu /filtering/china   (3450 words)

  
 Chinese law at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Contemporary social control is rooted in the Confucian past.
A court appearance, at minimum, resulted in loss of face, and the people were reluctant and afraid to use the courts.
Rulers did little to make the courts more appealing, for if they stressed rule by law, they weakened their own moral influence.
wiki.tatet.com /Law_of_China.html   (1135 words)

  
 People's Republic of China
People's Republic of China law resource page with links to the China constitution, China government, China law firms, China law, China law discussion group, China legal research, China judiciary, China study abroad programs, China law schools, China legislature, China law guide, and more.
Contains general subject-specific links to PRC laws, regulations and jurisprudence in both Chinese and English.
Maintained by Wei Luo for the the Washington University School of Law.
www.washlaw.edu /forint/asia/china.html   (481 words)

  
 Re: a Chinese sell most cheapest fossil   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
In Reply to: Re: a Chinese sell most cheapest fossil posted by Shawn on April 01, 2004 at 16:40:53:
Chinese customs can be bribe as easily as a baby that want a candy...
But personaly, i think that they are too blind or too much stupids to see and understand anything about fossils...
www.gtlsys.com /FossilForum/messages/10504.html   (155 words)

  
 Chinese Studies Internet Resources
Primarily for Chinese Americans (also has a Japanese page, but does not have as much information as the Chinese one).
"The intended audience is anyone who has an interest in Chinese, including speakers and students of Chinese languages, China scholars, Chinese teachers, translators, linguists, East Asiatic librarians, and computer programmers." Its Viewing and Listening to Chinese on the WWW page lists many useful sites on the topic.
The Chinese page has a link to the Library page which provides information on its special collections of rare books and archival materials.
www.library.ucla.edu /libraries/eastasian/china.htm   (1970 words)

  
 Chinese Law and Government - Academic Info
Chinese Legal Research at the University of Washington
Chinese Military Power also provides links, regularly updated, to online articles, reports, and government documents assessing China's military modernization, relevant political and economic factors, the military balance in East Asia, and U.S. policy toward China.
Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library, University of Washington School of Law.
www.academicinfo.net /chinalaw.html   (1193 words)

  
 Chinese Law Prof Blog: Chinese Law Prof Blog no longer blocked from China
This book addresses technology and the globalization of copyright law in a comprehensive manner.
This innovative casebook combines traditional case law and materials along with numerous problems to facilitate different approaches to teaching this rapidly developing area of the law.
This new edition reflects the phenomenal growth in the scope and significance of trademark and unfair competition law sparked by e-commerce and the Internet.
lawprofessors.typepad.com /china_law_prof_blog/2005/07/chinese_law_pro.html   (322 words)

  
 Chinese Journal of International Law
Chinese JIL has been cited to in important places: the
Chinese Journal of International Law (Print ISSN 1540-1650; Online ISSN 1746-9937; Abbreviation: Chinese JIL; www.chinesejil.org; full-text online at Oxford Journals site and other places; indexed in Worldwide Political Science Abstracts (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts)) is an
Likewise, such a position does not indicate that the Journal or any other entity endorses any views of any of these persons expressed in the Journal or elsewhere.
www.chinesejil.org   (452 words)

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