Category Archives: Greater China Area

Dui Hua: Reference Materials

Dui Hua’s new Reference Materials blog has been online for three months. The blog on China’s criminal justice system covers reeducation through labor, regulations for police-run mental health (ankang) hospitals, and cases related to the Lord God Sect and Internet speech. Reference Materials: http://www.duihuaresearch.org/

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Presentation on the Rights Defense Movement in China

 Rights Defense Movement in China  Friday, Nov. 9th, 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. Faculty Conference Center (Burns 505) Presentation and discussion with TENG Biao – Awards and Accomplishments ✴ Counsel to and advocate for human rights lawyers and activists, including … Continue reading

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Law-Asia Movie Nights: The Story of Qiu Ju Suing the Government

Georgetown Law-Asia Law-Asia FILM SERIES Qiu Ju da guan si [The Story of Qiu Ju Suing the Government]  The Story of Qiu Ju Suing the Government is about a woman’s use of the courts to pursue justice and moral reparation in … Continue reading

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The View of Five Leading Chinese Professors-Administrative Law as a Vehicle For Political Reform in China?

Administrative Law as a Vehicle For Political Reform in China?  The View of Five Leading Chinese Professors Presented by American University Washington College of Law, the ABA Section of Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce … Continue reading

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Job Opening: Asia Foundation Seeks M&E Officer for Law Programs

The Asia Foundation is soliciting applications for the position of Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Law Program, based in the Foundation’s Beijing office. Job Summary: The Monitoring and Evaluation (M & E) Officer is responsible for the monitoring and evaluation activities … Continue reading

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The SAIS China Forum on A Comparative Perspective on China’s Land Market Development by Dr. Xiaofang Shen

The SAIS China Forum Presents  Dr. Xiaofang Shen, Former Investment Climate Specialist of the World Bank, Visiting Scholar at China Studies, SAIS Untying China’s Land Knot: A Comparative Perspective on China’s Land Market Development Wednesday, September 12, 2012, 5:00-7:00 pm … Continue reading

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Matthew Niederhauser’s exhibit on China at the Fahey/Klein Gallery in Los Angeles

Matthew Niederhauser, a photographer, has just opened his first solo exhibit at the Fahey/Klein Gallery in Los Angeles on September 6th. The show delves into work from his Visions of Modernity project, exploring the “unsustainable nature of urban development and … Continue reading

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Student Job Opening with the Provost’s International Initiatives Team, Georgetown University

The Provost’s International Initiatives Team seeks a Georgetown student to serve as a Program Assistant for the 2012-2013 academic year. The responsibilities of the position will include the following: – Researching subjects related to the team’s projects, especially those in India … Continue reading

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