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Legal Transplantation In Early Twentieth Century China

Author: Michael H. K. Ng
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317674960
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"Practicing law" has a dual meaning in this book. It refers to both the occupational practice of law and the practicing of transplanted laws and institutions to perfect them. The book constitutes the first monographic work on the legal history of Republican Beijing, and provides an in-depth and comprehensive account of the practice of law in the city of Beijing during a period of social transformation. Drawing upon unprecedented research using archived records and other primary materials, it explores the problems encountered by Republican Beijing’s legal practitioners, including lawyers, policemen, judges and criminologists, in applying transplanted laws and legal institutions when they were inapplicable to, incompatible with, or inadequate for resolving everyday legal issues. These legal practitioners resolved the mismatch, the author argues, by quite sensibly assimilating certain imperial laws and customs and traditional legal practices into the daily routines of the recently imported legal institutions. Such efforts by indigenous legal practitioners were crucial in, and an integral part of, the making of legal transplantation in Republican Beijing. This work not only makes significant contributions to scholarship on the legal history of modern China, but also offers insights into China’s quest for modernization in its first wave of legal globalization. It is thus of great value to legal historians, comparative legal scholars, specialists in Chinese law and China studies, and lawyers and law students with an interest in Chinese legal history.

Chinese Legal Reform And The Global Legal Order

Author: Yun Zhao
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316856968
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This volume critically evaluates the latest legal reform of China, covering major areas such as trade and securities law, online privacy law, criminal law, human rights and international law. It represents a bold departure from the most recent works on Chinese legal reform by engaging the ideas of experts in contemporary Chinese law with the archival scholarship of Chinese legal historians. This unique interdisciplinary feature affords readers a more nuanced view of the complexities and specificities of how China has problematised legal reforms in various historical contexts when building a progressive yet sustainable legal system. This volume appraises the most current reform in Chinese law by considering China's engagement with globalisation, increasingly complicated domestic situation and historical legal transplantation experiences. It will be of huge interest to students, researchers and practitioners interested in Chinese law and policy, China and Asian studies and Chinese legal history.

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Author: Gavin Menzies
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ISBN: 9783426777664
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Die Dunkle Stra E

Author: Ma Jian
Publisher: Rowohlt Verlag GmbH
ISBN: 3644049718
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Ein bewegender Roman über das Leben der einfachen Menschen im China von heute. Weit entfernt vom chinesischen Wirtschaftswunder und den hellen Lichtern von Peking und Shanghai liegt ein riesiges ländliches Hinterland, das die brachialen Folgen von Industrialisierung und Ökonomisierung zu tragen hat. Dort leben die Bäuerin Meili und ihr Mann Kongzi, ein Nachkomme von Konfuzius in der sechsundsiebzigsten Generation. Die beiden wollen neben ihrem ersten Kind, einem Mädchen, einen Sohn, um das Erbe fortzusetzen. Da Ihnen die Behörden, die für alle die Ein-Kind-Ehe vorschreiben, mit Zwangssterilisation drohen, fliehen sie. Auf dem Jangtse, einem letzten Hort staatlicher Unorganisiertheit und mithin gewisser Freiheiten, führen sie ein illegales Tagelöhner- und Flussnomadenleben. Jahrelang schlagen sie sich auf vergifteten Gewässern und in ruinierten Landschaften durch, bevor sie schließlich auf einem Müllplatz für die Ausschlachtung westlichen Elektronikschrotts landen ... Bei Ma Jian stehen die einfachen Menschen im Vordergrund und ihre dramatischen Schicksale im Zuge eines gewaltigen politischen Umbruchs. Sein erschütternder Roman über ihr Leben ist Geschichte von unten; es ist auch die Geschichte des Jangtse, seiner ökologischen Krisen durch Staudammbau und Begradigung; es ist die Geschichte der chinesischen Industrialisierung und des Preises, den die Menschen dafür zu zahlen haben - ein ungeschminktes, schockierendes Porträt von China im Wandel.