This is the start of my third year publishing a biweekly column in the South China Morning Post and in Taiwan’s Chinese language China Times. Most of these “op-eds” have concerned contemporary issues of law and justice in China, Taiwan or both as well as political- legal questions arising from the cross-strait reconciliation that began in 2008 with Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou’s inauguration.
Posts Tagged ‘ comparative law ’
China’s Supreme People’s Court has just announced a death penalty decision of great importance to the British government and the European Union, as well as Chinese and foreign human-rights advocates.
The U.S.-Asia Law Institute is pleased to make available Duoqi Xu and Kai Xiao’s recent article contrasting law and attitudes on tax planning in China and the United States.
Professor Eleanor M. Fox, of the New York University School of Law, has kindly permitted us to make her article on China’s new anti-monopoly legislation available online. U.S.-Asia Law Institute research fellow, Oliver Zhong, has written a brief comment on why the article is an important read for China researchers and competition law experts alike. [Click Here [...]
Professor Zhiyuan Guo, Kwang Hua Visiting Scholar, in a lecture at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, discusses the use of mental examinations by criminal courts in China.