In August, 2016, we gave up trying to track the many citations to our translations and regular content that regularly appear in major media. The partial list below is left for those with interest.
- Sexual Abuse of Schoolboys Points to Gaps in Law, Understanding, Qian Jinghua and Fu Danyi, Sixth Tone; August 19, 2016
China Close to Passing Strict Law on Foreign Groups, Ed Wong, New York Times; April 25, 2016,
China warns of foreign spies with ‘Dangerous Love’; Associated Press, April 20, 2016.
China Suggests Terror Convictions Surged. Did They?, WSJ Realtime, March 13, 2016.
- China releases new proposed amendments to patent laws, Michael Lin, IPwatchdog, December 20, 2015.
- Questions Follow Closing of Beijing Art Show on Violence Against Women, Didi Kirsten Tatlow, NYTimes Sinocism; December 2, 2015.
- Freedom House, Freedom on the Net: China 2015
- China Tightens Its Control Of The Internet With Draft Cybersecurity Law, Jon Russel, Techcrunch,; July 10, 2015
- China’s new Internet law introduces stricter censorship, surveillance powers, Glyn Moody, ArsTechnica UK; July 13 2015
Russia’ “right to be forgotten” and China’s “right to be protected”: new privacy and-security-legislation; Jolt Digest, Brittany Doyle; July 20, 2015;
Proposed Chinese legislation could hamper international collaboration; Beryl Lieff Benderly, Sciencemag.org; July 27, 2015;
China Uses ‘Picking Quarrels’ Charge to Cast a Wider Net Online; Edward Wong, New York Times; July 28, 2015;
What You Need to Know About China’s Draft Cybersecurity Law; Austin Ramzy, New York Times Sinosphere, July 9, 2015;
Security Law Suggests a Broadening of China’s ‘Core Interests’, Edward Wong, New York Times; July 2, 2015;
- China Asserts More Control over Foreign and Domestic NGOs , Stanley Lubman, Wall Street Journal; June 16, 2015;
How China’s Top Court Is Encouraging More Lawsuits Against Polluters, Barbara Finamore, Huffington Post,January 27,2015;
China Drafts Its First Domestic Violence Law, but Rights Advocates Say It Falls Short, Didi Kirsten Tatlow, New York Times, Sinosphere, December 1, 2014;
Unwearied Effort However Beefsteak, Victor Mair, December 17, 2014;
China’s Domestic Violence Breakthrough, Shannon Tiezzi, The Diplomat,November 27, 2014
Congressional-Executive Commission on China 2014 Annual Report; October 9, 2014; (11 Citations);
Guns, Cops, and Public Opinion, China Digital Times, August 5, 2014;
“Power Shift: Hopeful Signs in China’s Legal Reform Plan“, Stanley Lubman, Wall Street Journal, China RealTime, July 10, 2014;
“Translation: Measures on the Management of News Media“,Josh Rudolph; July 10, 2014;
“Harsh Sentence Feared for Detained Rights Lawyer“, Austin Ramzy, New York Times, Sinosphere; June 13, 2014;
“‘Picking Quarrels’ Casts Shadow Over Chinese Law”, Stanley Lubman, Wall Street Journal, China RealTime; June 3, 2014;
“‘Picking Quarrels and Provoking Troubles’—the Crime Sweeping China”, Dexter Roberts, Bloomberg BuisinessWeek; May 12, 2014;
South China Morning Post News Round Up April 17, 2014
“China’s Cyberporn Crackdown Not Really About Porn“, Josh Rudolph, China Digital Times; April 16, 2014;
“China’s Latest Porn Purge Underway“, Tyler Roney, The Diplomat; April 18, 2014;
“An Encouraging Sign for (Limited) Legal Reform“, Stanley Lubman, Wall Street Journal, China RealTime; February 25, 2014;
Congressional-Executive Committee on China Annual Report for 2013;
“China Will Struggle to Walk the Talk on Legal Reform“, Stanley Lubman, Wall Street Journal, China RealTime; December 3, 2013;
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