Tag: China

Chinese Regulations on Spoken and Written Language for Xinjiang Uygur Region-1993

In order to promote the development and prosperity of the spoken and written languages ​​of all ethnic groups and improve the scientific and cultural level of the people of all ethnic groups, in accordance with the “Law of the People’s Republic of China on Regional Autonomy of Ethnic Groups”, “The Law of the People’s Republic of China on Common Languages ​​and Characters” and other relevant laws and regulations

Civil Law of the People’s Republic of China-1986

This Law is formulated in accordance with the Constitution and the actual situation in our country, drawing upon our practical experience in civil activities, for the purpose of protecting the lawful civil rights and interests of citizens and legal persons and correctly adjusting civil relations, so as to meet the needs of the developing socialist modernization.

China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement[Second Phase]- 01/12/2019

The Protocol stipulates that the proportion of tariff lines with zero-tariff products between China and Pakistan will gradually increase from 35% to 75%. In addition, both parties will implement a 20% reduction in taxes on other products that account for 5% of their respective tax lines. After negotiations between China and Pakistan, the tariff reduction will be implemented as soon as possible after completing the necessary domestic procedures.

Emperor K’ang Hsi: The Sacred Edicts (1670)

In 1670, when the K’ang Hsi emperor was sixteen years old, he issued a list of sixteen principles that briefly illustrate how he expected his subjects to conduct themselves in order to ensure their goodness, happiness and prosperity. These so_called “Sacred Edicts” were to be read aloud twice a month in every village and town of the empire. Both the literati and the common people were expected to attend these lectures. The practice of “expounding the Sacred Edicts” was still in use after 1900, yet it was observed that only those that had to attend would be present.

Mozi-one become an instrument for all the world

When ministers and subordinates give importance to their offices yet do not speak, close ministers fall silent, distant officials mumble under their breaths, unrest binds the heart of the people, sycophantic flattery by those at their sides surrounds superiors, and good counsel is obstructed, the state is endangered.

Tibet Autonomous Region Temporary Measures on the Management of Religious Affairs-1991

These temporary measures are specially formulated in accordance with the Constitution, laws, regulations, and relevant policies, and by integrating our region’s actual management of religious affairs, for the purposes of ensuring citizens’ freedom of religious belief; safeguarding the lawful rights and interests of religious organizations and venues for religious activities, safeguarding the unification of the motherland, the unity of ethnic minorities, and social stability; and constructing a socialist new Tibet.

Judges Law of the People’s Republic of China

Have an undergraduate degree in law from an ordinary college and have received the rank of bachelor or higher; or have an undergraduate degree or above from a full-time ordinary college in a subject other than law, and have received master’s degree in law or jurisprudence; or have an undergraduate degree or above from a full-time ordinary college, have received the corresponding degree, and have specialized legal professional knowledge;

Taiwan Travel Act-2018

The United States considers any effort to determine the future of Taiwan by other than peaceful means, including by boycotts or embargoes, a threat to the peace and security of the Western Pacific area and of grave concern to the United States.

Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s speech at the video meeting amongst Chinese, Russian and Indian FMs-June 23, 2020

China, Russia, and India are both global powers that insist on strategic independence. We should grasp the overall cooperation situation of the three countries as partners and opportunities. We should correctly treat and properly handle the common interests of helping the development and revitalization of the three countries and safeguarding world peace and development.

Overview of China’s major foreign treaties concluded in 2018

The Chinese government has re-developed friendly relations with countries around the world, actively participated in the activities of regional and global international organizations, and has concluded a large number of bilateral and multilateral treaties in the fields of politics, economy, trade, culture, and judicial assistance, in order to maintain a stable and rapid national economy Development, building a well-off society in an all-round way, and deepening the all-round cooperation between China and countries around the world and international organizations provide good legal protection.