China’s recent legal reform has identified and addressed dozens of wrongful convictions, but those behind these controversial cases remain at large
In an economy still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic, millions of Chinese migrant workers are heading back to the countryside as jobs in cities dwindle, posing challenges to local employers, governments and job markets
A survey by Edelman Public Relations Worldwide found that Chinese people’s trust in the Chinese government has reached 95 percent, top among all the surveyed countries, the Xinhua News Agency reported.
Local authorities are being sued more often and defendants have more chance of winning. Is the trend helping government agencies stick to the letter of the law?
China’s top prosecutor released a report on the private sector, arguing that there should be no arrest or charges against businesspeople whenever possible
The potential for smart cities to drive Chinese economic and social growth is huge, despite criticisms of their slow responses to Covid-19