Contemporary China Studies
Since 1978, China’s legal institutions have expanded in size, strengthened their position within the state constellation, and professionalized their staff.
Tremendous reform has taken place in China’s legal system, developing from a nearly moribund state at the end of the Cultural Revolution to great intricacy and complexity today.
From Rooster Weddings to Aesthetic Fatigue: China’s Unfolding Romantic Revolution
Professor Jin assesses the accomplishments and limitations of government aid programs to ethnic groups in Tibet. She calls on active participation from the local communities and the overhaul of state alleviation policies.