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- Volume 16.2 is Here!
Volume 16, Issue 2 of the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal is here. This last spring, the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal (“APLPJ”) hosted a ground breaking Symposium entitled “Bombs in Paradise: A Legal, Social, and Political Discussion of Militarization in the Pacific”. Our editors have also worked diligently to prepare three original articles for […]
- Reforming the Current Model of Private Investment in Chinese Education by Patrick Shanahan
Private education has traditionally played a key role in Chinese culture, with a history of teaching students that dates back thousands of years. In the decades following the rise to power of the Chinese Communist Party in 1949, however, the existing private education system was dismantled and replaced by a centrally-planned, state-run approach. This new […]
- China’s New Tort Law: The Promise of Reasonable Care by Ellen M. Bublick
In July 2010, the Tort Liability Law of the People’s Republic of China went into effect. Trying to envision the consequence of this new law at the time of its inauguration, I remembered a story I heard in my youth. A version ascribed to the Lakota, a Native American tribe in the United States, is […]