Jane Golley, Zheng Wei
This paper focuses on two major elements of China's population dynamics—the rising proportion of workers in the population and the shift of rural workers from agriculture into industry and services—in a provincial-level analysis of per capita income and productivity growth during the last three decades.
This article examines the changes that have happened in the Chinese criminal justice system since the early 2000s. It assesses the relevant legal and political trends and the debates concerning the protection of human rights in the context of criminal justice reforms.
In many countries, pre-trial detainees are exposed to very poor conditions of confinement and their rights subject to recurrent violations. This Article investigates the rights of criminal suspects and defendants in pre-trial detention, and conditions of detention in the criminal detention centres in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). It addresses two main questions: First, to what extent and in what ways are international standards protecting the rights of detainees localised in pre-trial detention centres in the PRC?
Returning to this past series recently, Wei Leng Tay said: 'I think it's dangerous to attribute a text or statement to an actual photo because it makes you read the photo differently.' 'Slow Cool Breezes' was developed in 2009 when Tay had the chance, for the first time in over a decade, to return to Singapore for more than a brief visit. This was her way of revisiting her birthplace, of 'getting back in touch' after a decade living and working in Hong Kong, where the artist remains based.
Contending views about the ‘threats’ and ‘opportunities’ relating to China’s economic rise reflect the complex and, for many, confusing role of the state in China’s reform and development process. This in turn relates to a marked difference between China’s official perception of ‘Socialism with Chinese characteristics’ and alternative views regarding the nature of its emerging capitalist system.
Agency and the Making of Transient Urban Spaces: Examples of Migrants in the City in the Pearl River Delta, China, and Dhaka, Bangladesh
Agency and the Making of Transient Urban Spaces: Examples of Migrants in the City in the Pearl River Delta, China, and Dhaka, Bangladesh was written in collaboration with Tabea Bork-Hüffer, Benjamin Etzold, Bettina Gransow, Harald Sterly, Kimiko Suda, Frauke Kraas, Ryanne Flock.
Works produced by Xu Xuan, a Chinese scholar-official of the tenth century, on either side of the Southern Tang–Song divide reveal the challenges on the issue of loyalty he faced in serving more than one state. Xu's works suggest that a personal transfer of service brought complications for any official seeking to write about the past, but these could be addressed according to context.
Edited by Geremie R Barmé and Ryan Manuel
The Australia-China relationship touches on virtually every aspect of our national life.Australia and China trade in goods as well as in culture, politics and people, ideas and education, community and personalities. This volume is a polyphonic collection of expert ideas and suggestions that we hope will be part of the ongoing Australia-China discussion.