Hammer to Fall
|Collections||ANU Australian Centre on China in the World / 中华全球研究中心／中華全球研究中心|
Made in China (2016 - )
|Title:||Hammer to Fall|
|Author(s):||Australian National University. Australian Centre on China in the World|
|Publisher:||Canberra, ACT : Australian Centre on China in the World, The Australian National University|
|Series/Report no.:||Made in China : Issue 2 (April - June 2016)|
We are pleased to announce the second issue of Made in China. In this issue, we open with a series of Briefs that provide an overview of notable stories that have taken place over the past three months. In the last quarter, one of the most important developments for Chinese civil society is the passing of the Law on the Management of Foreign NGOs� Activities within Mainland China on 28 April. Although a draft released early last year had received extensive domestic and international criticism, the Law was passed with only minor revisions. What we previously described as a sword of Damocles looming over Chinese civil society has now become reality.
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