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Navigating China

The Chinese legal system has come a long way in a short time; but what’s getting lost in translation?

In 1970, in a small town bordering the southeastern provinces of Fujian and Zhejiang, China, 14-year-old Chen Xiaomin, the son of farmers, spent long hours every day working in the rice fields. It was the middle of the Cultural Revolution: universities were closed, intellectuals re-educated (or killed), and anything foreign, particularly Western, was vilified or destroyed. “I never dreamed that one day you could go to college or one day you could go to a foreign country, a foreign school,” …

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