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UH Law Professor Publishes Chinese Legal Primer

Lawrence Foster, Professor of Law at UH Manoa, has recently, with the help of colleagues Tiffany Yajima and Yan Lin, completed work on China Law Reader published by Long River Press.  The work’s primary aim is to introduce a foreign audience to Chinese law.   According to the authors, “the ideal user is someone who has completed at least two years of Chinese language study and is now ready to read actual law-related Chinese language texts in order to learn the specialized language of Chinese law.”  Funding for this work, which can be purchased at Amazon and comes highly recommended by the China Law Blog, was provided in part by the NRCEA.

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