Ng Tze Wei

Ng Tze-wei has reported on mainland Chinese legal affairs for the Post since 2007. From labour contract law to criminal procedure law, she has followed closely the twists and turns in the passing of many key legislations and debates over the country's legal reform. She can be reached at [email protected]
Ng Tze Wei
Ng Tze-wei has reported on mainland Chinese legal affairs for the Post since 2007. From labour contract law to criminal procedure law, she has followed closely the twists and turns in the passing of many key legislations and debates over the country's legal reform. She can be reached at [email protected]

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Opinion | Pedigree of top judge Zhou Qiang offers hope for legal reform

Unlike his predecessor Wang Shengjun, a party official with a police background who never studied law, Zhou Qiang, 53, was one of the country's first law students after the Cultural Revolution. He joined Southwest University of Political Science and Law in 1978 and graduated with a master's degree in civil law in 1985.

4 Apr 2013 - 5:50AM

Unlike his predecessor Wang Shengjun, a party official with a police background who never studied law, Zhou Qiang, 53, was one of the country's first law students after the Cultural Revolution. He joined Southwest University of Political Science and Law in 1978 and graduated with a master's degree in civil law in 1985.

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