Ng Tze Wei

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]

Latest from Ng Tze Wei

Arson prompts security alert
4 Aug 2000 - 12:00AM
Arson prompts security alert
Hostage tells of 'apologetic' captor
Man tries to break past new security
Border probe into missing boy
30 Aug 2000 - 12:00AM
Border probe into missing boy
Tai O appeal as village fades away
Keen learners' second chance
9 Aug 2000 - 12:00AM
Keen learners' second chance
Raiders target tycoon's home
30 Aug 2000 - 12:00AM
Raiders target tycoon's home
Permanent burial for officer
18 Aug 2000 - 12:00AM
Permanent burial for officer
Mainlanders catch up to join A-league
Bocog launches family Games tour contest
Priest seeks quota increase
22 Aug 2000 - 12:00AM
Priest seeks quota increase
Raiders target tycoon's home
30 Aug 2000 - 12:00AM
Raiders target tycoon's home
Call to bar corrupt cadres in reshuffle
Rude awakening as Hong Kong Island bears brunt of overnight floods and landslides
Fights prompt lorry blockade threat
Security and energy on agenda for Wen's trip
Border probe into missing boy
30 Aug 2000 - 12:00AM
Border probe into missing boy
Beijing wants to keep 1m cars off the road during Games
'Taiwan the real reason' US ships sent away
Olympics progress 'considerable'  but pollution and traffic an issue
Electoral help lies in Beijing
26 Apr 2007 - 12:00AM
Electoral help lies in Beijing
Lack of environmental public interest litigation in no one's best interest
End of Bo Xilai saga looks to be bad news for rule of law
Macau chief told of 'historic start'
Bear farming backed by mainland wildlife official
A clear definition of domestic violence is needed to curb the crime
China's courts need to show way forward
Border probe into missing boy
30 Aug 2000 - 12:00AM
Border probe into missing boy
Why China has little to celebrate from the Edward Snowden affair
Mainland leadership needs to deepen legal reform