It is impossible for the Chinese to accept that having more lawyers and litigation would be the right way towards social justice; rather, they will be seen as a symptom of social chaos and moral decay.

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Lanxin Xiang says Beijing's recent legal reform, when not coloured by Western filters but understood in the context of China's political history, is a groundbreaking effort to curb corruption

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It is impossible for the Chinese to accept that having more lawyers and litigation would be the right way towards social justice; rather, they will be seen as a symptom of social chaos and moral decay.
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