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Chinese cultural laws, regulations and institutions

Chinese cultural laws, regulations and institutions

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Published by Culture and Art Publishing House in Beijing .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Arts, Chinese -- Societies, etc. -- Directories.,
    • Law and art -- China.,
    • China -- Cultural policy.

    • Edition Notes

      Presented to the Library on the occasion of its Bicentennial by the Embassy of the People"s Republic of China

      Statementchief editor Gao Shuxun ; co-weriters Hong Yongping ... [et al.] ; translators Li Bin, Zhou Qingchang, Chen Qiping.
      GenreDirectories.
      SeriesChinese culture and art series ;, 1, Zhongguo wen hua yi shu cong shu (Beijing, China)., 1.
      ContributionsHong, Yongping., Gao, Shuxun., Li, Bin., Zhou, Qingchang., Chen, Qiuping.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNX583.A1 Z46513 1999 vol. 1
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2, 192 p. :
      Number of Pages192
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3543723M
      ISBN 107503918349
      LC Control Number2001532507

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        Last month in Shanghai, Chinese venture capitalist Eric X. Li made a provocative suggestion. The United States, he said, was going through its own "Cultural .   The regulations governing the enforcement of this law shall be formulated by the Ministry of Interior and shall be submitted to Executive Yuan for approval. Article This law shall become effective upon promulgation. Annotated by Wikibooks ↑ "National Park Law: Legislative History". Laws & Regulations Database of The Republic of China.


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