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Following the recent Third Plenum meeting, one of the priorities identified in the “blueprint for reform” was the abolition
Despite talks to abolish China’s re-education through labor or laojiao system, Xi Jinping’s attempt at reform has been met
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As the Chinese government moves ahead with plans to abolish the reeducation through labor system (laojiao), the country’s chief justice
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