36 Chinese L. & Gov't 1 (2003)
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Chinese   Law   and  Government
MAY-JUNE  2003/VOL. 36, NO. 3




       Religious   Freedom and Rule of the Law

                   Guest Editor and Translator:
                        Xiqiu (Bob) Fu
                 Oklahoma  Wesleyan University

Guest Editor's Introduction
XIQIU (BOB) Fu                                               3

White Paper: Freedom  of Religious
Belief in China
INFORMATION  OFFICE OF THE STATE
COUNCIL  OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA                   7

International Religious Freedom
Report on Mainland  China
BUREAU  OF DEMOCRACY, HUMAN  RIGHTS,
AND  LABOR, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE                        21

Five Provincial Level Official Regulations
on Religious Affairs
STANDING  COMMITTEE OF THE MUNICIPAL/PROVINCIAL
PEOPLE'S CONGRESS                                           49

Rules for the Implementation of the
Provisions on the Administration
of Religious Activities of Aliens Within
the Territory of the People's Republic of China
STATE ADMINISTRATION OF RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS                   81



Articles continue directly from Religion and Public Security in China, 1999-2002,
which appeared in Chinese Law and Government, vol. 36, no. 2 (March-April 2003).


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