7 Chinese L. & Religion Monitor 1 (2011)

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Chinese Law & Religion Monitor
January - June 2011
Vol. 7, No. 1
Table of Contents
Editor's Note.      ..................................................3
Detention Notice for Dr. Fan, 2010 document...   .................6
On Religious Freedom and Cultivation of a Civil Society in China - text of
speech delivered at School of Law of George Mason University on
February 1, 2011, Li Renbing...................................7
Administrative Detention Notice Issued to Mr. Liu Jintao document .........14
A General Interpretation of Religious Policy and Tactics in China - Defense
of Rights through Legal Means Against Religious Persecution, Zheng
Leguo....................................................15
Summary of Academic Seminar of Religious Freedom and Ethnic
Harmony, Yang Shyian, Zhao Dan.    .............................38
Notification of Penalties on Du Xianping and Zhao Ximei document... 54
Between God and Caesar - A Look at the Relationship between Church and
State from the Perspective of the German Churches, Jie Yu .................55
The Criminal Detention Notice for Pastor Shi Enhao................78
China's Policies Toward Spiritual Movements - Congressional-Executive
Commission on China Roundtable, Mark Chuanhang Shan...................79
Civil Disobedience and the Legal Positioning of Chinese House Churches,
Liu Tongsu ................................................89
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