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To better protect minors – especially from school violence – education departments should develop an anti-bullying guide, and juvenile family courts and procuratorates should be set up.

Pollution and high house prices are the two roadblocks holding China back, says economist Liang Hong.

A high enough real-estate tax will certainly bring down housing prices in China, argue some experts while others disagree

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The new carsharing industry needs both supportive government policies and a set of detailed regulation rules.

A Tsinghua professor argues that the social security contributions paid by Chinese companies are too high and government assets should play a larger part in covering social security.

Government decisions must be made following statutory procedures, and the Lifelong Accountability System should curb power and prevent poor decision-making