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12. FAO. 2006. Compendium of Food and Agriculture Indicators: China. Rome.



13. Tong, S. Y. & Chen, G. 2008. Date of China Land Policy Reform: An update (available at http://www.eai.nus.edu.sg/BB419.pdf). EAI Background Brief No. 41.Singapore, East Asian Institute.



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15. All-China Women’s Federation website: Laws and regulations (available at http://www.women.org.cn/english/index.htm).



16. Rural Development Institute (RDI). 2001. Women and Land Tenure in China - A Study of Women’s Land Rights in Dongfang County, Hainan Province (available at http://www.rdiland.org/PDF/PDF_Reports/RDI_110.pdf). Seattle, WA, USA.



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18. FAO. 2006. Rural land tenure reforms in China: issues, regulations and prospects for additional reform (available at ftp://ftp.fao.org/docrep/fao/006/y5026e/y5026e01.pdf). Rome.



19. Convention on the Elimination of All Form of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). 2006. CEDAW/C/CHN/5-6. Consideration of reports submitted by States parties under article 18 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. Combined fifth and sixth periodic reports of States parties. China (available at http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/cedaw/reports.htm). New York, USA.



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21. Asian Legal Information Institute. Laws of the People’s Republic of China (available at http://www.asianlii.org/cn/legis/cen/laws/poraiow439/). Sydney, Australia, University of Technology.



22. UNESCAP. Population and Family Planning Laws, Policies and Regulations: 1995-2000 Programme for the Development of Chinese (available at http://www.unescap.org/esid/psis/population/database/poplaws/law_china/ch_record016.htm). Bangkok.



23. China.org. 2001-2010 Programme for the Development of Chinese (available at http://www.china.org.cn/english/features/cw/140979.htm). Beijin, China Internet Information Center.
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25. CAHDI. 2001. European Observatory of Reservations to International Treaties: List of outstanding reservations and declarations to International Treaties (available at http://www.coe.int/T/E/Legal_Affairs/Legal_co-operation/Public_international_law/Texts_&_Documents/Docs2001/CAHDI_2001_6E.pdf). 22nd Meeting, Strasburg, 11-12 September 2001.



26. UN OHCHR. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights website (available at http://www2.ohchr.org/english/). Geneva, Switzerland.



27. Guo, R. & Yang, C. 2005. The legal framework for land tenure in China (available at http://www.fig.net/commission7/bangkok_2005/papers/9_1_guo.pdf). Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of Land Resources and Housing, China.



28. FAO. World Census of Agriculture: China Agricultural Census 1997 (available at http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/templates/ess/documents/world_census_of_agriculture/main_results_by_country/china_2000.pdf). Rome.



29. Cadastral Template. 2003. Country report: China (available at http://www.cadastraltemplate.org/countrydata/cn.htm). Melbourne, Australia, Department of Geomatics of the University of Melbourne.



30. UNRISD. Research and Policy Brief n° 4, 2006. Land Tenure Reform and Gender Equality (available at http://unrisd.org/unrisd/website/document.nsf/%28httpPublications%29/64FF792CAE6DF527C1257108003F59AA?OpenDocument). Geneva, Switzerland.



31. Manoharan, T. 1999. Common property in China, towards an overall analytical framework (available at http://www.indiana.edu/~workshop/papers/manoharan.pdf). Bloomington, IN, USA, Indiana University.

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