I had the good fortune to have a meeting with some judges of the Supreme People’s Court last week in the main building of the Supreme People’s Court. The rules are now such that photographs of the gate (and nameplate of the Supreme People’s Court) are forbidden, a contrast to 20+ years ago, when I was able to ride my bicycle along the road fronting the Court. As the Supreme People’s Court guides the courts towards more transparency and public access, I look forward to the day when it can become a tourist destination and its hearings more open to the Chinese and foreign public.
I wish all my readers all the best for the Year of the Sheep 祝大家新春快乐，身体健康，万事如意！
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