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On May 28th, China's first civil code （民法典） was enacted at the annual session of the National People's Congress. This is the first civil code passed in China's history, and is made up of six parts: real rights, contracts, personality rights, marriage and family, succession, and tort liabilities. The code is due to take effect on January 1, 2021.
“The Romance of Tiger and Rose" (传闻中的陈芊芊) is, according to Sixth Tone,
"a new wildly popular, convention-defying period drama" that "reimagines an ancient China where women command armies and hold public office while men aren’t allowed to pursue their studies."
If this peaks your interest, you can watch the series on YouTube: or QQ.
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