Tag Archives: historical documents

1986 Implementing Regulations on Identification Cards

This post provides a copy of the 1986 Implementing Regulations on Identification Cards, a document no longer in force, of interest to historians

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Measures on Managing Police Station Archives

Originally published on the Forgotten Archipelago Blog, this 5,000 characters document was issued in 1997, and it contains provisions on the archives of public security stations.

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Report of the Quality and Technology Supervision Bureau on the Unified Identification Number for Enterprises, Professional Units, and Social Organizations

This short, 1,000 characters report was filed by the Quality and Technology Supervision Bureau to the State Council, in 1989. It is one of the first documents regulating the introduction of an identification number for enterprises, professional units, and social organizations. Of interest to academics, and historians in particular.

In Chinese.

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