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In reducing "fundamentally unethical" research to only two types of problems, the HSRB excludes much behavior that ethicists traditionally have condemned.
The second HSRB conclusion also imposes an unfair burden on research victims or opponents, requiring them to establish researchers' intentions.
One reason for the HSRB's questionable ethical conclusions may be inadequate bioethics expertise.
(22.) Ri Liang, "Promoting the Healthy Development of Chinese Language Education," HSRB, 27 December 1999.
(27.) Wu Meijiao, "Reflections on Chinese School," HSRB, 21 October 1999.
(HSRB, 23 April 1998; 6 May 1998; 25 July 1998; 22 September 1999.) The preponderance of official firms from Guangxi, one of China's poorest provinces, could have ominous implications given the recent decision by China's National People's Congress to investigate Vice Chairman Cheng Kejie, the former Communist Party (CCP) chairman of Guangxi from 1990 until 1998, for economic cr imes.
(HSRB, 27 March 1998; 23 April 1998; 11, 12, and 13 June 1998; 9,11, 12, and 24 March 1999; 20 April 1999; 25 June 1999; 17, 19, and 26 August 1999; 5 October 1999; 7 and 13 January 2000, NCNA, 23 March 2000.)
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