Baojia System

Baojia System

The baojia system (Chinese: 保甲; pinyin: bǎojiǎ) was an invention of Wang Anshi of the Song Dynasty, who created this community-based system of law enforcement and civil control that was included in his large reform of Chinese government (“the New Policies”) from 1069-1076.

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Baojia - History - Modern China
... The baojia system has continued to resonate with Chinese citizens during the 20th century ... in 1919, students modeled their resistance on the baojia system ... As with the traditional baojia system, one member of each group of ten became leader of the group ...
Baojia System - Structure
... The structure of the baojia system changed over time ... In Wang Anshi's original system, its basic unit was the bao (watch), which consisted of ten families ... There was a great deal of regional variation in the system ...

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