Dennis Deng , an attorney based in China, maintains the informative Dispute Resolution and Enforcement in China blog. Recent posts include: translations of laws and regulations, Q & A about civil litigation in China, and translated statistics from the Annual Report of the Work of the People’s Court.
As stated — importantly — in the abstract to her article:
An informed democratic society needs open access to the law, but states’ attempts to protect copyright interests in their laws are a major roadblock [boldface added].
She considers, among other things, the complexity of copyright law for state and local government works, plus how that law could be changed (by 3 main avenues: legislation, litigation, and persuasion).