Yamin XU

A system developed in ancient China that primarily served as the means by which bureaucratic institutions and government officials were monitored, and which ensured that the growing empire was governed and functioning properly.

The Chinese traditional supervisory system could trace its origins back to the times when China created the first bureaucratic governing machine under a monarch. While being exploited to strengthen monarchical control over the extended executive branch of the state,

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By |2014-12-16T16:53:52-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Governance, System|Comments Off on Supervisory System, Ancient (Gǔdài de jiānchá zhìdù 古代的监察制度)|Gǔdài de jiānchá zhìdù 古代的监察制度 (Supervisory System, Ancient)

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