In order to promote foreign NGOs’ and Chinese Partner Units’ (CPUs’) legal registration and filing, the Guangxi Public Security Bureau (PSB) recently rolled out “drop-in service.” This entails the PSB visiting relevant entities to publicize the law, provide guidance on filing and registration, and promote the work of the one foreign NGO that has registered in Guizhou and the 13 temporary activities that have been filed for [The China NGO Project notes that, according to MPS data, as of August 23 there have been well over 50 temporary activities in Guizhou since the Foreign NGO Law went into effect at the beginning of 2017]. During this period, the PSB’s visits have included 971 government entities, 397 communities, 584 schools, and 1,180 organizations.


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