China proposes first-ever sex offender registry in bid to stem campus assaults, but absence of penalties criticised

Plans for a nationwide sex offender registry for schools and universities would be the biggest change to laws on sexual assault in China in almost two decades, but some have criticised the absence of penalties for offenders.

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