China to hold online contest on Olympics-related laws, regulations
[ 2007-08-13 16:13 ]
An online contest on the knowledge of Olympics-related laws and regulations, joined by 100 Chinese websites, will be held from late August to late September this year, according to the Ministry of Justice.
The contest mainly aims to promote the public's acquaintance with regulations dedicated to protect the Olympics-related IPR (Intellectual Property Right) and patents as well as other Olympic conventions, so as to ensure a sound environment for the big sports event to be held in Beijing next summer, the ministry said.
The involved websites, including famous domestic portals like People's Daily Online, Youth. CN, China Economy Net and Xinhuanet.com, will give online test questions with multiple choices and calculate results of each examinees, it said.
The winners will be awarded bonuses and certificates, it added.
The contest will be co-sponsored by the ministry, Information Office of the State Council, General Administration of Sport, Beijing organizing committee for the Olympics and national law promotion office.
Ministry of Justice：司法部
IPR (Intellectual Property Right): 知识产权