The 2016-2017 sub-session of the food safety legal system in East Asia was held in RUC successfully
Dean Han, deputy director of Food Safety
Management Collaborative Innovation Center, first gave a speech. He introduced
the background and the meaning of the subject and wished for the success of the
seminar. Chen Xu, deputy director of the China Food and Drug Administration
Legal Affairs Department, congratulated on the convening of the meeting and
introduced the emphasis that Chinese government take on food safety. Prof.
Qingmu Renzhi from Hitotsubashi University briefly introduced the research
situation of Hitotsubashi University for this meeting. Besides, he pointed out
the necessity that government and social public support and cooperate in the program.
Prof. Li Qichun from Pusan National University,
introduced the specific situation of transgenic organism law issues in South
After the plenary meeting, the seminar was held
in the form of sub-committee. The first one is themed with research on
transgenic food safety law system, the second is criminal legal system in food
safety, and the third one is the consumer protection legal system.
The first one was held by Prof. Hu
Jinguang. Prof. Tianzhong Lianghong from Niigata University gave the report ¡°legal
situation of Japanese transgenic food¡±. And Prof. Li Qichun from Pusan National
University gave a detailed introduction of precautionary principle and perpetrator
Seminar in the afternoon was presided over by
Prof. Ji Ping from agricultural development school. Prof. Yang Jianshun,
designed the transgenic food safety risk control system from regulation and development
theory. And Prof. Zhu Xiao made a detailed report on Chinese transgenic food
law. Prof. Song Hualin from Nankai University focused on the current situation
and legal framework of regulatory governance and made his own views on how to
supervise it in the future.
The second one was hosted by Prof. Shi Yanan. Professor
Wang Yunhai gave different interpretation on the effects of three legal
sanctions making on food safety crime. Prof. Chen Canping, dean of Tianjin
University of Finance & Economics law school, talked about the possibility
of putting food safety crimes into the crime of public safety. Prof. Wang
Wenhua from Beijing Foreign Studies University focused on the identification
and punishment of online food safety crime.
The final one was held in Pusan National
University, in which assistant professor Xiong Bingwan participated. He pointed
out that the consumer punitive damages system we have, and the consumers have
the right to request punitive damage compensation.
This seminar among three
counties talked about many cutting-edged issues. Scholars have collided with the
spark of thought and provided significant reference to the theory and practice
of food safety law.
Editor: Zhang Wenke