Since 1987, the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) has worked in over 145 countries to advance good governance and democratic rights. Although IFES is not currently engaged in programming in this country, previous work, research and/or other relevant items are highlighted below.
This report on the Hong Kong elections discusses the institutions involved with the election process, the issues currently under debate and the potential avenues of participation by the Secretariat in the transitional election process.
This 1989 report on elections in China summarizes the various Chinese political institutions, the contemporary political scene, pre-election observations and the role and structure of major political parties and special interest groups and the voting procedure. The report concludes with a documentation of the results of the election. The report also includes an organigram of the Chinese political structure and several drawings of the voting process.