Chinese legal system under One Country Two Systems is an integrated whole which in composed of socialist legal system mainly implemented in Chinese continent and relatively independent legal systems in Hongkong and Macau Special Administrative Regions and Taiwan.
Chinese legal system under One Country Two Systems has co-existence of two legal systems of different nature, involves the law belonging to three different legal systems, and possesses four different jurisdictions.
Problems arise especially in cases where it is not clear how to prioritise different obligations, and this has been noted as a difficulty in the Chinese legal system.
After that period, Chinese legal system had gradually accommodated various forms in coexistence, with codes as the main body but cases as supplementary.
As the adhesive of professional community of media and an important means of maintaining knowledge production, periodicals created some new authority of saying, based on which the tradition of modern Chinese legal system has been established.
In addition, it will make some prediction upon the future development of Chinese legal system.
It also tries to answer the question of what will be the possible impact upon the current Chinese legal system since China now implements the policy of "one country two systems" in order to realize its reunification with Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.