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Practice Relating to Rule 52. Pillage
China’s PLA Rules of Discipline (1947) instructs: “Do not take a single needle or piece of thread from the masses – Turn in everything captured.” 
China, Order on Re-promulgation of the Three Main Rules of Discipline and the Eight Points for Attention by the Headquarters of the PLA, 10 October 1947, in Selected Works of Mao Zedong, Vol. 4, The People’s Press, Beijing, p. 1241, Rules 2 and 3.
China’s Law Governing the Trial of War Criminals (1946) provides that “robbing” constitutes a war crime. 
China, Law Governing the Trial of War Criminals, 1946, Article 3(24).
China’s Criminal Law (1979), as amended in 1997, states:
Any serviceman who, during wartime, cruelly injures innocent residents in an area of military operation or plunders their money or property shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not more than five years; if the circumstances are serious, he shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not less than five years but not more than 10 years; if the circumstances are especially serious, he shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not less than 10 years, life imprisonment or death. 
China, Criminal Law, 1979, as amended in 1997, Article 446.
In the Takashi Sakai case in 1946, a Chinese Military Tribunal found the accused, a Japanese military commander in China during the Second World War, guilty, inter alia, of “inciting or permitting his subordinates to … plunder … civilians”, notably rice, poultry and other foods. The Tribunal said that, in so doing, “he had violated the [1907 Hague Regulations] … These offences are war crimes and crimes against humanity.” It found that Articles 28 and 47 of the 1907 Hague Regulations had been violated. 
China, War Crimes Military Tribunal of the Ministry of National Defence at Nanking, Takashi Sakai case, Judgment, 29 August 1946.
In the context of the Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945), the Chinese Communist Party condemned looting by Japanese troops. According to the Report on the Practice of China, these acts of looting were considered as part of a deliberate “barbarous policy” of the Japanese authorities. 
Report on the Practice of China, 1997, Chapter 2.3, referring to Mao Zedong talking with a journalist of the Xinhua News Agency on the new international situation, 1 September 1939, Selected Works by Mao Zedong, The People’s Press, Beijing, Vol. 2, p. 586; see also Chapter 4.1, referring to Deng Xiaoping, The Economic Construction of the Area of Taihang Mountain, 2 July 1943, Selected Works of Deng Xiaoping, Vol. I, The People’s Press, Beijing, p. 78, which describes the plunder by Japanese troops of basic necessities and foodstuffs.