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Adelaide Law School scholar has won a competitive grant from the Australian Institute of International Affairs

Australia’s top think tank – Australian Institute of International Affairs, recently announced the result of its 2018 round of application for Workshop Support Grant. Dr Nengye Liu’s proposed Workshop “Exploring Australia’s China Strategy in Antarctic Governance” became the only one that was funded in the country. This award of $7,500 will allow a number of […]

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Dr Nengye Liu appointed Chen An Visiting Chair Professor of International Law, Xiamen University, China

Dr Nengye Liu was recently appointed Chen An Visiting Professor of International Law by the Xiamen University Chen An International Law Development Foundation. Established by Xiamen University, a top 20 Chinese university in Southern part of China, the Foundation is named after Professor Chen An, founding father of International Economic Law in China. Every year, through […]

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Adelaide Law Scholar won Competitive Grant from the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

  Through a highly competitive process, the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) recently decided the results of the 2018 round of applications for the Australia-China Joint Action Program, together with Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Dr Nengye Liu’s project “regulating China’s distant water fishing in the Polar Regions” is one of four projects that […]

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Dr Nengye Liu interviewed by BBC World News about China’s First Commercial Flight to Antarctica

China’s first commercial flight recently brought 22 Chinese tourists to Antarctica. After the United States, Chinese tourists are now the second largest national group of tourists to Antarctica each year. The Chinese commercial flights has been described by Chinese tour operators as a significant milestone as Chinese tourists no longer need to go through foreign […]

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China Study Tour – Day 4

Day Four – Shanghai Study Tour This morning we had the privilege of being taught (a brief introduction of) Chinese Intellectual Property Law by Professor Liu Yongpei. Yongpei began the class by announcing “My name is Yongpei, you may call me YongPei”. His humorous style of teaching involved putting a microphone in the face of […]

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China Study Tour 2017 – Day 3

Today we attended a lecture about Chinese Competition Law. As well as being informative about competition law, this lecture gave us a basic introduction to Chinese economics and the Chinese market. Living in such a global world, it was interesting to see to differences between China and Australia and how the two markets manage to […]

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China Student Exchange experience

Samuel Mugford reports on his student exchange experience from Shanghai Jiao Tong University Law School: During my third year in law school I was lucky enough to be the first exchange student from the University of Adelaide accepted to study English courses in Chinese law and Chinese political economy at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. With […]

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