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Adelaide Law School well represented in 2018 National Science Week

On 14 August, Dr Nengye Liu co-convened and spoke at the University of Adelaide’s Research Tuesday Forum “Protecting the Catch”, during this year’s National Science Week. The Forum was well supported by the University of Adelaide’s Marketing and Communications Team, and opened by Prof Robert Hill, Director of Environment Institute. It gathered distinguished multi-disciplinary speakers […]

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Environmental Law and Energy Law – Possible Future Collaboration

On Wednesday 15 August 2018 Dr Nengye Liu, Mr Paul Leadbeter and Dr Alex Wawryk, of the Adelaide Law’s School’s Environmental and Natural Resources Law Research Unit, met with Prof Dr Hongyan Liu, Director of the Ecological Law Unit, Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and Dr Yue Xiaohua, Associate Professor and Postdoctoral […]

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Australia-CASS (China) Joint Action Program Project Launch

Prof Hongyan Liu, Director of Ecological Law Unit, Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences visited Adelaide Law School today, together with his colleague Dr Xiaohua Yue. The visit kicks off Australia-China Joint Project “Regulating China’s Distant Water Fishing in the Polar Regions”. This project is led by Prof Hongyan Liu (CASS) and Dr […]

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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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Roundtable: Framing the Futures of the South China Sea

The South China Sea has been attracting the world’s attention for its maritime disputes. However, beyond the disputes the South China Sea is one the world’s most biodiversity rich area and an important fishing ground for people in the region. This Seminar will feature a Keynote Speech by Prof. Dr Julia Guifang Xue, Koguan Chair […]

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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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DAAD Project Launch and visit by Adelaide Law School scholars to Trier University, Germany

Adelaide Law School scholars Dr Nengye Liu and Dr Michelle Lim have been visitors at the Institute for Environmental and Technical Law (IUTR), Trier University, Germany for most of December 2017. Dr Nengye Liu is currently conducting the German component of the project “Conservation of Marine Living Resources in the Polar Regions” at the Institute. […]

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China Study Tour – Day 5

Today, Adelaide Law School Lecturer Dr Nengye Liu gave a lecture on Chinese law of the sea. The first half of the lecture focused on the history of Chinese international relations and international law. He gave us an overview of the Chinese influence in neighbouring countries and the presence of colonialism, specifically in Shanghai. The […]

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Teaching and Research from the South to the North

In September, Dr Nengye Liu was invited by the Australian Academy of Science to present at this year’s Theo Murphy Australian Frontiers of Science Conference – The Antarctic Frontier: Developing Research in an Extreme Environment. The Conference was held in Hobart 13-15 September, and attracted more than 40 top early/mid-career scientists across the country. Dr […]

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South China Sea Code of Conduct on the Voice of America

Foreign ministers of ASEAN and China recently reached a negotiating framework for a Code of Conduct (CoC) in the South China Sea during ASEAN’s 50th anniversary leaders meeting in Manilla in August. The CoC is intended to be a set of rules to guide the conduct of parties and promote maritime cooperation in the disputed […]

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