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Chinese Posts at BlawgDog from Dec. 14th to Dec. 20th: English Abstracts

From December 14th to December 20th, 2009, seven new Chinese entries have been posted to the Blawgdog. Here are the brief one-sentence abstracts for the English readers’ reference: Top Ten 2009 Copyright News in ChinaChosen by the China Copyright Journal. I added the referral links to those news that had been commented at blawgdog. It’s […]

What will happen when two utilitarian giants meet

This is the outline of my talk at Berkman Fellow’s Hour on 17 Nov. 2009. Needs improvement, just post for commentaries.   1. Copyright protection is justified in a utilitarian way in the US. Contrary to many people’s granted thought, my study find that although it is deeply affected by the Germeneric-japanese form of civil […]

Rule of Moral or Rule of Law?

Rule of Moral or Rule of Law? Contending Passions of China’s Information Control in the New Round of Metropolis Development DONG Hao This is an outline of my presentation prepared for a Symposium. Lust, Caution is a movie telling a story in Shanghai and Hong Kong in 1940s. I personally like it because it has […]