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Publications for Bing Ling

Publications for Bing Ling

2015

Ling, B. (2015). Book Review: Introduction to the Hong Kong Basic Law. DANNY GITTINGS. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2013 413 pp. \$40.00 ISBN 978-988-8139-49-1. China Quarterly, 221, 258-259. [More Information]

Ling, B. (2015). Contract Law in China (2nd Edition) (Forthcoming). Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Asia.

2014

Ling, B. (2014). China's Changing Attitude to International Law: The Case of the South China Sea Disputes. Annual Workshop on Chinese Law 2014, Camperdown, NSW: Presentation.

Ling, B. (2014). Procedural Issues Relating to China's Non-Appearance in the South China Sea Arbitration. International Symposium on the Philippines V. China Arbitration Case 2014, Beijing, China: Presentation.

Ling, B. (2014). Rule of Law in Foreign Policy-making: China's Non-Appearance in the South China Sea Arbitration. 9th Annual Conference of the European China Law Studies Association (ECLS) 2014: Making, Enforcing and Accessing the Law, Hong Kong: Presentation.

Ling, B. (2014). The Development of Rule of Law in China under the Xi Jinping Administration (2012-14).

Ling, B. (2014). The Limit of Cosmopolitanism: The Role of Comparative Contract Law in China's Reform of Contract Law. Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law Third Annual Conference 2014 - Stepping away from the State: Universality and Cosmopolitanism in International and Comparative Law, Cambridge, England: Presentation.



2013

Ling, B. (2013). A Tale of Two Jurisdictions: China's State Secret Law and Disclosure Rules on Cross-border Financial Information. Shanghai Forum 2013, Shanghai, China: Presentation.

Ling, B. (2013). China's Non-Appearance in the Philippines v. China UNCLOS Arbitration Case. National Institute for South China Studies 2013, Haikou, China: Presentation.

Ling, B. (2013). Jurisdictional Conflicts: New Problems for China. Fourth Cross-Strait Forum on International Law 2013, Beijing, China: Presentation.

Ling, B. (2013). The 'confused topic' of act of state under the Hong Kong Basic Law. The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, 1(1), 84-111. [More Information]

Ling, B. (2013). The Bo Xilai Trial Bolsters Judicial Reform [Chinese]. Ta Kung Pao.

Ling, B. (2013). The Philippines v. China Arbitration Case and the Judicial Settlement of Disputes in the South China Sea. 20th Conference on Maritime Police, Taoyuan, Taiwan: Presentation.

Ling, B. (2013). Will Snowden's Extradition Trigger a US-China Dispute? [Chinese]. Ta Kung Pao.



2012

Ling, B. (2012). Civil Codification in China. 2012 Thematic Congress of International Academy of Comparative Law, Taipei: National Taiwan University.



2011

Ling, B. (2011). America's Real Intent in Its Involvement in the South China Sea. Shanghai Morning Post.

Ling, B. (2011). CFA's Referral of Interpretation Tests Rule of Law at NPC. Ming Pao Daily.

Ling, B. (2011). Contract Law and the Treatment of Non-Performing Loans in China. Law and Development in China - The Legal Dimension of China’s Development Model (Research Symposium), Singapore: National University of Singapore.

Ling, B. (2011). Phone Tapping Scandal and the Limits of Press Rights in the West. Shanghai Morning Post.

Ling, B. (2011). State Immunity and the 'High Degree of Autonomy' of Hong Kong. 2011 International Law Association Asia-Pacific Regional Conference, Taiwan: International Law Association.



2010

Ling, B. (2010). Communal Interest and the Security of Private Contract in China. A Case Study. 5th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences.

Ling, B. (2010). One Country Two Systems and Sovereign Immunity. Second Cross- Strait Symposium on International Law.

2009

Ling, B. (2009). China's Response to the Memorandum: Introduction and Critical Assessment. Roundtable on Regional Autonomy and Central-Local Relations in China, Hong Kong, China.

Ling, B. (2009). International Legal Effects of the Sino - Japanese Principled Consensus on East China Sea. 16th Academic Conference on Maritime Conference.

Ling, B. (2009). Liu Xiaobo Case and Freedom of Speech [Chinese]. Ming Pao Daily.

Ling, B. (2009). Recent Developments in American International Law Theories. 2009 Annual Conference of the Chinese Society of International Law.

2008

Ling, B. (2008). Constitutionalism and Acess to Social Justice in China: The Case of 'Nail Household'. Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) Academic Conference.

Ling, B. (2008). Is One Country Two Systems Model Internationally Applicable? Conference on "One Country Two Systems: Comparative Perspectives".

Ling, B. (2008). Kosovo Independence and he Cross-Strait Relationship [Chinese]. Ming Pao Daily.



2007

Ling, B. (2007). Does Beijing Have Uncontrained Symposium on 'Hong Kong Ten Years After'. International Symposium on 'Hong Kong Ten Years After'.

Ling, B. (2007). Introduction to Chinese contract law since the statute of 15 March 1999. Colloquium on Contract Law in China and Europe Conference.

Ling, B. (2007). Legal Education in Hong Kong: Ten Years after the Handover [English & Chinese]. China Law, 3, 57; 153-59; 156.

Ling, B. (2007). One Country Two Systems and the Limits to the Power of the NPCSC to Interpret the Basic Law. Conference on the Retrospects and Prospects of the Basic Law.

Ling, B. (2007). Subject Matter Limitation on the NPCSC's Power to Interpret the Basic Law. Hong Kong Law Journal, 37, 619-649.

Ling, B. (2007). The Case of Guo Bihau and Rendition of Criminal Fugitives between Macau and Mainland China. Conference on "The Basic Law and the Sustainable Development of Macau SAR", Macau.

Ling, B. (2007). The Guo Bihua Case and Rendition of Fugitive Offenders between the Mainland and Macau [Chinese]. In Y Yang, G Rao (Eds.), The Basic Law and Sustainable Development in the Macau SAR, (pp. 123-129). Macau: Association for the Promotion of the Macau Basic Law.



2006

Ling, B. (2006). Anti-Secession Law in Dilemma [Chinese]. Ming Pao Daily.

Ling, B. (2006). Can Lai Changxing Be Extradited Back: Legal Issues in the Pursuit of Escaped Criminal Suspects [Chinese]. Bauhinia, 7, 60-61.

Ling, B. (2006). Contribution of Judge Ni Zhengyu to the work of The International Court of Justice. Symposium in memory of Judges Ni Zhengyu and Li Haopei on Their 100th birthday, Suzhou.

Ling, B. (2006). The United Nations Convention on Jurisdictional Immunities of States and Their Property and China's Position. Conference on the New Developments and Trends in International Law, Tongli.

2005

Ling, B. (2005). A Case for Extraterritorialty. In Fu Hualing, Carole J. Petersen and Simon N.M. Young (Eds.), National Security and Fundamental Freedoms: Hong Kong's Article 23 Under Scrutiny, (pp. 399-426). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Ling, B. (2005). Henkin's International Legal Theory and the Recent Development in American Scholarship on International Law. 2005 Symposium of International Law Scholars in East China.

Ling, B. (2005). Sovereignty as Responsibility to Protect: A Preliminary Analysis. 2005 Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society of International Law.



2004

Ling, B. (2004). Anti-Secession Law Not Conducive to Peaceful Reunification. Ming Pao Daily.

Ling, B. (2004). Excessive Claims of Jurisdiction and Transnational Economic Regulation. Conference on China's Peaceful Development and International Law, Beijing.

Ling, B. (2004). Extraterritorial Legislative Power of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region [Chinese]. In G.Rao (Eds.), High Like Mountains and Long Like Rivers: Collected Essays in Honour of Professor Wang Tieya, (pp. 273-285). China: Peking University Press.

Ling, B. (2004). Fragmentation of the Contemporary International Legal System. 2004 Annual Conference of the Chinese Society of International Law on China's Road to Peaceful Development.

Ling, B. (2004). State Responsibility for Violation of International Humanitarian Law. Symposium on Weapons and International Humanitarian Law.

Ling, B. (2004). The Book Gifts from Professor Wang [Chinese]. In G.Rao (Eds.), High Like Mountains and Long Like Rivers: Collected Essays in Honour of Professor Wang Tieya, (pp. 355-358). China: Peking University Press.

Ling, B. (2004). The Development of Comparative Law Scholarship and Its Impact on the Legal Reform in Mainland China. East Asian Conference on Comparative Law.



2003

Ling, B. (2003). International Legal Status of HKSAR and Its Relevance to the Cross-Strait Legal Relationship. WTO and New Trends in International Law in the 21st Century Conference.

Ling, B. (2003). Recent Developments in International Legal Theory and China's Response. International Law Workshop of the Chinese Society of International Law.

Ling, B. (2003). The Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the Limits of the Legislative Power of the National People's Congress. Fazhi Luncong [Forum on Rule of Law], 1, 9-18.

Ling, B. (2003). The Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the Limits of the Legislative Power of the National People's Congress [in Chinese]. Fazhi Luncong [Forum on Rule of Law], 1, 9-18.

2002

Ling, B. (2002). Contract Law in China. Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Asia.

Wolff, L., Ling, B. (2002). The Risk of Mixed Laws: The Example of Indirect Agency under Chinese Contract Law. Columbia Journal of Asian Law, 15, 173-192.

Ling, B. (2002). WTO as a Non-Self-Executing Treaty: An Analysis of the UK and US Practice. Annual Meeting of the Chinese society of International Law.



2001

Ling, B. (2001). Can the Central Government Remove the Chief Executive Without Cause? Ming Pao Daily.

Ling, B. (2001). Globalisation and Rethinking the Notion of State Sovereignty. Annual Conference of Chinese Society of International Law.

Ling, B. (2001). International Legal Analysis of the Aerial Collision Incident. Ming Pao Daily.

Ling, B. (2001). Rule of Law in the Mainland Loses out in the Spy Cases. Ming Pao Daily.

Ling, B. (2001). The Effect of WTO Rules in Chinese Law. Conference on the Study of Certain Legal Issues after China's WTO's Accession.

Ling, B. (2001). WTO Accession Procedure May Be Unconstitutional. Ming Pao Daily.

2000

Ling, B. (2000). Contract and the Third Party: A Criticism of Articles 64 and 65 of the Chinese Contract Law. Conference on the Current Situation of Civil and Commerical Law in the Asia-Pacific Region and Prospects for the Coming Century.

Ling, B. (2000). One Country Two Systems: Policy and Practice. Rethinking the Cross-Strait Relationship.

Ling, B. (2000). The Proper Law for the Conflict between the Basic Law and Other Legislative Acts of the National People's Congress. In H. L. Fu, Yash P. Ghai, Yash Ghai (Eds.), Hong Kong's Constitutional Debate: Conflict Over Interpretation, (pp. 151-170). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Ling, B. (2000). Universality of Human Rights: The Chinese Perspective. Symposium on Fundamental Causes for Gross Violations of Human Rights.

1999

Ling, B. (1999). Applicability of the PRC Crimimal Law in Hong Kong and the Prospect of a Rendition agreement between Hong Kong and the Mainland. Hong Kong Law Journal, 29(393), 421.

Ling, B. (1999). Can Hong Kong Courts Review and Nullify Acts of the National People's Congress. Hong Kong Law Journal, 29, 8-16.

Ling, B. (1999). Chinese Contract Law [in Chinese]. Hong Kong: Joint Publishing (HK) Co. Ltd.



1995

Ling, B. (1995). Criminal Jury Trial Materials: A Comparative Law Study. China: Northwest University.



1992

Ling, B. (1992). Developing Countries and Ozone Layer Protection: Issues, Principles and Implications. Tulane Environmental Law Journal, 6, 91-126


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