Hong Kong Law Journal 1971 - 2024

Vol. 54, Part 1 of 2024


In Memoriam: Professor Julius Yam (1992-2024), Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Hong Kong Law Journal Law Journal Cora Chan and Hualing Fu3
Transfiguring the Landscape — Morality, Courts and Justice Kemal Bokhary7
The Asymmetric Evolution of the Basic Laws of Hong Kong and Macao Wanli Wang15
Macau and Hong Kong: Convergence or Divergence? An Analysis of the 2023 Macau National Security Law Han Zhu55
Junk Food Control Standards Based on the Protection of Rights to Food: Study About Issues in Hong Kong/Macau and International Experience Ting Zhou, Jingwen Chen and Qiuning Luan67
Breaking Dilemmas: The Need for an International Liability Regime for Commercial Spaceflight Jie Long and Wenzhen Chen87
The Reform of Civil Online Litigation in China: Development and Predicaments Xingmei Zhang and Jieren Hu111
The Current Debate and Future Development of Dual-Class Share Structures in China Min Yan135
Pharmaceutical Patent Protection in the China-US Phase One Trade Agreement: China’s Perspective Na Zhang and Li Liu159
Narrow and Problematic Interpretation of an Arbitration Agreement’s Scope under Chinese Law: The Missing Pro-Arbitration Presumptive Rule Tietie Zhang181
From “Line Appraisal” to “Case-Process Ratio”: Will the New Case Quality Assessment System Facilitate the Changing Role of Chinese Prosecutor? Peter CH Chan and Wanqiang Wu 205
The Accountability of Non-charitable Donation-based Crowdfunding Platforms in China Dejian Li and Hui Jing233
Data Governance in China’s Digital Market Economy Sijuade Animashaun255
Book Review
Shucheng Wang, Law as an Instrument: Sources of Chinese Law for Authoritarian Legality Samuli Seppänen287

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