The Australian Centre on China in the World (Centre) is a major initiative at ANU that has been funded by the Australian government. It enhances the University’s existing capabilities to create an integrated, world-leading institution for Chinese Studies and the understanding of China on a global scale. Continue reading →
It is rare that I can blog on a patent issue in China that has implications reaching far beyond intellectual property, to property rights and civil law, WTO and TRIPS, and even the role of the courts. These recently released draft amendments to the patent law, however, have a much broader scope of impact. Continue reading →
The following are some English language reference materials for those who are closely following Chinese copyright developments, which can also be useful for those attending Fordham’s conference on July 25. Continue reading →
The recently released KPMG 2012 Global Technology Innovation Survey of 668 geographically distributed technology business executives suggests that technology innovation may shift from Silicon Valley to another destination, with the most likely destination being China (44%), in the next four years.