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Donnie, Hao Dong is a Student Fellow at Berkman Center. His research interests cover copyright reform, law and social development in digital age, and rule of law in China.

Donnie is now a PhD Candidate in City University of Hong Kong supervised by Professor Minkang GU. As a Visiting Fulbright Junior Scholar, he plans to study China's new copyright reform for digital age during the fellowship at Berkman Center.

Donnie defended his Master's dissertation on Internet Governance in 2003, then he joined Faculty of Law at Yunnan University located in his hometown Kunming. As a "Western Light" Domestic Visiting Scholar sponsored by Chinese Academy of Science, he visited China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) in 2004, and co-led a pioneer course of Cyber Law for LLM students with Professor Chu ZHANG. Also under Professor Zhang’s supervision, he completed his first doctorate study on the Public Domain in the Context of Chinese Copyright Law at CUPL.

Donnie published a few academic papers and co-authored some books in Chinese. He began to publish in English after studying in Hong Kong since 2006. His publications, short essays and nags can be accessed at BLawgDog, a personal website just celebrated her 10th birthday:

He is a bad player of GO (Weichi).


Apr 29, 2010

Radio Berkman 151: A Non-Unified Theory of the Internet

This week on Radio Berkman: Donnie Dong proposes the explanatory power of his notion of cyberpluralism...


Mar 16, 2010 @ 12:30 PM

Cyber-pluralism: Can We Get Along with Each Other in a “Splitting” Internet?

Donnie, Hao Dong, Berkman Fellow

Donnie Dong will present some new developments about China’s IP (Intellectual Property), IG (Internet Governance) and IB (Internet Business), then discuss a possible perspective…