In 2015, the Supreme People’s Court Monitor had over 25,000 page views, from 140 countries (regions), primarily from:
- United States;
- Hong Kong;
- Australia; and
- Mainland China,
with the United Kingdom, Germany, and Singapore trailing closely. I am particularly honored to have so many visitors from China when WordPress blogs are often difficult to access there. Visitors came from many of China’s neighbors (and all parts of greater China), including:
Macau, Taiwan, Philippines, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, South Korea, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, India, Bhutan, Russia, Tajikistan.
Like my sister blog, China IPR, my followers include academics, students, journalists, government officials (and officials of international organizations) as well as practicing attorneys (in private practice, government service and with NGOs). I am honored to have my blog listed as a Chinese law resource by Harvard and Yale Law Schools, Oxford Bodleian Library as well as many other universities.
I was honored to have been invited to speak about China’s judicial reforms by the Faculty of Law of the University of Hong Kong, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia Law School, and Guangzhou University, and the European China Law Studies Association, among other institutions.