|International Human Rights Conventions in China——An interview with Research Fellow Mo Jihong of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
||OUR STAFF REPORTER
||International Human Rights Conventions, implemented, in China
||on the advent of the"international human rights day"on dec.10, 2007,our staff reporter interviewed research fellow mo jihong of the chinese academy of social sciences on how the international human rights conventions are implemented in china. born in may 1965,mo jihong is a native of jingjiang,jiangsu province.he is a research fellow at the law institute of the chinese academy of social sciences and a tutor for ph.d candidates in the international human rights law.he also serves as an executive member of the society for international constitution studies and vice-president of the constitution chapter of the china society of law.he was a visiting scholar at the human rights institute of norway,and the raoul wallenberg institute of human rights and humanitarian law.his principal works include international human rights convention and china (2005),principles of constitutional sciences in practice (2007) and in defense of legislation (2007).he was elected as one of the ten mast outstanding young jurists in china.