Mimi Zou

Mimi Zou is the inaugural Fangda Fellow in Chinese Commercial Law at Oxford University. She is the author of An Introduction to Chinese Contract Law.
Mimi Zou
Mimi Zou is the inaugural Fangda Fellow in Chinese Commercial Law at Oxford University. She is the author of An Introduction to Chinese Contract Law.

Latest from Mimi Zou

The View | China’s ‘996’ work culture should not turn into Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times

While it is true, as Alibaba founder Jack Ma has argued, that extended working hours are not a problem for those passionate about their jobs, a top-down inflexible approach to how long employees work is not the way for Industry 4.0 to go.

23 Apr 2019 - 10:31PM

While it is true, as Alibaba founder Jack Ma has argued, that extended working hours are not a problem for those passionate about their jobs, a top-down inflexible approach to how long employees work is not the way for Industry 4.0 to go.

China’s ‘996’ work culture should not turn into Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times
The View | Fan Bingbing’s fall from grace turns the spotlight on the far-reaching yin-yang economy in China

Separate contracts for official use and for execution by private parties are common in the construction industry and property transactions, and are even legitimised by the courts.

9 Oct 2018 - 10:37PM

Separate contracts for official use and for execution by private parties are common in the construction industry and property transactions, and are even legitimised by the courts.

Fan Bingbing’s fall from grace turns the spotlight on the far-reaching yin-yang economy in China
Asian Angle | In China puzzle, at least Australia knows itself. The UK hasn’t a clue

Canberra has been thorough in examining its position on a rising China. London’s response is one of complacency verging on indifference.

29 Sep 2018 - 4:02PM

Canberra has been thorough in examining its position on a rising China. London’s response is one of complacency verging on indifference.

In China puzzle, at least Australia knows itself. The UK hasn’t a clue
China must set ethical standards for its Belt and Road investments