Law School, The University of Hong Kong.
EU-China Human Rights Fellow (European Commission funded), National University of Ireland Galway.

Organizer of the EU-China Human Rights Dialogue (EU-China Human Rights Network)

Awards and honors
  • 2019
  • 2017
  • 2015
  • 2009
  • 01


    First Prize, China Human Rights Young Scholar Forum, CUPL

  • 02


    Third Prize, China Youth Legal Scholar Forum, China Law Association.

  • 03


    Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Students Abroad, China Scholarship Council.

  • 04


    EU-China Human Rights Scholar, the EU-China Human Rights Network, Irish Centre for Human Rights, NUI Galway.


Monographs & Book Chapters

Dang, H. P. (2017). International Law, Human Rights and Public Opinion: The Role of the State in Educating on Human Rights Standards. New York: Routledge.

Dang, H. P. (2013). The State’s Obligation to Educate Its Population in Core Human Rights Standards. in Krzysztof Mazur, Piotr Musiewicz and Bogdan Szlachta (Ed.), Promoting Changes in Times of Transition and Crisis: Reflections on Human Rights Education (pp. 307-324). Krakow: Księgarnia Akademicka.

Dang, H. P. (2012). State Obligation to Influence Public opinion Under International Law – Capital Punishment and Public Opinion. in Maria L. Idomir, Matthias Keuschnigg and Michael Platzer (Ed.), Working Together towards the Universal Abolition of the Death Penalty (pp. 68-73). Vienna: Academic Council on the United Nations System.

Dang, H. P. (2011). A Legal Sociology Analysis on Liao Tingting Intentional Killing Case. in Bingzhi Zhao (Ed.). Jurisprudence on Criminal Cases (pp. 220-246). Beijing: Peking University Press. (in Chinese)


Peer Reviewed Articles (Note: *Corresponding author)

Peng, X., & Dang, H. P*. (2020) Constructing Tainted Witness Immunity in Corruption Crime in China. Hong Kong Law Journal, 50(2), 1-21. 

Peng, X., & Dang, H. P*. (2019) Research on the Judicial Application of Legitimate Defense in China. Academics, 4, 190-204. 

Dang, H. P. (2018). A New Dimension of Capital Punishment Issue: Tendency of International Human Rights Law. Criminal Law Review, 2, 18 

Wang, R. Y., Liu, T., & Dang, H. P*. (2018). Bridging critical institutionalism and fragmented authoritarianism in China: An analysis of centralized water policies and their local implementation in semi-arid irrigation districts. Regulation & Governance, 12(4), 451-465. 

Liu, Q., Wang, R. Y., & Dang, H. P*. (2018). The Hidden Gaps in Rural Development: Examining Peasant-NGO Relations through a Post-earthquake Recovery Project in Sichuan, China. The China Quarterly, 233, 43-63. 

Qi, X., Fu, Y., Wang, R. Y., Ng, C. N., Dang, H. P.*, & He, Y. (2018). Improving the sustainability of agricultural land use: An integrated framework for the conflict between food security and environmental deterioration. Applied Geography, 90, 214-223. 

Qi, X., & Dang, H. P.* (2018). Addressing the dual challenges of food security and environmental sustainability during rural livelihood transitions in China, Land Use Policy, 77, 199-208. 

Wang, R. Y., Ng, C. N., Lenzer Jr, J. H., Dang, H. P., Liu, T* & Yao, S. J. (2017). Unpacking Water Conflicts: A Reinterpretation of Coordination Problems in China’s Water Governance System. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 33(4), 553-569. 

Dang, H. P. (2013). Do States Have an Obligation to Educate Their Population on Core Human Rights Standards? US-China Law Review, 10(2), 164-183.

Dang, H. P. , Jing F. Y. (2008). Analysis on Copyright Protection of Non-material Cultural Heritage. Law Science Magazine, 4, 123-126. 

Dang, H. P., Wang, Y. (2008). Several Problems with regard to Victim-offender Reconciliation in China. Legal System and Society, 11, 12-13. 

Xu, Y. M., Dang, H. P., (2006). Eco-western Mechanism of Supply of Public Goods’ Southwest Finance, 9, 13-14.