2023-08-21T10:04:20+08:002020-10-19|教授, 人員|



課程主任 – 澳門法律導論課程

Academic Qualifications/Experiences

  • PhD on Private International Law, University of Aberdeen, UK
  • LLM on Commercial Law (international) , University of Aberdeen
  • Bachelor of Medicine, Tong Ji Medical University (now Science and Technology University of Central China)
  • Diploma of Law (3 years), Zhejiang University
  • Qualification of Judge, PRC
  • Qualification of Lawyer, PRC
  • Visiting Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge University, 2010 (now a life member of Clare Hall College, Cambridge)


Teaching Area

Undergraduate Courses:

  • BLCL401/LCCL401 Private International Law
  • PLML209 Private International Law

Postgraduate Courses:

  • IMLE213 Resolution of International Commercial Disputes
  • MMIB/PLIB006 Legal Issues of Transnational Contracts
  • MJDS014 Private International Law
  • Common Law
  • Comparative Legal Systems
  • International Commercial Arbitration
  • Legal Research and Methodology


Research Area

  • Private Inter-national/regional law
  • International Commercial Arbitration
  • International Commercial Law
  • Comparative Private Law (Law of Obligations: Medical Liability).


Selected Publications

1. Books:

  1. Guangjian Tu, A Study on A Global Jurisdiction and Judgments Convention, Sweet & Maxwell/UM, Hong Kong, 2009, pp. 348 + xxvi (ISBN 9789626613740).
  2. 涂广建,«澳门国际私法»,中国社会科学文献出版社/澳门基金会,2013, 共351页 (ISBN 9787509739860).
  3. Guangjian Tu, Private International Law in China, Springer, Singapore London New York Heidelberg Dordrecht, 2016, pp. 192 + xi (ISBN 9789812879929).


2. Book Chapters:

  1.  Guangjian Tu, “Macau Codification of Private International Law” in Salvatore Mancuso & Tong Io Cheng (ed.), XVIIIth International Congress on Comparative Law: Macau Regional Reports, Imprensa Wah Ha, Macau, 2010, pp. 90-108.
  2. Guangjian Tu, “the Brussels Convention and I Regulation on Jurisdiction and Foreign Judgments — A Diluted Success of the EU” in P. C. de Castro (ed.), the European Union at 50: Assessing the Past, Looking ahead, Macau, 2010, pp. 465-92 (ISBN 978-99965-1-012-0).
  3.  Guangjian Tu“‘Obligation in Question’ in Article 5 (1) of the Brussels Convention and I Regulation” in Tong Io Cheng & Salvatore Mancuso (ed.), the New Frontier of Comparative Law, Lexis-Nexis, Hong Kong, 2013, pp. 279-86.
  4. Guangjian Tu, “Proof of and Information about Foreign Law in Macau” in Yuko Nishitani (ed.), Treatment of Foreign Law—Dynamics towards Convergence?, Springer, Switzerland, 2017, pp. 541-49.
  5. Guangjian Tu, “Report on Macau SAR” in J. Basedow & G. Ruehl (et al), Encyclopedia of Private International Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, UK & US, 2017, pp. 2305-15.
  6. Guangjian Tu & Zeyu Huang, “People’s Republic of China: Optional Choice of Court Agreements in the Vibrant Age” in Mary Keyes (ed.), Optional Choice of Court Agreements in Private International Law, Springer, Switzerland, 2019, pp. 151-168.
  7. Guangjian Tu & Si Chen, “Private International Law Aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility: China (PRC)” in Catherine­ Kessedjian & Humberto­ Cantú­Rivera (ed.), Private International Law Aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility, Springer, 2020, pp. 257-83.
  8. 涂广建:香港国际私法,载黄进教授主编 «中国大百科全书:法学篇(国际私法)»,2021, 第211-212页。
  9. 涂广建:澳门国际私法,载黄进教授主编 «中国大百科全书:法学篇(国际私法)»,2021, 第213-214页。
  10. Guangjian Tu, “The Hague Choice of Law Principles in Macau” in J. Neels & Y. Nishitani et al (ed.), The Hague Principles on Choice of Law for International Commercial Contracts, OUP, England, 2021, pp. 588-97.


3. Academic publications in widely-circulated international journals:

  1.  Guangjian Tu, “The Hague Choice of Court Convention–A Chinese Perspective” (2007) 55 American Journal of Comparative Law pp. 347-66.【SSCI】 [SJR, Q2]
  2. Guangjian Tu, “Forum non Conveniens in the Federal Courts of the United States–An Update” (2007) 54 Netherlands International Law Review, pp. 529-37. [SJR, Q3]
  3. Guangjian Tu, “Finding a Proper Nexus for Constructing Specific (Special) Jurisdiction regarding Commercial Contract and Tort Cases: A Comparative Study of the US and European Approaches” (2009) 5 Journal of Private International Law pp. 243-80. [SJR, Q3]
  4. Guangjian Tu, “The Conflict of Laws System in Macau” (2010) 40 Hong Kong Law Journal pp. 85-110. 【SSCI[SJR, Q4]
  5. Guangjian Tu, “China’s New Conflicts Code: General Issues and Selected Topics” (2011) 59 American Journal of Comparative Law pp.563-90.【SSCI】 [SJR, Q2]
  6. Guangjian Tu & Muchi Xu, “Contractual Conflicts in China: the Applicable Law in the Absence of Choice” (2011) 7 Journal of Private International Law pp.179-202. [SJR, Q3]
  7. Guangjian Tu, “Recognition and Enforcement of Non-local Judgments in Macau—A Critical Review” (2012) 42 Hong Kong Law Journal pp.633-60. SSCI[SJR, Q4]
  8. Guangjian Tu, “Forum non Conveniens in the People’s Republic of China—an Empirical Study” (2012) 11 Chinese Journal of International Law pp. 341-65.SSCI [SJR, Q1]
  9. Guangjian Tu, “The Arrangement on Mutual Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters between Mainland China and Macau SAR: Inherent Problems, Six Years’ Experience and the Way Forward” (2013) 43 Hong Kong Law Journal pp.349-76.SSCI [SJR, Q4]
  10. Guangjian Tu, “The Codification of Conflict of Laws in China: What Has/Hasn’t yet Been Done for Cross-border Torts?” (2012/13) 14 Yearbook of Private International Law pp. 341-51. (This is the Journal of the famous Swiss Institute of Comparative Law).
  11. Guangjian Tu & Xiaolin Li, “The Second Amendment of Chinese Civil Procedure Law—A Note from the Perspective of International Civil Litigation” (2013) 43 Hong Kong Law Journal 633-58.SSCI[SJR, Q4]
  12. Guangjian Tu, “Service of Process (Documents) in International Civil and Commercial Proceedings: A Critical Review of the Chinese Approach” (2014) 13 Chinese Journal of International Law pp. 577-604. SSCI[SJR, Q1]
  13. Guangjian Tu & Xiaolin Li, “The Chinese Approach toward Cross-border Bankruptcy Proceedings: One Progressive Step Ahead” (2015) 24 International Insolvency Review, pp.57-66.SSCI[SJR, Q3]
  14. Guangjian Tu & Hongyan Wang, “Resolution of Cross-border Securities Disputes under the Scheme of Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock-Connect: An Exploration on the Applicable Law” (2016) 15 Chinese Journal of International Law pp.167-193. SSCI[SJR, Q1]
  15. Guangjian Tu, “Review of Title and Title Conflicts in respect of Intermediated Securities under English Law” (2017) 32 Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation pp.375-76 [An expanded version is published in (2017) 47 Hong Kong Law Journal pp. 317-20 SSCI[SJR, Q4]].
  16. Guangjian Tu, “Recognition and Enforcement of Mainland China’s Civil and Commercial Judgments in Hong Kong—An Update” (2017) 25 Asia Pacific Law Review pp. 190-98.【SSCI】[SJR, Q2]
  17. Xiaolin Li & Guangjian Tu, “Recent Development in Recognition of and Assistance to Foreign Insolvency Representative under the Hong Kong Common Law” (2018) 27 International Insolvency Review pp. 32-57. 【SSCI】[SJR, Q3]
  18. Guangjian Tu, “The Flowing Tide of Parties’ Freedom in Private International Law: Party Autonomy in Contractual Choice of Law in China” (2019) 15 Journal of Private International Law pp. 234-46. [SJR, Q3]
  19. Wenliang Zhang & Guangjian Tu, “The 1971 and 2019 Hague Judgments Conventions: Compared and Whether China Would Change Its Attitude Towards The Hague” (2020) 11 Journal of International Dispute Settlement pp. 614-37 (I am the corresponding author for this article). 【SSCI】[SJR, Q1]
  20. Wenliang Zhang & Guangjian Tu, “The 2019 Hague Judgments Convention and Mainland China-Hong Kong Judgments Arrangement: Compared and How Mainland China Would Respond?” (2021) 20 Chinese Journal of International Law pp. 1-35. (I am the corresponding author for this article). 【SSCI】[SJR, Q1]
  21. Zhihua Zhao, Zhihao Hao, Guancheng Wang, Dianhui Mao, Bob Zhang, Min Zuo, Jerome Yen & Guangjian Tu, “Sentiment Analysis of Review Data Using Blockchain and LSTM to Improve Regulation for a Sustainable Market” (2022) 17 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research pp. 1-19. 【SSCI】[SJR, Q2] (This is a cross-disciplinary research).
  22. Guangjian Tu & Zeyu Huang, “Inter-regional Judicial Assistance within China: Achievements, Problems and Suggestions” (2022) 13 Czech Yearbook of International Law pp. 173-211. [SJR, Q3]
  23. Wenliang Zhang & Guangjian Tu, “Recent Efforts in China’s Ambition to Become a Centre for International Commercial Litigation” (2023) 97 The Rabels Journal of Comparative and International Private Law pp. 1-35. (This is the almost-100-year-old Journal of the famous Max Plank Institute of Comparative and Private International Law at Hamburg. I am the corresponding author for this article which actually arises out of my invited presentation for the Institute in January for the year).
  24. Guangjian Tu & Tiezheng Yang, “The Doctrine of Public Policy in Chinese Inter-regional Conflict of Laws” (2023) 14 Czech Yearbook of International Law pp. 109-136. [SJR, Q3]


4. Academic articles published in the core legal journals of the Mainland China:

  1.  Guangjian Tu, “The 2007 Interpretation of the Supreme People’s Court on Contractual Choice of Law in China: Comments and Analysis” (2011) 6 Frontiers of Law in China, Springer, pp. 670-87. [SJR, Q3]
  2. 涂广建, “澳门冲突法体系介评”,13 «中国国际私法和比较法年刊» 2010,北京大學出版社, 第543-574页。【CSSCI集刊
  3. 涂广建, “解读我国«涉外民事法律关系适用法»”,9 «时代法学» 2011,第11-23页。【CSSCI期刊扩展版
  4. 涂广建,“论澳门对域外民商事判决的承认与执行”,15 «武大国际法评论» 2012,第213-240页。【CSSCI集刊
  5. 涂广建,“再论我国的‘不方便法院’原则”,16 «武大国际法评论» 2013 第105-127页 (该文被 «人大复印(国际法)»全文转载)。【CSSCI集刊】
  6. 涂广建,“关于民商事管辖权及外国判决的承认与执行的布鲁塞尔体系:欧共体一个有保留的成功”,4 «国际法评论» 2013,第258-279页。
  7. 涂广建,“涉外合同意思自治外情形下准据法的确定:我国部分法院实践的考察与分析”,16 《中国国际私法和比较法年刊》2014, 北京大學出版社, 第211-228页。【CSSCI集刊
  8. 涂广建,“论2005海牙协议管辖公约:我国进退之抉择”,24 «国际法与比较法论丛»(李双元教授主编),2015,第165-181页。
  9. 涂广建,“论‘沪港通’机制下跨境证券权益的法律适用”,3 «国际法研究»(社科院杂志),2016,第65-80页(该文被«新华文摘»全文转载)。
  10. 涂广建,“构建外向型的国际民事诉讼程序体系”, 69 «武汉大学学报(哲社版)» ,2016,第93-98页(该文被 «高等学校文科学术文摘»转载, 亦被«人大复印(国际法)»全文转载)。【CSSCI期刊】
  11. 涂广建,“中国国际私法学会区际冲突法专题研究委员会第一届及第二届座谈会综述”,19 《中国国际私法和比较法年刊》2016,法律出版社,第366-74页。【CSSCI集刊】
  12. 涂广建,“我国涉外民事诉讼文书送达制度之考问及续造”,4 «国际法研究»(社科院杂志),2017,第86-101页(该文被«人大复印(国际法)»全文转载)。
  13. 涂广建,“中国国际私法学会区际冲突法专题研究委员会第三届座谈会综述”,20 《中国国际私法和比较法年刊》2017,法律出版社,第333-37页。 【CSSCI集刊】
  14. 涂广建,“港、澳回归后的我国区际私法:成就、反思与展望”,8 «国际法研究»(社科院杂志),2021,第115-128页(该文被«人大复印(国际法)»全文转载)。【CSSCI期刊扩展版】
  15. 涂广建,“论国际民商事仲裁与诉讼的平行程序”,8 «南大法学»,2021,第15-33页。【CSSCI期刊扩展版】
  16. 涂广建,“‘横琴粤澳深度合作区’法治构建—以民商事法律制度衔接为例”, 32 «国际法与比较法论丛»(李双元教授主编),2022,第59-67页


5. Local publications:

  1. Guangjian Tu, “A Reflection on the Rigidity of the Brussels Regime” (2008) 8 Journal of Juridical Science, Macau, pp. 1-38.
  2. Guangjian Tu, “‘Obligation in Question’ in Article 5 (1) of the Brussels Convention and I Regulation”, 26 the Bulletin of Faculty of Law, UM, 2011, pp.169-77.
  3. 塗廣建, “表達自由與煽動叛亂—評《維護國家安全法》草案第5條第1款”,《法學論叢》,澳門,2009,第九期, 第29-33頁。
  4. 塗廣建,“‘不方便法院原則’在美國的最新進展”, 《法學論叢》,澳門,2010, 第十期,第1-10頁。
  5. 涂广建, “内地与澳门民商事判决安排:固有的问题、八年的实践及未来的发展”, 77《澳门研究》,2015,第54-64页。
  6. 涂广建,“新中国成立以来婚姻法变迁刍议”,载尹思哲(编), 《亲属法及未成年人法研究》,法律及司法培训中心,澳门,2017,第379-408页。
  7. 涂广建,“中国参加相关儿童保护国际公约的一些基本情况”,载尹思哲(编), 《亲属法及未成年人法研究》,法律及司法培训中心,澳门,2017,第409-419页。
  8. 涂广建,“《内地与澳门民商事判决安排》:管辖权的冲突、平行诉讼及其补救”,41 《“一国两制”研究》,2019,第39-47页。


6. Translation Works

《珠海市国际仲裁院仲裁规则》从中文到英文,见 http://www.zhac.org.cn/?cat=3 最先发表于2021年10月1日。


7. Public Seminars & Conference Presentations are largely left out because of the large number. A few important ones are:

  1. “China’s New Conflicts Code: Some Selected Issues”, conducted in Clare Hall, Cambridge University in November 2010.
  2. “China’s Ambition to Build Up the Highland for Resolution of International Commercial Disputes: Some Recent Attempts”, conducted for the Max Plank Institute of Comparative and Private International Law at Hamburg in January 2023.
  3. “Mediation in Macau”, conducted for the Preparatory Conference for the establishment of International Organization for Mediation in Hong Kong in April 2023.
  4. “Private International Law: the Goal of Uniformity v. the Approach of Scission”, conducted for the Journal of Private International Law Conference in Singapore in August 2023.
  5. “The Hague Principles on Choice of Law for International Commercial Contracts”, invited by the Secretary General of the Hague Conference on Private International Law to be conducted for the HCCH Asia Pacific Week in September 2023.


Selected Professional Affiliations & Academic Activities

A member of the Governing Council of the Association for Great China Judicial Studies

A member of the Standing Committee on the Study of Foreign-related Trial Work of PRC

A member of the Governing Council of the Chinese Society of Private International Law

A Life Member of Clare Hall, Cambridge University

A member of the American Society of International Law

An associate member of the International Academy of Comparative Law

An editor of Chinese Journal of International Law (SSCI-indexed)

An editor of Humanities & Social Sciences Communications (SSCI-indexed)

An editor for the blog: www.conflictoflaws.net, which is the most prominent one for Private International Law all over the world.

A visiting professor of China University of Political Science and Law and Guangdong University for Finance and Economics and others.

A consulting expert for the Centre of Proof of Foreign Law of East China University of Political Science and Law

Frequently consulted by the Supreme People’s Court, especially for the Judgment Arrangement between Hong Kong and Mainland China in 2018 and also frequently consulted by the Guangdong High People’s Court.

In 2017, as a member of the Chinese Delegation, attended the Hague negotiation on the 2019 Judgments Convention.

Interviewed by CGTN and broadcasted live on 20 December 2019, spanning a few hours.

Interviewed by CETV-1 and broadcasted live on 6 September 2021.

Arbitrators in Zhuhai, Nansha, Shenzhen, Guangzhou Arbitration Commissions etc.

Provided expert’s opinions for Australian Court, New Zealand Court, Mainland China’s court, Macau Court and some arbitration institutions.

Having acted as a referee for many presses, journals, research-projects assessment and universities in PhD examinations or other matters, inter alia, Cambridge University Press, Journal of Private International Law, Hong Kong Law Journal (SSCI-indexed), Chinese Journal of International Law (SSCI-indexed), Asia Pacific Law Review (SSCI-indexed), The China Review (SSCI-indexed), International Journal of Cultural Policy (SSCI-indexed), Humanities & Social Sciences Communications (SSCI),Chinese Journal of Comparative Law (ESSCI), Chinese Journal of Transnational Law, China Review of International Law, University of Melbourne (Australia), City University of Hong Kong, Macau University of Science and Technology, Chang Jiang University etc.