The Maritime Undertaking of China was compiled and revised by the Marine Development Strategy Institute of State Oceanic Administration. It is one of the volumes of the series of China’s Maritime Development which is the publishing program sponsored by the National Publishing Fund as well as the Twelfth Five-year Guideline of National Important Books. This book mainly discusses the main space of China’s maritime undertaking including the following aspect such as the formation and development of legal systems related with the international deep seabed areas, rich resources there and their important strategic values, and China’s practices in ocean scientific expedition, participation in affairs in the international deep seabed areas, and applications in establishing mines there.
Zhang Dan, Master of Laws, now the assistant research fellow in the Marine Development Strategy Institute of State Oceanic Administration, mainly carries out research on the international law of the sea and related with the international deep seabed areas and has published over ten academic papers in journals both home and abroad.
ChaptersPages Download Read