October 21, 2006
Chinese Law Prof Blog passes 50,000 mark
On Oct. 21st, this blog reached a milestone: 50,000 visits since the blog was launched in late May, 2005. This is of course nothing compared with the millions of visits to some other blogs, but for a niche blog, maybe not too bad.
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Congratulations. It is better than not to bad; it reflects the value you bring to the blogosphere. The other day I mentioned how you have an uncanny ability to hunt out and post original texts and that is exactly why I am here right now. I am here to pull the AmCham paper relating to China's proposed labor laws because the New York Times and then the blogosphere have attributed far more to that paper than is actually there.
Keep up the good work.
Posted by: China Law Blog | Oct 22, 2006 5:50:52 AM
You are very famous to us Chinese law school students.Thank you fou your blogging ,especially your top academic level, unique & comparative perspective and your concern about the hunman rights condition in China.
You open a window to me, and i've learnt a lot from your Blawg. Thank You!
Posted by: Arete | Oct 22, 2006 8:44:16 AM
You really have done something special here. Even those of us who have only an observers' interest in China always find something interesting here.
Posted by: Alan Childress | Oct 25, 2006 6:56:32 PM