China Briefing Blog wins silver in Chinalyst 2007 Blog Awards

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The Chinalyst 2007 blog awards have completed voting, with the China Briefing Blog finishing a strong second in the highly popular and well contested “Best Business Law Blog” category. Warm congratulations are in order to the triumphant ChinaLawBlog, who energed worthy winners after quite a battle for votes over the past month. The top three placings in China were:

China Law Blog, Harris & Moure – 584 votes
China Briefing Blog, Dezan Shira & Associates – 444 votes
All Roads Lead To China, Richard Brubaker – 160 votes

A special mention also must go to our sister blog, who finished a credible fifth despite being an India-China focused blog! Also well done to Andy Scott here – the China Briefing Blog manager – although China Briefing has been around now for eight years, the blog is in fact only a few months old, so a very good result indeed. Congratulations to him and the rest of the China Briefing staff.

Thank you for all those who took time out to vote for us and thank you to Chinalyst for running the competition.

Best wishes

Chris Devonshire-Ellis

3 thoughts on “China Briefing Blog wins silver in Chinalyst 2007 Blog Awards

    boyce says:

    Congrats guys,

    Especially given how short the blog has been up – I’m sure this contest will find you being added to many a blogroll.

    Cheers, Boyce

    boyce says:

    Forgot to add, I read – and liked – the Mongolia guidebook.

    Chris Devonshire-Ellis says:

    Hi Jim – I saw you won an award as well – excellent stuff ! Thanks for the comments on the Mongolia book. Anyone interested in it – “Mongolia Expats Travel Guide To Ulaan Baatar & The Mongolian Countryside” details are here:

    Orders from Tuya at

    It’s out-selling Lonely Planets Guide to Mongolia in Ulaan Baatar.

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