Richard Cullen is a visiting professor and fellow at the Centre of Comparative and Public Law in the Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong. Previously he worked in the City University of Hong Kong and Monash University. His areas of research include comparative public law, public law, media law, and comparative tax law and policy. Most of his work over the last 20 years has been focused on Hong Kong and China.
"Everything you ever wanted to know about the peculiar way post-handover Hong Kong picks its top political leader can be found in this well-researched, richly detailed yet very readable book. It guides you through how undemocratic elections work in what is otherwise a free society." — Michael Chugani