1. Mapping international engagement in China's human rights : an introduction / Titus C. Chen 2. Capacity-building approach for human rights education in China : Nordic experiences and perspectives / Cecilie Figenschou Bakke, Merethe Borge MacLeod, and Rhona KM Smith 3. Bearing in mind national particularities. / Hatla Thelle and Tiziana Tota 4. From "eating the rice" to sipping Starbucks : China's emerging relationship with universal criminal justice norms and the role of external actors / Aurora E. Bewicke 5. Human rights and domestic change in China : do human rights projects matter? / Elisa Nesossi 6. Coordinated compliance and private approach to international engagement in China's human rights / Chao Wang 7. The limited role of naming and shaming : international human rights campaigns during the 2008 Beijing Olympics / Hsiao-Chi Hsu 8. The changed and unchanged in Chinese religious freedom discourse and its responses to international engagement of Protestant advocacy / Yun "Ray" Wang 9. Constitutions across the strait / Margaret K. Lewis 10. International engagement matters : what we have learned from the Chinese cases / Dingding Chen and Titus C. Chen.