Vito Di MEI is a Chinese doctoral candidate at the Institute of Air and Space Law, McGill University, Canada. He holds a bachelor's degree in law from Jilin University (China), a master's degree in international law (thesis) from China University of Political Science and Law (China). His research focuses on airport economic regulation, international air transport liberalisation, and emerging space law issues, particularly, the formation of customary law and the role of private actors in space governance. His doctoral thesis is about using private law instruments for airport charge regulation. He has published several articles and made several presentations in both English and Chinese. He used to be a teaching fellow, a research assistant for the MILAMOS project at McGill, and an LLM thesis advisor in the past years.