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icon publication Posting Date: 24 July 2019
New article from Prof. Li Chen
 

We are pleased to announce the publication of a new article by Professor Li Chen on the China Daily, a major newspaper in China. The article is titled Asia’s “Flying Geese”. Please click here for further information.

icon note and pen2 Posting Date: 23 Jul 2019
Departmental Announcement: Course Selection Information for Undergraduate Students, 2019-20 Term 1

 

BA in Chinese Studies

For New Students

 

BA/BSSc in Contemporary China Studies

For Year 2 or above Students

 

icon announcement Posting Date: 2 July 2019
CCS Faculty Members awarded major RGC research grants

 

The Centre is pleased to announce that Professors Ling Minhua, Kristof Van den Troost and Gao Yunwen succeeded in applying major research grants offered by the Research Grants Council (RGC). Professor Ling Minhua is awarded with General Research Fund (GRF), and Professors Kristof Van den Troost and Gao Yunwen are awarded with Early Career Scheme (ECS). Their proposed research topics are as below.

 

Professor Ling Minhua: Food Consumption of Left-behind Children and Rural Transformation in Post-reform China

 

Professor Kristof Van den Troost: The Hong Kong Crime Film

 

Professor Gao Yunwen: Dialect Writing and Identity Formation from Late Qing to Contemporary Shanghai

 

Congratulations to Professors Ling, Van den Troost and Gao!

 

icon announcement Posting Date: 26 Jun 2019
Prof. Li Chen served as panel speaker at the Korea-Hong Kong Cooperation Forum : Entering the GBA

 

Prof. Li Chen served as panel speaker at the Korea-Hong Kong Cooperation Forum : Entering the GBA on 12 June 2019, at Oasis Room of the Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View .

 

The forum was organised by the The Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Hong Kong, in an attemp to help increase people's understanding to the GBA and to seek business opportunities to enter the GBA, in addtion to explore possible cooperation chances through discussions by experts for Korea and Hong Kong to enter the GBA.

 

Please refer to this link for details.

 

20190612 Entering the GBA

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