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New book published by APS staff
New book published by APS staff

New book published by APS staff

Professor Darryl S.L. Jarvis, Head, Department of Asian and Policy Studies and Professor Mok Ka-ho, Vice-President and concurrently Lam Man Tsan Chair Professor of Comparative Policy at Lingnan University, Hong Kong, have published a new book, titled “Transformations in Higher Education Governance in Asia: Policy, Politics and Progress”. This book documents experimentation with various policy […]

New article published by APS staff
New article published by APS staff

New article published by APS staff

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2019 September Professor Darryl S.L. Jarvis, Head, Department of Asian and Policy Studies, together with Professor Toby Carol (City University of Hong Kong ) and Professor Judith Clifton (Jean Monnet Chair at the Faculty of Business and Economic Sciences, University of Cantabria, Spain) have recently co-guest edited a special issue of the journal Globalizations  The special issue

APS staff awarded the 8th Szeto Wah Good Teacher Award
APS staff awarded the 8th Szeto Wah Good Teacher Award

APS staff awarded the 8th Szeto Wah Good Teacher Award

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Congratulations to Dr Isabella Ng Fung-sheung, Assistant Professor and Associate Head (Teaching and Learning) in the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS), who won a “Good Teacher Award” under the eighth “Good Students, Good Teachers Commendation Scheme” organised by the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union (HKPTU). Set up by Mr Szeto Wah Education Fund

Master of Public Policy and Management (2020 Spring Intake)
Master of Public Policy and Management (2020 Spring Intake)

Master of Public Policy and Management (2020 Spring Intake)

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Now we are accepting January 2020 intake applications.   Application Deadline: Non-local: 31 October 2019 Local: 30 November 2019   Programme Overview The Master of Public Policy and Management (MPPM) Programme is designed to train students in policy sciences, public management, and policy analytics in readiness for leading roles in policy analysis and professional policy

Job Vacancy – Assistant Professor for Department of Asian and Policy Studies
Job Vacancy – Assistant Professor for Department of Asian and Policy Studies

Job Vacancy – Assistant Professor for Department of Asian and Policy Studies

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2019 September To further enhance its research and teaching strengths the Department of Asian and Policy Studies invites applications for a full-time Assistant Professor in Public Policy with a specialisation in one or more of the following areas: (i) strategic communications /public relations; (ii) public management; (iii) public organisation and leadership; (iv) public organisations and

EdUHK researcher selected to WHO research consortium
EdUHK researcher selected to WHO research consortium

EdUHK researcher selected to WHO research consortium

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The Asia-Pacific Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (APO) of the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the selection result of research consortium earlier this year. A multinational consortium comprised of leading scholars from India, Mainland China and Hong Kong was selected, out of some 20 applications from the Asia-Pacific Region. Dr He Jingwei Alex, Associate

Young Public Policy Scholars and Students Trained in EdUHK
Young Public Policy Scholars and Students Trained in EdUHK

Young Public Policy Scholars and Students Trained in EdUHK

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Young Public Policy Scholars and Students Trained in EdUHK Forty-five young scholars from mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and Germany participated in the Second International Training Camp for Young Public Policy Scholars at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) in August. Organized by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS), this

APS scholar awarded new public policy funding
APS scholar awarded new public policy funding

APS scholar awarded new public policy funding

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2019 July APS scholar awarded new public policy funding Congratulations to Dr. Vyas on winning the Public Policy Research (PPR) Funding for her project titled “Advancing Job- and Health-associated Outcomes for Employees of Small and Medium Enterprises in Hong Kong: A Study on Workplace Supervisor Support with Smartphone-based and Capacity-building Interventions”. A total amount of

APS scholar’s research recognized by leading international journal
APS scholar’s research recognized by leading international journal

APS scholar’s research recognized by leading international journal

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2019 July APS scholar’s research recognized by leading international journal Health Policy and Planning (published by Oxford University Press), one of the leading international journals in the field of health policy and health services research, recently selected a collection of research articles that highlights the strongest scholarly contribution in key research areas. On “China’s health system

BSocSc(GCS) Programme On-site Admissions for 2019/20

BSocSc(GCS) Programme On-site Admissions for 2019/20

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2019 June The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS)’s Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) in Greater China Studies [BSocSc(GCS)] Programme (self-financed) will hold on-site admissions interviews. If you would like to enroll into our programme, come visit us! On-site Admission Days 2019 for BSocSc(GCS) Dates: 10 – 11 July 2019 (after the release of

APS Academic Staff Awarded Faculty Teaching Awards 2018/2019
APS Academic Staff Awarded Faculty Teaching Awards 2018/2019

APS Academic Staff Awarded Faculty Teaching Awards 2018/2019

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2019 June Mr. Sam Choi Chun-wai, a Lecturer, Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS), has been awarded the Faculty Teaching Awards 2018/2019. His research interest is in the studies of historical political geography and urban politics, particularly focusing on cases of Hong Kong and China. He is also active in analyzing China-Hong Kong relations

EdUHK teams shine in the Inaugural Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition
EdUHK teams shine in the Inaugural Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition

EdUHK teams shine in the Inaugural Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition

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2019 April A team of undergraduate students from the Bachelor of Social Science in Greater China Studies of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) won the Second Runner-up in the first Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition held in The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) in April 2019. More than 40

Call For Applications – 2019 International Summer Training Camp for Young Public Policy Scholars
Call For Applications – 2019 International Summer Training Camp for Young Public Policy Scholars

Call For Applications – 2019 International Summer Training Camp for Young Public Policy Scholars

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2019 March   2019 International Summer Training Camp for Young Public Policy Scholars CALL FOR APPLICATIONS Hosted by The Department of Asian and Policy Studies, The Education University of Hong Kong Supported by The Asia-Pacific Public Policy Network (AP-PPN) Policy and Society (SSCI) Journal of Asian Public Policy (ESCI)   The Department of Asian and Policy Studies

HKUST Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition 2019
HKUST Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition 2019

HKUST Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition 2019

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2019 March The Institute for Public Policy and the Division of Public Policy at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology are hosting the Inter-University Public Policy Case Competition 2019. It provides a hands-on opportunity for students to analyze and resolve real-life public policy problems through case studies. The Competition is co-organized by the

Dr. Kris Hartley awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Teaching Fellowship
Dr. Kris Hartley awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Teaching Fellowship

Dr. Kris Hartley awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Teaching Fellowship

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2019 March We are delighted to announce that Dr. Kris Hartley, Assistant Professor, APS, has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Teaching Fellowship. The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government. Kris’s fellowship funds a six-month residency at the Chiang Mai University School (CMU) of Public Policy in

Professor Jamie Peck gave a talk in APS Departmental Research Seminar Series
Professor Jamie Peck gave a talk in APS Departmental Research Seminar Series

Professor Jamie Peck gave a talk in APS Departmental Research Seminar Series

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Professor Jamie Peck gave a talk in APS Departmental Research Seminar Series 2019 February Professor Jamie Peck, Canada Research Chair in Urban and Regional Political Economy and Distinguished University Scholar at the University of British Columbia, Canada, visited APS department on 19 February 2019 and gave a talk on “The Hong Kong model as neoliberal

IPPA Membership – A New Chapter for APS
IPPA Membership – A New Chapter for APS

IPPA Membership – A New Chapter for APS

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2019 February The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) is pleased to announce its membership to the International Public Policy Association (IPPA) (http://www.ippapublicpolicy.org/partners). Founded in 2014, IPPA (http://www.ippapublicpolicy.org/ ) has quickly grown into one of the largest international public policy associations in the world, bringing together practitioners, scholars and students of public policy from across
NASPAA Membership – A New Milestone of APS
NASPAA Membership – A New Milestone of APS

NASPAA Membership – A New Milestone of APS

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The APS department is proud and excited to announce that it has achieved a major milestone by becoming a member of Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA) since January 2019. (Membership 2019 to 2024). NASPAA (http://www.naspaa.org ) is an international membership organization of graduate education programs in public policy, public affairs, public

EdUHK students win First Prize in National Mock Mayor Competition
EdUHK students win First Prize in National Mock Mayor Competition

EdUHK students win First Prize in National Mock Mayor Competition

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A team of students of the Master of Public Policy and Governance (MPPG) Programme of the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) won the first prize in the Eighth National Universities Mock Mayor Competition in November 2018. Organized by the Chinese Academy of Management and the Central University of Finance and Economics, this event is

APS People in the News – Prof. Darryl Jarvis Interviewed by Radio Television Hong Kong
APS People in the News – Prof. Darryl Jarvis Interviewed by Radio Television Hong Kong

APS People in the News – Prof. Darryl Jarvis Interviewed by Radio Television Hong Kong

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APS People in the News – Prof. Darryl Jarvis Interviewed by Radio Television Hong Kong Professor Darryl Jarvis was interviewed by “Backchat”, a programme of Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) (Radio 3), to comment on international relations: Morality vs Realism and discuss Khashoggi Killing, US Diplomacy and Saudi Arabia on 22 November 2018. Archive is

Policy Dialogue Series: “Two Systems, Two Existentialisms” by Professor Anthony B.L. Cheung
Policy Dialogue Series: “Two Systems, Two Existentialisms” by Professor Anthony B.L. Cheung

Policy Dialogue Series: “Two Systems, Two Existentialisms” by Professor Anthony B.L. Cheung

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The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) of The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) held the second session of the Policy Dialogue Series on November 23, 2018. Anthony B. L. Cheung, Research Chair Professor of APS and former Secretary of Transport of Housing of the Hong Kong SAR Government shared his insights into

International community condemns human rights situation in Hong Kong in major UN UPR review of China
International community condemns human rights situation in Hong Kong in major UN UPR review of China

International community condemns human rights situation in Hong Kong in major UN UPR review of China

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2018 November In a first and unprecedented step, 12 countries have used the United Nations Universal Periodic Review (UPR) hearing on China to highlight their concerns with the human rights in Hong Kong, which was held on 7 November 2018. When China’s last UPR hearing was held in 2013, no recommendation was issued in Hong
University of Saskatchewan delegation pays a courtesy call to APS
University of Saskatchewan delegation pays a courtesy call to APS

University of Saskatchewan delegation pays a courtesy call to APS

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University of Saskatchewan delegation pays a courtesy call to APS 2018 October On October 5 2018, a delegation of the University of Saskatchewan paid a courtesy call to the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) of the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). Led by Dr Debra Pozega-Osburn, Vice President (University Relations) and Dr
Policy Dialogue Series: A Government without Party and Votes by Professor Anthony B.L. Cheung
Policy Dialogue Series: A Government without Party and Votes by Professor Anthony B.L. Cheung

Policy Dialogue Series: A Government without Party and Votes by Professor Anthony B.L. Cheung

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Policy Dialogue Series: A Government without Party and Votes by Professor Anthony B.L. Cheung 2018 September The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) of The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) held the first session of the Policy Dialogue Series on September 21 2018. Anthony B. L. Cheung, Research Chair Professor of APS and

APS faculty members receive large external competitive grants
APS faculty members receive large external competitive grants

APS faculty members receive large external competitive grants

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APS faculty members receive large external competitive grants 2018 September Various prominent research funding bodies in Hong Kong recently announced the results of key competitive research grants. Faculty members of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) of the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) have successfully won four major grants awarded by the

BSocScEd(GCS) Programme On-site Admissions for 2018/19

BSocScEd(GCS) Programme On-site Admissions for 2018/19

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BSocScEd(GCS) Programme On-site Admissions for 2018/19 2018 July The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) will hold onsite admissions during July and August for its Bachelor of Social Science Education (Honours) (Greater China Studies) [BSocScEd(GCS)] Programme. If you would like to enroll into our programme, come visit us! EdUHK Onsite Admission Days 2018 for

Call for Papers – Papers for the Fifth International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation
Call for Papers – Papers for the Fifth International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation

Call for Papers – Papers for the Fifth International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation

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Call for Papers – Papers for the Fifth International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation The Fifth International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Towards Collaborative and Balanced Public Policy   The School of Public Administration, South China University of Technology (SCUT), the Department of Asian and Policy Studies, the Education University of

APS People in the News – Dr Alex Chan Lih-shing Interviewed by the Hong Kong Economic Journal
APS People in the News – Dr Alex Chan Lih-shing Interviewed by the Hong Kong Economic Journal

APS People in the News – Dr Alex Chan Lih-shing Interviewed by the Hong Kong Economic Journal

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APS People in the News – Dr Alex Chan Lih-shing Interviewed by the Hong Kong Economic Journal 2018 May Dr Alex Chan Lih-shing was interviewed by the Hong Kong Economic Journal to comment on the coming Malaysian general election. Dr Chan is Lecturer with the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University

Master student shines in leading international journal
Master student shines in leading international journal

Master student shines in leading international journal

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Master student shines in leading international journal Mr Jason Dean-Chen Yin, student of the Master of Public Policy and Governance Programme (MPPG) of EdUHK publishes a research article—as first author—in Health Policy, a leading international journal in health policy studies. With a five-year impact factor of 2.380, this SSCI-indexed journal is a renowned academic platform in

Call for Papers – Proposals for a special issue of Public Administration and Development to be titled Policy Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries

Call for Papers – Proposals for a special issue of Public Administration and Development to be titled Policy Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries

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Call for Papers – Proposals for a special issue of Public Administration and Development to be titled Policy Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries 2018 April Public Administration and Development (SSCI) cordially invites manuscripts to a special issue to be edited by Paul Collins, Alex Jingwei He and Darryl Jarvis. Titled “Policy Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries”, this

Welcome Professor Anthong Cheung Bing-leung to join the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS)
Welcome Professor Anthong Cheung Bing-leung to join the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS)

Welcome Professor Anthong Cheung Bing-leung to join the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS)

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Welcome Professor Anthong Cheung Bing-leung to join the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) It is with great pleasure that the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) welcomes Professor Anthong Cheung Bing-leung. Professor Cheung joins APS as Research Chair Professor and will be contributing his wealth of knowledge and experience to both the

APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei interviewed by the Financial Times in London
APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei interviewed by the Financial Times in London

APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei interviewed by the Financial Times in London

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APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei interviewed by the Financial Times in London 2018 February Dr. Alex He Jingwei, was interviewed by the Financial Times in London to share his view on containing health care costs in China. Dr. He is Associate Head of Department and Associate Professor with the Department of Asian

Prof Anthony Cheung, Former Minister and Distinguished Scholar, joins APS
Prof Anthony Cheung, Former Minister and Distinguished Scholar, joins APS

Prof Anthony Cheung, Former Minister and Distinguished Scholar, joins APS

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Prof Anthony Cheung, Former Minister and Distinguished Scholar, joins APS Prof Anthony Bing-leung Cheung, GBS, JP, former Secretary for Transport and Housing of the Hong Kong SAR Government (2012-2017), officially joined the Department of Asian and Policy Studies of the Education University of Hong Kong as Research Chair Professor, on February 5 2018. Prof Cheung

Dr He Jingwei Alex interviewed by the Phoenix TV on health insurance reforms and cost containment in China
Dr He Jingwei Alex interviewed by the Phoenix TV on health insurance reforms and cost containment in China

Dr He Jingwei Alex interviewed by the Phoenix TV on health insurance reforms and cost containment in China

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Dr He Jingwei Alex interviewed by the Phoenix TV on health insurance reforms and cost containment in China January 2018 Dr. HE Jingwei was interviewed by the Phoenix TV on health insurance reforms and cost containment in China at Jan 2018 Dr. HE is Associate Head (Research and Development) and Associate Professor with the Department

APS People in the News – Dr. Hu Zhiyong Fox Interviewed by the South China Morning Post
APS People in the News – Dr. Hu Zhiyong Fox Interviewed by the South China Morning Post

APS People in the News – Dr. Hu Zhiyong Fox Interviewed by the South China Morning Post

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APS People in the News – Dr. Hu Zhiyong Fox Interviewed by the South China Morning Post 2017 December Dr. Hu Zhiyong Fox was interviewed by the South China Morning Post to comment on China’s new policy initiative to develop themed towns. Dr. Hu is Assistant Professor with the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Paul Collins and Prof. M. Ramesh
Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Paul Collins and Prof. M. Ramesh

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Paul Collins and Prof. M. Ramesh

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Paul Collins and Prof. M. Ramesh 2017 November Welcome to the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) Departmental Research Seminar Series. In the upcoming seminar, Dr. Paul Collins will discuss Can the BRICS make a Difference to the Global Governance Architecture? The Public Policy Management and administrative Capacity

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung and Dr. Alex He Jingwei present their current research at EdUHK
Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung and Dr. Alex He Jingwei present their current research at EdUHK

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung and Dr. Alex He Jingwei present their current research at EdUHK

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung and Dr. Alex He Jingwei present their current research at EdUHK 2017 September The Departmental Research Seminar Series is a regular forum series organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) where academic and public sector practitioners have a dialogue with the University community

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung and Dr. Alex He Jingwei
Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung and Dr. Alex He Jingwei

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung and Dr. Alex He Jingwei

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung and Dr. Alex He Jingwei 2017 September Welcome to the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) Departmental Research Seminar Series. For this seminar, Dr. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung will share her research on the Framing the Issue of Asylum Seekers and Refugees for Tougher Refugee Policy

APS People in the News – Dr. Lee Siu-yau Interviewed by Reuters
APS People in the News – Dr. Lee Siu-yau Interviewed by Reuters

APS People in the News – Dr. Lee Siu-yau Interviewed by Reuters

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APS People in the News – Dr. Lee Siu-yau Interviewed by Reuters 2017 August According to a Reuters article, China has stepped up censorship and tightened controls on the internet and various aspects of civil society, as well as reasserting Comunist Party authority over academia and other institutions, since 2012. Since then the “censorship system”

APS Host the 2017 Public Policy Summer School
APS Host the 2017 Public Policy Summer School

APS Host the 2017 Public Policy Summer School

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APS Host the 2017 Public Policy Summer School 2017 August This year over 70 undergraduate and postgraduate students from four Mainland Chinese universities participated in the Department of Asian and Policy Studies’ 2017 Public Policy Summer School (5-11 August 2017). As part of the Department’s Knowledge Transfer Initiative, the Programme offered a number of multifaceted

Call for Papers – International Research Symposium on Public Management in Asia: Innovation and Transformation
Call for Papers – International Research Symposium on Public Management in Asia: Innovation and Transformation

Call for Papers – International Research Symposium on Public Management in Asia: Innovation and Transformation

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Call for Papers – International Research Symposium on Public Management in Asia: Innovation and Transformation 2017 August The Department of Asian and Policy Studies will be hosting the International Research Symposium on Public Management in Asia: Innovation and Transformation on 24-25 November 2017. The symposium will explore emergent, innovative and transformative practices in public management

University of York and EdUHK 2+2 Collaborative Undergraduate Programme
University of York and EdUHK 2+2 Collaborative Undergraduate Programme

University of York and EdUHK 2+2 Collaborative Undergraduate Programme

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University of York and EdUHK 2+2 Collaborative Undergraduate Programme 2017 July Prof. John Hudson, Professor of Social Policy with the Department of Social Policy and Social Work at the University of York, United Kingdom (UK), visited the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) on 28 July

EdUHK Study: 70% of Hong Kongers Support Greater Income Redistribution
EdUHK Study: 70% of Hong Kongers Support Greater Income Redistribution

EdUHK Study: 70% of Hong Kongers Support Greater Income Redistribution

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EdUHK Study: 70% of Hong Kongers Support Greater Income Redistribution 2017 June According to a recent survey conducted by The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), it was found that approximately 90% of respondents believed that Hong Kong’s economy is controlled by large corporations and 70% believed that social inequality is due to the manipulation

APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee on the Trend of Direct Subsidy Scheme Schools
APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee on the Trend of Direct Subsidy Scheme Schools

APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee on the Trend of Direct Subsidy Scheme Schools

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APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee on the Trend of Direct Subsidy Scheme Schools 2017 June Ming Pao (20 June 2017) reported that Prof. Chou Kee-lee, Chair Professor with the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University of Hong Kong, said the trend of prestigious aided schools’ switching

APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee Discusses Widening Wealth Gap in Hong Kong
APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee Discusses Widening Wealth Gap in Hong Kong

APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee Discusses Widening Wealth Gap in Hong Kong

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APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee Discusses Widening Wealth Gap in Hong Kong 2017 June Prof. Chou Kee-lee, Chair Professor with the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University of Hong Kong, discussed the problems of widening wealth gap and population ageing in Hong Kong during a recent

BSocScEd(GCS) Programme On-site Admissions for 2017/18
BSocScEd(GCS) Programme On-site Admissions for 2017/18

BSocScEd(GCS) Programme On-site Admissions for 2017/18

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BSocScEd(GCS) Programme On-site Admissions for 2017/18 2017 June The Department of Asian and Policy Studies’ (APS) Bachelor of Social Science Education (Honours) (Greater China Studies) [BSocScEd(GCS)] Programme will hold two on-site admissions interviews. If you would like to enroll into our programme, come visit us! Ming Pao Education Expo 2017 Dates: 24-25 June 2017 (Saturday-Sunday)

Prof. Darryl Jarvis Collaborates with Universities in Mandalay, Myanmar
Prof. Darryl Jarvis Collaborates with Universities in Mandalay, Myanmar

Prof. Darryl Jarvis Collaborates with Universities in Mandalay, Myanmar

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Prof. Darryl Jarvis Collaborates with Universities in Mandalay, Myanmar 2017 June Prof. Darryl Jarvis, Head of Department and Professor with the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) was invited by the University of Mandalay and Yadanbon University, Mandalay, Myanmar to share his views on public policy

EdUHK 7th President’s Commendation Scheme – Recognition Given to our BSocScEd(GCS) Students
EdUHK 7th President’s Commendation Scheme – Recognition Given to our BSocScEd(GCS) Students

EdUHK 7th President’s Commendation Scheme – Recognition Given to our BSocScEd(GCS) Students

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EdUHK 7th President’s Commendation Scheme – Recognition Given to our BSocScEd(GCS) Students 2017 May Each year The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) hosts the President’s Commendation Scheme (PCS), which is a university-level award given to students in recognition of their non-academic achievements. Going on in its 7th year, the award this year will go

President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2016/17
President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2016/17

President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2016/17

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President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2016/17 2017 May The President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research was established to honour research excellence exhibited by individual academic staffs or teams and to recognise, encourage and reward outstanding research of significant benefit to the wider community. Dr. Lee Siu-yau, Assistant Professor of the Department of

President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Administrative Services 2016/17
President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Administrative Services 2016/17

President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Administrative Services 2016/17

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President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Administrative Services 2016/17 2017 May The President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Administrative Services was established to recognise and reward University staff members for their exemplary performance in administration by demonstrating outstanding performance; promoting positive morale through a congenial, supportive attitude and by providing service to other stakeholders of

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Nicolai Petrovsky and Dr. Myoung Jin Lee Visits EdUHK
Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Nicolai Petrovsky and Dr. Myoung Jin Lee Visits EdUHK

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Nicolai Petrovsky and Dr. Myoung Jin Lee Visits EdUHK

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Nicolai Petrovsky and Dr. Myoung Jin Lee Visits EdUHK 2017 May The Departmental Research Seminar Series is a regular forum series organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) where academic and public sector practitioners have a dialogue with the University community and public. The 12 May

APS People in the News – Phoenix TV Interviewed Dr. Alex He Jingwei on Mainland China’s Public Hospital Reform
APS People in the News – Phoenix TV Interviewed Dr. Alex He Jingwei on Mainland China’s Public Hospital Reform

APS People in the News – Phoenix TV Interviewed Dr. Alex He Jingwei on Mainland China’s Public Hospital Reform

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APS People in the News – Phoenix TV Interviewed Dr. Alex He Jingwei on Mainland China’s Public Hospital Reform 2017 May Dr. Alex He Jingwei, was interviewed by Phoenix TV. In the interview, he shared his analysis on the public hospital reforms and examines issues of doctor fees in Mainland China. Dr. He is Associate

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Nicolai Petrovsky and Dr. Myoung Jin Lee
Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Nicolai Petrovsky and Dr. Myoung Jin Lee

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Nicolai Petrovsky and Dr. Myoung Jin Lee

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Nicolai Petrovsky and Dr. Myoung Jin Lee 2017 May Welcome to the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) Departmental Research Seminar Series. For this seminar, Dr. Nicolai Petrovsky will share his research on the Politicized Bureaucracy in a Merit-based System: Permanent Secretaries’ Tenure in the United Kingdom

Prof. Woo Chi-keung Discuss Carbon Trading and Power Laundering in Western USA
Prof. Woo Chi-keung Discuss Carbon Trading and Power Laundering in Western USA

Prof. Woo Chi-keung Discuss Carbon Trading and Power Laundering in Western USA

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Prof. Woo Chi-keung Discuss Carbon Trading and Power Laundering in Western USA 2017 April Prof. Woo Chi-keung, a Professor with the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) was invited by the Hong Kong Chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) on 10 April

Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan Discuss Issues on Corruption and Trust in Governments at the American Society for Public Administration Conference
Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan Discuss Issues on Corruption and Trust in Governments at the American Society for Public Administration Conference

Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan Discuss Issues on Corruption and Trust in Governments at the American Society for Public Administration Conference

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Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan Discuss Issues on Corruption and Trust in Governments at the American Society for Public Administration Conference 2017 March Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan, Assistant Professor and Programme Leader of the Master of Social Science Education in Greater China Studies [MSocScEd(GCS)] in the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education

APS General Office Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Administrative Services 2016/17
APS General Office Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Administrative Services 2016/17

APS General Office Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Administrative Services 2016/17

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APS General Office Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Administrative Services 2016/17 2017 March The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) General Office is the focal point in ‘bridging’ the Department together with the entire university community. For their dedication in serving the Department, its programmes, academic and teaching staff and most

Dr. Lee Siu-yau Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2016/17
Dr. Lee Siu-yau Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2016/17

Dr. Lee Siu-yau Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2016/17

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Dr. Lee Siu-yau Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2016/17 2017 March For his dedication in Research, Dr. Lee Siu-yau of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) was awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Reseach 2016/17 (Early Career Research Excellence Award). Dr. Lee’s research interests ranges from Language

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Kerry Ratigan Visits EdUHK
Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Kerry Ratigan Visits EdUHK

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Kerry Ratigan Visits EdUHK

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Kerry Ratigan Visits EdUHK 2017 March The Departmental Research Seminar Series is a regular forum series organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) where academic and public sector practitioners have a dialogue with the University community and public. For this forum, Dr. Kerry Ratigan was invited

APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei Interviewed by Phoenix TV
APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei Interviewed by Phoenix TV

APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei Interviewed by Phoenix TV

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APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei Interviewed by Phoenix TV 2017 March Dr. Alex He Jingwei, was interviewed by Phoenix TV. In the interview, he shared his insights on the regulation of pharmaceutical products and supply of essential medicines in China. Dr. He is Associate Head of Department and Associate Professor

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Kerry Ratigan
Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Kerry Ratigan

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Kerry Ratigan

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Kerry Ratigan 2017 March Welcome to the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) Departmental Research Seminar Series, entitled Riding the Tiger of Performance Legitimacy? Healthcare and State-Society Relations in China. The seminar will discuss the relationship between healthcare provision and state legitimacy in Mainland China. Dr. Kerry Ratigan

Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Yanto Chandra and Mr. Howard Ling Visits EdUHK
Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Yanto Chandra and Mr. Howard Ling Visits EdUHK

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Dr. Yanto Chandra and Mr. Howard Ling Visits EdUHK 2017 February The Departmental Research Seminar Series is a regular forum series organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) where academic and public sector practitioners have a dialogue with the University community and public. For this forum, Dr.

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Prof. Darryl Jarvis Discuss the Future of Public Policy at the Asia-Pacific Public Policy Network Conference 2017 February Prof. Darryl Jarvis, Head of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) gave the keynote address titled “The Future of Public Policy: Theoretical and Pedagogical Challenges” at the

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APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei Interviewed by Financial Times and Portalevo.com

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APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei Interviewed by Financial Times and Portalevo.com 2017 February Dr. Alex He Jingwei when asked by the Financial Times regarding the case of a psychiatrist taking with him 64 psychological sufferers in China to another rival hospital after his resignation, stated that hospitals spend enormous resources

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APS People in the News – Dr. Isabella Ng Fung Sheung Interviewed on NextMedia on the Plight of Refugees in Hong Kong

APS People in the News – Dr. Isabella Ng Fung Sheung Interviewed on NextMedia on the Plight of Refugees in Hong Kong

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APS People in the News – Dr. Isabella Ng Fung Sheung Interviewed on NextMedia on the Plight of Refugees in Hong Kong 2017 January In an interview on 20 January 2017 with NextMedia, Dr. Isabella Ng Fung Sheung talked about the plight of refugees and their struggles to be accepted in Hong Kong. Dr. Isabella

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Yanto Chandra and Mr. Howard Ling

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Dr. Yanto Chandra and Mr. Howard Ling 2017 January Welcome to the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) Public Sector Practitioners’ Dialogue, entitled The Potential of Social Enterprises in the Betterment of the Hong Kong Society. Dr. Yanto Chandra, Assistant Professor with the Department of Public Policy at the

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APS People in the News – Dr. Lee Siu-yau Research Cited in Weixin Article

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APS People in the News – Dr. Lee Siu-yau Research Cited in Weixin Article 2016 December The research of Dr. Lee Siu-yau regarding Surviving Online Censorship in China: Three Satirical Tactics and their Impact published by The China Quarterly was cited in a recent Weixin article on 23 December 2016. Dr. Lee Siu-yau is an

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APS People in the News – Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan’s SCMP Interview on Voyages of Discovery through Education

APS People in the News – Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan’s SCMP Interview on Voyages of Discovery through Education

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APS People in the News – Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan’s SCMP Interview on Voyages of Discovery through Education 2016 December In an interview on 9 December 2016 with South China Morning Post’s (SCMP) Education Post, Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan indicated that many Hong Kong students only know about the territory – and not even in depth.

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Professor James L. Perry Visits EdUHK

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Professor James L. Perry Visits EdUHK 2016 December The Departmental Research Seminar Series is a regular forum series organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) where academic and public sector practitioners have a dialogue with the University community and public. On 9 December 2016, Prof. James L.

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APS and University of York Signs Academic Collaboration Agreement

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APS and University of York Signs Academic Collaboration Agreement 2016 December The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) and the Department of Social Policy & Social Work at the University of York, UK signed an agreement for academic collaboration today on 2 December 2016. In the

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Professor James L. Perry

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Departmental Research Seminar Series – Meet Professor James L. Perry 2016 November Prof. James L. Perry, Professor Emeritus with the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, USA and Visiting Professor at The University of Hong Kong pioneered research on public pay for performance, civic service and public service motivation. He will address

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Elderly Health-related Issues and Wealth Correlation Index 2016 November Prof. Chou Kee-lee, Chair Professor of Social Policy and Head of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) and Associate Dean (Research and Postgraduate Studies) of the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) in a

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Prof. Chou Kee-lee on Hong Kong People’s Preparedness towards Retirement

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Prof. Chou Kee-lee on Hong Kong People’s Preparedness towards Retirement 2016 November Prof. Chou Kee-lee, Associate Dean (Research and Postgraduate Studies) of the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS) and Chair Professor of Social Policy and Head of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University of Hong Kong

APS Co-organizes the 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery
APS Co-organizes the 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery

APS Co-organizes the 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery

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APS Co-organizes the 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery 2016 November The 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery will be held on 24-25 November 2016. The conference is organized by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies at The

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Donald Trump’s Presidency and the Global Economy 2016 November With Donald Trump’s surprise US presidential victory, will this lead to slowing of global trade, growth and investment and eventually trigger trade and currency wars especially when global markets are still reeling from the fallout of the 2008 financial crisis? Read more… Click here for details…

APS Co-organizes the 3rd Asian University Leaders Program (AULP)
APS Co-organizes the 3rd Asian University Leaders Program (AULP)

APS Co-organizes the 3rd Asian University Leaders Program (AULP)

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APS Co-organizes the 3rd Asian University Leaders Program (AULP) 2016 October The Education University of Hong Kong’s (EdUHK) Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) with the Centre for Greater China Studies (CGCS) will co-host the 3rd Asian University Leaders Program (AULP) with the Centre for Greater China Studies (CGCS) at The Education University of

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Call for Papers – The 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery (Update)

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Call for Papers – The 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery (Update) 2016 September The 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery will be held on 24-25 November 2016. With increasing economic volatility in Asia due to China’s economic slowdown

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Neoliberalism is not Dead 2016 September Prof. Darryl Jarvis, Professor of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) replies to Martin Jacques’ (The Guardian) 21 August 2016 comments on the ‘death of neoliberalism’. Read more… Click here for details…

EdUHK Study: Half of the Hong Kong People Misinformed about Refugee Issue
EdUHK Study: Half of the Hong Kong People Misinformed about Refugee Issue

EdUHK Study: Half of the Hong Kong People Misinformed about Refugee Issue

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EdUHK Study: Half of the Hong Kong People Misinformed about Refugee Issue 2016 August Dr. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung, Assistant Professor of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) and Principal Investigator conducted a research that revealed half of the Hong Kong people are misinformed about refugee

EdUHK Study: Integration of Immigrants from the Mainland in Hong Kong
EdUHK Study: Integration of Immigrants from the Mainland in Hong Kong

EdUHK Study: Integration of Immigrants from the Mainland in Hong Kong

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EdUHK Study: Integration of Immigrants from the Mainland in Hong Kong 2016 August As a result of the low fertility rate, new immigrants, especially those coming from the Mainland, will continue to be the single most important source for population growth in Hong Kong. However, there is considerable doubt about how these new immigrants are

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APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei’s Research Heavily Cited by World Bank, W.H.O. and the Chinese Government Report

APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei’s Research Heavily Cited by World Bank, W.H.O. and the Chinese Government Report

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APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei’s Research Heavily Cited by World Bank, W.H.O. and the Chinese Government Report 2016 August The research of Dr. Alex He Jingwei, Associate Head and Associate Professor of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) is heavily cited by a newly released report jointly published

Call for Papers – The 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery
Call for Papers – The 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery

Call for Papers – The 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery

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Call for Papers – The 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery 2016 June The 4th International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Innovation in Social Service Delivery will be held on 24-25 November 2016. With increasing economic volatility throughout Asia, the conference will focus on the

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APS Student in the News – Alan Ho Kwan-lok’s Commentary on HKIEd’s Retitling to EdUHK

APS Student in the News – Alan Ho Kwan-lok’s Commentary on HKIEd’s Retitling to EdUHK

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APS Student in the News – Alan Ho Kwan-lok’s Commentary on HKIEd’s Retitling to EdUHK 2016 May Alan Ho Kwan-lok, a student of the Bachelor of Social Science Education (Hons.) (Greater China Studies) Programme under the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) provided his commentary in the Ming Pao News regarding The Hong Kong Institute

APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei Interviewed on Voice of America (VOA)
APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei Interviewed on Voice of America (VOA)

APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei Interviewed on Voice of America (VOA)

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APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei Interviewed on Voice of America (VOA) 2016 May Dr. Alex He Jingwei, Assistant Professor of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd), interviewed on VOA news. The article puts Chinese health care in the spotlight when

APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei on Doctor-Patient Tensions in China
APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei on Doctor-Patient Tensions in China

APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei on Doctor-Patient Tensions in China

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APS People in the News – Dr. Alex He Jingwei on Doctor-Patient Tensions in China 2016 May Dr. Alex He Jingwei, Assistant Professor of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd), interviewed on criEnglish.com radio news talk show ‘Today’. The topic is on the Doctor-Patient Tensions

APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee on Public Housing Welfare and Poverty Line
APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee on Public Housing Welfare and Poverty Line

APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee on Public Housing Welfare and Poverty Line

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APS People in the News – Prof. Chou Kee-lee on Public Housing Welfare and Poverty Line 2016 April Prof. Chou Kee-lee, Associate Dean (Research and Postgraduate Studies) of the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS) and Head of Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd),

Seminar Series – Utilization of Family-friendly Policies in Hong Kong: Application of the Andersen Model
Seminar Series – Utilization of Family-friendly Policies in Hong Kong: Application of the Andersen Model

Seminar Series – Utilization of Family-friendly Policies in Hong Kong: Application of the Andersen Model

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Seminar Series – Utilization of Family-friendly Policies in Hong Kong: Application of the Andersen Model 2016 April The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) with funding from the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences’ (FLASS) Dean’s Research Fund will host a seminar entitled “Utilization of Family-friendly Policies in Hong Kong: Application of the

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Prof. Lui Tai-lok Appointed HKIEd Vice President (Research and Development)

Prof. Lui Tai-lok Appointed HKIEd Vice President (Research and Development)

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Prof. Lui Tai-lok Appointed HKIEd Vice President (Research and Development) 2016 April The Council of The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) on 7 April 2016 approved the appointment of Professor Lui Tai-lok, currently Chair Professor of Hong Kong Studies with the Department of Asian and Policy Studies, as Vice President (Research and Development) of

APS People in the News – Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan on Chinese Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security Retirement Fund
APS People in the News – Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan on Chinese Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security Retirement Fund

APS People in the News – Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan on Chinese Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security Retirement Fund

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APS People in the News – Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan on Chinese Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security Retirement Fund 2016 March Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan, Assistant Professor of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd), interviewed on Phoenix TV News. Dr. Wu pointed out

Seminar Series of Greater China Studies – Explaining Doctor-Patient Conflicts in Chinese Hospitals: What Do Doctors Say?
Seminar Series of Greater China Studies – Explaining Doctor-Patient Conflicts in Chinese Hospitals: What Do Doctors Say?

Seminar Series of Greater China Studies – Explaining Doctor-Patient Conflicts in Chinese Hospitals: What Do Doctors Say?

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Seminar Series of Greater China Studies – Explaining Doctor-Patient Conflicts in Chinese Hospitals: What Do Doctors Say? 2016 February The Seminar Series of Greater China Studies is co-organized by the Centre for Greater China Studies (CGCS) and the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd). The research project

APS Organized a Two-day Boot Camp on Social Innovation
APS Organized a Two-day Boot Camp on Social Innovation

APS Organized a Two-day Boot Camp on Social Innovation

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APS Organized a Two-day Boot Camp on Social Innovation 2016 February The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) offered its first-ever two-day boot camp on social innovation held on 30-31 January 2016. Academic staff of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) and first-year students of the Bachelor of Social Science Education (Honours) (Greater

APS People in the News – Dr. Kelvin Cheung Chi-kin on Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children in Hong Kong
APS People in the News – Dr. Kelvin Cheung Chi-kin on Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children in Hong Kong

APS People in the News – Dr. Kelvin Cheung Chi-kin on Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children in Hong Kong

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APS People in the News – Dr. Kelvin Cheung Chi-kin on Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children in Hong Kong 2015 December Dr. Kelvin Cheung Chi-kin, Associate Head and Assistant Professor of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) was interviewed by the South China Morning Post

HKIEd Study: Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children in Hong Kong
HKIEd Study: Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children in Hong Kong

HKIEd Study: Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children in Hong Kong

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HKIEd Study: Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children in Hong Kong 2015 December Dr. Kelvin Cheung Chi-kin, Associate Head and Assistant Professor of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) and Principal Investigator conducted a research that revealed families from South Asian, Other Asian and Other Racial

APS Co-organizes the 3rd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation
APS Co-organizes the 3rd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation

APS Co-organizes the 3rd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation

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APS Co-organizes the 3rd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation 2015 November The 3rd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation was held from November 28 to 29 2015 in Guangzhou. This series conference is a joint initiative of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of

APS People in the News – Dr. Lee Siu-yau on Opportunities and Challenges of New Immigrants in Hong Kong
APS People in the News – Dr. Lee Siu-yau on Opportunities and Challenges of New Immigrants in Hong Kong

APS People in the News – Dr. Lee Siu-yau on Opportunities and Challenges of New Immigrants in Hong Kong

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APS People in the News – Dr. Lee Siu-yau on Opportunities and Challenges of New Immigrants in Hong Kong 2015 November Dr. Lee Siu-yau, Assistant Professor of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd), interviewed on NOW TV News. Dr. Lee discusses the reality of introducing

APS People in the News – Prof. Darryl Jarvis on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Deal
APS People in the News – Prof. Darryl Jarvis on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Deal

APS People in the News – Prof. Darryl Jarvis on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Deal

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APS People in the News – Prof. Darryl Jarvis on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Deal 2015 October Professor Darryl Jarvis, Professor of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd), interviewed on rthk.hk radio ‘Backchat’. The topic is on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Deal, which promises

Call for Papers – The 3rd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Smart and Inclusive Growth in Urbanization
Call for Papers – The 3rd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Smart and Inclusive Growth in Urbanization

Call for Papers – The 3rd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Smart and Inclusive Growth in Urbanization

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Call for Papers – The 3rd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Smart and Inclusive Growth in Urbanization 2015 September Themed ‘Smart and Inclusive Growth in Urbanization’, the 3rd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation to be held on 28-29 November 2015 will aim at creating a conducive platform for the

Roundtable and Public Forum
Roundtable and Public Forum

Roundtable and Public Forum

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Roundtable and Public Forum 2015 September The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) in conjunction with City University of Hong Kong and Lingnan University are sponsoring a Roundtable and Public Forum. The subject is on Enhancing Trade in Education Services: Education Hubs, Student Mobility and Policy Challenges. For more information, please see attached for details. All are

Enhancing Trade in Education Services: Education Hubs, Student Mobility and Policy Challenges
Enhancing Trade in Education Services: Education Hubs, Student Mobility and Policy Challenges

Enhancing Trade in Education Services: Education Hubs, Student Mobility and Policy Challenges

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Enhancing Trade in Education Services: Education Hubs, Student Mobility and Policy Challenges 2015 August he Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) along with City University of Hong Kong and Lingnan University are co-organizing and sponsoring the upcoming Roundtable and Public Forum this coming 16 September 2015 (Wednesday). The topic is Enhancing Trade in Education Services:

HKIEd Study: Hong Kong’s Lack of Concern on Aging Population Issue Leads to Lack of Understanding Financial Plans
HKIEd Study: Hong Kong’s Lack of Concern on Aging Population Issue Leads to Lack of Understanding Financial Plans

HKIEd Study: Hong Kong’s Lack of Concern on Aging Population Issue Leads to Lack of Understanding Financial Plans

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HKIEd Study: Hong Kong’s Lack of Concern on Aging Population Issue Leads to Lack of Understanding Financial Plans 2015 July According to a recent survey funded by the Central Policy Unit – Public Policy Research Funding Scheme, it was found that 20% of Hong Kong people still do not understand annuity plans. Professor Chou Kee-lee,

Correlations between Annuity Plan Comprehension and Lack of Concern on Aging Population Issues
Correlations between Annuity Plan Comprehension and Lack of Concern on Aging Population Issues

Correlations between Annuity Plan Comprehension and Lack of Concern on Aging Population Issues

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Correlations between Annuity Plan Comprehension and Lack of Concern on Aging Population Issues 2015 July Professor Chou Kee-lee, Head of Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) and principal investigator interviewed Hong Kong MPF scheme members (40 to 64 years of age) to learn of their understanding

APS Co-host the Social Policy and Social Protection in Asia 2015 Workshop
APS Co-host the Social Policy and Social Protection in Asia 2015 Workshop

APS Co-host the Social Policy and Social Protection in Asia 2015 Workshop

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APS Co-host the Social Policy and Social Protection in Asia 2015 Workshop 2015 July The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) co-host the Social Policy and Social Protection in Asia 2015 Workshop with the Centre for Greater China Studies (CGCS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd). The workshop held on 27 July

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Three APS Academic Staffs Receives ECS 2015-16 Research Grants

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Three APS Academic Staffs Receives ECS 2015-16 Research Grants 2015 July Three Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) academic staffs received the Early Career Scheme (ECS) research grant for 2015-16 from the Research Grants Council (RGC). The RGC through the University Grants Committee (UGC) advises the HKSAR Government on the needs of higher education

HKIEd Study: Over 50% New Arrivals Felt Discrimination by Hong Kong People
HKIEd Study: Over 50% New Arrivals Felt Discrimination by Hong Kong People

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HKIEd Study: Over 50% New Arrivals Felt Discrimination by Hong Kong People 2015 June According to a recent finding, over 50% of new immigrants to Hong Kong felt discriminated by Hong Kong people. The principal investigator of the survey, Ms. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung stressed that the tension between Hong Kong and Mainland people has reached

Immigrant Acculturation and Discrimination in Hong Kong Research
Immigrant Acculturation and Discrimination in Hong Kong Research

Immigrant Acculturation and Discrimination in Hong Kong Research

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Immigrant Acculturation and Discrimination in Hong Kong Research 2015 June A survey conducted by Ms. Isabella Ng Fung-sheung of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) examined the level of acculturation of new immigrants and the problems that they encounter in Hong Kong. The results revealed

The China Quarterly awarded the Gordon White Prize 2014 to Dr. Brian Fong Chi-hang
The China Quarterly awarded the Gordon White Prize 2014 to Dr. Brian Fong Chi-hang

The China Quarterly awarded the Gordon White Prize 2014 to Dr. Brian Fong Chi-hang

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The China Quarterly awarded the Gordon White Prize 2014 to Dr. Brian Fong Chi-hang 2015 May The Gordon White Prize is awarded annually for the most original article by a scholar who has not published in the China Quarterly before. The magazine announced that the Gordon White Prize 2014 was awarded to Dr. Brian Fong

Dr. Brian Fong Chi-hang Awarded the Gordon White Prize 2014 by The China Quarterly
Dr. Brian Fong Chi-hang Awarded the Gordon White Prize 2014 by The China Quarterly

Dr. Brian Fong Chi-hang Awarded the Gordon White Prize 2014 by The China Quarterly

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Dr. Brian Fong Chi-hang Awarded the Gordon White Prize 2014 by The China Quarterly 2015 May Dr. Brian Fong Chi-hang, Assistant Professor with the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) was awarded the Gordon White Prize 2014 by The China Quarterly magazine for his article entitled

President’s Award for Outstanding Performanace in Research 2014/15
President’s Award for Outstanding Performanace in Research 2014/15

President’s Award for Outstanding Performanace in Research 2014/15

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President’s Award for Outstanding Performanace in Research 2014/15 2015 April The President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research was established to honour research excellence exhibited by individual academic staffs or teams and to recognise, encourage and reward outstanding research of significant benefit to the wider community. Head and Professor Chou Kee-lee of the Department of

Prof. Chou Kee-lee Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2014/15
Prof. Chou Kee-lee Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2014/15

Prof. Chou Kee-lee Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2014/15

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Prof. Chou Kee-lee Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2014/15 2015 April For his dedication in Research, Professor Chou Kee-lee of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) was presented with the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2014/15 (Research Excellence Award). Professor Chou’s research interests ranges from elderly-care policy,

School Talk – Poverty Problems and Retirement Protection
School Talk – Poverty Problems and Retirement Protection

School Talk – Poverty Problems and Retirement Protection

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School Talk – Poverty Problems and Retirement Protection 2015 April Head and Professor Chou Kee-lee of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) visited Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School on 27 April 2015 and provided a “School Talk” on Poverty Problems and Retirement Protection in Hong Kong. Being committed to disseminate his research

HKIEd Study: On Public Support for Vocational Education in Hong Kong
HKIEd Study: On Public Support for Vocational Education in Hong Kong

HKIEd Study: On Public Support for Vocational Education in Hong Kong

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HKIEd Study: On Public Support for Vocational Education in Hong Kong 2015 April The Steering Committee on Population Policy released a report in January 2015 entitled “Population Policy: Strategies and Initiatives”. One initiative proposed is to encourage more youths to attend vocational education to increase Hong Kong’s labour force to maintain its competitiveness. Consequently, Dr.

Policy Dialogue Series – Prof. Alfred Chan Cheung-ming Visits HKIEd
Policy Dialogue Series – Prof. Alfred Chan Cheung-ming Visits HKIEd

Policy Dialogue Series – Prof. Alfred Chan Cheung-ming Visits HKIEd

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Policy Dialogue Series – Prof. Alfred Chan Cheung-ming Visits HKIEd 2015 April The Policy Dialogue Series is a regular forum series organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS). As guest speaker, Chair Professor of Social Gerontology and Director of Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies, Lingnan University, Prof. Alfred Chan Cheung-ming addressed a

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Prof. Alfred Chan Cheung-ming
Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Prof. Alfred Chan Cheung-ming

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Prof. Alfred Chan Cheung-ming

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Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Prof. Alfred Chan Cheung-ming 2015 March Prof. Alfred Chan Cheung-ming, Chair Professor of Social Gerontology and Director of Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies, Lingnan University will visit The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) to discuss issues on “New Trends and Strategies in Elder Care: Cross Disciplines, Cross Sectors and

HKIEd Study: Health Care Reform Plan
HKIEd Study: Health Care Reform Plan

HKIEd Study: Health Care Reform Plan

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HKIEd Study: Health Care Reform Plan 2015 March A research team from The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) conducted two rounds of telephone surveys to gauge public opinion on the HKSAR Government’s proposed Voluntary Health Insurance Scheme (VHIS) reform. The surveys were designed by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at HKIEd.

Call for Papers – Social Policy and Social Protection in Asia 2015 Workshop
Call for Papers – Social Policy and Social Protection in Asia 2015 Workshop

Call for Papers – Social Policy and Social Protection in Asia 2015 Workshop

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Call for Papers – Social Policy and Social Protection in Asia 2015 Workshop 2015 February The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) and the Centre for Greater China Studies (CGCS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) are convening a one-day workshop on social policy and protection in Asia. The workshop aims to

Prof. Chou Kee-lee Invited to Discuss on Retirement Protection and Planning
Prof. Chou Kee-lee Invited to Discuss on Retirement Protection and Planning

Prof. Chou Kee-lee Invited to Discuss on Retirement Protection and Planning

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Prof. Chou Kee-lee Invited to Discuss on Retirement Protection and Planning 2015 February Professor chou Kee-lee, Head of Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) was invited to attend a press conference on 11 February 2015 by AIA, an international insurer. The press conference announced the key

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Dr. Louis Shih Tai-cho
Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Dr. Louis Shih Tai-cho

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Dr. Louis Shih Tai-cho

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Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Dr. Louis Shih Tai-cho 2015 February The President of the Hong Kong Medical Association, Dr. Louis Shih Tai-cho will visit The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) to discuss issues on Health Insurance in Hong Kong. Please click here for details. Date 2015-03-04 Time 2:30-4:30pm Venue Chan Shiu Chow Performing Studio (D2-LP-05),

Policy Dialogue Series – Hon. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung Visits HKIEd
Policy Dialogue Series – Hon. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung Visits HKIEd

Policy Dialogue Series – Hon. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung Visits HKIEd

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Policy Dialogue Series – Hon. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung Visits HKIEd 2015 February The Policy Dialogue Series is a regular forum series organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS). As guest speaker, Secretary of Labour and Welfare, the Honourable Matthew Cheung Kin-chung addressed a forum at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd)

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Hon. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung
Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Hon. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Hon. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung

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Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Hon. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung 2015 January Secretary for Labour and Welfare, the Honourable Matthew Cheung Kin-chung will discuss Hong Kong’s ageing society and the HKSAR Government’s policy in dealing with this issue. For more information, please see attached for details. Date 2015-02-06 Time 3:00-4:30pm Venue (Updated) Chan Shiu Chow Performing Studio (D2-LP-05),

HKIEd Study: Availability and Utilisation of Family Friendly Policies in Hong Kong
HKIEd Study: Availability and Utilisation of Family Friendly Policies in Hong Kong

HKIEd Study: Availability and Utilisation of Family Friendly Policies in Hong Kong

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HKIEd Study: Availability and Utilisation of Family Friendly Policies in Hong Kong 2015 January The steering Committee on Population Policy released a consultation document on population policy, entitled “Thoughts for Hong Kong” in 2013. The document points out that to deal with the ageing population, Hong Kong needs to increase its labour force in order

Family Friendly Policy Research
Family Friendly Policy Research

Family Friendly Policy Research

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Family Friendly Policy Research 2015 January In 2013, the Steering Committee on Population Policy released a consultation report on population policy in Hong Kong. The report pointed out that in dealing with the ageing population, Hong Kong needs to increase its labour force to remian competitive. It proposed to encourage home-makers to join the labour

APS to Co-host the Asian University Leaders Program (AULP)
APS to Co-host the Asian University Leaders Program (AULP)

APS to Co-host the Asian University Leaders Program (AULP)

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APS to Co-host the Asian University Leaders Program (AULP) 2014 September The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) co-host the Asian University Leaders Program (AULP) with the Centre for Greater China Studies (CGCS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd). The symposium will be held at the HKIEd Council Chamber on 16 October 2014.

Policy Dialogue Series – Prof. Nelson Chow Wing-sun Visits HKIEd
Policy Dialogue Series – Prof. Nelson Chow Wing-sun Visits HKIEd

Policy Dialogue Series – Prof. Nelson Chow Wing-sun Visits HKIEd

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Policy Dialogue Series – Prof. Nelson Chow Wing-sun Visits HKIEd 2014 September The Policy Dialogue Series is a regular forum series organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS). As guest speaker, Professor Nelson Chow Wing-sun, Chair Professor with the Department of Social Work and Social Administration at The University of Hong Kong

Dr. Kelvin Cheung Chi-kin Wins the Public Policy Research Grant for 2014/15
Dr. Kelvin Cheung Chi-kin Wins the Public Policy Research Grant for 2014/15

Dr. Kelvin Cheung Chi-kin Wins the Public Policy Research Grant for 2014/15

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Dr. Kelvin Cheung Chi-kin Wins the Public Policy Research Grant for 2014/15 2014 September Dr. Kelvin Cheung Chi-kin, Assistant Professor in the Department of Asian and Policy Studies won the Public Policy Research Grant for 2014-15 (third round) for his research titled “Poverty of Ethnic Minority Children in Hong Kong.

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Prof. Nelson Chow Wing-sun
Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Prof. Nelson Chow Wing-sun

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Prof. Nelson Chow Wing-sun

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Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Prof. Nelson Chow Wing-sun 2014 September Professor Nelson Chow Wing-sun, Chair Professor with the Department of Social Work and Social Administration at The University of Hong Kong recently conducted a study on retirement protection in Hong Kong that was commissioned by the Commission on Poverty, will address on the topic

APS Co-sponsors the 8th Congress of Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA)
APS Co-sponsors the 8th Congress of Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA)

APS Co-sponsors the 8th Congress of Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA)

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APS Co-sponsors the 8th Congress of Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA) 2014 September The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) co-sponsors the 8th Congress of Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA) at Chiang Mai, Thailand on 19-20 September 2014 with the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS) at The

APS to Co-sponsor the 8th Congress of Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA)
APS to Co-sponsor the 8th Congress of Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA)

APS to Co-sponsor the 8th Congress of Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA)

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APS to Co-sponsor the 8th Congress of Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA) 2014 September The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) co-sponsors the 8th Congress of Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA) at Chiang Mai, Thailand on 19-20 September 2014 with the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS) at

HKIEd Study: Retirement Income Protection System Reform in Hong Kong by Prof. Chou Kee-lee
HKIEd Study: Retirement Income Protection System Reform in Hong Kong by Prof. Chou Kee-lee

HKIEd Study: Retirement Income Protection System Reform in Hong Kong by Prof. Chou Kee-lee

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HKIEd Study: Retirement Income Protection System Reform in Hong Kong by Prof. Chou Kee-lee 2014 August The Hong Kong SAR Government will soon release its report on retirement income protection system reform and universal pension is expected to be a topic under discussion. To examine the issue from another perspective, Professor Chou Kee-lee, Head of

President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2013/14
President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2013/14

President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2013/14

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President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2013/14 2014 April The President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research was established to honour research excellence exhibited by individual academic staffs or teams and to recognise, encourage and reward outstanding research of significant benefit to the wider community. Dr. Alex He Jingwei, Assistant Professor of the Department

Dr. Alex He Jingwei Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2013/14
Dr. Alex He Jingwei Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2013/14

Dr. Alex He Jingwei Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2013/14

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Dr. Alex He Jingwei Awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2013/14 2014 April For his dedication in Research, Dr. Alex He Jingwei of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) was awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research 2013/14 (Early Career Research Excellence Award). Dr. He’s research interests ranges

Policy Dialogue Series – Hon. Jasper Tsang Yok-sing Visits HKIEd
Policy Dialogue Series – Hon. Jasper Tsang Yok-sing Visits HKIEd

Policy Dialogue Series – Hon. Jasper Tsang Yok-sing Visits HKIEd

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Policy Dialogue Series – Hon. Jasper Tsang Yok-sing Visits HKIEd 2014 April The Policy Dialogue Series is a regular forum series organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS). As guest speaker, the President of the Legislative Council. the Honourable Jasper Tsang Yok-sing addressed a forum at The Hong Kong Institute of Education

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Hon. Jasper Tsang Yok-sing
Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Hon. Jasper Tsang Yok-sing

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Hon. Jasper Tsang Yok-sing

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Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Hon. Jasper Tsang Yok-sing 2014 April The President of the Legislative Council, the Honourable Jasper Tsang Yok-sing will discuss party politics, Hong Kong governance and effective governance. For more information, please see attached for details. Date 2014-04-07 Time 11:30am-12:30pm Venue Central Plaza, HKIEd, Tai Po, N.T.

The Partnership Between the Chinese Government and Hong Kong’s Capitalist Class: Implications for HKSAR Governance, 1997-2012
The Partnership Between the Chinese Government and Hong Kong’s Capitalist Class: Implications for HKSAR Governance, 1997-2012

The Partnership Between the Chinese Government and Hong Kong’s Capitalist Class: Implications for HKSAR Governance, 1997-2012

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The Partnership Between the Chinese Government and Hong Kong’s Capitalist Class: Implications for HKSAR Governance, 1997-2012 2014 March Existing literature has long recognised that a partnership has been forged between the PRC government and Hong Kong’s capitalist class. However, the implications of such a partnership for HKSAR governance have yet to be thoroughly explored. By

Family-friendly Incentive Policies
Family-friendly Incentive Policies

Family-friendly Incentive Policies

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Family-friendly Incentive Policies 2014 March Hong Kong is characterized by heavy workloads, a fast work pace and long hours. Work and family are the two major domains of life. An imbalance between the two leads to conflict. Surveys had shown that Hong Kong residents constantly struggle to achieve a satisfactory work-life balance. In turn, this

Policy Dialogue Series – Mrs. Anson Chan Fang On-sang Visits HKIEd
Policy Dialogue Series – Mrs. Anson Chan Fang On-sang Visits HKIEd

Policy Dialogue Series – Mrs. Anson Chan Fang On-sang Visits HKIEd

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Policy Dialogue Series – Mrs. Anson Chan Fang On-sang Visits HKIEd 2014 March The Policy Dialogue Series is a regular forum series organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS). As guest speaker, Mrs. Anson Chan Fang On-sang, Convenor of Hong Kong 2020 and former Chief Secretary for Administration addressed a forum at

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Mrs. Anson Chan Fang On-sang
Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Mrs. Anson Chan Fang On-sang

Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Mrs. Anson Chan Fang On-sang

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Policy Dialogue Series – Meet Mrs. Anson Chan Fang On-sang 2014 March In her capacity as the Convenor of Hong Kong 2020, former Chief Secretary for Administration, Mrs. Anson Chan Fang On-sang will share her insights into the issues and challenges facing Hong Kong in its pursuit of universal suffage. For more information, please see attached for

Brain Drain in Hong Kong
Brain Drain in Hong Kong

Brain Drain in Hong Kong

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Brain Drain in Hong Kong 2014 February Year on year, Hong Kong is losing its brightest young people in their most productive years. According to the China Daily, a growing number of local students are choosing to study overseas – but is it because there are advantages to having a foreign education or because Hong

Doshisha University (Kyoto, Japan) Students’ Visit to HKIEd

Doshisha University (Kyoto, Japan) Students’ Visit to HKIEd

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Doshisha University (Kyoto, Japan) Students’ Visit to HKIEd 2014 February Sankei Express Press Article (12 February 2014) published by Professor Watanabe Takesato describes the Hong Kong experience and information sharing exchanges between his students from the Doshisha University and those from the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of

Students from APS Meets Students from Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan

Students from APS Meets Students from Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan

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Students from APS Meets Students from Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan 2014 February The Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) and Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan held a one-day seminar on 7 February 2014. The speakers were Professor Watanabe Takesato of Doshisha University and Dr. Alex Chan Lih-shing

APS to Co-organise a Health Policy Forum with Taiwan’s Ministry of Health and Welfare, Department of Health of Tainan Municpal Government and Tsinghua University
APS to Co-organise a Health Policy Forum with Taiwan’s Ministry of Health and Welfare, Department of Health of Tainan Municpal Government and Tsinghua University

APS to Co-organise a Health Policy Forum with Taiwan’s Ministry of Health and Welfare, Department of Health of Tainan Municpal Government and Tsinghua University

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APS to Co-organise a Health Policy Forum with Taiwan’s Ministry of Health and Welfare, Department of Health of Tainan Municpal Government and Tsinghua University 2014 February Policy-makers, senior health administrators and academics from Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong will gather to discuss on public hospital reforms in the Greater China region. For more information,

Hospitals’ Responses to Administrative Cost-containment Policy in Urban China: The Case of Fujian Province from the China Quarterly Magazine
Hospitals’ Responses to Administrative Cost-containment Policy in Urban China: The Case of Fujian Province from the China Quarterly Magazine

Hospitals’ Responses to Administrative Cost-containment Policy in Urban China: The Case of Fujian Province from the China Quarterly Magazine

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Hospitals’ Responses to Administrative Cost-containment Policy in Urban China: The Case of Fujian Province from the China Quarterly Magazine 2013 December Dr. Alex He Jingwei and fellow researcher examines the strategies adopted by public hospitals and considers their implications for China’s ongoing national healthcare reform. The article looks into the dynamics of a health policy

Recent Conference Paper/Presentations of Prof. Darryl Jarvis (Sep-Dec 2013)
Recent Conference Paper/Presentations of Prof. Darryl Jarvis (Sep-Dec 2013)

Recent Conference Paper/Presentations of Prof. Darryl Jarvis (Sep-Dec 2013)

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Recent Conference Paper/Presentations of Prof. Darryl Jarvis (Sep-Dec 2013) 2013 December Jarvis, Darryl S.L., ‘Developmental States, Neo-liberalism and the Relocation of Authority: Marketizing Asia,’ International Conference on Rethinking Human Security in the Asian Century, Overseas Chinese University, Taichung, Taiwan, 5 – 6 December 2013. Jarvis, Darryl S.L., ‘Reform Efforts in Network Industries: Asia’s Experiences,’ Panel 1

Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho Ranked 5th Among Top Researchers in International Higher Education
Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho Ranked 5th Among Top Researchers in International Higher Education

Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho Ranked 5th Among Top Researchers in International Higher Education

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Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho Ranked 5th Among Top Researchers in International Higher Education 2013 December Professor Joshua Mok Ka-ho of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) has been listed as 5th Top Researchers in International Higher Education in a survey conducted for the upcoming article on

Reforms in Peninsular Malaysia’s Electricity Sector Forum
Reforms in Peninsular Malaysia’s Electricity Sector Forum

Reforms in Peninsular Malaysia’s Electricity Sector Forum

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Reforms in Peninsular Malaysia’s Electricity Sector Forum 2013 December Professor Darryl Jarivs, Head of Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) and Associate Dean (Research and Postgraduate Studies) of Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS), recently addressed an audience of some 200 people at a public forum on ‘Reforms in Peninsular Malaysia’s Electricity

2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia
2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia

2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia

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2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia 2013 December Co-organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) and the Centre of Greater China Studies (CGCS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd), in collaboration with the School of Public Administration at the South

Call for Papers – APISA 8 Annual Congress 2014 An Agenda for Asia: Human Security, Conflict Management, Sector Reform and Local Democratization
Call for Papers – APISA 8 Annual Congress 2014 An Agenda for Asia: Human Security, Conflict Management, Sector Reform and Local Democratization

Call for Papers – APISA 8 Annual Congress 2014 An Agenda for Asia: Human Security, Conflict Management, Sector Reform and Local Democratization

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Call for Papers – APISA 8 Annual Congress 2014 An Agenda for Asia: Human Security, Conflict Management, Sector Reform and Local Democratization 2013 December APISA 8 at ISEAA seeks to contribute to scholarship about Asia, encompassing interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research, especially with regards to issues of identity, economics, food, environment, health, education, security, peace, gender

APS to Host 2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia
APS to Host 2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia

APS to Host 2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia

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APS to Host 2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia 2013 December Co-organised by the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) and the Centre of Greater China Studies (CGCS) at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd), in collaboration with the School of Public Administration

Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan Interviewed by News China Magazine to Talk about ICAC in Hong Kong
Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan Interviewed by News China Magazine to Talk about ICAC in Hong Kong

Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan Interviewed by News China Magazine to Talk about ICAC in Hong Kong

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Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan Interviewed by News China Magazine to Talk about ICAC in Hong Kong 2013 November It detailed the history of ICAC and interviewed Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan, Lecturer at the Department of Asian and Policy Studies, on its success.  Dr. Wu explained how its Operations Department, Corruption Prevention Department and Community Relations

Reduce Higher Education Poverty
Reduce Higher Education Poverty

Reduce Higher Education Poverty

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Reduce Higher Education Poverty 2013 November Prof. Joshua Ka Ho MoK, the Associate Vice President (Research and International Relations) of The Hong Kong Institute of Education had published a journal about reducing higher education poverty on 16th November, 2013 in HKET. For more information, please see attached for details.

Toilet is not a Trivial Matter, but a Big Public Health Issue. Comments on the World Toilet Day
Toilet is not a Trivial Matter, but a Big Public Health Issue. Comments on the World Toilet Day

Toilet is not a Trivial Matter, but a Big Public Health Issue. Comments on the World Toilet Day

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Toilet is not a Trivial Matter, but a Big Public Health Issue. Comments on the World Toilet Day 2013 November In a website known as cankaoxiaoxi.com, Dr. Alex He Jingwei, Assistant Professor at the Department of Asian and Policy Studies, presented his views on China’s reform on public hospital in public management seminar in Singapore.

Department of Asian and Policy Studies Faculties Received Best Paper Award

Department of Asian and Policy Studies Faculties Received Best Paper Award

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Department of Asian and Policy Studies Faculties Received Best Paper Award 2013 November Professor M Ramesh and Dr. Alfred Wu Muluan, Lecturer of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies at The Hong Kong Institute of Education received the “Best Paper Award” for their paper submission entitled “Poverty Reduction in Urban China: The Impact of

Workshop on Poverty and Social Exclusion in Hong Kong 2013

Workshop on Poverty and Social Exclusion in Hong Kong 2013

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Workshop on Poverty and Social Exclusion in Hong Kong 2013 2013 November Invitation for the 1-day ‘Poverty and Social Exclusion in Hong Kong’ (PSEHK) workshop funded by ESRC/RGC joint scheme. For more information, please see attached for details. Date 2013-11-01 Time 9:30am-8:00pm Venue Connie Fan Multi-Media Conference Room, Floor 4, Cheng Yick-chi Building, City University of Hong

Public Sector Practitioner Lecture Series Organised by Master Programme of Public Policy and Governance

Public Sector Practitioner Lecture Series Organised by Master Programme of Public Policy and Governance

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Public Sector Practitioner Lecture Series Organised by Master Programme of Public Policy and Governance 2013 November Professor Joseph Wong, a former head of Hong Kong’s civil service, gave an inaugural lecture in the Public Sector Practitioner Lecture Series organized by Master Program of Public Policy and Governance of Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS)

Taiwan Week

Taiwan Week

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Taiwan Week 2013 November During this week (28 October to 1 November 2013), a variety of events have been scheduled to take place at the Tai Po campus. All are welcome to participate in the events and have a taste of Taiwanese culture. Taiwan Week is co-organised by the Greater China Affairs Office (GCAO), Faculty

Poverty and Social Exclusion in Hong Kong (PSEHK) Workshop

Poverty and Social Exclusion in Hong Kong (PSEHK) Workshop

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Poverty and Social Exclusion in Hong Kong (PSEHK) Workshop 2013 October The Department of Asian and Policy Studies of The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) will co-organise the “Workshop on Poverty and Social Exclusion” in Hong Kong with the Central Policy Unit, the Townsend Centre for International Poverty Research at the University of Bristol,

China’s Health Care Reform Offers a Good Model for the Developing World, said Dr. Alex He Jingwei at China Daily
China’s Health Care Reform Offers a Good Model for the Developing World, said Dr. Alex He Jingwei at China Daily

China’s Health Care Reform Offers a Good Model for the Developing World, said Dr. Alex He Jingwei at China Daily

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China’s Health Care Reform Offers a Good Model for the Developing World, said Dr. Alex He Jingwei at China Daily 2013 September In the 1970s, China’s healthcare system was lauded by WHO and the World Bank as a model for developing countries. Now, China’s ongoing healthcare reform could again get global recognition as a model

Survey Shows Young are Losing Faith in Leaders
Survey Shows Young are Losing Faith in Leaders

Survey Shows Young are Losing Faith in Leaders

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Survey Shows Young are Losing Faith in Leaders 2013 September CITY3   South China Morning Post    Shirley Zhao 2013-09-11 corruption ——————————————————————————– Politicians fail to instil confidence in future decision makers, but civil servants rate well Almost 40 per cent of young people believe Hong Kong will become more corrupt in the next five years,

Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority Passes Health Test, said Dr. Alex He Jingwei at South China Morning Post
Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority Passes Health Test, said Dr. Alex He Jingwei at South China Morning Post

Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority Passes Health Test, said Dr. Alex He Jingwei at South China Morning Post

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Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority Passes Health Test, said Dr. Alex He Jingwei at South China Morning Post 2013 September Dr. Alex He says Hong Kong’s health governance system may not be perfect, but problems can be dealt with through fine-tuning and improvements rather than by scrapping the Hospital Authority, as some suggest. For more information,

Dr. Alex He Jingwei Comments on Reforming Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority
Dr. Alex He Jingwei Comments on Reforming Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority

Dr. Alex He Jingwei Comments on Reforming Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority

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Dr. Alex He Jingwei Comments on Reforming Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority 2013 September Sing Tao Daily publishes Dr Alex He’s commentary on recent controversies surrounding Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority (HA). While pointing out the room for improving Hong Kong’s health governance, he argues that dissolving this institution as suggested by some legislators is not a

The 13th Challenge Cup

The 13th Challenge Cup

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The 13th Challenge Cup 2013 August The 13th “Challenge Cup” will be held at the Suzhou University (SUDA) in October 2013. “Challenge Cup” is a national competition held every two years to commend the university students with outstanding performance in extra-curricular technological projects. This competition is held by Communist Youth League of China, China Association

The Death of Development in Asia
The Death of Development in Asia

The Death of Development in Asia

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The Death of Development in Asia 2013 August Over the last three decades the global political economy has undergone a massive shift that has fundamentally changed the ways in which nation states work, companies operate, and how wealth is distributed and people live.The East Asian development was labelled Asia’s “mirracle economies” before. But now, Asia

The Master of Public Policy and Governance Programme – Onsite Admission

The Master of Public Policy and Governance Programme – Onsite Admission

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The Master of Public Policy and Governance Programme – Onsite Admission 2013 July The Master of Public Policy and Governance (MPPG) programme is designed to equip postgraduate students with professional knowledge, cutting-edge skills and effective tools for career development in government, business and the civil society. Please Click here for more information Date 2013-07-15 Time 9:30am

Call for Papers – The 2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia
Call for Papers – The 2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia

Call for Papers – The 2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia

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Call for Papers – The 2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation: Policy Learning and Policy Transfer in Asia 2013 July Themed “policy learning and policy transfer in Asia”, the 2nd International Conference on Social Policy and Governance Innovation will focus on the learning and transfer of policy experiences as well as lesions

Beijing Steps Up Centralisation of Power to Control Provincial Leaders
Beijing Steps Up Centralisation of Power to Control Provincial Leaders

Beijing Steps Up Centralisation of Power to Control Provincial Leaders

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Beijing Steps Up Centralisation of Power to Control Provincial Leaders 2013 July Regarding to the case that Beijing centralizes its power to control the local government in different provinces, Dr. Wu Muluan Alfred, lecturer in the Department of Asian and Policy Studies of The Hong Kong Institute of Education, said the situation began in the

Interns’ Rock n’ Roll – Bachelor of Social Science Education (Greater China Studies) Internship Blog

Interns’ Rock n’ Roll – Bachelor of Social Science Education (Greater China Studies) Internship Blog

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Interns’ Rock n’ Roll – Bachelor of Social Science Education (Greater China Studies) Internship Blog 2013 July Hi all, The Department of Asian and Policy Studies just created an internship blog to invite you to share all the fun journals and events in your internship. This is for you to connect with each other and

Goodbye the Rubber Duck. The Hong Kong Creative Industry has to Pay More Efforts
Goodbye the Rubber Duck. The Hong Kong Creative Industry has to Pay More Efforts

Goodbye the Rubber Duck. The Hong Kong Creative Industry has to Pay More Efforts

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Goodbye the Rubber Duck. The Hong Kong Creative Industry has to Pay More Efforts 2013 June Based on the recent hot topic of the “Rubber Duck” and “Mobile M+: Inflation”, some scholars think those are the creative ideas from the foreign countries but not related with the Hong Kong’s. Professor Joshua MoK Ka-ho says, ‘No

Prof. Chou Kee-lee: Discussion on Traditional Well-known School Transit to Direct Subsidized School
Prof. Chou Kee-lee: Discussion on Traditional Well-known School Transit to Direct Subsidized School

Prof. Chou Kee-lee: Discussion on Traditional Well-known School Transit to Direct Subsidized School

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Prof. Chou Kee-lee: Discussion on Traditional Well-known School Transit to Direct Subsidized School 2013 June Because of St. Stephen’s Girls’ College is planning to transit to direct subsidized secondary school, it evokes some related discussions and concerns, especially for the poor, among the society. ‘The related parties neglect the side effects of this change. Although

“Government Should Establish a Long-term Policy to Stand with the Invested Immigration”, said Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho
“Government Should Establish a Long-term Policy to Stand with the Invested Immigration”, said Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho

“Government Should Establish a Long-term Policy to Stand with the Invested Immigration”, said Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho

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“Government Should Establish a Long-term Policy to Stand with the Invested Immigration”, said Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho 2013 June The influential population of China keeps increasing. According to the first publication of “Chinese International Immigration report 2012” that conducted by Chinese and the Globalization research centre, China is undergoing the 3rd immigration wave by the rich

“The Competitiveness of Hong Kong Dropped. Enhancing its Ability is Necessary”, said Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho
“The Competitiveness of Hong Kong Dropped. Enhancing its Ability is Necessary”, said Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho

“The Competitiveness of Hong Kong Dropped. Enhancing its Ability is Necessary”, said Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho

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“The Competitiveness of Hong Kong Dropped. Enhancing its Ability is Necessary”, said Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho 2013 June IMD World competiveness annual report 2013’ says that, the competiveness of Hong Kong placed at the 1st in the world for the past 2 years and dropped to the 3rd this year. HKSAR responses, “The main reason of dropping

HKIEd Study: HKIEd Research on the Impact of Subsidised Pubic Rental Housing on the Poverty Line in Hong Kong by Prof. Chou Kee-lee
HKIEd Study: HKIEd Research on the Impact of Subsidised Pubic Rental Housing on the Poverty Line in Hong Kong by Prof. Chou Kee-lee

HKIEd Study: HKIEd Research on the Impact of Subsidised Pubic Rental Housing on the Poverty Line in Hong Kong by Prof. Chou Kee-lee

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HKIEd Study: HKIEd Research on the Impact of Subsidised Pubic Rental Housing on the Poverty Line in Hong Kong by Prof. Chou Kee-lee 2013 June Professor Chou Kee-lee, The study’s principle investigator, associate head of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies, suggests that the Hong Kong government and the Commission on Poverty should address

English is the Challenge that China Faced in Attracting Overseas Students
English is the Challenge that China Faced in Attracting Overseas Students

English is the Challenge that China Faced in Attracting Overseas Students

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English is the Challenge that China Faced in Attracting Overseas Students 2013 June Professor Darryl Jarvis, Head of the Department of Asian and Policy Studies at the Hong Kong Institute of Education, had an interview with CNN, said there is diversity among the universities in China and language is the obstacle in attracting overseas students

Young Fear Lack of Money Will Hold Them Back from Middle-class Dream
Young Fear Lack of Money Will Hold Them Back from Middle-class Dream

Young Fear Lack of Money Will Hold Them Back from Middle-class Dream

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Young Fear Lack of Money Will Hold Them Back from Middle-class Dream 2013 May Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-Ho, Acting Vice-president of Research and Development at the Hong Kong Institute of Education, conducted the survey and found that family assets give students more options and lower classes need more resources. Please click here for details

HKIEd Study: Democracy? Social Order Tops Wish List by Prof. Chou Kee-lee
HKIEd Study: Democracy? Social Order Tops Wish List by Prof. Chou Kee-lee

HKIEd Study: Democracy? Social Order Tops Wish List by Prof. Chou Kee-lee

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HKIEd Study: Democracy? Social Order Tops Wish List by Prof. Chou Kee-lee 2013 May Professor Chou Kee-lee, Associate Head of Department of Asian and Policy Studies at the Hong Kong Institute of Education, said that the survey which was conducted by HKIED showed that Hongkongers valued freedom of speech more than democracy. Please click here

President’s Commendation this Year by The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) – Miss Mandy Wong Sin-man

President’s Commendation this Year by The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) – Miss Mandy Wong Sin-man

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President’s Commendation this Year by The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) – Miss Mandy Wong Sin-man 2013 April Miss Wong Sin Man Mandy, student of the Undergraduate of Bachelor of Social Science Education (Greater China Studies) programme, had been awarded the President’s Commendation (Leadership) this year by the Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd)

President’s Commendation this Year by The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) – Miss Zheng Qianhui

President’s Commendation this Year by The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) – Miss Zheng Qianhui

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President’s Commendation this Year by The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) – Miss Zheng Qianhui 2013 April Miss Zheng Qianhui, student of the Undergraduate of Bachelor of Social Science Education (Greater China Studies) programme, had been awarded the President’s Commendation (Arts and Culture) this year by the Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) in

President’s Commendation this Year by The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) – Miss Ye Liting

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