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A City’s Educational Heritage: Stories of Kowloon Schools
A City’s Educational Heritage: Stories of Kowloon Schools2021

This book covers the early urban development of Kowloon, local education history, interviews of the school community, art education and literature. Readers are guided along their familiar landscape to revisit landmarks, discover the footprints of transformation and trace how art education in Kowloon schools has formed the cultural and artistic ambience of the community...

Author(s):
John Lee Chi-kin, Lau Ying, Chan Chi-tak and Hong Kong Museum of Education
Details:

196 pages

ISBN: 9789888759231

Pathologies of Climate Governance: International Relations, National Politics and Human Nature
Pathologies of Climate Governance: International Relations, National Politics and Human Nature 2021

This book uncovers the fundamental pathologies causing the worsening climate crisis. It distills decades of global climate negotiations to reveal the features of international relations that make climate action so difficult, and explores the politics of climate change...

Author(s):
Paul Harris
Details:

271 pages

ISBN: 9781108423410

Religious Education in Asia: Spiritual Diversity in Globalized Times
Religious Education in Asia: Spiritual Diversity in Globalized Times2020

The book examines ancient religious traditions and modernity in a globalized Asia that is as much in need of a moral compass as it is economic development. Religious education has been an aspect of many societies over time and irrespective of culture.

Author(s):
Edited by Kerry J Kennedy and John Lee Chi-kin
Details:

200 pages

‎ISBN: ‎9780367336998

Daring to Change the Sky: Extraordinary Years of Hong Kong’s Anti-Corruption Pioneers
Daring to Change the Sky: Extraordinary Years of Hong Kong’s Anti-Corruption Pioneers2020

「香港勝在有ICAC」,這是1997年廉政公署的宣傳口號,深入民心,廉潔已成為香港社會一個重要核心價值。但曾幾何時,行賄、付黑錢小費乃香港人日常生活的一部分。創立只有四十多年的廉政公署能成功移風易俗,其成功因素何在?

Author(s):
Anthony Cheung Bing-leung
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274 pages

ISBN: 9789888675920

Governing Cities: Asia's Urban Transformation
Governing Cities: Asia's Urban Transformation2020

This book presents the latest research on three issues of crucial importance to Asian cities: governance, liveability and sustainability. Together, these issues canvass the salient trends defining Asian urbanisation and are explored through an eclectic compendium of studies that represent the many voices of this diverse region.

Author(s):
Edited by Kris Hartley, Glen Kuecker, Michael Waschak, Woo Jun-jie, Charles Chao Rong-phua
Details:

280 pages

‎ISBN: ‎9781138341883