This book provides a detailed account of the origin, development, administration, revision and subsequent research findings on the benchmarking initiative from 1996-2016.
- Edited by David Coniam and Peter Falvey
ISBN electronic: 9789811063589
ISBN hardcover: 9789811063572
The Zhou Yi or Yi Jing is one of the most studied works among Chinese classics, not only in China but throughout the world. This new book, with twelve chapters is a comprehensive introduction to the classic, including its origins and authorship, content, and commentaries.
- Dennis Cheng Kat-hung
As a traditional folk art form in Guangdong and Guangxi Provinces, Hong Kong, and Macau, Cantonese opera has been highly welcomed by the Cantonese community. The Aria Type (including Bangzi Qiang and Erhuang Qiang) of Cantonese opera is the most representative musical genre reflecting...
- Edited by Leung Bo-wah
Adopting the perspective of a local non-profit organisation that assists refugees, this book explores the problems faced by refugees and the current situation in Hong Kong. The book details the way this non-profit organisation provides support to refugees, and shares stories that illustrate human kindness. It also studies how the media reports the refugee issue.
- Isabella Ng Fung-sheung
The Analects of Confucius is one of the greatest classics of Chinese culture, yet it has become difficult for modern people to comprehend. This book divides the content of The Analects into 12 chapters and 48 sections, with each section containing anthology of the same theme.
- Edited by Si Chung-mou and Li King-bong