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Acting Head

Dr. LU, Jiafang

Associate Professor

2948 6274
lujf@eduhk.hk

Dr. LU, Jiafang
Associate Professor
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2948 6274
D2-1/F-38
lujf@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/jiafang陸佳芳-lu

LU Jiafang earned her PhD in Applied Psychology from Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. She is Associate Professor at the Department of Educational Policy and Leadership (EPL) and Associate Director (Change Research and Development Programmes) for the Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Center for Leadership and Change (APCLC), The Education University of Hong Kong. She is fascinated with studying emerging phenomena in school leadership teams, leadership development, as well as factors enabling teacher collaboration and innovation. Her research projects have been funded by highly competitive grant schemes such as Early Career Scheme and General Research Fund of the Research Grant Council of Hong Kong. She shares her interest with similar enthusiasm for translating knowledge in these areas into leadership development and school improvement.
 

Research Interests

School leadership teams

Teacher innovation

Teacher collaboration

Simulation-based training

Work-life role interaction

Associate Heads

Dr. CHAN, Tsan Ming Kenneth

Associate Head (Community Engagement)

2948 7607
tmchan@eduhk.hk

Dr. CHAN, Tsan Ming Kenneth
Associate Head (Community Engagement)
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2948 7607
D2-1/F-39
tmchan@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/tsan-ming-kenneth陳湛明-chan

Research Interests

Extra-curricular activities

Privatisation and educational service

Juvenile delinquency and student discipline

Team building in school

Dr. CHEN, Junjun

Associate Head (Quality Assurance and Enhancement)

2948 7637
jjchen@eduhk.hk

Dr. CHEN, Junjun
Associate Head (Quality Assurance and Enhancement)
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2948 7637
D3-1/F-19
jjchen@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/junjun陳君君-chen

Dr. Junjun Chen is an Associate Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership. Dr. Chen studied in Mainland China, Holland and New Zealand. Before joining the EdUHK, she worked at the universities in Mainland China and New Zealand. Her research has focused on principal and teacher development, well-being and resilience, systematic literature review, psychometric measurement, and how these have contributed to school effectiveness. She is willing to enlarge her research interest to advance the work of the EdUHK by cooperating with colleagues. This opportunity to work at EdUHK has made her feel very privileged indeed.

 

Research Interests

Teacher development, well-being, and resilience

Principal development, well-being, and resilience

Systematic literature review 

Psychometric measurement 

Dr. GÜMÜŞ, Sedat

Associate Head (Research and Higher Degrees)

2948 6866
sgumus@eduhk.hk

Dr. GÜMÜŞ, Sedat
Associate Head (Research and Higher Degrees)
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2948 6866
D2-1/F-31
sgumus@eduhk.hk
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Dr. Gümüş is an Associate Professor at the Department of Educational Policy and Leadership and a Research Fellow of the Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change at the EdUHK. Before moving to Hong Kong, he was an associate professor at Aarhus University, Denmark. He has published articles in core international journals of the field such as Educational Management Administration and Leadership, School Effectiveness and School Improvement, Journal of Educational Administration, and School Management & Leadership as well as in other high impact journals such as Compare, European Journal of Education, Educational Studies, Higher Education, Scientometrics, and Teaching and Teacher Education. He currently serves on the advisory board of Rowman & Littlefield School Leadership Book Series, as well as undertakes editorial responsibilities in several academic journals.

Dr. Gümüş defines himself first and foremost as a teacher. He worked around 2.5 years as a math teacher in Turkey before he moved to the USA for his graduate education in 2007. He received his PhD from the Department of Educational Administration at Michigan State University, USA in 2012 and his master’s from the same institution in 2010. He was nationally selected for the David L. Clark Graduate Student Research Seminar sponsored by University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) and later became a founding member of the UCEA Graduate Student Council.


Research Interests:

Instructional leadership

Leadership development

Professional learning

Work attitudes

Equity in education

Systematic reviews

Quantitative research

Dr. LEE, Tai Hoi Theodore

Associate Head (Learning and Teaching)

2948 8377
tthlee@eduhk.hk

Dr. LEE, Tai Hoi Theodore
Associate Head (Learning and Teaching)
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2948 8377
D2-1/F-42
tthlee@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/tai-hoi-theodore李泰開-lee

Theodore is used to be a secondary school teacher for 10 years before leaving for New Zealand to complete his higher degree in education.  He obtained a Master of Educational Leadership (First Honours) and his PhD from the University of Waikato, New Zealand.   

 

Research Interests

Teacher development and leadership

Inquiry learning

Assessment for learning.

Dr. QIAN, Haiyan

Associate Head (International and GBA Relations)

2948 8102
hqian@eduhk.hk

Dr. QIAN, Haiyan
Associate Head (International and GBA Relations)
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2948 8102
D2-1/F-51
hqian@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/haiyan錢海燕-qian

Qian Haiyan is an Associate Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership and Director of The Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change. She studied in Mainland China, UK and HK and worked in tertiary institutions in Mainland China and Hong Kong for accumulatively seven years. Before joining the Institute in 2012, she worked at the Institute of Higher Education, Fudan University at Shanghai, China.

Her research interests include education leadership; school principalship in China and influence of the social and cultural context on schooling across Chinese societies.

 

Chair Professors and Professors

Prof. MACFARLANE, Bruce John

Chair Professor of Educational Leadership

2948 6595
bmac@eduhk.hk

Prof. MACFARLANE, Bruce John
Chair Professor of Educational Leadership
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2948 6595
D1-1/F-54
bmac@eduhk.hk

Emeritus Professor (Education)

Prof. CHENG, Yin Cheong

Emeritus Professor and Advisor (Academic Development)

2948 7723
yccheng@eduhk.hk

Prof. CHENG, Yin Cheong
Emeritus Professor and Advisor (Academic Development)
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2948 7723
D4-1/F-34
yccheng@eduhk.hk
https://home.eduhk.hk/~yccheng/

CHENG Yin Cheong is Emeritus Professor and Advisor (Academic Development), EPL of The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). He was Research Chair Professor of Leadership and Change (2014-2016), Vice President (Research and Development) of HKIEd (2008-2014), the immediate Past President of the World Education Research Association (WERA) (2014-2016) and the President of The Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association (APERA) (2004-2008). Currently he is the chairman of Advisory Board of the Tin Ka Ping Foundation. Previously he had served as a full member of the University Grants Committee, a panel member of Research Grants Council, and a member of the Quality Education Fund Steering Committee of the Hong Kong SAR Government. 

Prof. Cheng holds a doctorate from Harvard University. He has had extensive experiences in both education and research. His research is mainly on education effectiveness, paradigm shift, leadership, management reform, higher education, and teacher education. Prof. Cheng has published 20 academic books and over 250 book chapters, journal articles and other publications. Some of his publications have been translated into Chinese, Hebrew, Korean, Spanish, Czech, Thai and Persian languages. He is at present serving on the advisory boards of 17 international journals. He is also the associate editor of the International Journal of Educational Management (UK) since 2006. Prof. Cheng’s research has won him a number of international awards and recognition including the Awards for Excellence from the Literati Network in UK. In 2008, he was awarded as the Fellow of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association in recognition of his excellent contribution to educational research in the Region. He has served as panel member, external examiner or reviewer for local and international universities and research institutions. He has been invited to provide consultancy services to national and international projects in Brunei Darussalam, Saudi Arabia, Gatar, India, Pakistan, Korea, Mainland China, Netherlands, Macao, and Thailand. In these years, Prof. Cheng has been invited to give over 110 keynote/plenary presentations by national and international organisations.

He has been very interested in watercolour painting since the end of 1960s and had invited personal exhibitions in 2001, 2005, 2009, 2010 and 2014. He was invited by the Hong Kong Museum of Art to conduct art seminars.

For the details, please see http://home.ied.edu.hk/~yccheng/ 

 

Research Interests

Education reform

Paradigm shift in education

internationalisation of higher education

Leadership

Teacher education and development

School autonomy

21st century learning 

Academic and Teaching Staff

Dr. BHOWMIK, Miron Kumar

Assistant Professor

2948 8539
mbhowmik@eduhk.hk

Dr. BHOWMIK, Miron Kumar
Assistant Professor
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2948 8539
D1-1/F-07A
mbhowmik@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/miron-kumar-bhowmik

Dr Miron Bhowmik is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), and was previously the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Specialist at the Faculty of Education and Human Development and a Post-doctoral Fellow at the Department of Special Education and Counselling. Prior to joining EdUHK, he was a Programme Officer at the UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education in Bangkok, Thailand. He has also worked for the British Council and several universities in Bangladesh. He is particularly interested in the educational policies and practices as they relate to diversity, equity and inclusion. 

 

Research Interests

Diversity, equity and inclusion in education

‘Out of school’/dropout/school failure issues

Ethnic minority education

Inclusive leadership

Critical discourse

ICT in education

Acculturative stress and coping behaviour

Dr. CHOI, Soobin

Assistant Professor

2948 8763
schoi@eduhk.hk

Dr. CHOI, Soobin
Assistant Professor
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2948 8763
D2-1F-22
schoi@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/soobin-choi

Choi Soobin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership. He earned his Ph.D. in the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis from the University of Missouri. His primary research interests include educational leadership, school organization, and policy analysis, with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion. In particular, his research examines how we prepare school leaders and teachers in embracing and valuing diversity as a valuable asset for teaching and learning. He explores the role of schools in fostering the development of students as global citizens who possess a deep understanding and respect for individuals from diverse backgrounds. Ultimately, the objective of his research is to bridge the gaps that exist between educators and students, as well as between students from diverse backgrounds. His scholarly work has been published in high-impact journals, including Educational Administration Quarterly, AERA Open, and the International Journal of Educational Research. 

Research Interests

Educational leadership

School organization

Policy analysis

Diversity, equity and inclusion

Mr. CHONG, Yiu Kwong

Senior Lecturer I

2948 7901
chongyk@eduhk.hk

Mr. CHONG, Yiu Kwong
Senior Lecturer I
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2948 7901
D2-1/F-46
chongyk@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/yiu-kwong莊耀洸-chong

Mr Chong joined The Education University of Hong Kong in 2007.

He received his Bachelor’s degree at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, majoring in Government and Public Administration. He earned his Master of Law degree at the University of Hong Kong. 

After admitting as a solicitor in 2000, Mr Chong handled various significant human rights cases. They included defamation - Albert Cheng v Paul Tse; right of assembly- HKSAR v Leung Kwok Hung; and family violence -the Tin Shui Wai tragedy of 2004.

From 2002, Mr. Chong began conducting seminars on education law.

At EdUHK, he teaches “Education and Law” and “Rule of Law and HK Legal System”. He is also active in the promotion of the right to legal education.

In recognition of his outstanding voluntary legal service to the public and educational sector, Mr Chong was bestowed with numerous awards including the Distinguished Pro Bono Service Award, Distinguished Community Service Award, and Bauhinia the Leadership Volunteer Award.

 

Research Interests

Education law

Human rights

Human rights education

Rule of law

Rule of law education

Dr. CAMPBELL, Paul

Research Assistant Professor

2948 8739
campbellp@eduhk.hk

Dr. CAMPBELL, Paul
Research Assistant Professor
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2948 8739
D2-1/F-49
campbellp@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/paul-campbell

Dr Paul Campbell is an experienced senior educational leader and educator having been a Vice Principal, Senior Leader and Primary Teacher in Scotland, Australia, Spain and Hong Kong prior to moving into academia. Paul has always been driven by a belief in the power of education and public services more broadly to transform lives and communities. His research interests focus on the intersection of policy making, leadership, and research engagement, and how this influences educational change. He is particularly interested in the role of power and agency and how this is negotiated in complex systems from school to supra-national levels.

Having originally studied for a B.Ed. in Primary Education, and subsequently an M.Ed. in Education Studies at the University of Strathclyde, then an Ed.D. at the University of Glasgow, Paul is also interested in the varied and nuanced complexities of education systems across the globe. This is what brought him to Hong Kong, and continues to drive his professional and research work internationally.

Paul is widely engaged in the broader education community. He is an elected board member and director of the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) and also serves as a Co-coordinator of their Educational Leadership Network, as well as chair of their Publications sub-committee. Paul also sits on the editorial board of the School Leadership and Management (SLAM) and Management in Education (MiE) journals, and the Publications Committee of the British Educational Research Association (BERA).

His work has been recognised by a number of international organisations, including the 2021 ICSEI/ JPCC Innovation Award, the 2018 BELMAS Research Bursary, the 2017 BELMAS Reflective Practice Award, and the 2016 Scottish Educational Review/ ICSEI Best Paper award.

 

Research Interests

School Leadership

Vice/ Deputy Principals/ Deputy Head Teachers

Leadership Development

Collaboration

Educational Change

Policy Analysis

Research Engagement

Sociology of Education

Dr. HO, Chun Sing Maxwell

Assistant Professor

2948 8931
hocs@eduhk.hk

Dr. HO, Chun Sing Maxwell
Assistant Professor
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2948 8931
D2-1/F-28
hocs@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/chun-sing-maxwell何振聲-ho

Maxwell is an experienced educator who has dedicated himself to promoting teacher entrepreneurialism, entrepreneurship education, and financial literacy throughout his career. He earned a Bachelor of Education (Business Studies) degree with first-class honours from the Education University of Hong Kong in 2008, following which he rose through the ranks quickly to become head of technology education (KLA) and administration group as a middle manager. His finance and entrepreneurial curriculum won him the Teacher award for business and financial education in 2016, a recognition from the HKABE, HKEdCity, EDB, and IFEC.

Maxwell continues to contribute to the field of education since joining EdUHK. As a Research Fellow at the Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change, he has performed leadership and educational practice research. In 2020, he was awarded the Emerald publishing award for his excellent doctoral research and is now invited to provide leadership training to primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong. He has also been named President of the Hong Kong Association of Business Education, demonstrating his continued commitment to the growth of this sector. Maxwell's teacher entrepreneurialism series has trained over 400 school leaders so far.

In 2021, Maxwell received the Emerald Young Researcher Award for his exceptional contribution to education in Hong Kong, validating his continued research interests in teacher entrepreneurialism, entrepreneurship education, and financial literacy. His efforts were further acknowledged by the Michael Fullan Emerging Scholar award in 2023.

Research interests

Middle leadership

Teacher professional development

Entrepreneurial behaviour

Business and personal financial education

Entrepreneurship education

Dr. KWOK, Lai Yin Percy

Senior Lecturer II

2948 8189
lykwok@eduhk.hk

Dr. KWOK, Lai Yin Percy
Senior Lecturer II
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2948 8189
D3-1/F-21
lykwok@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/lai-yin%E9%83%AD%E7%A6%AE%E8%B3%A2-kwok

Dr Percy Kwok is currently a senior lecturer in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership (EPL) in the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). After earning his PhD in 2001, Dr Kwok worked as a senior research assistant and a course tutor at the Centre for Information Technology in Education (CITE) in the Faculty of Education in the University of Hong Kong when joining the interim evaluation project of the First Strategy on IT in Education: Information Technology for Learning in a New Era Five-year Strategy 1998/99 to 2002/03 for the HKSAR government. In 1998-2002, he served several international and local comparative education societies such as the webmaster of World Council of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES) and a coopted member of Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong (CESHK). He founded the postgraduate research student committee in Faculty of Education in the University of Hong Kong in 1998 and formed a global network of young scholars in comparative and international education and research methodology in 2000s. As an international research consultant, he joined and led some ADB and UNESCO research projects in ICT education and teacher e-leadership in 2000s.

Dr Kwok has extensive experiences in teaching Adv. Dip. Ed., B. Ed., M.Ed., M.Sc. and Ed.D. in several key universities in Australia, Hong Kong, Macau, Mainland China and United States of America. Before returning to the teacher education field, he had been engaged in leading one innovative continuing education school for three years and coordinating the IBDP-TOK curricula and chairing the educational self-evaluation team in one through-train IB DSS school for fourteen years. He has been IBDP-examiners of some key subjects in Asia-Pacific rim and an External Reviewer (ER) of External School Review (ESR) under Education Bureau for primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong. Dr Kwok has great research interests in investigating the changing contexts of private supplementary tutoring, self-evaluation mechanisms in schools through action research, ICT integration into school curricula and successful educational leadership and principalship models in basic education in comparative and international perspectives. Noteworthy, he built some innovative inter-regional, inter-school and inter-discipline collaborative e-learning communities among students and teachers in primary and secondary education in Hong Kong, Macao, Mainland China, Singapore, United Kingdom and United States of America in 2000s. Dr Kwok earned the world reputation of Outstanding persons in Marquis Who’s Who in Finance and Industry (34th ed., 2004-2005) and Marquis Who’s Who in the World (23th ed., 2006) for establishing and sustaining such communities in the world.   

 

Research Interests

Collaborative learning communities  

Comparative and international education

Policy analysis in education  

Private supplementary tutoring in basic education  

Project-based learning and electronic portfolio in ICT education  

Research paradigms and research methodology  

School principalship and educational leadership  

Social cartography in educational and social research  

Teacher professional development through action research 

Dr. KEUNG, Pui Chi Chrysa

Assistant Professor

2948 8204
cpckeung@eduhk.hk

Dr. KEUNG, Pui Chi Chrysa
Assistant Professor
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2948 8204
D2-1/F-23
cpckeung@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/pui-chi-chrysa姜培芝-keung

Dr. Chrysa Keung has worked in various school development projects which across different educational settings. She received her PhD in Education, Administration and Policy from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She has been a Graduate Teacher in secondary school, Teaching Associate in HKUST and Postdoctoral Fellow in CUHK. Dr. Keung has her expertise in educational inequality, parental involvement and teacher development. In recent years, she engages in the early childhood studies, with a focus on the areas of leadership practices, play-based learning and positive education. Her research has spanned the fields of education, social psychology and sociology of education, with an interest in using large-scale data to investigate educational transitions and pathways.


Research Interest

Educational inequality

Sociology of education

Early childhood education

Play-based learning

Child and family studies

Mr. LAM, Ho Wai Martin

Lecturer I

2948 7341
lhowai@eduhk.hk

Mr. LAM, Ho Wai Martin
Lecturer I
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2948 7341
D3-1/F-21
lhowai@eduhk.hk
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Martin is a lecturer in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership (EPL) at the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). He received his Bachelor of Education (Majoring in Business Studies) at EdUHK, Master of Education (Majoring in Child and Adolescent Development) at HKBU and Master of Arts (Majoring in Christian Studies) at CUHK. He taught Business-related subjects, Biblical Knowledge and Life Education in secondary school for over 10 years before joining EdUHK. 

Being the Subject Coordinator, KLA Coordinator and Career and Guidance Coordinator in Secondary School, he has extensive experience facilitating students’ development and broadening their exposure beyond the classroom with positive values. He was invited to different teachers’ sharing on topics like business education and value education. He was awarded twice in the Teacher Award for Business, and Financial Education (2017 & 2019), organised by the EDB, HKABE, IFEC and HKEdCity, in recognition of his school-based curriculum development and leadership. 

He has served as the executive committee of the Hong Kong Association of Business Education to promote business education and has been invited to share on entrepreneurship in schools.

Research Interests

Teacher Professionalism

Students’ Wellbeing

Business and Personal Financial Education

Dr. LEE, Tsz Lok Trevor

Assistant Professor

2948 8312
ttllee@eduhk.hk

Dr. LEE, Tsz Lok Trevor
Assistant Professor
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2948 8312
D4-1/F-42
ttllee@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/tsz-lok-trevor李子樂-lee

Dr. Lee Trevor Tsz-lok is an assistant professor in Department of Education Policy and Leadership at the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). Dr. Lee is a sociologist working on the field of education, particularly inequality and stratification, parenting, and policy. Before joining EdUHK, Dr. Lee was an adjunct assistant professor in Department of Sociology and a postdoctoral fellow in Faculty of Education at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research is often located at the intersections of traditional research agenda in sociology and educational studies, among other (sub-) fields, and involves quantitative and qualitative methodologies. His work has been published in Educational Review, Educational Management, Administration & Leadership, Current Sociology, and Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, among others. Dr. Lee serves on the Editorial Board of Current Sociology, the official journal of the International Sociological Association.

His recent research projects address questions concerning (1) the intricate ways that interrelationships between home, school and culture shape and reproduce social positions in the stratification system; (2) the middle-class alternative choice of homeschooling in Hong Kong and Taipei; and (3) online learning of Hong Kong primary school students during school closures in time of COVID-19. His future research agenda attends to digital inequality through family socialization and parent leadership among disadvantaged families.

 

Research Interests

Stratification

Parenting

Policy

Dr. LEUNG, Wing Tat

Senior Lecturer II

2948 8533
leungwt@eduhk.hk

Dr. LEUNG, Wing Tat
Senior Lecturer II
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2948 8533
D2-1/F-24
leungwt@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/wing-tat%E6%A2%81%E6%B0%B8%E9%81%94-leung

Dr. Leung Wing Tat worked as a secondary school teacher for more than 27 years. During this long period of service in the secondary school setting, he made particular efforts in his post to enhance civic education and experiential learning for the young generation. Meanwhile, he completed several postgraduate programmes, including MPhil in Chinese Language and Literature, MA in Religious Studies and MSocSc in General Education. With this academic scope, he has a conviction to foster and facilitate youngsters’ learning in humanities and cross-disciplinary studies, so to broaden their outlook and develop their holistic worldview.

He earned his EdD degree in 2020. Through his doctoral studies, with reflection on teaching as a vocation, he felt the calling to expand his mission to the field of teacher education. Thus, he joined the teaching staff of the University in January 2022, aspiring to share his frontline experience and academic insights with prospective and in-service teachers of the new generation.

 

Research Interest:

Critical pedagogy

Civic education

Experiential learning

School-community partnership

Democratization of schools

Teacher professionalism and agency

Dr. LUO, Jiahui Jess

Research Assistant Professor

2948 8344
jessluo@eduhk.hk

Dr. LUO, Jiahui Jess
Research Assistant Professor
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2948 8344
D3-1/F-15
jessluo@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/jiahui-jess%E9%A7%B1%E5%98%89%E6%83%A0-luo

Dr Jiahui Luo (Jess) is a Research Assistant Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership, the Education University of Hong Kong. She obtained her doctoral degree from the University of Hong Kong as a recipient of the Philip KH Wong Foundation Postgraduate Fellowship. Prior to that, she completed her MPhil at the University of Cambridge as a fully funded International Cambridge Trust Scholar and earned her BA from Sun Yat-sen University with first-class honours.

As an academic, Jiahui’s research focuses on the practices and policy discourses around assessment in the higher education context. In particular, she is interested in the implications of AI on the assessment landscape, the assessment of holistic competencies (21st-century skills), and evaluative judgement development. Her research has been published in high-impact international journals such as Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, Educational Research Review, and Teaching in Higher Education. In recognition of her research performance, Jiahui was awarded the 2023 HKU Foundation Publication Award (RPG).

In addition to research, Jiahui is passionate about enhancing teaching and learning in higher education. She is experienced in developing teaching and learning resources/programmes for university teachers and students and has served as the facilitator, mentor, and panel moderator for multiple high-profile educational events and forums. Prior to joining EdUHK, Jiahui was a research member of the Teaching and Learning Enhancement and Research Group (TLERG) and the Teaching and Learning Innovation Centre (TALIC) at the University of Hong Kong.

 

Research Interests

Learning-oriented assessment and feedback

Competency development

AI implications for higher education/teacher education

Intercultural education

Dr. POOLE, Adam

Assistant Professor

2948 7622
poolea@eduhk.hk

Dr. POOLE, Adam
Assistant Professor
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2948 7622
D3-1/F-13
poolea@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/adam-poole

Adam is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership. Before moving to Hong Kong, he was an Assistant Professor at Beijing Foreign Studies University. Prior to becoming an academic, Adam worked as an English teacher in various international schools in Shanghai. As a research bricoleur, Adam focuses on a number of research interests, including international schools in China, teachers in international schools, professional development for language teachers, working-class academics, and the funds of identity approach. Adam has published in international journals including Educational Review, Journal of Education for Teaching, and Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education.

 

Research Interests

International schools

Teachers’ lived experiences

Teacher professional development/teacher research

Social class and social inequality

Funds of identity/knowledge

Dr. POON, Yu Hin

Lecturer II

29487238
yhpoon@eduhk.hk

Dr. POON, Yu Hin
Lecturer II
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/POON_YU_HIN1.jpg
29487238
D2-1/F-24
yhpoon@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/yu-hin潘宇軒-poon

Poon Yu-Hin is currently a Lecturer at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership of The Eduation University of Hong Kong. He taught Liberal Studies, Ethics and Religious Studies in secondary school for about 12 years, and he has been actively engaged in educational research in the past 10 years.


Research interests

Sociology of education

Educational policy and equality

Identity studies

School ethnography

Dr. TANG, Hei Hang Hayes

Assistant Professor

2948 8453
hhhtang@eduhk.hk

Dr. TANG, Hei Hang Hayes
Assistant Professor
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Tang_Hei_Hang2.jpg
2948 8453
D2-1/F-40
hhhtang@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/hei-hang-hayes鄧希恒-tang

A sociologist, Dr Hayes Tang is interested in the fields of education policy, higher education, academic profession and youth studies. His research focuses on the sociological role of higher education in entrepreneurial society and global city. He is committed to create new knowledge in application for better education governance and policy innovation in East Asian entrepreneurial societies, amidst the age of global inequalities, populism and authoritarianism. Currently he conducts academic researches on 'entrepreneurial universities', academic profession and institutional ethnography, as well as youth engagement, higher education and global citizenship. He aspires to build lifelong partnership with students and professionals so as to enlighten his analysis on educational development and policy anew with fresh perspectives, along with greater social impact and professional relevance. Presently involving in two GRFprojects (General Research Fund by Hong Kong Research Grants Council), he is now Assistant Professor of Department of Education Policy and Leadership at The Education University of Hong Kong and serves on the Editorial Board of Chinese Education & Society (Taylor & Francis).

On top of scholarly research, he considers education a commitment imperative to an academic life. Championing the spirit of liberal arts education, Hayes was presented at the start of his academic career the Outstanding Teacher Award by the School of Professional and Continuing Education, The University of Hong Kong in 2012. On issues about Hong Kong-Mainland China dynamics, he was interviewed by journalism including ARTE (Association relative à la télévision européenne) (Franco-German channel), The Straits Times, South China Morning Post (SCMP),Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK, Radio 3)China Daily and D100 Radio. Upon invitation, he delivered a Fulbright-Hays seminar entitled "Seeing China's Governance from Hong Kong Youth Perspective" for a delegation of American school teachers during their visit to The University of Hong Kong in August 2015. The Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad are hosted by the National Committee on United States-China Relations, USA.

In service of knowledge exchange and transfer, Dr Hayes Tang welcomes media consultation, external membership, community/professional seminars and commissioned R&D projects. He can be contacted at hhhtang@eduhk.hk.
 

Research Interests

Sociology of Education (especially Sociological Role of Education in Entrepreneurial Society and Global City

Higher Education

Youth Engagement, Educated Youth and Public Policy

Academic Entrepreneurialism ('Entrepreneurial Universities'), Scholarship of Application and Impact of Universities

Academic Profession and Its Connections with Other Professions (including Teaching Profession/ Schools)

Education Governance and Policy Innovation in the Age of Global Inequalities, Populism and Authoritarianism

Nationalism, Internationalism and Global Citizenship in Education

Dr. TSANG, Kwok Kuen

Assistant Professor

2948 8185
tkwokkuen@eduhk.hk

Dr. TSANG, Kwok Kuen
Assistant Professor
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2948 8185
D2-1/F-41
tkwokkuen@eduhk.hk

Dr. Kwok Kuen Tsang is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership at the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). Before joining the EdUHK, Dr. Tsang was an Associate Professor and Associate Dean of the College of Education Administration at Beijing Normal University, a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and an Assistant Professor at Caritas Institute of Higher Education, respectively. He is a member of the editorial advisory board of the British Journal of Sociology of Education and an Associate Editor of the Beijing International Review of Education. His research covers teachers' work and emotions, education policy and governance, and school leadership.

 

Research Interests

Teachers' work

Teachers' emotions

Education governance

School leadership

Dr. WONG, Koon Lin Linnie

Associate Professor

2948 8508
wongkl@eduhk.hk

Dr. WONG, Koon Lin Linnie
Associate Professor
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Wong_Koon_Lin2.jpg
2948 8508
D2-1/F-30
wongkl@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/koon-lin黃觀連-wong

Dr. Wong is an Associate Professor in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership.  She earned her B.A. (communication) and M.Ed (educational leadership and foundations) from the Brigham Young University, Utah, USA, and Ph.D. (Education) from The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong.  Following her Ph.D., she was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Education University of Hong Kong.  Dr. Wong has participated in various research projects over the past ten years (such as Participatory Citizenship, Applied Learning, Curriculum Reform, Work-Based Learning) and has been involved in international projects (such as research undertaken on a UNESCO project on out of school children, comparison of higher education study for Asia-Pacific region students, teacher preparation programs in Mainland, China).  Her work has been recognised by EdUHK through publication awards.  She has served as a reviewer of international and local academic journals. 

 

Research Interests

Diversity and Minority Education

Refugee Education 

Teacher Education

Citizenship Education

Moral and Servant Leadership 

Teacher Leadership

Mr. WONG, Wai Hung

Lecturer I

2948 7620
wongwh@eduhk.hk

Mr. WONG, Wai Hung
Lecturer I
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2948 7620
D2-1/F-27
wongwh@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/wai-hung黃偉鴻-wong

Mr. WONG Wai-Hung is currently a Lecturer of the Department of Educational Policy and Leadership of The Education University of Hong Kong. Before joining the HKIED in 2001, he taught General Education courses in Hong Kong Lingnan University. WONG had been a secondary school teacher for over 10 years. He got his MA in Sociology of Culture from the University of Essex in 1993, his MA in Chinese philosophy from the New Asia Institute for Advanced Chinese Studies in 1995, and his PCEd from the Hong Kong University in 1998. WONG is also a sexologist, a psycho-therapist, a school manager, and a film critic. WONG has published 10 books on philosophy, psychology and in some other areas. He always appeared in Hong Kong’s TV and Radio programmes as guest speaker, and writing different kind of articles in local newspapers.

 

Research Interests

Experimental Learning 

Life and Death Education

Moral Education

Dr. WRIGHT, Ewan

Assistant Professor

2948 8347
etmwright@eduhk.hk

Dr. WRIGHT, Ewan
Assistant Professor
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2948 8347
D4-1/F-30
etmwright@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/ewan-thomas-mansell-wright

Ewan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership. He holds a PhD from the Division of Policy, Administration and Social Sciences Education at The University of Hong Kong where he was a recipient of the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme. His main research interests are in educational trends and reforms across East Asia. As a sociologist of education, his current research focuses on international education (especially the International Baccalaureate), globalisation and education, university preparation and admission, and inequality in education and social reproduction. He has completed two large-scale International Baccalaureate research projects including “A study of the International Baccalaureate Diploma in China: Program's impact on student preparation for university studies abroad” and “A study of the post-secondary outcomes of IB Diploma alumni in leading universities in Asia Pacific”. His research has been published in international journals such as British Journal of Educational Studies and Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education.

 

Research Interests

International Schools

International Baccalaureate

Globalisation and education

University preparation and admission

Inequality in education and social reproduction

Dr. YING, Ji

Assistant Professor

2948 8846
jying@eduhk.hk

Dr. YING, Ji
Assistant Professor
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2948 8846
D2-1/F-53
jying@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/ji%E8%8B%B1%E5%90%89-ying

Ying Ji (Yumjyi) is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership (EPL), the Education University of Hong Kong. Her disciplinary background is in Sociology of Education, Educational Policy Studies, and International and Comparative Education. She obtained her MPhil (Distinction) and PhD from the University of Cambridge as an International Cambridge Trust Scholar. She used to serve as a convenor at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRAASH) in Cambridge.

Ying Ji’s research interests include equity, diversity and inclusion in education, global education, and teacher education. Particularly, she is interested in how diverse cultural, epistemic, and value systems encounter each other and their implications for education. Her research has been published in high impact journals like Educational Review, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, Journal of Moral Education, Asia Pacific Education Review, and Social Policy and Society. She has been serving as an external reviewer for dozens of international journals and conferences, and a chair and discussant for various conference panels. She currently serves as the Associate Programme Leader of Master of Arts in Leading Innovative Learning Organisations at EPL.

Research Interests

Equity, diversity, and inclusion in education

Global education

Teacher education

Adjunct Chair Professors

Prof. WALKER, Allan David

Adjunct Research Chair Professor of International Educational Leadership

2948 6566
adwalker@eduhk.hk

Prof. WALKER, Allan David
Adjunct Research Chair Professor of International Educational Leadership
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2948 6566
D4-1/F-38
adwalker@eduhk.hk
https://allandavidwalker.net/

Allan Walker is Adjunct Research Chair Professor of International Educational Leadership and Co-Director of The Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change (APCLC) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK).  Previously he had served as Joseph Lau Chair Professor of International Educational Leadership, Dean of the Faculty of Education and Human Development and Director of APCLC. Prior joining the EdUHK, he has worked in universities in Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong and has conducted leader development courses and/or research in America, Europe and across the Asia Pacific.

Allan has published extensively on educational administration and leadership; and school leadership development and learning. His work also explores the relationship between culture and school leadership. Allan serves on the editorial boards of the top ranked journals in his field and has published over 300 books and articles with international publishers and in the world’s most prestigious academic journals.  His recent research focuses on expanding knowledge of school leadership in Chinese and other Asian societies and disseminating this internationally.  Allan has also acted as a consultant/advisor on large-scale research and development activities in countries including China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Norway, Finland, Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, Canada, the US, South Africa, Chile, New Zealand and Australia.

He is known internationally for his passion for school leadership, innovative approaches to leader development and the promotion of leader control and accountability for their own professional learning. In 2010 Allan was made a Fellow of the Australian Council for Educational Leadership for his contribution to educational leadership research and development globally, but especially in South and Southeast Asia. In 2011, he was awarded an endowed chair professorship by The Education University of Hong Kong in recognition of his outstanding research and academic achievements in international educational leadership. In 2015, he was awarded the Edwin M. Bridges Award by the University Council of Educational Administration in recognition of his significant contribution to the preparation and development of school leaders.  He has won six General Research Fund grants and twenty other competitive research and development grants.

 

Adjunct Professors

Prof. BRYANT, Darren Anthony

Adjunct Professor


dabryant@eduhk.hk

Prof. BRYANT, Darren Anthony
Adjunct Professor
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dabryant@eduhk.hk

Darren Bryant is a Professor in the School of Education at Curtin University. Previously he served in EdUHK as the Head of the Department of Education Policy and Leadership and as Associate Director of the Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change (APCLC). Darren’s research concerns leader development, middle leadership in schools and how leaders make sense of and enact policies in school.

Dr. CHOI, Tae-Hee

Adjunct Associate Professor


choith@eduhk.hk

Dr. CHOI, Tae-Hee
Adjunct Associate Professor
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choith@eduhk.hk

Dr. KO, Yue On James

Adjunct Associate Professor


jamesko@eduhk.hk

Dr. KO, Yue On James
Adjunct Associate Professor
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jamesko@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/yue-on-james高裕安-ko
  • James has extensive training and education in linguistics, psychology and education, with diplomas and degrees from Canada, Hong Kong, and the U.K. 
  • Prior to his doctoral study, James was an EFL teacher for about 20 years and a department head of a secondary school for 10 years.
  • He led several innovative projects in student discipline, counselling and guidance, social and emotional learning, curriculum development, teacher professional development, and organiaational learning, receiving external funds from the Educational Department, ICAC and Citibank.
  • His research experience and interests are diverse. He has worked in various large scale research projects funded by the RGC in Hong Kong and by the ESRC and DSCF in the UK. He collaborates with local academics and overseas researchers of University of Oxford, University of Cyprus, University of Groningen, University of Nottingham, Nottingham Trent University, and University of Helsinki in local and international research projects.
  • He does mixed-method research and tries to keep his mind open to ideas of both qualitative and quantitative camps. He is a Research Fellow of the Institute's Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change (APCLC).

 

 

Research Interests

Educational effectiveness

Educational leadership and educational management

Teacher education

Learning assessment

Psycholinguistics

TESLO

IT in education

Learning disabilities

Mixed methods methodology

Data visualisation

Learner analytics

Prof. TANG, Yee Fan Sylvia

Adjunct Professor (Practice)


stang@eduhk.hk

Prof. TANG, Yee Fan Sylvia
Adjunct Professor (Practice)
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stang@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/yee-fan-sylvia鄧怡勳-tang

Professor TANG Yee Fan Sylvia is Adjunct Professor (Practice) of the Department of Education Policy and Leadership (EPL) at The Education University of Hong Kong. Previously she had served as Associate Professor and Professor (Practice) of EPL, and Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) of the Faculty of Education and Human Development (FEHD).  

Professor Tang graduated from The University of Hong Kong and received a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Distinction) and a Master of Education. She obtained her PhD at the University of Wales, Cardiff, UK. 

Before working in teacher education, Professor Tang was a secondary school teacher in Hong Kong. She began working in teacher education at the Northcote College of Education and has been a long-serving member of The Education University of Hong Kong. Professor Tang has extensive experience in the field of tertiary teaching and has taught in undergraduate, postgraduate diploma, Master of Education and Doctor of Education programmes; as well as professional development programmes for teachers and school principals in the areas of teacher education and development and qualitative approaches to educational research. She also conducted thesis supervision with doctoral students and teaching supervision of students in Field Experience at undergraduate and postgraduate diploma levels.  

Professor Tang’s research interests cover various aspects of teacher education and development, including initial teacher education; student teachers’ learning and professional competence; teachers’ continuing professional development; and mentoring. She has published extensively in internationally renowned journals, and has published book chapters on teacher education. Currently, she serves on the editorial boards of the European Journal of Teacher Education as well as Teaching and Teacher Education. 

Professor Tang served as Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) of FEHD from 2013 to 2023, overseeing matters related to learning and teaching at the faculty level. She led faculty-level learning and teaching projects, co-ordinated faculty members in the review and development of the undergraduate curriculum, and initiated and administered faculty-level funding and award schemes on learning and teaching.  

Professor Tang has been actively engaging in serving the teaching profession in Hong Kong. She was a member and professional advisor of the Special Meetings on Review of Teacher Competencies Framework, and the Committee on Professional Development of Teachers and Principals from 2014 to 2016. She also contributed to teacher education in her role as a member of the Working Group on Development of a Guiding Framework for Primary and Secondary Teacher Education Programmes, the Education Bureau from 2022 to 2023. Professor Tang has had extensive experience in presentations on topics related to teachers’ continuing professional development in Leadership Training Programmes in Hong Kong and Macau, as well as staff development events in schools in Hong Kong.  

Dr. YUEN, Wai Kwan Gail

Adjunct Associate Professor

2948 7581
gwkyuen@eduhk.hk

Dr. YUEN, Wai Kwan Gail
Adjunct Associate Professor
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Yuen_Wai_Kwan2.jpg
2948 7581
D2-1/F-45
gwkyuen@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/wai-kwan-gail袁慧筠-yuen

Dr. Gail Yuen has worked in a variety of educational settings, both overseas and local. Graduated from Teachers College, Columbia University, Dr. Yuen has her expertise built on child and family development, as well as international educational development specialising in early childhood education. She is particularly interested in policy and advocacy for young children. Her recently completed studies on the voucher scheme and early childhood teacher development in Hong Kong have raised public attention on critical issues concerning the sector. As a key member of the Education Policy Forum, Dr. Yuen works collaboratively with colleagues to promote the development of public discourse on pertinent policy issues. She actively promotes reconceptualising the relation between early childhood and school education. Under her leadership, Dr. Yuen prepared a full proposal on 15-year free education together with a team of comrades. The proposal was submitted to the Hong Kong SAR Government and Legislative Council, as well as widely circulated to facilitate professional dialogues. Dr. Yuen is the convener of the Alliance on the Fight for 15-year Free Education, which is represented by 30 educational bodies in Hong Kong. She was also a member of one of the subcommittees under the Committee on Free Kindergarten Education of the Education Bureau. 

 

Research Interests

Early childhood education and care policy

Advocacy

Teacher development

Adjunct Principal Lecturer/Adjunct Senior Lecturer

Honorary Professors

Prof. BEARD, Colin

Honorary Professor


Prof. BEARD, Colin
Honorary Professor
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Colin_Beard.jpg
www.colinbeardblog.wordpress.com

Colin Beard is a Professor of Experiential Learning (Sheffield Hallam University). He is a National Teaching Fellow (2005), holding previous roles such as External Advisor to the Open University Postgraduate Business School, Visiting Professor @ two leading Universities in Beijing, and at Derby University, UK. He has advised, in various capacities, on learning and development for UK Government Departments (English, Scottish and Welsh), US Government (Foreign Service Institute) & Singapore Governments (Ministry of Education/Ministry of Youth & Culture/NYC). He has delivered 65 global keynotes, written 8 books, 18 book chapters, and 44 refereed journal articles.

Dr. EYAL, Ori

Honorary Associate Professor


msori@mscc.huji.ac.il

Dr. EYAL, Ori
Honorary Associate Professor
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/ori_eyal.jpg
msori@mscc.huji.ac.il

Prof. HALSE, Christine Margaret

Honorary Professor


Prof. HALSE, Christine Margaret
Honorary Professor
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Christine_Halse.jpg
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=84966

Prof. LINGARD, Bob

Honorary Professor


r.lingard@uq.edu.au

Prof. LINGARD, Bob
Honorary Professor
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/bob_lingard.jpg
r.lingard@uq.edu.au

Part-time Lecturers

Name Title Phone Email
Mr. CHAN, Chi Wai Ricky Part-time Lecturer chancwricky@eduhk.hk
Mr. CHIK, Pun Shing Part-time Lecturer punshing@eduhk.hk
Dr. DANG, Yan Yan Beatrice Part-time Lecturer yydang@eduhk.hk
Mr. HUI, Chin Yim Stephen Part-time Lecturer scyhui@eduhk.hk
Dr. KWAN, Yee Wan Part-time Lecturer ywkwan@eduhk.hk
Ms. LAM-LAI, Sin Ting Part-time Lecturer lydia@eduhk.hk
Ms. LEE, Wing Yin Part-time Lecturer leewingyin@eduhk.hk
Dr. LEUNG, Yan Wing Part-time Lecturer ywleung@eduhk.hk
Dr. LEUNG, Yui Kei Part-time Lecturer yuikei@eduhk.hk
Ms. LUI, Wai Shan Lydia Part-time Lecturer wslui@eduhk.hk
Dr. LO, Wai Yin Part-time Lecturer wylo@eduhk.hk
Dr. MAK, Yiu Kwong Part-time Lecturer ykmak@eduhk.hk
Prof. NG, Shun Wing Part-time Lecturer swng@eduhk.hk
Dr. NGAI, Siu Keung George Part-time Lecturer gngai@eduhk.hk
Dr. YAU, Hon Kee Brian Part-time Lecturer hkyau@eduhk.hk
Mr. YIP, Hing Fai Albert Part-time Lecturer hfyip@eduhk.hk
Dr. WONG Siu Fung Part-time Lecturer siufung@eduhk.hk
Ms. YONG, King Yin Karen Part-time Lecturer karenyong@eduhk.hk
Mr. YU, Huiling Part-time Lecturer yhuiling@eduhk.hk
Dr. YUEN, Wai Wa Timothy Part-time Lecturer tyuen@eduhk.hk

Doctoral Students

Mr. ABATE, Samuel Getnet

PhD Student

2948 8902
s1147974@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. ABATE, Samuel Getnet
PhD Student
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2948 8902
D2-1/F-37
s1147974@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. CASTRO, Luisa Tan

EdD Student


Ms. CASTRO, Luisa Tan
EdD Student
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Ms. CHEN, Sihui

EdD Student


s1140003@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. CHEN, Sihui
EdD Student
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s1140003@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. DEER, Genman

EdD Student


s1135141@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. DEER, Genman
EdD Student
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s1135141@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. FU, Zhen

PhD Student

2948 6796
s1143994@eduhk.hk

Ms. FU, Zhen
PhD Student
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2948 6796
s1143994@eduhk.hk

Ms. FU, Ninglu

EdD Student


s1139530@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. FU, Ninglu
EdD Student
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s1139530@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. FU, Qingchen

EdD Student


s1138608@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. FU, Qingchen
EdD Student
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s1138608@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. GONG, Qiujuan

EdD Student


s1139526@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. GONG, Qiujuan
EdD Student
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Gong_Qiujuan.png
s1139526@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. GONG, Yiru

EdD Student


s1136714@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. GONG, Yiru
EdD Student
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Gong_Yiru.jpg
s1136714@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. HAN, Yingjie

EdD Student


s1139529@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. HAN, Yingjie
EdD Student
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Han_Yingjie.jpg
s1139529@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. HE, Hui

EdD Student


s0762750@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. HE, Hui
EdD Student
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s0762750@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. IUN, Pui Iun

EdD Student


Ms. IUN, Pui Iun
EdD Student
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Ms. KIM, Jeehee

PhD Student

2948 8063
s1131890@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. KIM, Jeehee
PhD Student
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2948 8063
D2-1/F-37
s1131890@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. LEE, Wang Sze

EdD Student


Mr. LEE, Wang Sze
EdD Student
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Ms. LI, Xinlin

EdD Student


s1138601@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. LI, Xinlin
EdD Student
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s1138601@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. LI, Yingxiu

PhD Student

29488599
liyingxiu@eduhk.hk

Ms. LI, Yingxiu
PhD Student
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Li_Yingxiu.jpg
29488599
D4-1/F-32
liyingxiu@eduhk.hk

Ms. LIU, Chenqi

EdD Student


s1142508@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. LIU, Chenqi
EdD Student
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Liu_Chenqi.jpg
s1142508@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. LIU, Dayong

EdD Student


s1142480@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. LIU, Dayong
EdD Student
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s1142480@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. LIU, Hong

EdD Student


s1142526@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. LIU, Hong
EdD Student
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s1142526@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. MEN, Ze

PhD Student


s1136203@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. MEN, Ze
PhD Student
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s1136203@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. Mo, Ni

EdD Student


s1142524@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. Mo, Ni
EdD Student
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Mo_Ni.jpg
s1142524@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. PAN, Jiajia

EdD Student


s1142502@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. PAN, Jiajia
EdD Student
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s1142502@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. WANG, Ye

EdD Student


Ms. WANG, Ye
EdD Student
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Ms. YIU, Sau Yin

EdD Student


s1128708@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. YIU, Sau Yin
EdD Student
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Yiu_Sau_Yin.jpg
s1128708@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. YUAN, Hui

EdD Student


Ms. YUAN, Hui
EdD Student
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/yuen_hui.jpg

Ms. YU, Jing

PhD Student

2948 8054
s1131863@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. YU, Jing
PhD Student
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/10_YU_Jing.jpg
2948 8054
D2-1/F-37
s1131863@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. ZHANG, Lutong

EdD Student


Ms. ZHANG, Lutong
EdD Student
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/ZHANG_Lutong.png

Ms. ZHANG, Qiongdan

EdD Student


s1142505@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. ZHANG, Qiongdan
EdD Student
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s1142505@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. ZHANG, Wei

EdD Student


s1138602@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. ZHANG, Wei
EdD Student
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s1138602@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. ZHOU, Quan

EdD Student


s1134956@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. ZHOU, Quan
EdD Student
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s1134956@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. ZHANG, Zhenmin

EdD Student


s1139525@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. ZHANG, Zhenmin
EdD Student
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s1139525@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. ZUO, XinYi

EdD Student


s1136788@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. ZUO, XinYi
EdD Student
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Zuo_Xin_Yi.jpg
s1136788@s.eduhk.hk

Project and Research Staff

Mr. POON, Ka Yin, Calvin

Research Assistant I


kypoon◎eduhk.hk

Mr. POON, Ka Yin, Calvin
Research Assistant I
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kypoon◎eduhk.hk

Ms. XU, Wendan

Research Assistant I

29488902
wxu@eduhk.hk

Ms. XU, Wendan
Research Assistant I
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29488902
D2-1/F-38
wxu@eduhk.hk

Ms. AHMAD, Sohana

Research Assistant I

2948 8926
swahmad@eduhk.hk

Ms. AHMAD, Sohana
Research Assistant I
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2948 8926
E-LP1-01
swahmad@eduhk.hk

Ms. TSANG, Hor Yee Tiffany

Research Assistant I

2948 7802
thytsang@eduhk.hk

Ms. TSANG, Hor Yee Tiffany
Research Assistant I
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2948 7802
thytsang@eduhk.hk

Mr. TSO, Sheung Chi Kelvin

Project Officer

2948 8118
ksctso@eduhk.hk

Mr. TSO, Sheung Chi Kelvin
Project Officer
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2948 8118
ksctso@eduhk.hk

Ms. WONG, Lai Sho, Lisa

Project Assistant

2948 8351
llswong@eduhk.hk

Ms. WONG, Lai Sho, Lisa
Project Assistant
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2948 8351
llswong@eduhk.hk

Ms. CHAN, Yik On Anna

Research Assistant I

2948 8808
ayochan@eduhk.hk

Ms. CHAN, Yik On Anna
Research Assistant I
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2948 8808
ayochan@eduhk.hk

Ms. LAM, Yee Ling Elaine

Research Assistant I

2948 7095
lamyl@eduhk.hk

Ms. LAM, Yee Ling Elaine
Research Assistant I
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2948 7095
lamyl@eduhk.hk

Ms. LI, Yingxiu

Research Assistant I

2948 8599
liyingxiu@eduhk.hk

Ms. LI, Yingxiu
Research Assistant I
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2948 8599
D4-1/F-32
liyingxiu@eduhk.hk

Dr. KOUHSARI, Masoumeh

Research Assistant I

2948 7393
mkouhsari@eduhk.hk

Dr. KOUHSARI, Masoumeh
Research Assistant I
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2948 7393
D2-1/F-44
mkouhsari@eduhk.hk

Ms. CHEN, Xinjie Jodie

Research Assistant I

2948 7725
jxjchen@eduhk.hk

Ms. CHEN, Xinjie Jodie
Research Assistant I
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2948 7725
D2-1/F-44
jxjchen@eduhk.hk

Ms. WANG, Yiming

Research Assistant I

2948 8249
wyiming@eduhk.hk

Ms. WANG, Yiming
Research Assistant I
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2948 8249
D2-1/F-44
wyiming@eduhk.hk

Ms. WONG, Hoi Ching Joey

Research Assistant I

2948 7393
joeywong@eduhk.hk

Ms. WONG, Hoi Ching Joey
Research Assistant I
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2948 7393
joeywong@eduhk.hk

Ms. LAI, Pik Sum Mavis

Project Officer

2948 8168
mpslai@eduhk.hk

Ms. LAI, Pik Sum Mavis
Project Officer
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2948 8168
E-LP1-02
mpslai@eduhk.hk

Administrative Staff

Ms. AN, Ying Rachel

Executive Assistant

2948 6869
yan@eduhk.hk

Ms. AN, Ying Rachel
Executive Assistant
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/rachel.jpg
2948 6869
D2-1/F-35
yan@eduhk.hk

Mr. CHAN, Chi Ho Bruce

Executive Assistant

2948 8702
bchchan@eduhk.hk

Mr. CHAN, Chi Ho Bruce
Executive Assistant
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Bruce_Chan_Photo.jpg
2948 8702
D2-1/F-35
bchchan@eduhk.hk

Mr. CHAN, Yu Fung Aaron

Executive Assistant

2948 8476
ayfchan@eduhk.hk

Mr. CHAN, Yu Fung Aaron
Executive Assistant
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/aaron_profile.png
2948 8476
D2-1/F-35
ayfchan@eduhk.hk

Ms. LAI, Tak Yee Cass

Executive Assistant

2948 8008
tyeelai@eduhk.hk

Ms. LAI, Tak Yee Cass
Executive Assistant
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/cass_profile.jpg
2948 8008
D2-1/F-35
tyeelai@eduhk.hk

Mr. LO, Chi Yan Oscar

Project Officer

2948 8975
lchiyan@eduhk.hk

Mr. LO, Chi Yan Oscar
Project Officer
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/ocsar_profile2.png
2948 8975
D2-1/F-35
lchiyan@eduhk.hk

Ms. TSANG, Hing Yee Louisa

Executive Officer II

2948 7397
ltsang@eduhk.hk

Ms. TSANG, Hing Yee Louisa
Executive Officer II
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2948 7397
D2-1/F-36
ltsang@eduhk.hk

Mr. WONG, Hoi Tung Taylor

Project Assistant

2948 6576
thtwong@eduhk.hk

Mr. WONG, Hoi Tung Taylor
Project Assistant
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/taylor.jpg
2948 6576
D2-1/F-44
thtwong@eduhk.hk

Ms. WU, Wanting Annie

Executive Assistant

2948 7610
anniewu@eduhk.hk

Ms. WU, Wanting Annie
Executive Assistant
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Annie.jpg
2948 7610
D2-1/F-35
anniewu@eduhk.hk