Master of Arts in Chinese Studies (Language Education) Scholarship
- Honours and Kudos
- Faculty of Humanities
The Master of Arts in Chinese Studies (Language Education) (MACSLE) Scholarship aims to recognise MACSLE students with outstanding academic performance in the first semester.
There are four MACSLE Scholarship awardees for the academic year 2019/20. All of them have attained a GPA of 3.5 or above and demonstrated a good professional attitude towards learning. Here are some awardees’ sharing:
Lee Kwing Shing
The teachers in MACSLE are very enthusiastic, knowledgeable and approachable. They often arrange academic discussions with students. Under their patient guidance, I gradually mastered some research methods and became active in expressing academic opinions. This critical engagement provides a great help to my future study and career.
I have received academic guidance and encouragement from the teachers and also gained the friendship with my peers during my study in The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). Learning doesn't require to ‘fight alone’. Every group discussion and project is an opportunity to learn cooperation and help each other.
I was major in Chinese Language and Literature during my undergraduate studies. Choosing MACSLE as my further studies was not only because of my passion in literature, but also a hope for acquiring different learning methods to broaden my horizons and improve my comprehensive abilities. I am grateful to EdUHK for making my dream comes true, especially thanks to my teachers who act as role models for learning.
Although I had already obtained a Master Degree before joining EdUHK, I became skillful in research and annotation of academic papers, as well as to feel the real pleasure in studying via MACSLE. Many thanks to EdUHK and every teacher who have guided me during my study.
Issue August 2020 | News Updates
Students Participate in Developing Materials for Chinese Storytelling
In the Department of Literature and Cultural Studies, Dr Fanny Li Yuen Mei has headed a project to develop Chinese storytelling and writing. Other participants include her colleague Dr Fung Chi Wang of the same department, and other participants from Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). It sought to develop five courses taught at the three universities: three writing courses of different kinds at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), two creative writing courses at HKBU, and a religious studies course at PolyU. The distinctive feature of the project is the “Student Network Group”.
Issue August 2020 | Honours and Kudos
The Seventh Hong Kong Outstanding Prospective Teachers Award
To recognise prospective teachers who have excellent teaching ability and a passion for education, the Hong Kong Prospective Teachers Association and the Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association co-organised “The Seventh Hong Kong Outstanding Prospective Teachers Award”.
Issue August 2020 | Research
Publishing “Language Education, Thought and Culture”
A specialised book entitled “Language Education, Thought and Culture”, co-edited by Drs Fung Chi Wang, Tse Ka Ho, and Professor Si Chung Mou, has been published by Chung Hwa Book Company (Hong Kong) Limited. This book is a special collection of the works presented at the 6th Symposium on Language Education, Thought and Culture which was organised by the Department of Chinese Language Studies and Department of Literature and Cultural Studies of The Education University of Hong Kong, co-organised with the Department of Language and Literacy Education of National Taichung University of Education, and the Department of Chinese Language and Literature of National Pingtung University. In addition to the three aforementioned universities, there were also participants joining the symposium from South China Normal University, Jiangsu Normal University, as well as Guangzhou University, combining a total of around 200 participants, divided into four respective panel sessions. The publication of this special collection is an effort to pay tribute and to express the highest gratitude to all those dedicated to the field of “Language Education, Thought and Culture”.