This project expands the research objects from college students in the pilot study to 18-30-year-old youngsters in Hong Kong and focuses on those who have watched mainland drama.
The Education University of Hong Kong Foundation aims at liaising with prominent members of the community and coalescing various resources, with a view to promoting the sustainable development of the University.
“Schools have a critical role in forging the sense of social connectedness and belonging that is essential for cities like Hong Kong,” said Professor Christine Halse, Chair Professor of Intercultural Education, Associate Dean (Research and Postgraduate Studies), and Leader in a new Area of Research Strength in Intercultural Studies at the Faculty of Education and Human Development...
The Education University of Hong Kong aims to develop students' international perspectives and knowledge so that they will be well-equipped to become caring global citizens and professionals in their own fields.
Professor Halse is now leading a team of researchers at the University to enhance academic knowledge through research and engagement with local schools on…
They visited world-famous attractions such as the Golestan Palace and the Zoroastrian temple at Isfahan...
Professor Leung used a set of musical analytical tools and referred to the Western literature on creativity to determine what constituted the creativity and personal styles of...