Professor Selina Ching Chan, Dr. Hui Yew-Foong and Dr. LI Hang presented in the SOCIETY FOR HONG KONG STUDIES ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2019

Date: Jul, 18. 2019

As the only academic association promoting Hong Kong Studies that is inter-institutional and interdisciplinary, the SHKS offers a unique platform for scholarly exchanges and professional community formations. This annual conference feature organized panels, author-meets-critic sessions, keynote addresses and roundtable discussions on topics related to Hong Kong Studies. Our department members presented three topics in the conference, namely:

Governance Networks and Heritage Conservation in Postcolonial Hong Kong: a case study of the Chaozhou Hungry Ghosts Festival in Hong Kong

by Professor Selina Ching Chan

Postcolonial Liaisons: Hong Kong as a Diasporic Node

by Dr. Hui Yew-Foong

Coalitional Dynamics of the Pro-Democracy Movement in Postcolonial Hong Kong: The Role of Perceived Political Opportunity

by Dr. LI Hang

Date: 22 June, 2019

venue: University of Hong Kong