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2013 HKU Outstanding Teaching Award

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2007 Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching

  • BA(SCUT) MA(George Mason)


    Program
    Ph.D.

    Research Field
    Comparative Politics, Contemporary China

    Mao Yexin

    Current Ph.D. Student

    BA(Rome) MA(Bologna)


    Program
    Ph.D.

    Research Field
    Comparative Politics, Contemporary Chinese Politics

    Fabio Angiolillo

    Current Ph.D. Student

    BSS(HKU) M.Phil.(HKU)


    Program
    Ph.D.

    Research Field
    Political Propaganda, Contemporary China

    Li La

    Current Ph.D. Student

Graduated Ph.D. Student

2019

Mohammed Al-Sudairi

BA(Georgetown) MA(Peking) Ph.D.(HKU)

Thesis Title:

Fighting the Many Smokeless Wars: A comparative Study of the Origins, Conceptualisations and Practices of Cultural Security in China and Saudi Arabia

Placement:

Senior Researcher at Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, the University of Hong Kong
Head of the Asian Studies Unit at the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies

Graduated Ph.D. Student

2018

Huang Jie

BA(Nanjing) MA(Fudan) MA(Keio) Ph.D.(HKU)

Thesis Title:

Golden Youth: State, Market, and China's Second-Generation Private Entrepreneurs

Placement:

Assistant Professor (Tenure-track Lecturer-ship)
Nanjing University 南京大學

Graduated Ph.D. Student

2018

Chen Hanyu

BA(HK Baptist) MA(KCL) Ph.D.(HKU)

Thesis Title:

The Profit-Driven Welfare State in China: Public Housing in Two Prefecture-Level Districts

Winner of the Li Ka Shing Prizes 2017-18

Placement:

Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Hong Kong 香港大學

Graduated Ph.D. Student

2016

Xin Ge

BA(HK Baptist) MSc(LSE) Ph.D.(HKU

Thesis Title:

Bootstrapping Public Participation in the Global South: Participatory budgeting Reforms in Brazil, China and South Africa

Placement:

Assistant Professor (Tenure-track Lecturer-ship)
Renmin University of China 中國人民大學

Graduated Ph.D. Student

2014

Zhou Kai

BA(Hubei) MA(Toronto)

Thesis Title:

Contentious Challenges and State Capacity: Why Do Governments Respond Differently to Social Protests in Contemporary China?

Placement:

Associate Professor
Shanghai Jiaotong University 上海交通大學

Graduated Ph.D. Student

2013

Xia Lu

BA(RUC) MA(RUC)

Thesis Title:

Politicized Academic Capitalism: The Chinese Communist Party's Sociopolitical Control Mechanisms over Intellectuals during the Reform Era

Placement:

Assistant Professor (Tenure-track Lecturer-ship)
Renmin University of China 中國人民大學

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