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  • Environment & Sustainability
  • Business & Economy
China’s Heat Wave Strains Its Economy
19/08/2022
Prof. SHI Xiaoming, Assistant Professor at the Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR), said future extreme heat waves would affect even larger areas and impact more population in an article on the heatwaves in China.
  • Public Policy
Work with universities overseas to tell Hong Kong’s story to the world
17/08/2022
In a column article on Hong Kong’s unique political system can be a case study for those studying policy in institutions around the world, the Division of Public Policy’s (PPOL) Case Development Program was mentioned as one of the case study learning initiatives in Hong Kong.
  • Public Policy
Academic success depends on more than high entrance exam scores
17/08/2022
Prof. Naubahar SHARIF, Acting Head of the Division of Public Policy (PPOL) published an article on high entrance exam score not being the only factor to determine success.
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  • Business & Economy
  • Public Policy
China’s Double Debt Crisis
14/08/2022
Division of Public Policy Senior Lecturer Prof. Donald LOW and Master of Public Management candidate YANG Wen wrote an article on China’s double debt crisis.
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  • Business & Economy
  • World Relations
Semiconductor Landmark Bill to Increase US Industry Competitiveness
11/08/2022
Chair Prof. Albert PARK from Division of Public Policy said in an article on US President Joe BIDEN signing a landmark bill to provide billions in subsidies for US semiconductor industry and to boost efforts to make the US more competitive with China’s innovation efforts, that since the US has provided various funds for industrial development, it cannot blame China for its similar subsidy schemes in the next trade talk between the two countries.
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  • Environment & Sustainability
Philippines rescues ‘dirty’ companies from pandemic hole
09/08/2022
Division of Environment and Sustainability Assistant Prof. Laurence DELINA said in an article on the Philippines’s renewable energy development, that he believed the local government could have done more to speed up the country’s transition to renewable energy.
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  • Business & Economy
  • Public Policy
“3+4” quarantine arrangement jeopardized its role as an international transport and travel hub
09/08/2022
Division of Public Policy Senior Lecturer Prof. Donald LOW said in an article on Hong Kong’s new “3+4” quarantine arrangement for inbound travelers, that while many countries have resumed normal border entry processes and cancelled the hotel quarantine arrangement, HK’s continuation of such arrangement has jeopardized its role as an international transport and travel hub, adding that HK has to be quarantine-free within this year or enterprises will relocate their regional headquarters from HK to other cities gradually.
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  • Business & Economy
  • Public Policy
Why HK’s linked exchange rate system is important
29/07/2022
Prof. Edwin LAI from Division of Public Policy explained why Hong Kong’s linked exchange rate system is important from political perspective in an article discussing the system’s significance to HK and if the HKSAR government is capable of maintaining it.
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  • Public Policy
  • Social Changes and Health
Chinese government desperate to boost declining birth rates
28/07/2022
In a photo story on China's declining birthrates and its possible consequences, Division of Public Policy Prof. Stuart GIETEL-BASTEN’s previous remark that China is not facing a looming demographic crisis as its population is getting healthier, better educated and skilled, was cited.
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  • Environment & Sustainability
Let's make start toward cleaner society
31/07/2019
Article by Prof. Kira MATUS , Associate Head of Division of Public Policy at The Standard
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  • Public Policy
If Hong Kong protesters have a dream, they need their own Martin Luther King to realise it
01/08/2019
Article by Prof. Michael EDESESS, Adjunct Associate Professor of Division of Environment and Sustainability at South China Morning Post
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  • Student Bonding & Development
To learn science without boundaries
16/08/2019
Prof. King CHOW, Director of IPO, along with CUHK School of Education Dr. Victor LAU, two secondary school teachers and three high school winners of the International Biology Olympiad who were trained by them, shared how important it is to stimulate youngsters’ interest in science and learning, instead of just merely training their skills for the purpose of obtaining good grades.
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  • Environment & Sustainability
HK set for worst of it amid climate change
26/08/2019
Article by Prof. IM Eun Soon, Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Division of Environment and Sustainability, at The Standard
  • Environment & Sustainability
  • Innovation & Technology
PRIASE-HK a mobile app launched by Institute for the Environment (IENV)
03/09/2019
Prof. Jimmy FUNG, Director of Institute for the Environment (IENV) and Prof. NING Zhi, Assistant Professor of Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR) introduced the mobile app PRAISE-HK launched by IENV, which provides real-time and projected information on air quality and health risk down to street level in a TV program on HK’s air pollution and regulations.
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  • Environment & Sustainability
Volkswagen Appoints Professor Ye QI to Sustainability Advisory Council
03/09/2019
Prof. Ye QI, Director of Institute for Public Policy (IPP) was appointed as a member of Volkswagen Group’s Independent Sustainability Advisory Council to advise the group on strategic sustainability and social responsibility issues.
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  • Public Policy
The Hong Kong protests are a political crisis – and a huge opportunity for the government
03/09/2019
Article by Prof. Donald LOW, Director of Leadership and Public Policy Executive Education (LAPP) on the recent anti-extradition bill protests, which he described as a chance for the HKSAR government to embark on far-reaching socioeconomic policy and institutional reforms.
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  • Public Policy
Asia’s Richest Families are Riding High
10/09/2019
Prof. Donald LOW, Director of Leadership and Public Policy Executive Education (LAPP) shared his insights on wealth tax, saying Asia lacks discussions on whether governments should tax the rich more.
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  • Innovation & Technology
  • Student Bonding & Development
Artificial Intelligence and Chatbot are helping us
11/09/2019
Sunny Wong, alumni of Dual Degree Program in Technology and Management (T&M-DDP) was interviewed by Hong Kong Economic Journal (HKEJ) about his Chatbot startup. Full version news is only available for HKEJ subscribers.
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  • Environment & Sustainability
  • Innovation & Technology
Sea Gas Monitoring Technique Should Be Encouraged
12/09/2019
Prof. Jianping GAN, Chair Professor of Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR) shared his insights at a conference on sea gas, saying Hong Kong and Zhuhai’s collaboration on sea gas monitoring technique should be encouraged.