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29 06, 2022

Is Chinese University of Hong Kong head Rocky Tuan a patriot? Vice-chancellor addresses criticism, vows CUHK will link China and West

By | 2022-06-29T00:00:10+00:00 June 29th, 2022|Education|Comments Off on Is Chinese University of Hong Kong head Rocky Tuan a patriot? Vice-chancellor addresses criticism, vows CUHK will link China and West

Vice-chancellor, whose term has been extended by another three years, says his institution aims to link China and the West, and is committed to joint projects with mainland.

27 06, 2022

International schoolteachers on the future of education, from pandemic-era online lessons with Zoom and Google tools, to AR and VR – and the importance of social skills and empathy too

By | 2022-06-27T04:12:57+00:00 June 27th, 2022|Education|Comments Off on International schoolteachers on the future of education, from pandemic-era online lessons with Zoom and Google tools, to AR and VR – and the importance of social skills and empathy too

We talk to Hong Kong’s international schoolteachers about how education is changing, from lessons learned during the pandemic, to how improved tech needs to be balanced against more human factors

24 06, 2022

Passing on Lessons from the Field

By | 2022-06-24T09:44:05+00:00 June 24th, 2022|Education|Comments Off on Passing on Lessons from the Field

[Sponsored Article] Dr CHAN Siu-ming admits that his story is a rather long one. Chan joined the social work profession after completing study in social work at university to serve the community in which he himself grew up. After eight years in the ...

24 06, 2022

Discovering a Passion for Literature

By | 2022-06-24T09:43:03+00:00 June 24th, 2022|Education|Comments Off on Discovering a Passion for Literature

One of the Department of English’s most recent hires, Dr Jerrine TAN talks about how she switched away from her early interest in medicine to pursue her studies in the arts

24 06, 2022

Immigration: the Dream vs the Facts

By | 2022-06-24T09:42:01+00:00 June 24th, 2022|Education|Comments Off on Immigration: the Dream vs the Facts

[Sponsored Article]   Waves of immigration have been seen again recently from politically and economically less stable and prosperous regions to those so-called Western democratised and industrialised countries. Rapid changes in the geopolitical te...

24 06, 2022

Following Friends in Fitness Apps is Associated with Higher Levels of Physical Activity

By | 2022-06-24T09:40:30+00:00 June 24th, 2022|Education|Comments Off on Following Friends in Fitness Apps is Associated with Higher Levels of Physical Activity

[Sponsored Article] The past few years have seen huge growth in mobile fitness apps globally. Expecting increased revenue to be generated from this category, app designers strive to add features to enhance the user experience and motivate better per...

24 06, 2022

Hardening National Boundaries in a Globally-connected World

By | 2022-06-24T09:39:51+00:00 June 24th, 2022|Education|Comments Off on Hardening National Boundaries in a Globally-connected World

[Sponsored Article] Information and communication technologies (ICTs) such as the internet are often thought to have removed the boundaries among countries and brought us to a boundless world. But is that really the case? To investigate this questio...

24 06, 2022

Why do Some Minorities Support the US Republican Party?

By | 2022-06-24T09:38:52+00:00 June 24th, 2022|Education|Comments Off on Why do Some Minorities Support the US Republican Party?

[Sponsored Article] In contemporary US politics, the Democratic Party is often regarded as the most welcoming to racial minority groups. Even so, each election cycle sees many members of these groups cast their vote for the Republican Party. In 2016...