Insights on Seeing the Sights
Under the instruction of Dr Gary Wong, Lecturer of the Department of Sociology, students are producing guidebooks on the lesser-known parts of Hong Kong after taking a course that looks at modern tourism and the challenge of providing authentic experiences to visitors.
More than Skin Deep
Dr Celia Chan and her team in the Department of Social Work and Social Administration conducted the first psycho-social intervention programme in Hong Kong for children with eczema that aims to help both the sufferer and their parents.
A Gendered Approach to Mental Health
Psychosis tends to strike women a decade or longer after men. The Department of Psychiatry has a new project that builds on its deep, long-term work and helps the most economically-deprived female sufferers treat this silent ailment as early as possible.
Do-It-Yourself Help on the Rental Home Front
A team of teachers and students from the Faculty of Law has put their knowledge of property law into practice and developed a DIY residential tenancy electronic package which helps landlords and tenants save money.
Reflections from a "Storey-Teller"
Professor David Lung has been educating professionals and the public about the cultural value of built heritage and has helped three places to achieve UNESCO World Heritage status. "The value of education is in knowledge exchange", he says.
A Culturally-Sensitive Tool to Assess Asia’s Young Children
Children tend to be precocious in the skills that are valued in their culture.
A Boost for Workers’ Rights
Professor Pun Ngai’s research not only has brought attention to the widespread use of vocational school students as a new form of labour use in Apple’s supply chain in Mainland China, but has also influenced campaigns launched by local and international NGOs that seek to improve working conditions for those student interns.