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Hong Kong Students Stand Up for Girls’ Rights
(13 Sep 2021, Monday, CLASS Magazine)

CityU’s Department of Asian and International Studies organised the annual “Girls Get Equal” Youth Conference, seeking to highlight global girls’ issues and strengthen ties across university departments and with local secondary schools

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Alumni interview article of Mr Ben LAM Hiu-yan
林曉恩 - 以匠人精神提升零售服務

(11 Mar 2021, Thursday, CityU Alumni Relations Office - AlumExpress)

林曉恩

  • 香港城市大學東亞及東南亞研究榮譽社會科學學士
  • 實惠集團執行董事及營運總裁
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Alumni interview article of Miss Joyce LEE Wai-yuet
李慧悅 - 跨越障礙開啟知識大門

(28 May 2020, Thursday, CityU Alumni Relations Office - AlumExpress)

Miss Joyce LEE Wai-yuet (李慧悅), graduate of BSSc (Hons) Asian and International Studies, has overcome the challenges of hearing impairment during her study at CityU and realised her dreams of overseas exchange that has broadened her horizon with the support from the University.

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CLASS Alumni Success Stories - Mr. Sauyi HO, AIS graudate
(18 Mar 2019, Monday, CityU CLASS Website)
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Dr Juliette SCHWAK, AIS PhD graduate has started a tenure-track position as a Lecturer at the Institute for International Strategy, Tokyo International University.
(6 Nov 2018, Tuesday, )

 

Dr Juliette SCHWAK, AIS PhD graduate has started a tenure-track position as a Lecturer at the Institute for International Strategy, Tokyo International University. She teaches an introductory course to International Relations and both undergraduate and graduate courses on public diplomacy, international political economy in the Asia-Pacific, foreign aid and international development. She is notably conducting research on promotional politics in the Asia-Pacific; the role of promotional consultants and academics in localising the hegemonic discourse of global competitiveness; and the inclusion of behavioural economics, psychology and other neurosciences in leading development agendas expanding the capitalist will to compete in rural areas of the Global South. She is also working on a book manuscript analysing intense competition in South Korean society as a political project inherent to the country’s rapid capitalist transformation.

 

More information on Juliette’s research can be found here.

 

 

 

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SEN學生有夢 海外交流助成長
(1 Jun 2018, Friday, Office of Vice-President (Student Affairs))

 

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As part of an exercise challenging students to contribute to discussions in Hong Kong on the global economy, Master's students in Dr. Justin Robertson's course International Political Economy (AIS5023) published 15 letters to the editor in the South China Morning Post in the winter semester (see list below).
(21 May 2018, Monday, South China Morning Post)
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Global Citizenship in Asian and International Studies
(23 Sep 2015, Wednesday, CLASS Magazine)

AIS students enjoy an international environment within the campus. The teaching faculty of the department are from thirteen different countries, speaking seventeen languages, and with degrees from the world's leading universities, including Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, Yale, ANU, Wisconsin, and Texas. Students of numerous nationalities take part in interdisciplinary courses focusing on comparative politics, political economy, international relations, development studies, anthropology and cultural studies.

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