Centre Members

CSHK Research Team

We are supported by a multi-disciplinary, cross-border research team:

Currently, we have recruited 1300+ friends/members of SusHK Hub and CSHK International Hub for Belt and Road.

Student Research Intern (SRI)

In 2017/18 Semester B, we have recruited 35 student research interns.
 By distribution of departments:
Department No. of SRI
Economics and Finance 22
Public Policy 11
Accountancy 2
In 2018/19 Semester A, we have recruited 33 student research interns.
 By distribution of departments:
Department No. of SRI
Energy and Environment 3
Mathematics 1
Management Sciences 5
Public Policy 5
Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering 1
Economical and Finance 3
Laws 4
Accountancy 4
Asian and International studies 2
Applied Social Sciences 2
Architecture and Civil Engineering 1

Collaboration Partners (in alphabetical order)

CSHK International and Professional Advisers

Dr. Wilson Chan
Secretary, Belt and Road Global Development Alliance
Dr. Wilson Chan, Assistant Director of MBA Programme of CityU of HK, joined the interbank markets in the early 1980s and became the founding Treasurer of ICBC, HK Branch in 1995. Dr Chan was a former Senior Private Banker at Citi Private Bank and an AGM of Shanghai Comm’l Bank. Dr. Chan had served as Honorary Secretary of ACI – The Financial Markets Association of HK for more than 10 years until it merged with Treasury Markets Association in 2005, and now continues to serve other positions of its different Committees, incl. the Chairman of the Education Sub-Committee accumulating for around 20 years. He is the Senior Consultant of The HK Institute of Bankers. Dr. Chan is currently a guest speaker and hosts for TV and radio programmes, as well as a newspaper columnist. Dr. Wilson Chan has three Master Degrees and a Doctor of Business Administration, and completed a programme at University of California, Berkeley. For more information about Dr. Chan, please visit his webpage below: https://www.cb.cityu.edu.hk/staff/fbwchan/
Mr. Matthew Harrison
Former Research Director, HK Exchange
Matthew Harrison is a practising accountant - a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales and a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is also a policy researcher, and former Head of Research at Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing. Author of Asia Pacific Securities Markets and other books, Matthew is married with two children. His other interests include writing science fiction. For more information about Mr. Harrison, please visit his homepage at: www.matthewharrison.hk
Professor Robert Melnick
Dean, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University
Dr. Melnick is the executive director of the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability at Arizona State University (ASU), one of the largest research universities in the United States. The Institute, which includes ASU’s School of Sustainability, is the primary vehicle by which the university establishes and pursues a comprehensive set of goals on sustainability education, research, and practice. Prior to this position, he served ASU as Director of the Morrison Institute for Public Policy (1987-2008), Associate Vice President for Economic Affairs (2002-2008), Vice Provost for Research (2000-2002) and as a member of the faculty of the School of Public Affairs and the Department of Educational Technology, respectively. Dr. Melnick currently holds academic appointments as research scientist in the Global Institute of Sustainability, Presidential Professor of Practice in the School of Sustainability and Associate Faculty in the School of Public Affairs. For more information about Dr. Melnick, please visit his webpage at ASU: https://sustainability.asu.edu/person/rob-melnick/
Professor Ngo Tak-Wing
Professor of Political Science, Macao University
Tak-Wing Ngo is Professor of Political Science at the University of Macau. He formerly taught at Leiden University, and was the holder of the IIAS Chair in Asian History at Erasmus University Rotterdam. His research interests focus on state-market relations, political economy, and East Asian politics. For more information about Prof Ngo, please visit his webpage at the University of Macau: http://www.umac.mo/fss/pa/about_us/staff/TakWingNgo.html
Professor Su Hao
Professor, Foreign Affairs College, PRC
Dr. SU, Hao, is a distinguished professor in the Department of Diplomacy and founding director of Center for Strategic and Peace Studies at the CHINA FOREIGN AFFAIRS UNIVERSITY(CFAU). He was chairman of Diplomacy Department, director of China’s Foreign Relations Section, general secretary of East Asian Studies Center, and director of Center for Asia-Pacific Studies within this university. He is also affiliated with institutions in China, such as, president of Beijing Geopolitical Strategy and Development Association, member of Chinese Committee for Council of Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific (CSCAP) and Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC); board member of China Association of Arms Control and Disarmament, Pacific Society of China, China Association of Asian-African Development Exchange, and China Association of China-ASEAN.
Mr. Yau Shing Mu
Former Under Secretary for Transport and Housing, HKSAR Government
Mr Yau, SBS, JP was appointed as Under Secretary for Transport and Housing from 2008 to 2017. Before joining the HKSAR Government, Mr Yau had been a journalist for many years. He held the post of Executive Chief Editor of Hong Kong Economic Times between 2000 and 2008 Mr. Yau has edited and published books on various social issues such as youth problems and Hong Kong's economic prospects
Professor Christine Wong
Professor of Chinese Studies Director of the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Melbourne
Professor Christine Wong is Professor of Chinese Studies and Director of the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies at the University of Melbourne. She has previously taught at the University of Oxford, the University of Washington, the University of California, Santa Cruz and Berkeley campuses; and Mount Holyoke College. Professor Wong has also held senior staff positions in the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank, and worked with many other international agencies including the IMF, OECD, and UNDP. She is a member of the OECD Advisory Panel on Budgeting and Public Expenditures. Professor Wong has published widely on China’s public finance, intergovernmental fiscal relations and their implications for governance, economic development and welfare. For more information about Prof Wong, please visit her webpage at the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies of the University of Melbourne: http://arts.unimelb.edu.au/chinastudies/about/director
Professor David S G Goodman
Vice President
Professor of China Studies Xi’an Jiaotong Liverpool University
Professor David S.G. Goodman is currently Vice President Academic Affairs at Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University, in Suzhou, where he was previously (2014-2017) Professor and Head of the Department of China Studies, and (2016-2017) Head of Humanities and Social Sciences. He has served in the past as Acting Director and Academic Director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney (2010–14) and as the Director of the Institute of Social Sciences at University of Sydney (2009–2010). Professor Goodman's research has focused on centre-local relations and regional development in the People's Republic of China; the political history of the Communist Party of China. For more information about Prof Goodman, please visit his webpage at Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University: https://www.xjtlu.edu.cn/en/departments/academic-departments/china-studies/staff/david-goodman
Dr. Victor Hung
Adjunct Associate Professor, Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Hong Kong
Dr. Victor Hung is the former Head of Planning & Trade Practices Division of Hong Kong Consumer Council. He formerly taught at University of Hong Kong, the Baptist University and City University of Hong Kong. His research interests focus on online and offline consumer behavior, and artificial intelligence.
Prof. Kai-Chiu HO
Former Director, Research and Development of the Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Clothing
Prof. Ho has more than 45 years’ work experience in Hong Kong’s manufacturing industry, including advanced textiles and clothing technologies, innovation and technology, R & D strategy, project design, management and commercialization, technology management, project funding support, etc. Prof. Ho is the former Director, Research and Development (June 2006 - June 2016) of the Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Clothing which is funded by Hong Kong SAR Government. He is also a Chartered Textile Technologist and a Fellow Member of the Textile Institute; Fellow Member of Hong Kong Institute of Textile and Apparel; a Senior Member of China Textile Engineering Society; a Distinguished Professor of Zhijiang College of Zhejiang University of Technology, China; an Adjunct Professor of Institute of Textiles and Clothing of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University ( July 2013- June 2019); Honorary Associate Professor of the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Hong Kong; Visiting Professor at both Donghua University, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, Soochow University, etc., as well as Honorary Consultant of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Textiles; and the Hong Kong Federation of Invention and Innovation, Hong Kong.
  • Asian Academy of International Law
    • Legal sector gap analysis
  • Comprehensive Reform and Development Research Institute of Guangdong Province
    • Strategic collaborations in B&R research
  • Deloitte China
    • Professional training workshops
  • EY
    • Professional training workshops
  • The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce
    • Seminar on B&R
  • Global China Studies, CityU
    • Seminar on B&R
  • Maritime Silk Road Research Institute of Guangdong Academy of Social Sciences
    • Collaborations in field studies in Guangdong
  • Public Policy Institute, Our Hong Kong Foundation
    • Public seminar on B&R
  • Research Centre on One-Belt-One-Road, CityU
    • Seminar on B&R
  • RTHK3
    • Public seminar on B&R
  • Academy of Policy Policy, Renmin University of China and International Cooperation Center for National Development and Reform Commission (ICCNDRC)
  • School of Economics and Management, Beijing Jiaotong University
    • B&R projects case study research
  • The Southeast Asia Research Centre (SEARC), CityU