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China and Global Development Network received a delegation from the University of Warsaw, Poland on 9 March 2023.
Dr Ben KU, and Ms Kan YIP of China and Global Development Network visited Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazNU), Almaty, Kazakhstan on 21 Feb 2023 to exchange views and to discuss issues of further development of mutually beneficial collaboration.
We have relocated to M108, 1/F, Li Ka Shing Building, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
The “3rd Human City Design Award” jury awarded our project “House of Dreams” Grand Prize out of a hundred entries from twenty-two countries!
More than 20 scholars from Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, and Israel had made speeches in the conference. Meanwhile, more than 70 participants attended the roundtable and engaged in the discussion.
(3 & 6 Jan 2022)
This webinar involved about 3,000 people from Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, the United States, the United Kingdom, Vietnam, Kazakhstan and other countries.
(27-28 November 2021)
Dr. Ku Hok-bun making a keynote speech at the forum
(7 Dec 2019)
Speaker (L) Prof. Michele Ford and
Discussant (R) Dr. Jenny Chan
(11 Oct 2019)
Dr. Joel Andreas (speaker, UR3), Dr. Yan Hairong (Convener, UL3), Dr. Kaxton Siu (UL2), Dr. Jenny Chan (LR2), Dr. Xian Yang (LR1) and attendees
(24 Sep 2019)
Dr. Samuel Lam (R6), honorable guests and
the vetting committee
Integration of Design, Social Work and other Social Science Disciplines; strive to promote cultural diversity and sustainable social work development
A catalyze to mobilize the developement of China social work
Call for international scholarly articles
In a Chinese Factory Town, Migrants ‘Lie Flat’ for a Better Deal
Written by Wu Peiyue
Edited by Dominic Morgan
07 Mar 2023
…“While they [gig migrant-workers] desperately search for something worthy of their labor time and effort, they don’t have access to basic social security benefits,” says Jenny Chan, an associate professor of sociology at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. “It’s frustrating even when the local economy is slowly starting to revitalize.”
Associate Professor Dr Jenny Chan from Hong Kong Polytechnic University shares her take on the situation of garment factories in Guangdong, China after the pandemic transformed the attitude and lifestyle of migrant workers.
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