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Dean’s List 2017-18


GPGC programme is very happy to announce that THREE newly graduated alumni are granted Dean’s List (2017-18) of the Faculty of Social Science. They are YANG Yingxuan, XU Lan and LEE Pui Yeung. They are also awarded GPGC Dean’s List Scholarship. Congratulations!


Click here for their photos

 


 

Invitation: Prof. Qin Hui’s Talk on The Great Cultural Revolution (Nov. 26)


Professor Qin Hui, Adjunct Professor of GPGC, will give a talk (in Putonghua) on his co-authored book 「中外學者談文革」at 12:00 noon on November 26 (Monday). Anyone interested are welcome to join.


文革講座

 


 

Application for admission 2019/20


Applications for GPGC programme 2019/20 are accepted from NOW on. Please check our Graduate School’s website to process on-line application:


https://www.gs.cuhk.edu.hk/admissions/programme/social-science#mssc-in-government-and-politics-greater-china


Important notice for non-local applicants: When preparing your official transcripts, please make sure that first, there’s a stamp of “Registration Section” on your official transcripts; second, there’s an official statement about the Grading Scheme; and third, your average Grade Point Average (GPA) during undergraduate study. Official transcripts should be sent directly to relevant Graduate Division in a sealed envelope from the issuing university. Applicants who obtained degrees from universities in Mainland China are required to provide an Online Verification Report (中國高等教育學歷認證報告) issued by the CHESICC (學信網).


If you exchanged abroad and your courses and grades are listed on your home institution's transcript, then you do not need to upload a separate study abroad transcript. If the coursework and grades for your study abroad program are not listed on your home institution's transcript, then you are required to provide a separate transcript from your study abroad program that shows the coursework and grades.


Click here for our Programme Poster 2019/20

 


 

「研究生的苦與美 」《在學術界謀生存》作者李連江教授講座

 

學術界是怎樣的江湖?在其中要如何生存?

 

李教授在講座中重點講述三個問題:
一)讀研究生是學術生涯的開始。
二)研究生的焦慮是學術生涯青春期成長的痛苦。
三)管理焦慮——「防禦向度」是克服自我迷信、名人迷信和方法迷信,「進取向度」是下真工夫。

 

李連江:「導師有真本領,是因為導師下過真工夫。學生要得導師真傳,必須下真工夫,讓導師在指導自己時不僅必須施展真本領,還有機會長功夫。」

 

講座詳情
日期:10月4日(星期四)
時間:晚上7:30至9:15
地點:中文大學康本學術園LT3 (近港鐵站D出口)
講者:《在學術界謀生存》作者李連江教授

 

講者介紹:
李連江,香港中文大學政治與行政系教授、「大中華地區政府與政治碩士課程」課程主任。1980年代在南開大學獲得哲學系學士與碩士學位,1996年於美國俄亥俄州立大學獲得政治學博士學位

 

Prof. Li 講座Poster V2 RGB

 


 

GPGC Orientation Day (Sep. 1 2018)

 

Prof. Carlos Lo, Prof. Qin Hui, Prof. Li Lianjiang, Prof. Michel Bonnin and Dr. Li Hak-yin attended the gathering and gave warm welcoming speeches. This year Luo Hanning, Wang Xichen and Zhu Xinrong were granted “Government and Politics (Greater China) Scholarship.” Please click here for the photos of that day.

 


 

GPGC welcomes new teaching staff

 

GPGC welcomes Prof. Qinhui to its staff for the 2018-19 academic year. Prof. Qin Hui is a full professor retired from the Department of History, Tsinghua University and one of the leading historian and public intellectuals in China. Prof. Qin started from writing on Ming and Qing agriculture, and since has expanded to contemporary issues ranging from politics to economics and philosophy. He has published numerous scholarly books, which include among others 《走出帝制:從晚清到民國的歷史回望》、《農民社會與農民文化研究》、《田園詩與狂想曲:關中模式與前近代社會的再認識》、《經濟轉軌與社會公正》、《農民中國:歷史反思與現實選擇》、《傳統十論:本土社會的制度、文化及其變革》、《十年滄桑:東歐諸國的經濟社會轉軌與思想變遷》(all published in Chinese).

 

Prof. Qin 1 s

 

Prof. Qin 2 s

 

 


 

Alumni Day & Career Talk 2018


GPGC Programme organized Alumni Day & Career Talk on April 15 at United College Si Yuan Amenities Centre. This year we invited 5 alumni from education/media, finance, insurance, human resources consulting and IT companies to give current students an in-depth consultation on career development. The Programme Manager was also proud to share with alumni that one graduate of 15/16 and two current students have recently received admission offers from Mphil/PhD programmes of prestigious universities such as The University of Tübingen, Germany and National University of Singapore. Congratulations! Prof. Li Lianjiang and Tsao King Kwun attended the gathering. Click here to see photos from the Sunday.

 


 

Updates of our teaching staff


Prof. Vivian Zhan, Associate Professor and Acting Programme Director of GPGC 2014/15 have been invited to give the following talks in the past few months. If any of the information is useful for you, feel free to use it.


• “礦產資源與中國地方治理和發展”, Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities and Social Sciences, Zhejiang University, China (2018-03) (http://www.iash.zju.edu.cn/prod_view.aspx?TypeId=10&Id=603&FId=t3:10:3)
• “以反腐促改革:中國反腐重點領域的變遷”, School of International and Public Affairs, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China (2018-03) (http://www.sipa.sjtu.edu.cn/info/1197/5720.htm)
• “模棱之道:中國政府間信息不對稱研究”, School of Political Science and Public Administration, East China University of Politics and Law, China (2018-03) (http://www.zzgg.ecupl.edu.cn/s/291/t/74/76/57/info30295.htm)
• “資源衝突應對的中國經驗 “, School of Public Affairs, Zhejiang University, China (2018-03) (http://www.lepp.zju.edu.cn/show.aspx?id=2454&cid=31)
• “China's Foreign Policy” & “China: A Global Power” in Faculty Training Workshop organized by United Board, Harvard-Yenching Institute & Christ University, Christ University, India (2018-01)
• “China's Resource Curse: Minerals, Local Governance and Development”, Division of Social Science, the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong (2017- 12) (http://www.shss.ust.hk/blog/events/chinas-resource-curse-minerals-local-governance-and-development/)
• “從改革視角看中國反腐重點領域的變遷”, School of Public Administration, Nanchang University , China (2017-11) (http://skc.ncu.edu.cn/show.asp?id=2733)
• “Political Research Methods and Contemporary Chinese Political Studies”, Institute of Advanced Studies of Humanities and Social Sciences, Chongqing University, China (2017 -10)
• “The Art of Political Ambiguity: Top-down Intergovernmental Information Asymmetry in China”, Institute of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences, Chongqing University, China (2017-09)

 


 

New Admission Deadline for 2018/19 intake


For administrative reasons, our admission deadline for 2018/19 has been updated to 30 April 2018 on both Admission Website & Online Application System of the Graduate School.

 


 

Guest Lecture: Mr. Busby GPGC5003


Mr. Busby, a political officer from US Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau joined Dr. Li Hak Yin’s GPGC5003 class on March 19 for a talk on US-HK relations and HK between China and the West. The talk is well received by the students.

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Attending seminar on Mainland-HK relations (Nov. 6)


More than 20 GPGC students attended a forum which was delivered by former chief executive Leung Chun-ying to discuss Mainland-Hong Kong relations at HKCEC on Nov. 6 2017. Please click here for some photos of that day.

 


 

Visiting Phoenix Television (October 21 2017)


Invited by Brightway Hong Kong, and led by the Programme Manager, GPGC students visit the Phoenix TV at Tai Po Industrial Estate. They were warmly received by the Public Relations Manager, who guided the group around the Global News Centre, exhibition corridors and studio. Through a dialogue with the Deputy Head of Phoenix Chinese Channel, students learnt how the Hong Kong-based Chinese television broadcaster built its fame among highly-educated intellectuals in Mainland China, as well as the challenges it faces. Click here for some photos of that day.

 


 

GPGC Orientation and Academic Consultation was conducted on Sep. 2 2017


Professor Li Lianjiang, the Acting Programme Director of GPGC attended the gathering together with Prof. Michel Bonnin, Prof. Tsao King Kwun, Prof. Chow Po-chung, Dr. Yeh Kuo-hao, and Dr. Liu Chun. This year Chen Xin, Chen Xinyu and Chen Yuting were granted “Government and Politics (Greater China) Scholarship.” Please click here for the photos of that day. 

 


 

Public Seminar


MSSc in GPGC is pleased to announce that we’ve invited Professor Wang Zhengxu from Fudan University to deliver a seminar at USC in June 7. All are welcome!

 

Seminar Prof. Wang ZX 2017

 


 

Alumni Day 2017


GPGC Alumni Day 2017 took place on Mar. 18 at SCR Clubhouse CUHK. We were so thrilled to welcome 12 alumni who are based in Hong Kong to come back and reconnect with old friends and current students. Click here to see photos from the weekend.

 


 

Dean’s List 2016-17


GPGC programme is very happy to announce that FIVE alumni are granted Dean’s List in the year of 2016-17. They are ZHOU Shunzi, LIU Mengqi, HAN Jiawei, SHI Shuai, and LI Teng. Congratulations!

 


 

Scholarships have been set up for excellent applicants and graduates!


The Programme Committee of GPGC has decided to set up two scholarships for students of the Programme with effect from 16/17 academic year. The first scholarship is named “Government and Politics (Greater China) Research Scholarship.” It is to honor the top 10 percent of enrolled students of the Programme who have achieved excellent academic records in their previous study and deploy high potential in the research on government and politics (Greater China). This year FOUR recipients were singled out by our Admission Committee based on their past academic performance. Each of them is granted a check of HK$10,000 and a certification.

Congratulations to Xinyao, Li Mi, Yuxuan and Yongshi! Please click here for photos.


Another scholarship is “Dean’s List Scholarship.” GPGC will grant each excellent graduate, whose name is on Dean’s List, a scholarship of HK$5,000.

 


 

Orientation Day (Sep. 1, 2016)


Same as previous years, GPGC organized an orientation programme for new postgraduate students this year on September 1st before semester starts. Please click here for the photos of that day.

 


 

GPGC Alumni Day 2016


GPGC Programme organized the first ever Alumni Day activity on April 16 2016. We were so thrilled to welcome over 20 Hong Kong-based alumni back to campus to reconnect with old friends, teachers and current students. The function also served as career development consultation for our current students. Click here to see photos of the weekend.