Mr. Anthony H. F. Li 李浩暉 (Part-time)

Teaching Assistant (Part-time): Mr. Anthony H. F. Li obtained his Bachelor Degree of Social Sciences and M.Phil. in Government and Public Administration from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Anthony is interested in the issues of sustainable development, climate change, urban studies, comparative politics as well as histories of Hong Kong and China. Currently he is also Research Assistant for the Center for Civil Society and Governance of the University of Hong Kong and the French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC).

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Conference Paper Presentations

    • ‘The Transformation of the Lineages-based Marketing System in Colonial Hong Kong: the Case of Luen Wo Market Town, The New Territories’ at The 8th Annual Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (8-9, March, 2013)
    • ‘Nowhere to Remember the City by: Threats to the Sustainability of Social Memory in Hong Kong’s Urban Space’ at the 3rd International Academic Consortium for Sustainable Cities Symposium, Bangkok, Thailand (September 2012)
    • ‘Conserving Built Heritage for the People: Civil Society at work in an East Asian Metropolitan City’ at 69th Midwest Political Science Association National Conference, Chicago, IL, the United States (March 31-April 3, 2011)

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