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3 Jul 2020

Study: Hong Kongers Value Environment But Lack Smart Tech To Track Energy-Saving

Prof. Masaru YARIME, Associate Professor of Division of Public Policy (PPOL), Prof. Erik BAARK, Emeritus Professor of Division of Social Science, Prof. NG Tze-Ling, former Assistant Professor of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Dr. Constantine SPANDAGOS, PhD alumna have conducted a study and found that smart technology tools could facilitate energy-saving in HK households.

30 Jun 2020

Early Responders Fight Pandemic

The new smart anti-microbial coating developed by the research team led by Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE) and Prof. YEUNG King Lun, Professor of Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR) was featured in articles on the potential market of disinfectant products.

23 Jun 2020

China and the US Must Find Ways to Coexist

Prof. Christine LOH,Chief Development Strategist of Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR) shared her thoughts on why she thinks China and US should find ways to coexist instead of decoupling.

Rather than decouple, China and the US must find ways to coexist

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19 Jun 2020

Same Criteria Needed in Evaluating Responses to Pandemic

Prof. Naubahar SHARIF, Associate Professor of Division of Public Policy (PPOL) stated the importance of using symmetrical criteria while analyzing or evaluating different places’ responses to COVID-19 crisis.

16 Jun 2020

China's Street Vendors Rush To Sell Despite Mixed Messages

Prof. Albert PARK, Affiliated Faculty of Dual Degree Program in Technology and Management (T&M-DDP) said he is skeptical that promoting a street vendor economy will substantially boost consumption as hawkers may draw away businesses from regular shops.

11 Jun 2020

It’s Time to Plan for a Messy U.S.-China Divorce

Prof. Christine LOH,Chief Development Strategist of Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR) shared her thoughts that the U.S.-China divorce will likely involve deep and wide collateral damage, affecting US corporate interests in China.