Current RGS Students (2017 Fall)
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Mr. LI Xuehui, PhD candidate, Fudan University
Dr. Dong Dong, David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies, HKBU
Raising a Child with Autism: Parents’ Disability Ideology and Family Care Strategy

2017 Sping

Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Mr. Daan KAMPS, PhD candidate, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Dr. Dong Dong, David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies, HKBU
On Chinese Wind/Rheumatism Oils: From Hong Kong to Suriname
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Ms. YAN Fang 鄢芳, Master Student, Xiangya Nursing School of Central South University
Dr. Dong Dong, David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies, HKBU
Depression, Intimate Partner Violence and Quality of Life among the Wives of Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) in Mainland China

2016 Fall

Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Ms. CHEN Dan Dan 陳丹丹, Master Student, Lanzhou University
Dr. Mak, Kam Wah, David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies, HKBU
抗戰期間中國基督徒青年的民族意識

2016 Spring

Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Mr. Hang FU, 付航, PhD Candidate, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Prof. Kara Chan, Dept of Communication Studies, HKBU
Content analysis of health-related posters in Hong Kong, 1950s-80s
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Ms. Bin CHEN 陳彬, Ph.D. candidate, Renmin University of China
Prof. Kara Chan, Dept of Communication Studies, HKBU
The Impacts of Environmental Regulation on Industrial Activities: Evidence from a Quasi-natural Experiment in Chinese Prefectures

2015 Spring

Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Ms. CHEN, Jie 陳潔, Master Student, Lanzhou Unviersity
Prof. Kara Chan, Dept of Communication Studies, HKBU
Perception of a green university: An exploratory study among students
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Ms. WANG, Anqi 王安琪, Master Student, Lanzhou University
Prof. Ping Cheung Lo, Dept of Religion and Philosophy, HKBU
戴震孟學的學理依據 - 兼論《天主實義》與《孟子字義疏證》

2014 Spring

Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Mr. JIANG Rui 蔣睿, Master Candidate , Lanzhou Unviersity
Dr. Dong Dong, David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies, HKBU
Shifting gender boundaries: The making and marking of male OB/GYNs in the Chinese mass media
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Ms. Meihua LIU 劉美華, PhD candidate, Beijing Foreign Studies University
Prof. Lauren Pfister , Dept of Religion and Philosophy, HKBU
A preliminary research on William Milne: From The Sacred Edict to The Two Friends
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Ms. Leonie SCHMIDT, PhD candidate, University of Amsterdamy
Prof. Emilie Yueh-yu Yeh, Academy of Film, HKBU
Representing the nation: Women’s health and negotiations of modernity

2013 Fall

Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
LI Wen Wen 李穏穏, Master Candidate, Lanzhou University
Dr. George K. M. Mak, LEWI, HKBU
Encounter, Adjustment and Interaction: On the Dissemination of American Christian and Missionary Alliance in Gannan Tibetan Areas


2013 Spring

Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
GAO Hongyang 高弘楊, Master Candidate, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Prof. Kam Keung Lee, Dept of History, HKBU
Robert Morrison's Publishing Activities in China
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
SHI Zhi Qiang 史志強, Master Candidate, Peking University
Dr. Ka-chai Tam, Dept of History, HKBU
Text, Historical Memory and Legal History in Qing Dynasty: A case in Macheng and the Return of Martin Guerre

2012 Fall

Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
LI Ding 李丁, Master Candidate, Tsinghua University
Prof. Cindy Yik-yi Chu, Dept of History HKBU
A Research on Kung-chuan Hsiao's work "A History of Chinese Political Thought"
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
HAN Xing 韓星, Master Candidate, Lanzhou University
Prof. Kara Chan, Dept of Communication Studies, HKBU
Environmental Awareness and Behavioral Intentions of Hotel Guests in Hong Kong


2012 Spring

Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
TAN Jie 談潔, PhD Candidate, Shanghai University
Prof. Emilie Yueh-yu Yeh, Academy of Film, HKBU
A Study on Indigenous Scholarship on Hong Kong cinema