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2009 Fall

Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
HE Hongjin 何虹瑾, Phd Candidate, University of Western Sydney
Prof. YEH Yueh-yu, Dept of Cinema and Television, HKBU
Transformation under "One Country, Two Syaterns": An Examination of Post-handover Hong Kong Cinema (1997-2009)
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Field Supervisor
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MA Hongli 馬紅莉, Master Candidate, East China Normal University
Prof. Lauren PFISTER, Dept of Religion and Philosophy, HKBU
The Linguistical Contribution of Chinese Union Bible to New Literature After the May 4th Movement
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
ZHANG Xiaoyin 張瀟尹, MA Candidate, Xiamen University
Prof. Richard Bernhart OWEN, Dept of Geography, HKBU
Using the Indicators for Measuring the Progresses and Outcomes of Coastal Management
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
ZHANG Yaozong 張耀宗, Phd Candidate, Tsinghua University
Prof. ZHANG Hongsheng, Dept of Chinese Language and Literature, HKBU
The Politics of Lyric: The Conflicts of East-West Lyric Poetics in Modern China


2009 Spring

Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
WU Xiaokun 吳小坤, Phd Candidate, Shanghai University
Prof. HUANG Yu, Dept of Journalism, HKBU
The Origination of the Freedom of Expression in Modern England and Modern China – A comparative perspective
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
XU Jiajun 徐佳君, Master Candidate, Tsinghua University
Prof. CHEN Feng, Dept of Government and International Studies, HKBU
Bring Democracy to Life in a Globalizing World
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
PENG Kan 彭侃, Master Candidate, Tsinghua University
Prof. YEH Yueh-yu, Dept of Cinema and Television, HKBU
Encounter Hollywood -- The connection and difference between Hong Kong cinema and American independent film
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
Daniella FJELLSTROM, PhD Candidate,The University of Leeds
Dr. Flora CHIANG, Dept of Management, HKBU
The Determinants of Knowledge Transfer in the Primary, Reverse, and Secondary Processes: The case of Swdish MNEs in Hong Kong and mainland China
Name of Recipient
Field Supervisor
Thesis Topic
DUAN Yuan Yuan 段園園, Master Candidate, Lanzhou University
Prof. Lauren PFISTER, Dept of Religion and Philosophy, HKBU
The diffusion of Nestorianism in the Western Regions and Dunhuang