The Shun Hing College A-Salon Fall Series-“Understanding Hong Kong Politics” aims to invite a variety of speakers to offer their insights on Hong Kong politics, social movement and hot issues, as well as to encourage vibrant discussions among residents and the HKU community.
The following are the details of the coming session of A Salon Fall Series:
Topic: Understanding Occupy Central And The Relationship Between Central And Hong Kong
Speaker: Professor Fu Hualing 傅華伶 (Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong)
Date: November 6, 2014 (Thursday)
Time: 19:00 to 21:00 (Reception: 19:00-19:30)
Venue: Lounge, Room A402, Shun Hing College, Jockey Club Student Village III
Please register online as places are limited:
This event is open to all Jockey Club Student Village III residents and the HKU community.
*Light refreshments will be provided
About the speaker:
Professor Fu Hualing 傅華伶
Professor, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong
LLB (Southwestern, China, 1983)
MA (Toronto, 1988); Doctor of Jurisprudence (Osgoode Hall, 1993)
Head, department of law, 2008-2011
Professor Fu Hualing, Director of the Centre for Comparative and Public Law, specializes in criminal justice studies, human rights and constitutional law in China. Dr. Fu has published widely in both local and international journals. Media Law in the People’s Republic of China (with Richard Cullen, 1996), Hong Kong’s Constitutional Debate: Conflict over Interpretation (edited with Johannes Chan and Y Ghai, 2000) (《居港權引發的憲法爭論》), National Security and Fundamental Freedoms: Hong Kong’s Article 23 Under Scrutiny (edited with Carole Petersen and Simon Young, 2005).He is also the China Law editor for Hong Kong Law Journal. His current research includes the constitutional status of Hong Kong and its legal relations with mainland China, dispute resolution and the role of the courts and criminal justice reform in China.
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