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Policy Research @ HKIAPS has identified five closely linked interdisciplinary research clusters to promote academic excellence and social contribution.

In the initial phase, we are focusing on research strengths within the Chinese University and on aligning them with the government’s policy priorities and regional development strategies, particularly with the Belt and Road Initiative and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area development plan. We will further identify global strategies that are relevant to Hong Kong.
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How a CUHK urban planner has helped revive a Hong Kong hawker market

What the government saw as an eyesore in the form of a run-down fabric market on the crowded Kowloon peninsula, others saw as an opportunity. Even the fabric merchants who make up the Pang Jai Fabric Market did not recognize its own value until encouraged to take a more expansive view of its importance by urban planners at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The ramshackle fabric bazaar took shape in 1978 on Yen Chow Street in the neighborhood of Sham Shui Po....   
 
 
 
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