About Us
Research & Publications

Doctor CHEN Juan from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University will give a talk with the title of "Urbanization and Mental Health in China" on 6th March.


Professor Sara Zhong led a workshop on research method to Xinhua district governemnt in Shenzhen on January 7.

International Conference of "HALF CENTURY OF MIGRATION AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION IN SOUTH CHINA" was organized by our centre on May 17-19, 2013.

Activity Photos

Conference Program (Chinese only)

Pearl River Delta Social Research Centre
Hong Kong Office
Address :
Rm. 412, Department of Sociology,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Shatin, N.T. ,Hong Kong
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Shenzhen Office
Address :
CUHK Shenzhen Research Institute, No. 10, 2nd Yuexing Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, PRC.
Telephone :
coming soon
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Welcome to the website of the Pearl River Delta Social Research Centre (PRDSRC)!

The Greater Pearl River Delta (PRD) area is one of the most economically dynamic regions in China. The PRD Social Research Centre was established in 2012 by the Department of Sociology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). Drawing from the expertise and talents of its network of members and colleagues, the Center engages in a wide range of research and educational activities concerning social science research in the Greater PRD area.


Visions & Missions

  1. To push forward social science research in the PRD region by facilitating collaborative research projects in this area.
  2. To establish a platform for scholarly exchanges in social research in the PRD region through network building, organization of international conferences, and publication of research monographs.
  3. To build a data archive documenting major social research in the PRD region.
  4. To serve as a base for organizing professional training workshops on social research methodology relevant to the needs of staff of the government, NGOs, and academic institutions in the PRD region and other areas of China.
  5. To serve as a platform that bridges academic research and policy issues.