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  1. Confucius says WA is part of Chinese network

    Posted Sep 24th 2005, 12:00am by Geoffrey Maslen

    ... Institute opened in Seoul in South Korea in November last year. Named after the Chinese sage, once condemned by the Communist Party, the institutes are similar to France's Alliance Francaise, ... of a 100-strong global network of centres promoting Chinese language and culture. It has been established within the university's Institute for International Development. Under a three-year ...

  2. School hatched new breed of legal eagles

    Posted Dec 09th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... recall the law school's makeshift origins on the eighth floor of the Chinese Merchandise Building and the old Central police station, and the tumult and communist agitation both before ... Allcock, who later became solicitor general and Ronnie Wong SC, HKU's first Chinese law lecturer. Although legal education has changed drastically since the 1960s and students now have ...

  3. mail bag

    Posted Mar 10th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... 2). He believes that educators should obey their political paymasters and is 'disposed' to favour a merger with Chinese University (merely because the 'big boss' says so). ... or viewpoint that challenged the authority of the GDR communist party was permissible. With Hong Kong school principals already more terrified of upsetting the mandarins of the Education and Manpower ...

  4. The List

    Posted Jan 17th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... campus, HKU. Today, 3pm-5pm and Tuesday, midday-6pm. Tel 3962 1262. The Communist propaganda of workers, peasants and soldiers: the Yan'an era (1936-1945). HKUST division of humanities thesis ... Tel 9129 0631; e-mail: ucsingcon09@gmail.com Dao revealed through brush and ink: Chinese paintings, calligraphy and seal engraving by Wan Qingli, Daniel Lau Chak-kwong and Kook Wai-bong. ...

  5. Tough test for activists seeking office

    Posted Sep 09th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... elections could propel the country towards greater democratisation. 'If the Chinese people can manage a village I believe, in several years' time, they can manage a township. That would ... candidates like Mr Zou and Mr Jiang. Most are 'recommended' by local Communist Party leaders or are government officials. As election day loomed, pressure mounted on Mr Zou and Mr Jiang. ...



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