Joshua Mok

Professor Mok Ka-ho is the Vice-President and Lam Man Tsan Chair Professor of Comparative Policy of Lingnan University. He has published extensively in the field of comparative education policy.
Joshua Mok
Professor Mok Ka-ho is the Vice-President and Lam Man Tsan Chair Professor of Comparative Policy of Lingnan University. He has published extensively in the field of comparative education policy.

Latest from Joshua Mok

EdTalk | Hongkongers need to be told more about advantages of the Greater Bay Area

Hongkongers need to learn more about opportunities in the Greater Bay Area

26 Oct 2018 - 10:17AM

Hongkongers need to learn more about opportunities in the Greater Bay Area

Hongkongers need to be told more about advantages of the Greater Bay Area
China’s Greater Bay Area must match Hong Kong’s lifestyle and values to encourage investment and migration
EdTalk | Hong Kong could be Greater Bay Area’s education hub – with more SAR government help

HKSAR could easily become the GBA’s education hub, but it needs more official support in finding cross-border collaborations with hinterland cities and institutions

29 Oct 2018 - 7:23AM

HKSAR could easily become the GBA’s education hub, but it needs more official support in finding cross-border collaborations with hinterland cities and institutions

Hong Kong could be Greater Bay Area’s education hub – with more SAR government help
Hong Kong faces challenge in how to manage its ageing population
EdTalk | Hong Kong and Macau graduates of Chinese universities find limited job prospects

Hong Kong and Macau students have flocked to mainland Chinese universities, only to discover that their job prospects were limited by mainland bureaucracy and a lack of recognition for their qualifications in their home cities

23 Apr 2018 - 3:21PM

Hong Kong and Macau students have flocked to mainland Chinese universities, only to discover that their job prospects were limited by mainland bureaucracy and a lack of recognition for their qualifications in their home cities

Hong Kong and Macau graduates of Chinese universities find limited job prospects
The ‘entrepreneurial state’: Hong Kong could gain more through regional collaborations
Ranking race in China is costly