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RGC-Fulbright Hong Kong Scholar Programme -
List of Fulbright Scholars (Hong Kong) for 2009 / 2010

RGC-Fulbright Hong Kong Senior Scholar Awards for 2009/2010

No. Name/ Institution Approved Length of Fellowship Affiliated Institution Research Title Award
1 Dr. CHENG, Cecilia
Associate Professor, Dept. of Psychology, The University of Hong Kong
6 months starting December 2009 C: University of California, Berkeley The Tao of Resilience Building: A Cultural-Mediational Approach to Resilience Intervention for Chinese Youngsters HK$210,000
2 Dr. TJON (CHEUNG), Leo Kam Tjeng (Kam Ching)
Professor, Department of Religion and Philosophy, Hong Kong Baptist University

6 months starting January 2010 C: University of California, Berkeley Philosophy of Wittgenstein, Logic and Ontology HK$210,000
TOTAL
HK$420,000


RGC-Fulbright Hong Kong Junior Scholar Awards for 2009/2010

No. Name/Institution Length of Fellowship Affiliation Research Title Award
1 Mr. CHAN Chuen Wing
PhD candidate in Biomedical Engineering (Medical Imaging), The University of Hong Kong
8 months starting September 30, 2009 P: University of Pittsburgh
In Vivo Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Neuroscience
HK$99,840
2 Mr. DONG Hao
PhD candidate in Law, The City University of Hong Kong
6 months starting November 10, 2009 P: Harvard University Roads to Public Domain in Digital Age: Experiences of Copyright Reform in China HK$74,880
3 Ms. HUANG Yedan
PhD candidate in Sociology,
The University of Hong Kong
10 months starting September 30, 2009 P: University of California (San Diego) Reformist Buddhism in a Transnational Context: A Case Study of Tzu Chi Foundation in the U.S. HK$124,800
4 Mr. LIN Ling
PhD candidate in International Trade and Investment Law WTO Law, The University of Hong Kong
10 months starting September 20, 2009 P: Columbia University An Evaluation of Investment Incentive Regimes in China: A Policy-Oriented Approach HK$124,800
5 Mr. LIU Junqiang
PhD candidate in Social Welfare, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
10 months starting September 22, 2009 P: University of California at Irvine Of Institution and Individual: the Macro and Micro Worlds of Health Care Reform in Urban China HK$124,800
6 Mr. LIU Wei
PhD. Candidate in Philosophy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
9 months starting September 3, 2009 P: University of California Berkeley Human Being, Rhetoric and Legislation: Aristotle's Solution to the Tension between Private and Common Good HK$112,320

7 Mr. TANG Ho Lam
PhD candidate in Biology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
10 months starting September 30, 2009 P: University of Chicago The novel role of cytoskeletons in the control of apoptosis HK$124,800
8 Ms. TONG Yixing
PhD candidate in Accounting, Corporate Governance, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
6 months starting January 11, 2010 P: University of Texas at Dallas Corporate Board, R&D Valuation, and the Cost of Capital HK$74,880
TOTAL
HK$861,120

* USD1,600 per month = HKD12,480 at the rate of USD1=HKD7.8