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RGC-Fulbright Hong Kong Scholar Programme -
List of Fulbright Scholars (Hong Kong) for 2010 / 2011

RGC-Fulbright Hong Kong Senior Scholar Awards for 2010/2011

No. Name/ Institution Length of Fellowship Affiliated Institution Research Title Award
1 Dr. HO Sui Chu
Associate Professor, Department of Educational Administration and Policy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
6 months starting January 2011 Cardinal Stritch University A comparative study of the influence of family, school and community factors on adolescent transition in the United States and Hong Kong HK$210,000
2 Dr. Li Hon Lam
Professor, Department of Philosophy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

10 months starting September 2010 Harvard University Practical Ethics: The Philosophy of Punishment and the Death Penalty - a Non-Consequentialist Approach HK$395,000
TOTAL
HK$605,000


RGC-Fulbright Hong Kong Junior Scholar Awards for 2010/2011

No. Name/Institution Length of Fellowship Affiliated Institution Research Title Award
1 Ms. SONG Yunya, PhD Student, City University of Hong Kong
8 months starting September 1, 2010 University of California, Berkeley Between “Being” and “Doing”: Oscillating Perspectives and Shifting Practices of American China Correspondents from 1972 to 2000 HK$99,840
2 Mr. Heinz Christoph STEINHARDT
PhD Student
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
6 months and 11 days starting September 20, 2010 University of California, Irvine Speaking about the Unspeakable: Protest Discourse in the Chinese Party-State HK$74,880
3 Ms. ZHENG Jing, PhD Student, The Chinese University of Hong Kong 6 months starting September 1, 2010 University of California, Berkeley Manufacturing “Fujian Tulou”: Criticism of the Tourism Industry and World Culture Heritage Management HK$74,880
4 Ms. ZHOU Yan, PhD Student, The Chinese University of Hong Kong 10 months starting September 1, 2010 Yale University Making Social Movement from Below: A Case Study of Anti-Dam Protests in Contemporary China HK$124,800
5 Ms. QIAN Kun, PhD Student, Hong Kong Polytechnic University 10 months starting September 1, 2010 Washington University at St. Louis (September 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010)
Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory (January 1, 2011 to June 30, 2011)
Implementing a typical incentive scheme (TIS) for promoting the Building Energy Efficiency (BEE) market in China: A transaction cost perspective HK$124,800
6 Ms. WONG Yuen Ha, PhD Student, The University of Hong Kong 6 months starting September 1, 2010 University of Virginia A Secondary Data Analysis Comparing the Cultural Differences between two Randomised Controlled Trials to Improve the Depression of Women Abused by Intimate Partner Violence HK$74,880

7 Mr. Yasas Shri Nalaka JAYARATNE, PhD Student, The University of Hong Kong 9 months starting July 1, 2010 Harvard Medical School Three-Dimensional Assessment of Facial Soft and Hard Tissue Response to Orthognathic Surgery HK$112,320
TOTAL
HK$686,400

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