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Fulbright - RGC Hong Kong Senior Research Scholar / Research Scholar Award Programmes -
List of Fulbright Scholars (Hong Kong) for 2018 / 2019

Fulbright - RGC Hong Kong Senior Research Scholar Award Programme (Senior Programme)

No. Name / University Approved Length of Fellowship Affiliated Institution Research Title Total Award
1 Dr Daisy Tam
Hong Kong Baptist University
6 months Massachusetts Institute of Technology Crowdsourcing Food Rescue – a new approach to Food Security and Urban Resilience HK$360,000
2 Dr Yeewan Koon
The University of Hong Kong
6 months The Bard Graduate Center Canton Passages: The Material Lives of Guangdong Trade Paintings HK$230,000

Fulbright - RGC Hong Kong Research Scholar Award Programme (Junior Programme)

No. Name / University Approved Length of Fellowship Affiliated Institution Research Title Total Award
1 Ms Shenglan CHEN
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
8 months Harvard University Mandarin ESL speakers in particular HK$99,840
2 Ms Sirui HAN
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
10 months Cornell University International Dynamics between Legal Environment and Corporation Behavior HK$124,800
3 Ms Huiying LIU
The University of Hong Kong
6 months Washington University Identify dynamic patterns of active life engagement in different contexts (i.e., time, location, social, affect) for older adults in the US and China, and to determine the relative importance of these patterns for health outcomes HK$74,880
4 Ms Xiao Yu ZHOU
City University of Hong Kong
6 months Ball State University Uncover the factors affecting one's habitual way of emotion regulation, investigate the relationships among culture, ideal affect, cultural values and emotion regulation and understanding the work behaviors, especially in the services-oriented industry where certain kinds of emotional expression are expected to fit the social norms. HK$74,880
5 Ms Qinfeng ZHU
City University of Hong Kong
10 months University of Michigan The psychological and behavioral mechanisms underlying the process wherein social media use contributes to political participation, and to explore theoretically and empirically the self-effect of social media, as well as its implications for democracy in the social media era HK$124,800