Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Final Year Project Forum

Final year students presenting their research.
On 13 April 2012, our final year undergraduate students presented their research at the Final Year Project Forum. The research projects cover a wide range of topic, including urban poor, business and trade, gender and family, physical challenges, as well as archaeology and heritage.

Congratulations to the first prize winner Emily Chan Ho Yee!
The first prize went to an archeaological study "More Than Meets the Eye: Slotted Rings and Social Complexity of Bronze Age Hong Kong" by Chan Ho Yee.

The second prize winner is
Tsui Sze Kwan, who presented "Struggle for Survival: An Ethnographic Study on Elderly Ragpickers in Hong Kong."

Final year students and student helpers
Alan van Beek, the third prize winner, did interesting research about the ethnic identity in an expatriate group in Hong Kong.

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