This year FYP Forum was successfully held on Apr 20, 2015. 27 students presented their project on diverse topics relating to consumption, identity construction, heritage and conservation, popular culture, biopolitics, work and discipline, life course, activism, and altruism.
Presenters of 2015 FYP Forum
Our students and teachers voted to select the best three presentations among the 27 interesting presentations. This year the first prize went to Cheung Shuk Ching Salina, who worked on the topic “Volunteer Work―Who Does It Really Help?” The second and third prizes were respectively awarded to Yuen Ka Sin Claudia for her project entitled “Rethinking “Helping Others”: Homelessness & Youth Activism” and Lam Ka Ki Kiki for her project “A comparative study of university museum, the Nicholson Museum of the University of Sydney and the Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong”.
Prof. Gordon Mathews and awardees of 2015 FYP Forum: (from left to right) Cheung Shuk Ching Salina, Lam Ka Ki Kiki and Yuen Ka Sin Claudia
To read more about the final year projects of this year forum’s awardees, please visit: http://arts.cuhk.edu.hk/~ant/tc/fyp.php.
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