Gender Studies Programme - 其他活動

 

7 Sept 2020

Zoom Link for Classes of BSSc  in Gender Studies 

For the start of Term 1 2020-21, CUHK will be using Zoom as a platform for online teaching. If you are a CUHK student and interested in auditing the first two classes of the term for consideration of adding or dropping the courses, please refer to this pdf file for the links to the Zoom classes. (CUHK students only)

 

 

28 May 2020

BSSc in Gender Studies GDRS4010 Thesis Mini Conference

 

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Our 2 Year 2 students are going to give a presentation on their research topics:

The Paradox of Female Visibility on Screen: a Case Study of Captain Marvel by CHU Kit Ying Judy

Christian Dating Pattern in Hong Kong by CHAN Chi Ho Samuel

Moderator: Prof SONG Jing, Assistant Professor, Gender Studies Programme

Register Online: http://bit.ly/miniconf2020 (Conducted on Zoom with link available on 27 May)

Time: May 28, 2020 01:30 PM Hong Kong SAR

https://cuhk.zoom.us/j/91186172819
Meeting ID: 911 8617 2819

 

 7 May 2020

Prof. Yiu-tung Suen Invited by World Bank to Speak for a Joint IDAHOTB Commemoration

孫耀東教授受世界銀行邀請在“國際不再恐同日”紀念活動上發言 

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Prof. Yiu-tung Suen, Assistant Professor of the Gender Studies Programme, and Founding Director of the Sexualities Research Programme has been invited to join a group of distinguished speakers to speak for the World Bank (WBG), the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

香港中文大學(中大)性別研究課程助理教授、中大性小眾研究計劃創辦總監孫耀東受邀與一眾傑出的發言人為世界銀行、亞洲開發銀行、歐洲復興開發銀行和美洲開發銀行舉辦的活動發言。

Prof. Suen will speak on the topic of 'Bridging the LGBTI Inclusion Data Gap' and why better data collection on LGBTI populations is essential to inclusive development. 

孫教授本次發言的主題為彌補LGBTI群體共融的數據差距“Bridging the LGBTI Inclusion Data Gap”),解釋為何開展更好的LGBTI人群數據統計對共融發展至關重要

The World Bank (WBG), the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will collaborate on a virtual program of events from May 18 to 22, 2020 that will focus on research and data for “breaking the silence,” which is this year’s theme for the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOTB) 2020 commemoration.

世銀、亞開行、歐銀、美開行將於2020518日至22日期間合作舉辦一系列線上活動,聚焦關於打破沈默(breaking the silence主題的研究與數據,這一主題,也是今年國際不再恐同日(International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia, and BiphobiaIDAHOTB紀念活動的主題。

The events throughout this week will highlight the important role the MDBs are called to play in closing the SOGI data gap and will discuss ongoing and potential innovative approaches to data generation and evidence-based policymaking in their client countries. By virtually bringing together key SOGI research experts, policymakers, development professionals, and LGBTI civil society organizations, the joint IDAHOTB commemoration will draw attention to the discrimination, exclusion, and violence LGBTI people face globally and provide a platform to highlight successful examples of SOGI-inclusive data generation.

當周活動將重點強調多邊開發銀行在彌補性取向與性別身分數據不足上的重要性,也將探討如何在這些銀行服務的國家內使用既有的或可行的創新方法來產生數據,並按實證推動政策。借助網絡性取向與性別身分專家、政策制定者、發展專家和LGBTI公民社會組織成員將齊聚一堂,以本次國際不再恐同日聯合紀念活動呼籲人們關注全球範圍內LGBTI人群所面臨的歧視、排擠和暴力問題,並提供平台,重點展示在性取向與性別身分共融的數據生成上的成功先例。

 

 

For More Details:

World Bank -> Events

 

 

 18 December 2019

Students and Staff Participating in the 5th Congress of AAWS 2019

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The 5th Congress of the Asian Association of Womens Studies 2019 (AAWS) was held recently in Seoul, Korea, on December 6-8, 2019. Professor ZHONG Sara Hua and Professor SONG Jing were invited. Our PhD students Lulu Li and Siyuan Zhou along with our MPhil students Yiming Wang and Xinle Zhong were also invited to present their research findings. 

2019年12月6日至8日,亞洲婦女研究協會第五屆會議成功於韓國首爾的梨花女子大學舉行。本課程主任鐘華教授、助理教授宋婧老師協同PhD學生李露露、周思媛以及MPhil 學生王亦鳴、鐘馨樂受邀前往。

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The AAWS is a forum for discussion and co-operation on new ideas in feminist education and research with a focus on Asia and to promote the dissemination of information on relevant community programs. The AAWS seeks to establish an institutional basis for feminist education and research on Asia, linking associations of womens studies, research institutions, resource centers, as well as individual scholars and practitioners in the region, with the intent of addressing issues of common interest in Asia. The Congress is held once in three years and this years theme is facing new challenges for feminisms in Asia: reiterations, renewals, and revisions. 

 

亞洲婦女研究協會(AAWS, 全稱: Asian Association of Women's Studies)是一個以亞洲為研究重點,討論女性主義教育並研究新思想的協會。AAWS力求為亞洲女性主義教育和研究奠定制度基礎,並將亞洲地區的婦女研究協會、研究機構、資源中心以及學者們聚集到一起,從而為他們提供更多的專業發展機會。AAWS會議每三年舉辦一次,本屆會議圍繞“Facing New Challenges for Feminisms in Asia: Reiterations, Renewals, and Revision”這一主題開展討論。

 

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Professor SONG Jing was not only the moderator for two sub-forums, she also gave a speech on A New Rice Bowl: Women's Entrepreneurship in Coastal China. And professor ZHONG Sara Hua also gave a wonderful speech to the participants on the topic of Procedural Justice and Gender Equality: Mechanisms and Practices against Sexual Harassment in Higher Education Institutions of Hong Kong. 

在此次會議上,宋婧老師不僅受邀以分論壇的主持者出席,並就”A New Rice Bowl: Women's Entrepreneurship in Coastal China"這一主題進行了演講。鐘華教授也受邀以“Procedural Justice and Gender Equality: Mechanisms and Practices against Sexual Harassment in Higher Education Institutions of Hong Kong”為題向與會者帶來了精彩的學術演講。

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In addition, our PhD students Lulu Li, Siyuan Zhou and our MPhil students Yiming Wang, Xinle Zhong were invited to present their respective research topics. 

此外,香港中文大學性別研究課程受邀的PhD學生李露露、周思媛以及MPhil學生王亦鳴、鐘馨樂也分別就她們各自的論文研究課題發表了演講。

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Lulu Li (PhD) "Where has the Time Gone?: Female Entrepreneurship and Time Poverty in China”

圖為PhD學生李露露以“Where has the Time Gone?: Female Entrepreneurship and Time Poverty in China”為題發表演講

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Siyuan Zhou (PhD) "Mainland Female Graduates Being Insurance Agents in Hong Kong: Flexible Citizenship in Cross-border Mobility”

圖為PhD學生周思媛以“Mainland Female Graduates Being Insurance Agents in Hong Kong: Flexible Citizenship in Cross-border Mobility”為題發表演講

 

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Xinle Zhong (MPhil) "Queering the Legitimacy of Motherhood: Reproductive Travel and the Building of Lesbian Families in China"

圖為MPhill學生鐘馨樂以“Queering the Legitimacy of Motherhood: Reproductive Travel and the Building of Lesbian Families in China”為題發表演講

Yiming Wang (MPhil) "The Suppression and Creation of Female Tanbi Community in Network Reporting"

MPhill學生王亦鳴以“The Suppression and Creation of Female Tanbi Community in Network Reporting”為題發表演講

 

31 October 2019

Research Findings concerning Children's Perception of Gender Nonconformity Published in Flagship Journal 

A recent study, conducted by Gender Development Laboratory, The Chinses University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in collaboration with the University of Hong Kong (HKU) and the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM), has explored children’s perceptions of the gender nonconformity and how to reduce their bias.

The study, led by CUHK, shows that a simple prevention could help to change children’s prejudice against their peers who contradict the gender norms. The research findings have been published by Child Development, the Flagship journal of Society for Research in Child Development

Prof. WONG Wang, Assistant Professor of Gender Studies Programme and Department of Psychology (by Courtesy) and the director of Gender Development Laboratory, stated that “The research findings show that the gender nonconformity has formed in the early stages and increases when children are getting older, which is true at least in the age range covered by this research. However, a successful intervention would lead to a more tolerant and inclusive generation. ”

 

香港中文大學(中大)性別發展實驗室的研究人員聯同香港大學及加拿大多倫多大學密西加分校最近進行了一項研究,探討兒童對非常規性別行為的看法,以及如何減少有關偏見。這項由中大領導的研究結果顯示一個簡單的介入已足以改變兒童對不跟從性別規範朋輩的偏見。有關研究結果已於兒童發展研究學會(Society for Research in Child Development) 的旗艦期刊 Child Development 發表。

中大性別研究課程及心理學系(禮任)助理教授、性別發展實驗室主管黃泓教授表示:「研究結果顯示,對非常規性別行為的偏見於早期已形成,並隨着年齡而增加,至少於研究所涵蓋的年齡範圍。然而,透過成功的介入可塑造更寬容的新一代。」

 

For More Details:

SRCD press release

CUHK press release

 

 

 

4 July 2019

Successful Application of General Research Fund (GRF) 2019

Congratulations to Prof. Song Jing and Prof. Ivy Wong of Gender Studies Programme on successful applications of General Research Fund (GRF) 2019  funded by Hong Kong Research Grants Council.

Prof. Song Jing's research project: Urbanization, Gender and Property Structures: Top-down and Bottom-up Urbanization in Rural China

Prof. Ivy Wong's research project: TOYS ARE US? CROSS-LAGGED STUDY ON GENDER-TYPED PLAY AND ABILITIES.

We are glad to see that every professorial staff of Gender Studies Programme has on-going project supported by General Research Fund. The programme will continue to strive for excellent and cutting edge research in gender and sexuality issues.


24 Jun 2019
Public Seminar: Healing the Land, Empowering ourselves: Pathways of Indigenous Women's Post-disaster Recovery after Typhoon Morakot

Date: 24 June 2019 (Mon)
Time:  14:30 - 15:30
Venue: Lecture Theatre 8, Yasumoto International Academic Park, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Speaker: Prof LIN Chin-ju, Graduate Institute of Gender Studies, Kaohsiung Medical University

Abstract: This research documents Indigenous Women’s Journey of Returning to the Homeland in Southern Taiwan after Typhoon Morakot. Literature shows that women are more vulnerable than men in disasters. However, they also demonstrate great strength in the recovery and rebuild processes. How did
indigenous women recover from the trauma caused by natural disasters? How did they gain strength to rebuild their homeland? Are there any tensions between indigenous men and women during the reconstruction period? How did they reconstruct their homeland given the interplay of gender and ethnicity in their daily lives? This action research is participatory observation in nature. I will work closely with the indigenous women, adopting community surveys as well as healing workshops to enhance the depth of the research. Finally, this research aims to provide a model for social workers, who wish to work with indigenous women.

(Free admission, Walk-in also Welcome)

Registration: https://cloud.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/webform/view.php?id=7618177

KMU talk

 

24 Jun 2019
Book launch: Gender and Employment in Rural China 


Author: Prof. SONG Jing, Assistant Professor, Gender Studies Programme, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
 
Date: 24 June 2019 (Mon)
Time: 16:00 - 17:00
Venue: CUHK University Bookstore (Room 101, 1/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park, The Chinese University of Hong Kong) 
Discussants:
Prof RUAN Danching, Department of Sociology, HKBU
Prof LUI Ching-wu, Lake, Department of Applied Social Sciences, PolyU

Free Admission

Registration: https://cloud.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/webform/view.php?id=7618584

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Publication: Older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans People: Minding the Knowledge Gaps

 Prof. Suen Yiu Tung of Gender Studies Programme has co-edited the book Older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans People: Minding the Knowledge Gaps, published by Routledge.

This book reports on a project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, which aimed to address gaps in knowledge about older LGBT people and their experiences of ageing. Hardback and eBook copy are available, for more information, please click here.

中大性別研究課程的孫耀東教授與其他學者共同編輯了Older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans People: Minding the Knowledge Gaps一書。本書由Routledge出版社出版,匯報了Economic and Social Research Council資助的計劃,旨在補足有關年長LGBT人群和他們變老經驗的知識缺口。硬裝本及電子版已經發行,有關詳情請點擊此處查閱。

 

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June 2019

New Publication: Same-Sex Marriage in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan: Ideologies, Spaces and Developments

The article "Same-sex Marriage in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan: Ideologies, Spaces and Developments" written by Dr. CHO Man Kit, Joseph, Lecturer of Gender Studies Programme, CUHK and Dr. KAM Yip Lo, Lucetta, Associate Professor of HKBU (and also an alumni of our PhD in Gender Studies of CUHK)  will be published in the book Contemporary Issues in International Political EconomyThe physcial copy of the book will be available in July 2019. For preview or Ebook version, please visit: https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9789811364617

 

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20 May 2019

Childhood Gender Diversity  in the Community and Across Cultures

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Date: 20 May 2019 (Mon)

Time: 12:30-14:30 

Venue: Room 505, Esther Lee Building, CUHK (ELB_505)

Speaker: Dr. Doug VanderLaan (Assistant Professor, University of Toronto Mississauga)

 Register at: https://bit.ly/2LsS4sc 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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17 April 2019
Theses Mini Conference 2019 (BSSc in Gender Studies)

Date: 17 April 2019 (Wed)

Time: 12:30-14:15 pm (refreshement are provided)

Venue: Room 109, Chen Kou Bun Building, CUHK

Commentator: Prof. Ivy Wong, Assistant Professor, Gender Studies Programme

Moderator: Dr. CHO Man Kit, Lecturer, Gender Studies Programme

Presentation:

1. Step-families in Hong Kong: A New Form of Kinship and Children Development
(Presented in Cantonese by Mak Wai Hong, Benny)

2. Body Politics: The Association between Experience of Disability and Construction of Masculinity
and Femininity
(Presented in English by Wan Sheung Yin, Jacky)

3. 香港女性在婚姻市場上的受歡迎程度及年齡的關係
(Presented in Cantonese by Ng Wai Ying, Joanna)

4. 不同香港社會行動者(Social Agents)對同性婚姻的看法如何改變?
(Presented in Cantonese by So Tze Man, Vickie)

Registrationhttp://bit.ly/GDRSThesis2019

* Thesis AbstractPlease click here to download

 

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Congratulate Lai Weiwen (alumni of Mphil in Gender Studies) for winning a scholarship at Department of Sociology CUHK in 2018: Lee Wong Lai Lin Scholarship for Sociological Studies of Family and Gender Issues.

 

恭喜性別研究課程(社會學專業)的博士候選人羅牧原同學得到騰訊社會研究中心頒發的「95後研究騰雲獎」。該獎項得獎者由中國社科院青少年研究室和騰訊社會研究中心共同發起的P95研究平台選出。

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5 Oct 2018

HE HE SHE SHE OUT@U; LGBTQ Short Film Sharing Campus Tour 

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Date: 5 Oct 2018 (Fri)
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Venue: Yasumoto International Academic Park (YIA) Lecture Theatre 4, CUHK

Guest Sharing: Joanne Leung (Transgender Resource Centre Founder)

Moderator: Chung Lau (HEvolution Founder)

5 Short Films to be Screened:
Hurt 傷
Bicultural 複數人生
Sweet and Sour 甜與酸
Golden 同金生
A Straight Journey: Days and Nights in their Kingdom 從黑夜到白天

 Registration:

 https://bit.ly/2MZnylb


8 & 9 June 2018

Pedagogy Workshop

Teach for Change: Innovating Gender and Women's Studies

Organized by Gender Studies Programme, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Center for Gender and Women’s Studies, National Cheng Kung University

  

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Introduction:

Since the 1960s, Gender and Women’s Studies as a cluster of courses or a well-defined programme has been gradually offered in colleges and universities. Its developments are encouraging while worrying. On the one hand, Gender and Women’s Studies have been more or less institutionalized as a unique field of studies with its own students and faculty. On the other hand, its role in social activism has become unclear and its passion for social transformation is sometimes lost in the daily routine of academics that are always juggling to keep themselves alive.

Against this backdrop, the workshop aims to take stock of how far Gender and Women’s Studies has been doing in terms of curricular design, breaking down disciplinary boundaries, and pedagogical innovations in Australia, Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. In addition, it will also reflect upon the fundamental questions of why and how Gender and Women’s Studies matters to social change, and in what ways it can be made culturally sensitive and emotionally resonant with students at undergraduate as well as postgraduate levels.

Topics to be explored:

  • The impact of institutionalization of Gender and Women’s Studies
  • Pedagogical innovations and curricular developments: eLearning such as blended course, flipped classroom and student-centre approach
  • Ways of addressing the needs of students with diverse disciplinary backgrounds

 

Time:

9:30am - 6:00pm (8 June) &

9:30am - 1:00pm (9 June)

Venue:

Room 405 (8 June) and Room 401 (9 June), Esther Lee

Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Language: Mandarin and English

Online Free Registration:

http://bit.ly/genderpedagogyworkshop_cuhk

Rundown:

Please click here to download 

 

7 June 2018

International Workshop on Gender & Development in China

Organized by Gender Studies Programme, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

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Topics:

*Domestic Work

*Migration

*Fertility

*Work & Family

*Modernity

*Labor Force

*Sexuality & Intimacy

Venue: Rm 422, Sino Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Time: 9:00am - 6:00pm

Participants:

Prof. Wu, Xiaogang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Prof. Song, Jing and Prof. Tseng, Hsun Hui, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Prof. Ji, Yingchun, Shanghai University

Prof. Qian, Yue and Li, Jiaxing, University of British Columbia

Prof. James Farrer, Sophia University

Registration: http://bit.ly/genderdevelopmentChina_cuhk

 

China Women's Film Festival @ CUHK

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5th March (Monday); 7pm - 9pm; Cheng Yu Tung Building, Lecture Theatre 7 (CYT LT7), CUHK

 

Screenings:

 

  1. Ambiguous

Director: Liu Ziyang China | 2017 | 19’ | Documentary

Chinese with English Subtitles

 

Synopsis:
Based on a true story, Ambiguous tells the story of a female student who has been molested by a professor. This film reveals an ambiguous “truth" and reflects the imbalance of public opinion about the current education system and media credibility.

 

  1. A Balloon for Allah 

Director: Nefise Özkal Lorentzen Norway | 2014 | 58’ | Documentary

English with Chinese Subtitles

Premiere in Hong Kong

 

Synopsis:
When Norwegian-Turkish filmmaker Nefise was a child, she used to send balloon letters to Allah. Now she has decided to send a new balloon to challenge the role of women in the Muslim culture. Following her grandmother's “Sufi” path, she embarks on a quest to discover the essence of Islam. As she strolls through the maze of doors, it dawns on her that maybe Islam is not the only source of the problem – that there may be a link between the three Abrahamic religions and the oppression of women.

 

8th March (Thursday); 7pm - 9pm; Cheng Yu Tung Building, Lecture Theatre 8 (CYT LT8), CUHK

 

Screening:

 

Self Defense

 

Director: Susana Lira Brazil | 2017 | 78’ | Documentary

Portuguese with Chinese and English Subtitles

Premiere in Hong Kong

 

Award: Best Feature Film, Mujeres en Foco Film Festival (2017)

 

Synopsis:
Self-Defense tells the stories of three women, who were subjected to constant physical and psychological abuse by their partners. In a rarity, they defy the statistics by killing the men they once loved to survive. These women have to face justice, society and their own judgment.

 

#Free Entry; No registration needed

 


 

20th Anniversary Alumni Gala Lunch of Gender Studies Programme

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It is with great pride and honor that we announce the 20th Anniversary of CUHK Gender Studies Programme. This is a wonderful milestone. From 1997 to 2017, there have been countless stories of success from across all of the programs including full-time and part-time MA, MPhil, PhD and our recently established undergraduate programme.  

To celebrate this special occasion, we are proud to announce the 20th Anniversary Alumni Gala Lunch which will be held on March 3, 2018 (Sat). Our founding members and longtime supporters of Gender Studies Programme Prof. Fanny Cheung, Pro-vice Chancellor of CUHK and Dr. Angela Wong, previous Graduate Division Head of Gender Studies Programme will also be attending the gathering.

This is a valuable opportunity for all of us to meet with classmates, alumni and professors over a delicious lunch and to take photos throughout the afternoon.

 Registration: http://bit.ly/20thAnnivLunch

 

 

Event Details

Date:

 March 3, 2018 (Sat)

Venue :

Chung Chi Staff Club, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Time:

12:30pm – 12:45pm (Registration)
12:45pm – 2:15pm (Lunch)

Target:


Alumni/Staff/Students of Gender Studies Programme

Fee :

HK$238 per person (for GRS alumni/staff)
HK$268 per person (for non-GRS related guests)

Special Souvenir:

If you have successfully invited another alumnus to the gathering and were named as the inviter in the online application, you will receive a special souvenir for this event.

Parking:

If you would like to park at CUHK on the day of the lunch gathering, please indicate your intention and your vehicle registration plate in the application form. 

Payment:

Please complete payment by 23 Feb 2018 (Fri).

 

Method 1: Cheque

Please complete the application form, and send us a crossed cheque made payable to "The Chinese University of Hong Kong" with your name, year of graduation and number and type of seats written at the back of the cheque. Please post it to :

 

Gender Studies Programme
Room 250, Sino Buildilng,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Shatin, N.T.,
Hong Kong

Attention to: CUHK Gender Studies Programme 20th Anniversary Gala Lunch

 

Method 2: ATM or Bank Transfer

Please transfer the payment to the below account, and upload a clear scanned copy or photo of the receipt via the application form:

Bank Name:         Hang Seng Bank Limited

Bank Address:     83 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong

Account Name:    The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Account No:         293-005005-001

Bank Code:          024

Swift code:           HASE HKHH

You can also send the photo of your ATM or bank transfer receipt by email to Email住址會使用灌水程式保護機制。你需要啟動Javascript才能觀看它 by 23 Feb 2018 (Fri) with your name, year of graduation and number and type of seats written in the email.

Dress Code:

Casual

Enquiries:

Ms. Sandy Chan
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telephone: (852) 3943 1026 

 


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Time For Sex, Time To Talk (澤日講性)

The Gender Studies Programme is co-organizing with AIDS Concern an interactive and educational talk "Time For Sex, Time To Talk" (澤日講性) presented by actor Mr. Chapman To (杜汶澤先生) as one of the first events of World AIDS Day 2017. Professor Ho, Petula Sik Ying (何式凝教授) of HKU and Dr. Cho Man Kit (曹文傑博士) of CUHK will also serve as guest speakers. 

Date: 30 Nov 2017 (Thu)

Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm

Venue: Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1), Esther Lee Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Language: Cantonese

For Registration: https://goo.gl/wJS32n

 

 

 

 

 

Gender Recognition Forum

In response to the government’s consultation paper on gender recognition this June, GRC and Gender Studies Programme will be

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 co-organising a Gender Recognition Forum on 16 Sept. Dr. Joseph CHO Man Kit, lecturer of Gender Studies 

Programme, will be the moderator. All are welcome.

 

回應政府有關性別承認的諮詢文件,香港中文大學性別研究課程和性別研究中心將於2017年9月16日合辦「性別承認法例論壇」。中大性別研究課程講師曹文傑博士(小曹)將會作為主持。

講者:


張達明(香港大學法律學院首席講師暨性別承認跨部門工作小組成員)
楊嘉瑋(平權法案工作室成員)
梁詠恩(跨性別資原中心主席)

日期Date: 16 Sept 2017 (Sat) 2017年9月16日(星期六)
時間Time: 10:30am-12:30pm 上午10時30分至下午12時30分
地點Venue: LT2 Sino Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong 中文大學信和樓2號演講廳
語言Language: Cantonese 廣東話

The event is free and open to public. No prior registration is required. For details, please refer to the attached poster.

本活動歡迎公眾,並不收費。無需預早註冊。有關活動詳情,請查閱海報。

  


  

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