China: a Socio-Political Transformation
2017-18 Sem A
2017-18 Sem B
2 - Study of Societies, Social and Business Organisations
CLASS
POL
3
English
English
PILO 1
PILO 2
PILO 3
PILO 4
PILO 5
PILO 6
PILO 10
ATTITUDE
ABILITY
B2, A2
Through teacher and peer initiated learning activities like video review, case studies, role play, lectures, class discussion, and assigned reading, students from different backgrounds and fields of study will identify the latest developments in China’s socio-political transformation, especially the major challenges and opportunities arising from China’s modernisation during the age of globalisation. Students will then use this knowledge to evaluate the implications of current socio-political developments in China from a cross-disciplinary perspective based on a comparative and cross-cultural approach. Through completing a self-initiated semester-long group project, students will finally apply their knowledge of China’s socio-political transformation gained in this course together with their own discipline-specific knowledge to discover potential career options in China and develop their individual career goal in the context of China’s current and future development.

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CRN Section Term Type Capacity Day Time Building Room Instructor
1329913299C012017-18 Sem ALecture49Thu12:00-14:50YEUNGB5-310
  • Dr. CHEUNG Kam Chuen Arthur
1420514205CA12017-18 Sem ALecture2Thu12:00-14:50YEUNGB5-310
  • Dr. CHEUNG Kam Chuen Arthur
1750717507C012017-18 Sem BLecture48Tue15:00-17:50LAU6-208
  • Prof. LI Che Lan Linda
Last Updated Time: 23-Jun-2018 15:15