Hong Kong Political Science Association Annual Meeting 2006


The Annual Meeting of the HKPSA (Hong Kong Political Science Association) has been
successfully organized on 20th May 2006

(from left to right) Prof. Fu (HKBU),
Prof. T. Carver (Bristol U, UK) and Prof. Holliday (CityU)



Welcoming Remarks
(from right to left) Prof. Balme(HKBU), Prof. Fu and Prof. Holliday



Dr. Cummings (HKU) is presenting on Teaching ‘Human Security’ Online



Prof. DeGolyer (HKBU) and Mr. Li Hak Yin (HKBU) are on the panel of ‘Public Opinion’





Dr. Linda Li (CityU, standing on the left)
shares her view on rural tax reform in China







The audience concentrates on the presentations on China.


Dr. Tuminez (CityU/USIP) gives her presentation about political Islam in East Asia.

Current HKPSA council members





Room DLB 802
David C Lam Building
Hong Kong Baptist University
Renfrew Road
Kowloon Tong

Saturday 20 May 2006


08:30 – 09:00



DLB 802, David C Lam Building



09:00 – 09:15

Welcoming Remarks


DLB 802, David C Lam Building
Professor Richard BALME, Head, Department of Government and International Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
Professor Frank FU, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hong Kong Baptist University
Professor Ian HOLLIDAY, Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong



09:15 – 10:30

Academic Panel I:


Alternative Perspectives in Teaching Political Science (LAM Waiman, HKU)
DLB 802, David C Lam Building



Lucy CUMMINGS (HKU): Teaching “Human Security” Online



Paul HARRIS (LU): Encouraging Students to Think



Betty YUNG (HKU/CUHK): Reflections on My First Year of Teaching Social Science Students in Hong Kong




Academic Panel II:


Public Opinion (Michael DEGOLYER, HKBU)
WLB 304, Wing Lung Bank Building



Michael DEGOLYER (HKBU): 40 Years After the Cultural Revolution: Public Opinion and Parties in Hong Kong



LI Hak Yin (HKBU): Myth and Reality: Structure, Electoral Campaigns and Voters of the DAB



10:30 – 10:45




10:45 – 12:00

Academic Panel III:


China (Linda Chelan LI, CityU)
DLB 802, David C Lam Building



Linda Chelan LI (CityU): Path Creation? Processes and Networks - How the Chinese Rural Tax Reform Got Started



Lue LI (Macau Polytechnic): Changing State-Society Relations: The Unfolding of the Shareholding Cooperative System in China



Martin PAINTER (CityU): Dual Decentralization in China and Vietnam: Hollowing the State by Design or Default?




Academic Panel IV: 


Political Islam in East Asia (Graeme LANG, CityU)
WLB 304, Wing Lung Bank Building 



Astrid Tuminez (CityU/USIP): Religion and Rebellion: Political Islam and the Building of the Bangsamoro Nation (Southern Philippines)



Vivienne WEE (CityU): Gender and Political Islam: Patriarchy as the Basis of Identity Politics in China, Indonesia and Malaysia



12:00 – 13:00

Annual General Meeting


DLB 802, David C Lam Building



Election to HKPSA Council



Annual report



Financial report



Best dissertation awards



Development of the Association



Other business