Post-doctoral Fellow

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Tel: +853 8822 8818
Office: Room 4052, Humanities and Social Sciences Building (E21B)
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  • PhD in Politics and International Relations, University of Auckland, New Zealand
  • MA in Public Finance and Public Policy, Renmin University of China, PRC
  • Geater Bay Area
  • Mainland China-Hong Kong Relationship
  • Chinese Public Administration
    • Chan, F. (2021). Fragmented Politics in Hong Kong – Analyzing the Pro-democracy Cohesion in the Legislative Council before 2019. East Asia.
    • Gong Z., Chan F., & Wu Y. (2021). Borrowing Hong Kong's International Standards: A Steppingstone for the Chinese "Belt and Road" Going Out?. Sustainability, 13(6), pp3485. (SSCI)
    • Sun, B., & Chan, F. (2021). “We are Not your Enemies!” – Analyzing the Situation of Mainland Chinese Students (Lusheng) in Taiwan. Higher Education Policy, 34, pp370-392. (SSCI)
    • Chan, F. (2020). Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area: Enhancing Collaborative Governance of the CEPA Implementation and Regional Integration. China: An International Journal, 18(1), pp171-191. (SSCI)
    • Chan, F., & Sun, B. (2019). Digital Representation in an Electoral Campaign Influenced by Mainland China: The 2017 Hong Kong Chief Executive Election. Issues & Studies, 55(2), pp1950005.
    • Chan, F., & Sun, B. (2018). The Centralisation of the Chinese Communist Party’s Campaign against Corruption and its Implications. China Report, 54(4), pp403-420.

Fung Chan obtained his PhD in Politics and International Relations from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. His current research interests focus on the Mainland China-Hong Kong Relationship and the development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong- Macau Greater Bay Area.