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The Reeducation of Hong Kong: Identity, Politics and Education in Postcolonial Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s post-1997 administration characterizes the city as “Asia’s World City, and a Major City in China,” but this formulation underplays or ignores what it is that gives Hong Kong its
Education as a political tool in Asia
Foreword Michael Apple. Introduction Marie Lall 1. Education, Identity and the Politics of Modern State Formation in Asia - A Comparative and Historical Perspective Edward Vickers 2. The
Schooling, politics and the construction of identity in Hong Kong: the 2012 ‘Moral and National Education’ crisis in historical context
Since Hong Kong's retrocession, the government has endeavoured to strengthen local citizens' identification with the People's Republic of China – a project that acquired new impetus with the 2010
Critiquing coloniality, ‘epistemic violence’ and western hegemony in comparative education – the dangers of ahistoricism and positionality
ABSTRACT Claims regarding Western neo-colonial domination over scholarship in Comparative and International Education (CIE) have recently commanded much attention – for example in a 2017 special
Language and the History of Colonial Education: The case of Hong Kong
Judith Brown, in her Epilogue to Volume IV of The Oxford History of the British Empire (OHBE), states that of the legacies of the British Empire, the ‘most significant of all is the legacy of the
Museums and nationalism in contemporary China
This article examines the representation of Chinese identity in museums in the People's Republic of China, comparing this briefly with the portrayal of local and national identities in Hong Kong and