2015 No.1
Conference on Labour, Mobility and Development in the Pearl River Delta and Beyond, Universities Service Centre for China Studies

 

This conference will be held on 6–7 June, 2015. It is jointly organised by the Pearl River Delta Social Research Centre, Department of Sociology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), the Department of Sociology, Sun Yat-Sen University and the Universities Service Centre for China Studies (USC), CUHK.

The conference aims to provide a platform for Hong Kong, mainland and international scholars to discuss and share theories regarding the recent changes in the Pearl River Delta area and broader China, to exchange knowledge and interdisciplinary research on China studies, and to explore opportunities for academic collaboration between Hong Kong and mainland researchers and institutions.

For further details on the luncheon, please visit the USC website.

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