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Biden administration on China Policy
Prof. Albert PARK from Division of Public Policy commented on the Biden administration’s China policy in an interview, saying Biden will not change the tough stance on China, but he will focus on the U.S. domestic epidemic in the short term.
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Asia’s climate optimism
In an article co-written by Division of Environment and Sustainability Chief Development Strategist/ Adjunct Prof. Christine LOH, she discussed about collaborations in Asia to combat climate issues.
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Why Are We Muddling Through Vaccination?
In a column article on different countries’ mass vaccination programs against COVID-19, Prof. Donald LOW, Senior Lecturer from Division of Public Policy said there is precious little space for ethics when conversations focus on cost-benefit analysis.
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China-US tech rivalry: National Labs to Boost Investment
In an article on Beijing’s plan to realign hundreds of major state laboratories with the country's technology priorities, Division of Public Policy Assoc. Prof. Naubahar SHARIF said state labs were the main vehicles that the Chinese authorities employ to direct resources towards advancing basic research capacity and capabilities. Meanwhile, HKU, CUHK, HKUST and PolyU were mentioned to have state laboratories on campus.
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The Importance of Privacy Protection in Hong Kong
An article written by Co-Director of Dual Degree Program in Technology & Management Prof. HUI Kai-Lung on doxxing, in which he stressed the importance of strengthening the public's awareness of privacy protection.

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Critical Role of Hong Kong for Asia's Green Transition
Division of Environment and Sustainability Adjunct Prof. Christine LOH wrote an article on how Hong Kong’s financial sector has a critical role in helping to raise funds for the Asian region’s green transition.
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Smog and Air Collusion Likely to Remain in Hong Kong
Prof. Alexis LAU from the Division of Environment and Sustainability said in an article on the recently worsened air pollution in Hong Kong, that the air quality was especially bad due to the weak winds, making pollutants difficult to disperse.

MPP Press Conference on Graduates Employment Statistics
Head of Division of Policy (PPOL) Prof. WU Xun introduced the Master in Public Policy (MPP) program in a media conference yesterday as over 80% of its first batch of graduates received 1 or more job offers despite the downturn in economy. Second year student Justin NG, an undergraduate from New York University who returned to Hong Kong for MPP, said this technology and environmental policy -focused program has given him lots of opportunities amid the innovation and tech development at Greater Bay Area. He already got two job offers before his graduation next June. Fresh graduate PENG Guoxian, now working in Tencent as a Product Manager, talked about how the 2-year program has helped him stand out in job interviews with tech giants. Meanwhile, PPOL is launching a new part-time MPP program next year.
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Which PAP does Singapore need?
A book review on PAP v. PAP, a book co-written by Division of Public Policy (PPOL) Prof. Donald LOW.
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Achieving Carbon Neutrality in Hong Kong
Chief Development Strategist Prof. Christine LOH from Division of Environment and Sustainability (ENVR) wrote an article on how carbon neutrality could be embedded into the new initiatives mentioned in CE’s latest policy address.