Hong Kong University Theses Online
Theses and dissertations from Hong Kong University. The collection is primarily in English, with some in English and Chinese, and others in Chinese only.
The home ownership aspiration after the 1997 economic downturn in Hong Kong : a study on the middle class aspiration and response - Lee, Kwok-wai; 李國偉
In Hong Kong, the housing markets are played by the home purchasers, manipulated by the developers, conditioned by the financial institutions and regulated by the government. The prospective home purchasers regardless they are homeowners or non-homeowners, they would have their own set of principles, values and aspirations towards their home owning decision. The middle class is the major market players and surely has experienced a lifetime boom and bust in the housing market demarcated by the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis. The scenario after the crisis inversely changed. Confronting this drastic change, the middle class would no doubt...
中國近代大學敎育史 1896-1949 - Jin, Yilin; 金以林
Abstract of a thesis entitled The Histo!)' of University Education of Modem China (1896-1949) submitted by Jin ""[i-lin' for the Degree of Master of Philosophy at the University of Hong Kong in October 1997
Modem university education was founded in China in the late Qing Period when the reform movement (*itFJT~iIJ) was in progress. This thesis presents the
development of modem China university education in five chapters. The first chapter is a study of the origin of Beiyang daxuetong (~t#*~~), the first University in China. The second chapter traces the development of university education after the downfall of...
胡三省(1230-1302)史學硏究 - Light, Kai Man; 黎啓文
Abstract of a thesis entitled: "Historiography of Hu Sanxing (12301302)" submitted by LIGHT Kai Man for the degree of Master of Philosophy at the University of Hong Kong in DECEMBER 1998.
Hu Sanxing (1230-13 02), was born at the end of Song Dynasty (* WJ). He was versed in the study of Zizhi Tongjian (jf iliill! iEi) written by Sima Guang (El,~ 7'6).
He discovered that there were many errors in the foot notes of Zizhi Tong/ian written by scholars. In an attempt to point out these errors, he made suggestions to amend them with full explanations and...