The decline of Hong Kong democratisation

The National People’s Congress has just passed the “decision on improving the electoral system of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region” earlier this month. According to decision, there are few fundamental changes of current Hong Kong electoral system. For example, a candidate qualification review committee is established to determine the eligibility of candidate based onContinue reading “The decline of Hong Kong democratisation”

China’s maritime power in the 14th Five-Year Plan

The 2021 “lianghui” was concluded last week in Beijing. The final version of the 14th Five-Year Plan (FYP) has just came out. For those who are not familiar with Chinese politics, the FYP is an indicative official document that illustrates China’s national objectives in the next five years. This is the second FYP under XiContinue reading “China’s maritime power in the 14th Five-Year Plan”

4 tips to host online tutorials

 It’s new semester in Australia. Some of us may back on-campus, but there are still some people, like myself, who still need to teach online. When chatting with lecturers and tutors, I find that many of us find online tutorials difficult to host. However, we are now living in an online world. Virtual classroom willContinue reading “4 tips to host online tutorials”