Reading Hong Kong, Reading Ourselves
Janel CURRY , Paul HANSTEDT
City University of HK Press, Jul 8, 2014 - Social Science - 318 pages
This book, written by fourteen reflective scholars about living and learning from Hong Kong, builds on the growing interest of using “place” as text while providing a model of deepening cross-cultural encounters. Each chapter is written in a personal and experiential style, exploring Hong Kong through the lenses of a range of disciplines that shaped individual author's perceptions and encounters.
This book is published by City University of Hong Kong Press.
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