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Seminar on Lantau Tomorrow, Northern Metropolis and the HKPSG

Updated: Jul 27, 2023

The Urban Studies Programme of The Chinese University of Hong Kong is organising a series of three seminars on 'Decoding the Hong Kong Planning Standards and Guidelines (HKPSG)' from May to July 2023.


As part of the Seminar Series, the seminar on ‘Lantau Tomorrow, Northern Metropolis and the HKPSG’ has been rescheduled to be held at 2-5 pm on 22 July 2023 (Saturday).


Revisit the presentations (Link below)!


HKPSG Seminar Series

Details are as follows:


Date: 22 July 2023 (Saturday)

Time: 2:00-5:00 pm

Speakers:

  • Professor Yizhao Yang from the University of Oregon will be speaking on the topic ‘From UN Habitat's guiding principles to pragmatic strategies – A case study of Chengdu's integrated urban-rural co-development’.

  • Professor Mike Douglass from the University of Hawai’i will be speaking on the topic ‘Changing dynamics of planning for Hong Kong's future with reference to the Northern Metropolis Development Strategy’.

  • Researcher Zuzanna Sliwinska from Delft University of Technology will be speaking on the topic ‘Liquid cultures: Continuity and change in Hong Kong's (future) fringe villages’.

  • Professor Mee Kam Ng from The Chinese University of Hong Kong will be speaking on the topic ‘Lantau Tomorrow, Northern Metropolis and the HKPSG’.

Form: The seminar will be held online via Zoom. A Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants in due course. Please ensure the email address provided in the registration form is valid.

Language: The seminar will be conducted in English. Please indicate on the registration form if you would need English-Chinese translation.

You are welcome to disseminate the poster to your colleagues and friends.

Please click the link below to fill in the registration form if you are interested to join the seminar:


Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Prof. Ng (3943-6645 / meekng@cuhk.edu.hk) or Research Assistant Ms. Katherine Li (katherineli@cuhk.edu.hk).



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