Critical Pedagogy in Hong Kong: Classroom Stories of Struggle and Hope

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  • Huili Han Central South University, China
  • Luo Zhang Central South University, China

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https://doi.org/10.32674/jis.v11i1.3258

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Huili Han, Central South University, China

HUILI HAN, PhD., is an associate professor at Central South University in P. R. China and a visiting scholar at The George Washington University in the U.S. She is on the review board for the Human Science and Technology Award in China and is a peer reviewer of the Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education in the U.S. She presided over a project for the Ministry of Education and participated in a number of provincial and national level research projects. Her book was published by a national, first-level publishing house in China, and she has also translated three books. Her major research interests lie in the area of national governance, online education research, higher education research, and multiculturalism.

Luo Zhang, Central South University, China

LUO ZHANG is a graduate student at Central South University in P. R. China. She is pursuing a Master of Law degree. Her major research interests lie in national governance, college students' career planning, and multiculturalism

References

Soto, C. (2019). Critical pedagogy in Hong Kong: Classroom stories of struggle and hope. Routledge.

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Published

2021-02-23

How to Cite

Han, H., & Zhang, L. (2021). Critical Pedagogy in Hong Kong: Classroom Stories of Struggle and Hope. Journal of International Students, 11(1), 274–277. https://doi.org/10.32674/jis.v11i1.3258

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