RESEARCH

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), unveiled by Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013, aims to promote regional connectivity, economic cooperation, cultural exchange, and mutual learning among countries in the Belt and Road regions. In response to this unprecedented and encompassing arrangement, our research will mainly focus on tracking the implementation of the BRI in general and on Hong Kong’s roles and contributions in serving the BRI in particular. Because of its free and open economy, with well-developed financial institutions and highly trained professionals, Hong Kong’s role in promoting trade, investment, and financial integration in the Belt and Road regions will be vital. In addition, Hong Kong is admired worldwide as a metropolis that blends the cultures of East and West; thus, its role in fostering cultural exchange and people-to-people bonds will also be a key area for in-depth research.


Experts
  • Prof. Fanny M. Cheung
  • Prof. Stephen W. K. Chiu
  • Prof. Kalok Chan
  • Prof. Chun-hung Cheng
  • Prof. Waiman Cheung
  • Prof. Chi-yue Chiu
  • Prof. Susanne Y. P. Choi
  • Prof. Terence T. L. Chong
  • Prof. David Faure
  • Prof. Eric Fong
  • Prof. Anthony Y. H. Fung
  • Prof. Michael K. Y. Fung
  • Prof. Esther S. C. Ho
  • Prof. Ying-yi Hong
  • Prof. Pan-chiu Lai
  • Prof. Kin-che Lam
  • Dr Cheung-kwok Law
  • Prof. Ho-fung Leung
  • Prof. Yee Leung
  • Prof. Yuen-sang Leung
  • Dr Hak-yin Li
  • Prof. Mee-kam Ng
  • Prof. Dongshu Ou
  • Prof. Jack L. Qiu
  • Prof. Liugang Sheng
  • Prof. Anthony M. C. So
  • Prof. Michael Z. Song
  • Prof. Yun-wing Sung
  • Prof. Sze-wing Tang
  • Prof. Kelvin Tsoi
  • Prof. Lutz-Christian Wolff
  • Prof. Kam-fai Wong
  • Prof. Seanon Wong
  • Prof. Suk-ying Wong
  • Prof. Chao Xi
  • Prof. Yuan Xu
  • Dr Andrew C. L. Yuen
  • Ms Po-san Wan
  • Dr Victor Zheng