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A Diverse Faculty

The Master's programme of CBS offers a rich diversity of courses yielding a broad and sympathetic appreciation of the Chinese cultural and individual heritage. It is geared to provide students with a personal understanding about what it means to be Chinese in a multi-cultural world of increasing interdependencies and common destiny. The CBS programme will enskill students to better manage themselves and others amidst this intersecting diversity.

BOND Michael Harris

Visiting Chair Professor,
Department of Management and Marketing

BA, PhD

Research Interests:
Personality and Interpersonal Processes in Organizational Life; Organizational Culture; Cross-cultural Management


Doing successful business is winning the mind-and-heart of customers and the society they live in. Knowing their language and values, ways of living and thinking, aesthetic expressions, views of other peoples – is a must for the winner. The Chinese culture subjects the programme offers help students know better these elements of success.

CHU Hung-lam

Dean, Faculty of Humanities
Chair Professor of Chinese Culture
Chang Jiang Scholars Chair Professor of Ancient Chinese History

PhD

Research Interests:
History and thought of late imperial China, in particular, the intellectual, social and political aspects of the Ming dynasty (1368 - 1644), Neo-Confucianism and classic texts of statecraft from the 11th to 19th centuries


How business is done in a country is best understood by understanding both how it is practiced and the context within which it operates. The CBS programme brings the two together in a synergistic fashion: knowledge of China business practices and an understanding of the background environment in which businesses operate in China.

GORN Gerald

Associate Dean (Research and Postgraduate Studies),
Faculty of Business
Chair Professor of Marketing,
Department of Management and Marketing

MSc, PhD

Research Interests:
Consumer Inferences and Attitudes, Sensory Marketing, Social Marketing


In addition to Chinese culture and language, students will acquire systematic knowledge of doing business in China covering both operational and strategic issues. They also gain immersion experience and learn the country’s latest development in business practices.

LAI Mike

Associate Dean (Academic Support),
Faculty of Business
Professor,
Department of Logistics and Maritime Studies

BA, PhD

Research Interests:
Logistics and Shipping Management, Quality Management, Sustainability Issues


China business is ubiquitous. This one-year, inter-disciplinary programme is taught in Hong Kong, the super-connector of China and the rest of the world. For many years, it builds China experts who understand both the science and art of doing business in China (with Chinese).

LU Haitian

Associate Dean (External Relations and Development),
Faculty of Business
Professor,
School of Accounting and Finance

LL.B, LL.M, Ph. D

Research Interests:
Corporate Disclosure and Governance, Entrepreneurial Finance and Fintech, Law and Economics


The CBS programme offers a unique combination of expertise from a number of key fields of China studies—business, law, and culture. Students will develop their insights into the profound nature of doing business in China. They will get well prepared for the challenges and consciously seize the opportunities for success in China after their graduation.

XU Xin

Interim Head and Associate Professor,
Department of Management and Marketing

BEcon, MPhil, PhD

Research Interests:
Internet of Things and Machine Learning, Gamification in Education and Professional Training, Social Media and Mobile Data Analytics, Design Science and Computer-User Interaction, Strategic Management of Technology Innovation