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


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


LI Ping
The Master of Science in China Business Studies programme is an interdisciplinary curriculum that will help students to gain in-depth knowledge in Chinese language, culture, and society. This knowledge will be essential to students who wish to pursue future careers in these areas and related studies, and will prepare our students to become global citizens with a unique vision of business practice in China. The programme especially fits the context of today’s global economy in our global village.

LI Ping

Dean,
Faculty of Humanities
Chair Professor of Neurolinguistics and Bilingual Studies

PhD (Leiden)

Research and Teaching Interests:
Bilingualism and cross-linguistic studies, Brain basis of language learning, Cyber-enabled technology and cognitive computing


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

Director,
Chinese Mainland Affairs Office
Professor,
School of Accounting and Finance

LL.B, LL.M, Ph. D

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


WEI John
Happy attitude, happy life: Think positively not only about your academic journey but also about your life.

Helping people, happy mind: Always be willing to help others.

Never give up too early: Innovative research is not only fun but also highly rewarded (publications). So be patient.

WEI John

Associate Dean (Research and Postgraduate Studies),
Faculty of Business
Chair Professor,
School of Accounting and Finance

BEng, MBA, PhD

Research and Teaching Interests:
Finance & Financial Services


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

Associate Dean (External Relations and Development),
Faculty of Business
Associate Professor,
Department of Management and Marketing

BEcon, MPhil, PhD

Research and Teaching Interests:
Smart Technology: 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