August Edition: Asia Pacific Researchers Network
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
EDITOR’S NOTE |
Many of our Network members are watching the news from Hong Kong carefully with both long-term academic and personal interests. I would like to invite you to write us and recommend relevant scholarship that could help to understand the current situation. For example: Cai, Yongshun (2017) The Occupy Movement in Hong Kong: Sustaining Decentralized Protest, Routledge; Lee, Francis (2018) "Internet alternative media, movement experience, and radicalism: the case of post-Umbrella Movement Hong Kong," Social Movement Studies, 17(2), pp. 219-233; Shen, Yang (2019) "In the Name of the Law: Legal Frames and the Ending of the Occupy Movement in Hong Kong," Law and Social Inquiry, 44(2), pp. 468-490.
To end this note with a jollier message, colleagues from Singapore have produced a series of publications/reports on philanthropy in the country, both in the early years and recent years. Check out all the details in this Newsletter.
Wish you all a productive beginning of the new semester!
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