Our 40th Anniversary Event Series is launched in celebration of the establishment of the Centre of Urban Studies and Urban Planning (CUSUP) in 1980 and its subsequent development to become the Department of Urban Planning and Design (DUPAD) at the University of Hong Kong.
An Alumni Sharing Session will be held virtually via Zoom on 9 November 2021 (Tuesday), 12:30-14:00 (GMT+8).
Please be ready 5 minutes prior to the scheduled time.
*Pre-registration required, zoom link will be provided upon successful registration.
(Deadline: 8 November 2021 (Monday) 12:00 noon)
Host & Moderator
Prof. Bo-sin TANG
Professor, Department of Urban Planning and Design, The University of Hong Kong
Director, Centre of Urban Studies and Urban Planning, The University of Hong Kong
The Northern Metropolis Development Strategy is the first strategic action agenda devised by the HKSAR Government with a spatial concept and strategic mindset going beyond the administrative boundary between Hong Kong and Shenzhen. It contemplates new action directions and approaches for the long-term development prospects of Hong Kong. Thus, it is a ground-breaking and visionary plan bearing particular significance. It would be worth to appreciate the overarching concepts behind the Development Strategy and how the concepts can trigger a paradigm shift from the conventional mindset of the current government operation.
About the Speaker
Professor Ling graduated from HKU’s Master of Science in Urban Planning in 1983, and has been involved in the teaching of the Strategic Planning and Community Planning Studios in DUPAD. He was the Director of Planning of the HKSAR Government (2012-2016) and the President of Hong Kong Institute of Planners (2007-2009). He is currently serving the HKSAR Government as the Strategic Planning Advisor for Hong Kong/Shenzhen Cooperation.
He has been appointed by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University as Professor of Practice (Planning) and the Director of Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation. He is also the Adjunct Professor of The University of Hong Kong and The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and the Associate Fellow of the University College of Estate Management, UK.
He also serves the community as the Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong Housing Society, Director of the Cyberport Management Ltd., Chairman of its Entrepreneurship Committee and Chairman of the Country and Marine Parks Board.
— ALL INTERESTED ARE WELCOME –
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THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG