TDLEG Undergraduate Research

Teaching Development and Language Enhancement Grant (TDLEG) Undergraduate Research

Strongly committed to developing and strengthening research and inquiry-based learning in undergraduate programs, the University has allocated funding under the Teaching Development and Language Enhancement Grant (TDLEG) to support undergraduate research projects.

Under the programme, each successful applicant under the Faculty of Architecture will conduct a research study, locally or overseas, of not less than 6 weeks under the supervision of an academic staff member. The research study can be either a new project or the extension of an existing research-related component of a credit-bearing course.

List of Awardees and Research Project Titles

Year Awardee Programme Project Title
CHEUNG Wing See, Kyo BA(ArchStud) Biomaterial of the Future–Mycelium as a Building Material
TAM Wing Huen, Raven
PAK Hei Nam
HON Ming Rou
ZHU Yalan
MA Ho Ching
BA(ArchStud) Modernologio Dictionary of Hong Kong Fishing Villages
WONG Tsz Yan, Victoria BA(Conservation) A Case Study of the Chinese Funeral Figures for Assessing Hong Kong’s Chinese Funeral Offerings as an Intangible Cultural Heritage
WU Yee, Yuki


BA(Conservation) A Preliminary Study for Cultural Mapping of the Ceramics Industry in Hong Kong (with reference to the example of Yingge, Taiwan)
AU Hon Man, Howard
CHAN Ming  Chun
WAN King Kit
BA(ArchStud) Mapping the Transnational Forces behind Boeung Kak Development
Lee Hae Jin BA(ArchStud) Reinhabiting the Slope: Podium Tower and Novel Structural System in Wan Chai
LI Yueshan BA(Conservation) How Do Urbanists Do Community Development? – Two case studies of Shanghai
LIU Tin Wai, Elzaphan BA(Conservation) “Sacred Among the Secular”: Looking into the Relationship of Hong Kong’s Common Built Environment and Christian Heritage through the Lens of Sham Shui Po Hepzibah Evangelistic Centre
Luk Ying Xian, Cassandra BA(Conservation) Utilitarian Heritage: The Panopticon of Narratives Behind Industrial Heritage Conversation in Singapore
TAM Kan Tat, Alex BA(Conservation) The feasibility and effectiveness of public participation in identifying and grading heritages in Hong Kong: a study of Sham Shui Po Fresh Water Break Pressure Tank
WONG Hon Ting, Bryan BA(LS) City Image in Dressing, Role-playing and Mimicking
YAM Ming Ho, Caspar BA(Conservation) Out of Context: Clustering of Relocated Historic Buildings as An Acceptable Conservation Approach


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