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(Last Updated: Nov 26, 2020 14:23)

Hak Yin Li

Department of International Relations

Associate Professor

hakyinli@tiu.ac.jp


Education

  1. 2012 Ph.D. - Politics and International Relations, University of Nottingham
  2. 2007 M.Phil. - Government and International Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
  3. 2003 B.A. - Government and International Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University

Teaching and Research Interests:

World Order Issues, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, Chinese Foreign Policy, Hong Kong’s International Status, Chinese Politics

Academic Appointments/Professional Experience

2019 -

Associate Professor, Tokyo International University

2018-2019

Visiting Research Fellow, East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore

2016-2018

Director and Council Member, Hong Kong Political Science Association

2015-2018

Lecturer, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

2013-2014

Lecturer, HKU SPACE Community College

2011-2013

Teaching Associate, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Fellowship & Grants

2018-2019

East Asian Institute Visiting Research Fellow

Selected Publications/Conference Papers

“Hong Kong’s role as a mediator between China and the West: Changes under C. Y. Leung’s Administration” in Joseph Y. S. Cheng (editor), Evaluation of the C.Y. Leung Administration (City University of Hong Kong Press, 2020).

“Leadership in Hong Kong: The fragile “One Country Two Systems” and the China factor” in Lim Tai Wei and Carol Ma (editors), Leadership: Political-economic, Regional Business and Socio-Community Contexts (World Scientific, 2020).

“The evolution of Chinese public diplomacy and the rise of think tanks” (with Seanon Wong), Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, vol.14, iss.1 (2018): 36-46.

“Re-interpreting China’s non-intervention policy towards Myanmar: Leverage, interests and intervention” (with Yongnian Zheng), Journal of Contemporary China, vol.18, no.61 (2009): 617-637.

Institute for International Strategy

https://www.tiu.ac.jp/iis/members/li.html