IRP300.1 The Challenges and Opportunities of Southeast Asia: China, Malaysia and Singapore (Fall)

Required for SU Hong Kong Center students. This signature seminar will give students a chance to experience first-hand remarkable changes that are re-shaping societies and giving the Southeast Asia region a key place in world affairs. It starts from Hong Kong to Beijing of China, Kuala Lumpur and Malacca of Malaysia, and Singapore for two weeks of intensive onsite learning, then continuous learning during the Hong Kong semester with a day trip to Guangzhou in southern China, lectures on family and gender, environmental issues and governance as well as culture and heritage. Together with other courses of humanities, business or political science students will take during the Hong Kong semester, students will gain a complete and comprehensive understanding of the region. May also be registered as HST 400.1.

Department: International Relations

Location: Hong Kong

Semester: Fall

Credits: 3