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Activities
Final Year Project Forum

The Final Year Project (FYP) Forum is a platform for undergraduate students to present their final year research projects on a topic of their choice. In the project, students would demonstrate their ability in applying concepts, theories and skills they have learnt in their years of anthropology study. The FYP Forum is scheduled in April every year. Each student will prepare a five-minute presentation and deliver it in front of the Department’s faculty members and students.

2020 FYP Forum Highlights

1st Prize Periphery of the Periphery: Liberal Chinese Students’ Struggle between Nationalism at Home and the Anti-Extradition Movement in Hong Kong Ma Yau Ka, Carol
2nd Prize In the Divides: Chinese migrant activisms in Hong Kong Deng Xiaoyi
3rd Prize A Cultural Biography of Museum Objects: An Ethnographic Study on the Collections of Hong Kong Maritime Museum exhibition East Meets West: Maritime Silk Routes in the 13th – 18th Centuries Szeto Huen Ting

2019 FYP Forum Highlights

1st Prize SPEAKING in the Language of Memes Wai Tin Yam
2nd Prize The Authenticity of Chinese-styled Pastries in Bakery: Case of Tai Tung Bakery, Hong Kong Lee Wing Yan
3rd Prize Bicycling in Hong Kong Lee Lok Yi

2018 FYP Forum Highlights

1st Prize Socializing Experiences of Asylum Seekers in Hong Kong Wong Nga Yung
2nd Prize Globalised Queer: Interracial Intimacy in the Korean Gay Community Tsoi Kwok Kwan
3rd Prize The Local as Processes: Making Cheung Chau Island Wong Yam Ling

2017 FYP Forum Highlights

1st Prize Negotiating Sexual Lives among University Students in Student Hostel: Space and Identity Mok Kar Yan
2nd Prize Hakkas Who Don’t Speak Hakka: A Study of the Decline of Hakka Language in Hong Kong Chan Wai Po
3rd Prize Gender Construction of Top Female Judo athletes in HonGender Construction of Top Female Judo athletes in Hong Kongg Kong Yiu Yee Ting

2016 FYP Forum Highlights

1st Prize Searching for a roof: Young people’s dreams and struggle for housing Cheung Yin Nung Ingrid
2nd Prize How does the death of pets reveal people’s perspectives on life? Yiu Wan Sze Celia
3rd Prize Beyond monogamy?: Love and sex on the landscape of immorality Lee Sheung Man Eugene

2015 FYP Forum Highlights

1st Prize Volunteer Work – Who Does It Really Help? Cheung Shuk Ching Salina
2nd Prize Rethinking “Helping Others”: Homelessness & Youth Activism Yuen Ka Sin Claudia
3rd Prize A comparative study of university museum,
the Nicholson Museum of the University of Sydney and
the Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Lam Ka Ki Kiki

2014 FYP Forum Highlights

1st Prize Rethinking Sanitation Workers in Hong Kong Leung Sen
2nd Prize Heroes of the Night: DJs and electronic dance music in Hong Kong  Young Mei Ling
3rd Prize Left-handers: The Hidden Minority Tong Dik Wai

 

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