Dr Rami Chan
Rami is the Director of CALC and a Senior Lecturer in Social Science at HSUHK. Apart from being a researcher in crisis management, Rami is a certified tea artist (level 3) and tea appraiser (level 3) of China. He pursued his tea training and obtained his qualifications at the Academy of Chinese Certified Tea Master in Yunnan, the home of pu’er tea in China. He is also the founding Vice President of the Tea Education Association of Hong Kong, a non-profit society for promoting tea education and cultural exchanges among students and youngsters. Prior to being the Director of CALC, in his capacity as the coordinator of the Asian Cultural Week hosted by the Asian Studies Programme at HSUHK, he organized tea classes and workshops for local and non-local students.
Selected Journal Articles
- Chan, Jason K. H. and Chan, Rami H. Y. (2020). Learn to Disobey: Evolution of “Civil Disobedience” and the Transforming Sociopolitical Context of Hong Kong. Asian Politics and Policy, Article 12556.
- Liu, Yihong and Chan, Rami H. Y. (2018). The Framework of Crisis-Induced Agenda Setting in China. Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies, 5(1), 18-33.
- Chan, Rami H. Y. (2016). How Crisis Matters: The Crisis Provoking Politics and State-Society Interaction in Post-1997 Hong Kong. China: An International Journal, 14(4), 22-45.
- Chan, H. Y. (2013). Crisis Politics in Authoritarian Regimes: How Crises Catalyse Changes under the State-Society Interactive Framework. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 21(4), 200-210.
- 2020 Chinese National Certified Tea Appraiser (Level 3)
- 2017 Chinese National Certified Tea Artist (Level 3)
- 2016 Master of Business Administration (OUHK)
- 2014 Doctor of Philosophy (Lingnan)
- 2010 Master of Arts (HKUST)
- 2009 Bachelor of Social Sciences (First Class Honours) (CityU)
- Vice President, Tea Education Association of Hong Kong
- Consultant, Cantonese Debate Team, HSUHK
- Co-Tour Leader, Miyazaki Study Tour, January 2020
- Tour Leader National Taipei University Study Tour, July 2015