I experienced an innovative, open form of learning that opened my eyes to the abundant possibilities for my future study. Hong Kong is a unique place in which the civil law system and the common law have come together in perfect synchronicity.
Liu Jiazheng, student at Hunan University Law School (visiting HKU Faculty of Law in 2019)
HKU Law School “Common Law Summer Course”
China University of Political Science and Law –
HK & Macau Law Students Winter Camp
(Sponsored by PRC Ministry of Education)
Dec 21-27, 2017
Dec 28, 2020-Jan 1, 2021 (online)
Dec 26, 2021-Jan 1, 2022
“Asia Pacific Youth Camp” (National Chengchi University)
The Asia Pacific Youth Camp is a competitive course hosted by the National Chengchi University every summer. Selected students from Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Macau participated in the camp to deepen their understanding of the legal development in each other's home legal systems as well as Taiwan's legal system. Students visited legal institutions in Taiwan and discussed local legal issues in innovative workshops. The camp promoted networking among young legal professionals and scholars within the Asia Pacific region.
Hong Kong – Mainland Youth Legal Exchange Week
(Guangxi University for Nationalities)
Aug 2-7, 2016
The progamme was hosted by the Guangxi University for Nationalities in 2016. The tour provided a platform for students to discuss issues relating to Hong Kong's unique legal system and the "One Country Two Systems" principle. Students also visited the Nanning People's intermediate court, public institutions, museums. and historical landscapes
The Shenzhen-Hunan Cultural Tour
(organised by Center for Basic of Laws of Hong Kong and Macau Special Administrative Regions of Shenzhen University)
Mar 5-11, 2017
The Shenzhen-Hunan Cultural Tour offered students from the University of Hong Kong and Shenzhen University a platform for academic and cultural exchange in 2017. During their time, students and teachers engaged in activities aimed at promoting their understanding of history, culture, social developments and an understanding of China’s technological achievements after the reform and opening up period. Students from Shenzhen University and HKU began their tour in Shenzhen, visiting a number of leading technology firms. They then made their way to Changsha to engage in academic discussions and cultural visits with their hosts at Central South University.