Restructuring vocational education system: Exploring dual pathways to achieve career and educational aspirations
The study on ‘Realising your dreams through vocational education and training (VET)’ suggests ways to enhance the VET system through restructuring its academic pathways and restoring public confidence in VET. Our suggestions aim to help students develop their talents into strengths and reach full potential, thus building a vibrant talent pool to facilitate the city’s overall development.
Zhuhai: An emerging technopolis
As one of the cities in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Bay Area, Zhuhai has devoted massive resources to research and development in recent years and reshaped its traditional industries through applying advanced technologies. Can Zhuhai’s experience be a lesson to Hong Kong?
Bauhinia: Embracing hope through ‘people-based’ policies
The Centre welcomes Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor’s maiden Policy Address, which not only focuses on socio-economic development, but also puts forth concrete and ‘people-based’ measures aiming to improve housing, healthcare, transport and welfare.
Adieu, the magic formula for success
Many people in Hong Kong consider that earning a university degree is the key to achieving upward social mobility. Yet, statistics reveal that in terms of the average salary and its rate of increase, local university graduates have been facing a worsening situation. Is it a sign of a malfunction of the formula for success or a call for a structural change in the education system?
Is 'content is king' really outdated in the news industry?
Drawing public attention brings advertising opportunities for news media. In the digital era, more people have started getting news from the Internet such as via search engines and social media. Such behavioural change makes marketers allocate less advertising budget to traditional news media. Whilst the industry is struggling, can traditional news media find a way out by shifting focus from serving advertisers to readers?