Admissions 2023 – 2024 Open


Full Time: March 3, 2023, 12:00 noon (GMT +8)

Part Time: March 3, 2023, 12:00 noon (GMT +8)

Admission by rolling basis, early applications by January 2023 are highly encouraged


Keep Rolling: Independent Filmmaking Project | 動態 Rollingー獨立電影拍攝計劃

Directors: Lo Yan Chi, Kingston Chow, Jason Yiu, Erica Kwok
Language: Cantonese, English, Minnan (with Chinese and English Subtitles)

導演: 羅恩賜,周敬勤,姚敏堃,郭頌儀
語言: 粵語、英語、閩南語對白 (中英文字幕)

Film Screening followed by Q&A with the producer and directors

Date and Time: April 6, 2023 (6:30-9:30pm)
Venue: Meng Wah T6, The University of Hong Kong
Moderator: Dr. Fiona Law, The Department of Comparative Literature

Post-screening discussion conducted in Cantonese

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Inequality on Film: Cinema of Our Time

HKU MALCS Symposium

Under the guidance of Dr. Derek Lam, students and alumni of the MALCS (Master of Arts in Literary and Cultural Studies) programme at the University of Hong Kong’s Department of Comparative Literature will participate in a year-long series of workshops and guest events engaging in critical discussions of key films addressing inequality from the past decade.

The project's website (URL: will serve as an online resource freely available to all intended to spread public awareness of the subject. It will be updated with articles as events take place, including interviews, talks, and presentations with film critics, scholars, and filmmakers. The website will be unveiled at the programme launch event.




Transdisciplinary Programme initiative

Serving a small group of carefully selected Master students from the sciences, the social sciences and humanities who share an interest in creatively rethinking the earth and its inhabitants, this transdisciplinary programme aims to do research on the Lives of Deltas. It combines insights from contemporary academia with state-of-the-art technological, urban and artistic research. Together with prominent scientists, scholars and artists, the students taking part in this program, jointly explore and experiment with how human and non-human lives are currently roaming the coastlines and deltas of Maputo, Rio de Janeiro, Hong Kong and the Netherlands. This unique collaboration at top universities in four cities around the world, hereby invites students to share their interest in participating in this program.

This year's theme is pollution and pollination. The aim of the first Lives of Deltas global exchange, starting in 2023, is to explore in what way an affirmative approach on pollution and pollination allows us to look at how the urban delta is producing both challenges and opportunities for nature-human coexistence today.