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Consultant name: Jesse Ng
Field of study: English Studies and Fine Arts
Current program of study: Bachelor of Arts
Familiar genres: Academic writing in English literature and fine arts, visual analyses, argumentative writing, expository texts, creative writing, speeches, personal statements, reflective writing, bibliographic writing, research writing.
I enjoy a gamut of fine arts and literatures, particularly conceptual art and postcolonial writings which challenge my thinking. Over the years, I have researched, written stories, taught English and guided tours for art exhibitions in the UK, Sydney and Hong Kong. My experience have made me eager to hear voices from all disciplines and walks of life. I am a writer who is aware of the rubric and concerned with creating persuasive content. As a peer consultant in the CAES Writing Centre, I look forward to meeting you and helping you craft different genres of writing!
Consultant name: Nicky Runge
Field of study: Sociolinguistics
Current program of study: PhD
Previously earned degrees: BA (Hons) in Linguistics and Literature
Familiar genres: Academic papers, especially in literature, philosophy, theory, art and language resumes and cover letters creative writing postgrad these/dissertations reflective writing
I am currently a PhD student in the School of English focusing on the convergence of language, art and technology. Besides my studies, I have worked as an editor and translator in France, Spain and the Netherlands. I am sure I can help you get your ideas on paper.
Consultant name: Achilles Au
Field of study: Philosophy, English Studies
Current program of study: BA
Familiar genres: Academic writing in Philosophy. Critical Essays. Philosophical Fiction.
I’m a final year student majoring in Philosophy and English Studies, but my primary focus is in Philosophy. My personal interests are in Existentialism, but I’m also familiar with other branches of continental philosophy such as political philosophy, epistemology and ethics. I also have an interest in literature and have written a few critical essays. As you can probably tell, I am more interested in theory and ideas. If you are writing within these topics, or would like your writing to come under philosophical scrutiny, I am more than happy to help.
Consultant name: Niko Tang
Field of study: Linguistics and Translation
Current program of study: BA
Familiar genres: Bibliographic Essay Popular Science Article IELTS writing
‘What do you mean?’ is the question I often ask because of what I study. I am fascinated to see how language is used with much variety to express inspiring ideas. I am happy to read what you have written and what you are interested in, and help you get your best ideas out fluently!
Consultant name: Gloria Dou
Field of study: Sociolinguistics and Discourse Analysis
Current program of study: PhD
Previously earned degrees: MA in Linguistics, BA (Hons) English Studies
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I am a first-year PhD student in the School of English working on multimodal discourse in social media. I am also very interested in second-language acquisition, bilingualism, and psycholinguistics. I have worked as a research assistant in Hong Kong, Beijing and USA, and I am keen to help you improve your writing!
Consultant name: Geri Cheng
Field of study: English Studies (Literature)
Current program of study: BA
Familiar genres: Academic writing (in English Literature, Political Science, and Philosophy); bibliographic writing; argumentative writing; creative writing; personal statements
Hello! I am pursuing a bachelor’s degree in English with minor in Politics. What drew me into these different disciplines in the first place was my interest in understanding the human condition and the unequal power distribution within society. To me, both subjects offer their own lenses of looking at the world. Though, on a lighter note, I chose to pursue these subjects because I have always enjoyed reading and writing – including essays! I hope my enthusiasm will thus inspire the same joy in you and that I will be of help to you. Looking forward to meeting you soon!
Consultant name: Robert Marcelo Sevilla
Field of study: Linguistics
Current program of study: MPhil
Previously earned degrees: MA Ling, Bachelor of Arts
Familiar genres: Research and academic writing in social sciences and humanities, conference abstracts, research proposals
I find myself currently completing a research postgraduate degree in Linguistics, focusing on the syntax-semantics of classifier constructions in Hunanese varieties of Chinese. I have been fascinated for some time by the degree of linguistic variation observed within the Sinitic family of languages… and yet, I lack any speaking skills or formal training in Chinese, much to my detriment. My other interests include phonetics/phonology, non-Sinitic languages (Welsh, Arabic, Kichwa, Basque, etc.), history, red wine, and long walks on the beach. I’ve been writing academically for some time; mostly in the social sciences and humanities. However, I’m happy to read on subjects I am unfamiliar with, so feel free to send me papers out of my area of expertise.
Consultant name: Fung Ying Cheng
Field of study: Creative Writing in English
Current program of study: MFA
Previously earned degrees: BA, English Literature
Familiar genres: Academic writing (literature reviews, academic reviews, critical commentaries, bibliographic writing, research proposals, speeches) in Arts and Humanities; creative writing particularly in scriptwriting (screen and stage) and short stories.
Originally from the UK, I have come to HKU to refine my abilities as a writer through the MFA programme. The literary form I am particularly fond of is scriptwriting and I love to read screenplays whether it’s in the learning commons or on the MTR trains. I also enjoy reading graphic narratives (e.g. manga), short stories and plays. In my undergraduate years, I delved into the cultural, political and sociological histories of literature and film within Britain and America. Although my experience with academic writing is primarily in Arts and Humanities, I am happy to read work from other disciplines. As a peer consultant, I want to help you sharpen your understanding of writing so you can clearly express the vision in your work. I look forward to meeting you!

Education

Consultant name: Vivian Kwan
Field of study: Applied Linguistics
Current program of study: PhD
Previously earned degrees: MA in Applied Linguistics, BA in English Studies
Familiar genres: Research essays, reports and cover letters
I am currently a PhD candidate majoring in Applied Linguistics. My research project is about the acquisition of English academic writing in the discipline of Language Education. I have previously taught English for Academic Purposes courses at CAES and other tertiary institutions.
Consultant name: Peter Wingrove
Field of study: Applied Linguistics & TESOL
Current program of study: PhD Applied Linguistics
Previously earned degrees: MA Applied Linguistics for TESOL, BA English Literature and Philosophy
Familiar genres: Research articles in social science postgrad theses/dissertations reflective writing
I have a background in TESOL and am currently writing my PhD in Applied Linguistics. My research interests are in EAP and corpus linguistics.
Consultant name: Greg Wu
Field of study: Applied Linguistics
Current program of study: PhD
Previously earned degrees: MA in Applied Linguistics and TESOL, BA in English Linguistics and Literature
Familiar genres: Research Proposal, CV, SOP, Bibliographic Essay, etc.
Before joining CAES, I was a lecturer of English in Taiwan, mainly teaching undergraduate skill-based/TESOL content courses and hosting language training programs in public sectors and private enterprises. I’m currently writing my PhD thesis with the focus on language teacher development in ESP and interdisciplinary teaching.
Consultant name: Chris Kwan
Field of study: Arts
Current program of study: PhD in Applied Linguistics
Previously earned degrees: MA in Language Studies, BEd (Hons) in English Language Education
Familiar genres: Academic papers, especially in applied linguistics and education; IELTS writing; postgrad theses/dissertations
Before beginning PhD studies at CAES, I accumulated years of experience as a secondary school teacher. I hold an MA in Language Studies (with Distinction) from Hong Kong Baptist University. During my master’s degree, I completed a dissertation on a genre-based study examining teacher educators’ written lesson observation feedback. In recent years, I have published research articles and presented papers at international conferences. At CAES, I am researching in the areas of discourse analysis, pragmatics, and English language teaching at the tertiary level.
Consultant name: Piyo CHAN
Field of study: Education & Linguistics (Major); Sociology (Minor)
Current program of study: BA & BEd (LangEd) – Eng
Familiar genres: Analytical essays, reflective essays, learning journals, reflective commentary, research papers, reports
I am currently majoring in English Education and Linguistics and minoring in Sociology. My particular academic interests lie in sociolinguistics and psycholinguistics. I love learning and teaching English very much but I was a science student studying Physics, Chemistry and Biology back in high school! I am especially good at writing analytical and reflective essays where coherence and concision play an essential role. You can also find me for your research papers, reports, journals and argumentative essays. I hope my proficiency in and enthusiasm for English writing can help you improve your writing skills after our consultation session!
Consultant name: Gabriella Tse
Field of study: English Language and Linguistics, Spanish Studies
Current program of study: BA&BEd (LangEd-Eng)
Familiar genres: Academic and research writing (especially concerning topics in Linguistics, Language Communication as well as Education); argumentative writing; speeches, personal statements
Hi everyone! My name’s Gaby and I’m in my second-last year of my double degree programme. As a language education major I do understand the various difficulties second language users of English may encounter during the seemingly-daunting writing process, and that’s why I’m here to help you guys overcome such hardships and even start enjoying writing! I may specialise in linguistics and education, but I’m also interested in learning more about other disciplines through your writing. So please, don’t hold back on sending in your work to me. As long as you have the heart to improve your language and writing skills, I am more than happy to use the best of my abilities to support you, regardless of your ability, stage of writing and field of expertise!
Consultant name: Katherine Lee
Field of study: Student learning and development
Current program of study: PhD
Previously earned degrees: Master of Journalism, BSocSc (Psychology and Counseling)
Familiar genres: Academic writing, particularly in education and psychology; research papers and proposals; reflective writing; journalistic writing
Hey there, I’m a PhD student at the Faculty of Education and am currently researching soft skills development among university students. While I grew up in Canada, I’ve been back in Hong Kong for some time and completed both my undergraduate and taught masters programmes here. I’ve always enjoyed reading and writing, and I am passionate about teaching and learning as well. I look forward to meeting you and helping you hone your writing skills!

Law

Consultant name: Liz Chan
Field of study: Literary Studies/ Law
Current program of study: BA&LLB
Familiar genres: Literature essays/ analysis, Literature reviews
I am currently a Year 5 BA&LLB student in the University of Hong Kong. My interests lie in reading and writing, and I have obtained a good breadth of literary knowledge over my years of studies. In secondary school, I studied English Literature, Geography and Biology as my interests are not limited to one field of study. I am confident in my language skills, and I aim to be a great listener who is quick to grasp different concepts and ideas.
Consultant name: Wincy Yim
Field of study: Politics and Public Administration, Law
Current program of study: BSS (Govt & Laws) and LLB
Familiar genres: Academic writing in political science and law, research writing, argumentative writing
Hey, I’m Wincy, a penultimate year student reading Government and Law. My interests lie in the field of political science and “street law” (teaching practical law to grassroots populations using interactive teaching methodologies). Growing up in Hong Kong, I have received a rigid education like many of you did. I totally understand how the traditional education system in some of the Asian countries can hinder students from reaching their full potential, especially in writing. I am looking forward to learning more about you and your writings!

Social Sciences

Consultant name: Ilia Chan
Field of study: English Studies and Psychology
Current program of study: BA
Familiar genres: Academic papers, especially in English literature, language, and psychology creative writing reflective writing
Over the course of my studies, I have had experience with various types of writing, some more academically formal than others. Writing, to me, has always been about communicating ideas in an effective and dynamic manner. In particular, I love reading and writing about all genres of literature from different eras; Jane Austen’s novels, and Rupi Kaur’s poetry are among the ones I constantly return to. Familiar with researching information for papers, I have the habit of reading up on topics that pique my interest as well. I also occasionally dabble in creative writing. I look forward to talking with you about the craft of writing!
Consultant name: Zeerak KHURRAM
Field of study: Journalism and Finance
Current program of study: BJ
Familiar genres: Academic papers, especially in History, Literature, Anthropology, Journalism/ Media Studies, Business, Religious Studies Creative writing Reflective writing Research essays Reports Critical Analysis of texts
I am a year 2 student studying Journalism and Finance. Ever since I was a child, I have had a passion for reading and writing. While I do read up on the economy and international relations, I am most interested in archaeology and comparative religion. Writing is a way in which I can express myself to the people around me. My professor once told me, ‘When writing, there is no such thing as a bad idea. It’s just faulty execution’. As a tutor, I hope to help you perfect your ability to convey your own ideas to the world.
Consultant name: Liam Reeve
Field of study: China Development Studies
Current program of study: Master of Arts
Previously earned degrees: BA, International Relations
Familiar genres: Academic writing particularly in the social sciences, research papers, research proposals
Originally from Vancouver, Canada, I am working to complete my MA in China Development Studies in the Department of Geography. The program emphasises a comprehensive understanding of China focusing on subjects such as international trade and foreign direct investment, land development, public policies, regional development and more. In my undergraduate degree, I took a multitude of courses including politics, economics and history, but I am fascinated with many other academic areas. Feel free to come chat with me about your diverse writing needs!
Consultant name: Kristopher Cheng
Field of study: Psychology; Politics and Public Administration
Current program of study: Bachelor of Social Sciences (Psychology; Politics and Public Administration)
Familiar genres: Academic writing particularly in Politics, Psychology, and Social Sciences; Research Papers/Proposals; Reflective Writing; Personal Statements; Argumentative Writing; Writing for Job/University Applications
Hey this is Kris! I am a Final Year student doing double Majors in Psychology and Politics. (I don’t plan to manipulate minds in a political setting though, so don’t worry about that!) I am currently planning on doing further studies in the broad field of Clinical Psychology in the UK, particularly in the speciality of Developmental Psychopathology. I am interested to understand the cognitive vulnerability markers (which can be one’s memory specificity, self-imagery, or information processing style) in childhood and adolescence which may predict one’s onset and maintenance of emotional disorders. By understanding so, I wish to design and disseminate novel school-based interventions targeting at these markers to optimise our future generation’s resilience. As you may tell, I am extremely passionate about safeguarding children and adolescents in Hong Kong, and of course, contributing to this city which I call home in every possible avenue. I look forward to meeting you all, offering any help that I could, and most importantly, learning from you!
Consultant name: Wincy Yim
Field of study: Politics and Public Administration, Law
Current program of study: BSS (Govt & Laws) and LLB
Familiar genres: Academic writing in political science and law, research writing, argumentative writing
Hey, I’m Wincy, a penultimate year student reading Government and Law. My interests lie in the field of political science and “street law” (teaching practical law to grassroots populations using interactive teaching methodologies). Growing up in Hong Kong, I have received a rigid education like many of you did. I totally understand how the traditional education system in some of the Asian countries can hinder students from reaching their full potential, especially in writing. I am looking forward to learning more about you and your writings!

Business and Economics

Consultant name: Khushboo Jogi
Field of study: Economics and Finance
Current program of study: Bachelor’s
Familiar genres: Academic papers, especially in economics, finance, and business Resumes and cover letters IELTS and TOEFL writing Creative writing and literature reviews Case synthesis reports
Hello! I’m a final year Economics and Finance student. As an undergraduate student I have experience in both academic and creative writing styles. I’ve always loved reading and writing so I am happy to address your writing needs to help you become a better writer!
Consultant name: Zeerak KHURRAM
Field of study: Journalism and Finance
Current program of study: BJ
Familiar genres: Academic papers, especially in History, Literature, Anthropology, Journalism/ Media Studies, Business, Religious Studies Creative writing Reflective writing Research essays Reports Critical Analysis of texts
I am a year 2 student studying Journalism and Finance. Ever since I was a child, I have had a passion for reading and writing. While I do read up on the economy and international relations, I am most interested in archaeology and comparative religion. Writing is a way in which I can express myself to the people around me. My professor once told me, ‘When writing, there is no such thing as a bad idea. It’s just faulty execution’. As a tutor, I hope to help you perfect your ability to convey your own ideas to the world.

Engineering

Consultant name: Sthavir MURTHY
Field of study: Engineering – Computer Science
Current program of study: BEng Computer Science
Familiar genres: Creative Writing, Reflective Writing, academic papers, especially in Fine Arts, Comparative Literature and Science
As someone who has spent their university life near-manically enrolling in courses from a variety of disciplines, I’ve gained experience in several types of writing. This exposure has made me keen on learning what others have to say about these subjects, so I would love to read your work and help you craft it into the effective, meaningful text you know it to be. Feel free to stop by for a fun, useful discussion.
Consultant name: Adrio Alimin
Field of study: Computer Science
Current program of study: BEng Computer Science
Familiar genres: Personal Statements, Reflective Writing, Creative Writing, IELTS Writing, Op-Eds, and Academic Papers, especially in the Humanities (Philosophy, Politics, Political Economy, History)
Heya, I’m in my second year studying Computer Science with a minor in Philosophy. Writing has been a part of my everyday life for a long time, be it of a creative kind in my childhood, or increasingly of a more argumentative kind today. My interests are wide-ranging, but I pay particular attention to ethics, political economy, gender & sexuality, current affairs, and technology. You’re very much welcome to drop by (book first!) for a consultation; I’ll try my best to work with you on improving your writing, but chances are that I’m going to learn a lot from your ideas too!
Consultant name: Dane Qiao
Field of study: Mechanical Engineering
Current program of study: Bachelor of Engineering
Familiar genres: Academic papers, especially in engineering / science; Project / lab reports; Personal statements (job applications / university admissions); ESL tests
I am in the final year of my degree in Mechanical Engineering and have completed a minor in French. Having survived the Chinese college entrance exam (Gaokao) system, I understand the struggles that second language learners often go through and would be happy to lend a hand. Mostly working with engineering and science writings, I have also had some exposure to architecture, philosophy and film studies, though I dare not claim any expertise. This being said, I’ll love to read anything that you bring me, or plan your work with you in an early stage!

Health Sciences

Consultant name: Jurgen van Lunenburg
Field of study: Medical Physics
Current program of study: PhD Diagnostic Radiology
Previously earned degrees: BSc
Familiar genres: IELTS and TOEFL writing, postgrad these/dissertations, academic papers
Hi, I scored 95% on my TOEFL, come and see me! Kidding aside, I hope my analysis of your writing work proves useful in the long term. I’m comfortable with a wide range of writing subjects, but I enjoy science-related stuff the most. Happy to help!
Consultant name: Divesh SARDANA
Field of study: Dentistry
Current program of study: PhD
Previously earned degrees: MDS (Paediatric Dentistry), MBA (Healthcare Administration), BDS
Familiar genres: Academic papers, especially in healthcare, science and biomedical fields, postgrad thesis/dissertations, reflective writing
Professionally, I am a Paediatric Dentist and I am currently at The University of Hong Kong for my PhD. I trained at Manipal University, Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, the Post-graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). I have many research publications in international journals, and I also serve as a peer reviewer of some well-reputed medical and dental journals. I believe that a teacher not only teaches you, but also guides you beyond the walls of the classroom, and this is what I aim to achieve as a peer tutor in the Writing Centre.
Consultant name: Diogo Ann Onuselogu
Field of study: Biomedical Sciences
Current program of study: BBMS
Familiar genres: CAES PSAs, Argumentative Essays, Analytical Essays, CVs, Scientific Journal Articles, Creative Writing
I’ve always loved writing creatively as a form of expression, but I also believe that all forms of writing give us the power to deliver a particular message, opinion, or feeling to whoever our readers are. I enjoy helping peers from all disciplines realize the power of their words and help them become stronger writers, both academically and beyond. I look forward to reading what you’ve written!
Consultant name: Sheetal Manchanda
Field of study: Paediatric Dentistry
Current program of study: MPhil
Previously earned degrees: BDS
Familiar genres: Academic papers (literature reviews, research proposals, thesis / dissertations, conference abstracts), assignments, personal statements and creative texts.
I am a MPhil candidate at HKU in the Faculty of Dentistry after graduating from a dental institute in India. I have a few publications in some reputed international journals. I am a good listener and my approach as a peer consultant is to understand the writers’ ideas, thoughts and also concerns and difficulties in writing. As a peer consultant I can help to improve your ability of conveying your ideas in your writing.
Consultant name: Mahjabin Khan
Field of study: Cancer Therapy
Current program of study: MPhil
Previously earned degrees: BSc (Honors) Biotechnology
Familiar genres: Research and academic writing (essays, review articles, research articles, research posters, abstracts) in Biology/Medicine and Diaspora/Culture; Undergrad/Postgrad dissertations/theses; University admission essays; Creative writing.
Hi! I’m a Hong Kong-born Pakistani so have quite a diasporic identity and call both places “home”. As an MPhil student at the Faculty of Medicine, my research effort is focused on lung cancer treatments within the domain of targeted therapy. I’ve published academically (in scientific journals and a book) and non-academically (yearbook essay, blog posts, other creative writing pieces). Turning over to you, I’m excited to see your works in Biology/Medicine and help you craft meaningful and interesting academic pieces. You may also reach out for writing diaspora, culture, etc. If there’s anything I haven’t mentioned (any other discipline) but you’d like me to read, feel free to send in your piece/draft. I look forward to meeting you!

Sciences

Consultant name: John Doherty
Field of study: Geochemistry & Oceanography
Current program of study: PhD
Previously earned degrees: MS, Environmental Science
Familiar genres: Academic papers, especially in Earth/Environmental Sciences, Biological Sciences & Analytical Chemistry; Postgrad these/dissertations
Originally from the United States, I am now beginning my third year in Hong Kong as a PhD student in the Department of Earth Sciences, where I conduct research in the fields of geochemistry, oceanography and paleoclimatology. Outside of research, I am also passionate about environmental conservation and serve as a postgraduate representative on HKU’s Sustainability Task Force. I enjoy reading a variety of different texts, so please feel free to come chat with me about yours.
Consultant name: Tang Tsz So Acacia
Field of study: Biochemistry, Ecology and Biodiversity
Current program of study: BSc
Familiar genres: Academic papers, especially in the sciences; personal statements; resumes and cover letters
I am a final year student with experience in tutoring for an introductory class in HKU. I have also tutored secondary school students in a wide range of subjects. During my exchange at Chicago, I had a great experience discussing everything from politics to card games to scientific papers with my peers. Reading and writing have always been hobbies of mine, and I look forward to exchanging ideas on writing with you!
Consultant name: Kevin Geoghegan
Field of study: Biology, Ecology
Current program of study: PhD
Previously earned degrees: BSc Zoology (Botany, Earth Science)
Familiar genres: Postgrad theses/dissertations (Biology, ecology) personal statements, resumes and cover letters, popular science writing, CAES & common core assignments
I’m a native English speaker from Ireland, studying for a PhD in marine ecology. I’ve been in Hong Kong for nearly 3 years and been a consultant in CAES since it began. In addition to my writing experience from my B.Sc and my PhD (reports, theses etc), I’ve also gained a lot of experience helping HKU undergrads and postgrads with their writing. So, I’m familiar with the types of assignments etc students receive, and the challenges many students experience when learning to write in various academic styles. I look forward to helping you improve you’re writing skills.
Consultant name: Jake Dytnerski
Field of study: Marine Ecology/Biological Sciences
Current program of study: PhD
Previously earned degrees: BSc – Honours in Marine Biology
Familiar genres: Academic papers in various science fields; postgrad theses/dissertations; creative writing, non-fiction; personal statements; resumes and cover letters
Hey! I’m Jake, a 4th year PhD Candidate in Marine Ecology here at HKU. I’m originally from Canada, but have spent the better part of a decade travelling around the world before coming back to academia. When I’m not underwater diving for fieldwork, I like to spend time reading – anything from adventure travel to classical English literature to wine history – and writing creative non-fiction. I’m happy to help you achieve your writing goals, so book an appointment with me!
Consultant name: Rebekah Butler
Field of study: Biology
Current program of study: PhD Marine Biology
Previously earned degrees: Conservation and Biodiversity (MSc), Biology (BSc)
Familiar genres: Academic papers; report writing; theses; dissertations; literature reviews; essays (particularly in biology and other sciences).
Hi, I’m Rebekah! I moved to Hong Kong three years ago from the U.K. to complete a PhD researching mangroves with the biological sciences department at HKU. Throughout my education I’ve gained experience in many different writing styles focused within the sciences, however I hope I can assist you whatever the subject of study. I had a great time working as a consultant last semester and am looking forward to helping more students improve their own English writing skills this semester.
Consultant name: Brinna Barlow
Field of study: Ecology and Biodiversity
Current program of study: PhD
Previously earned degrees: MSc Entomolgy, BSc Environmental Biology
Familiar genres: Academic papers especially in the biological and ecological sciences. Research papers and research proposals.
I am from the UK, living now in Hong Kong while I study for my PhD. My research is in the fields of ecology, entomology and biodiversity with a focus on climate change and insect food webs. My MSc was focussed solely on entomology but I experienced many different types of science in my undergraduate degree including: geology, geography and palentology. In my free time I read both fiction and non-fiction texts and look forward to reading yours!

   
   
   

Consultant name: Rachel CAO
Field of study: Major in English and Education, Minor in Counseling
Current program of study: BA & BEd




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Buife Moria ONUSELOGU
Field of study: Biomedical Sciences
Current program of study: BBMS




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Colin MAK
Field of study: Law and Marketing
Current program of study: BBA (Law) & LLB




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Ingrid YAU
Field of study: Law and Arts (Literary Studies)
Current program of study: BA (LS) & LLB




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Janvi SHARMA
Field of study: Computer Science Engineering
Current program of study: BEng (CompSc)




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Jasmine CHEUNG
Field of study: Chemistry and Astronomy
Current program of study: BSc




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Vanessa JIM
Field of study: Education and Linguistics
Current program of study: BA & BEd (Lang Ed – Eng)

   
   

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