Dr. CHAN Wing Ho, Michael 陳永浩博士
Dr CHAN Wing Ho, Michael (陳永浩博士)
BA (HKU)
MPhil (HKU)
PhD (HKU)

Senior Lecturer
Department of Social Science

Tel : (852) 3963 5537


Dr Michael Chan received his BA, MPhil and PhD degrees from The University of Hong Kong in 1998, 2001 and 2008 respectively. His research interests include: Cultural Tourism and Heritage Management; Hong Kong Urban Studies; Web 3.0; New Media and Social Networking. Before joining the Department, Michael taught courses in Cultural Tourism and General Studies at the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, CUHK and HKUST College of Life Long Learning.

Michael is currently the member of Asian Academy for Heritage Management (AAHM); Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch (RASHKB) and The Association for Geo-conservation, Hong Kong (AGHK). He is also working as part-time Lecturer at the Department of Geography, HKU. For community service, Michael is serving as the Research Officer in the Centre for Life and Ethics Studies, The Society for Truth and Light, and the member of Hong Kong Gambling Watch.


Major DisciplinesTeaching AreasResearch InterestsPublicationsNewspaper ArticlesSelected Conference Presentations
TopMajor Disciplines
  • Urban Geography, Cultural Tourism and Heritage Management, Hong Kong Studies


TopTeaching Areas
  • Cultural Tourism; Hong Kong Society; Urban Studies; Technology and Society



TopResearch Interests
  • Hong Kong Urban Development, Cultural Tourism and Management, Cultural Heritage Conservation, Applied Ethics.


TopPublications
..........Journal Articles..........
  • Jim, C.Y. and Michael W H Chan (2016) Urban greenspace delivery in Hong Kong: Spatial-institutional limitations and solutions. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening (Elsevier Science, Amsterdam) 18: 65–85.
  • Jim, C.Y. and Chan, M. W. H. (2004) Assessing natural and cultural influence on soil in remnant tropical woodlands. Area (Royal Geographical Society, London) 36(1): 6-18.

..........Books..........
  • 陳永浩、吳慧華編著(2013):《生命倫理錦囊》,香港:明光社生命及倫理研究中心、宣道出版社。         
  • 陳永浩、吳慧華、招雋寧編著(2011):《80傳說:如何牧養通識新一代的信徒》,香港:明光社生命及倫理研究中心。
  • 陳永浩、吳慧華、招雋寧編著(2010):《香港基督徒成癮問題研究報告》,香港:明光社生命及倫理研究中心。
  • 陳永浩、吳慧華、招雋寧編著(2010):《若沉遇溺:基督徒與成癮行為》香港:明光社生命及倫理研究中心。

..........Book Chapters..........
  • 陳永浩、招雋寧(2016)〈香港人婚姻態度研究〉吳慧華主編(2016):《婚姻「大事」:廿一世紀香港人的婚姻觀》香港:明光社生命及倫理研究中心,第29-67頁。
  • 陳永浩(2015):〈唱國歌,的確很感動流淚?〉,葉蔭聰、陳景輝主編:《罷課不罷學:雨傘運動前夕的理論和思想大檢閱》香港:進一步出版,第345-355頁。
  • 陳永浩(2015):〈香港人的置業行為與態度〉,吳慧華主編:《港土港地:產業、信仰、生涯規劃》 香港:明光社生命及倫理研究中心,第12-40頁。
  • 陳永浩(2013):〈志蓮和南蓮是「假古董」?〉,恒生管理學院主編:《商道與人道─恒管人語》,香港:中華書局,第124-125頁。
  • 陳永浩(2013):〈去Hea還是Running Man?〉,恒生管理學院主編:《商道與人道─恒管人語》,香港:中華書局,第136-137頁。
  • 陳永浩(2012):〈絕對要「小題勁做」的香港賭博問題〉,關啟文、蔡志森主編:《基督教與現代社會的爭論:道德、政治與「宗教右派」》,香港:天道書樓,第383-391頁。
  • 陳永浩(2009):〈「我又忙 卻又悶?」香港青少年生活模式與偏差行為研究〉,陳永浩、吳慧華編著:《明光社生命及倫理研究中心年刊2009》,香港:明光社生命及倫理研究中心,第130-138頁。


TopNewspaper Articles
  • 陳永浩:〈發展帶來「縉紳化」爭議〉《星島日報》2014年7月3日
  • 陳永浩:〈朋友 學生 警察〉《星島日報》2014年7月26日
  • 陳永浩:〈愛國於世界另一端〉《星島日報》恒管語絲,2014年9月29日
  • 陳永浩:〈港人也拖篋?〉《星島日報》2015年3月24日
  • 陳永浩:〈敬問盧寵茂教授〉《明報》 2015年10月5日 
  • 陳永浩:〈噓國歌應怎樣處理?〉《星島日報》 2015年10月7日
  • 陳永浩:〈沒有內地旅客就不行?〉《星島日報》 2015年11月8 日



TopSelected Conference Presentations
  • Michael W H Chan (2016) ‘Social Justice via Education: “Boycott Classes, Continue Learning” in Umbrella Movement.’ The Asian Conference on Education & International Development, Kobe, Japan, April 3-6, 2016.
  • Michael W H Chan (2016) ‘From Umbrella Movement to Fish-ball Revolution: A case study of “Glocalization” in Hong Kong’. The IAFOR International Conference on Global Studies 2016, Barcelona, Spain, July 16-18, 2016.
  • “Understanding the Umbrella Movement: An Urban Morphological approach.” IGU Regional Conference, August 17-21, 2015, Moscow, Russia,.
  •  “The Media in Umbrella Movement: Narratives, Organization, Communication and Action”. The Fifth Asian Conference on Asian Studies, May 28-31, 2015, Kobe, Japan.
  • 〈香港人置業行為與態度研究發佈〉生命及倫理研究中心及理工大學應用社會科學系(2015):《港土講地:產業、信仰、生涯規劃》2015 週年研討會。香港:理工大學。
  •  “Himeji Castle “Egret’s Eye View”: A case study on incorporating heritage restoration and cultural tourism.” The IGU Regional Conference, 18-22 August 2014, Krakow, Poland.
  • "From Preservation, Revitalization to Reproduction: Assessment on different heritage conservation approaches in China, Hong Kong and Japan.” The Fifth Asian Conference on the Arts and Humanities, April 3-6, 2014, Osaka, Japan.
  • “Preserving an Intangible Cultural Heritage from Tang-China and Nara-Period Japan: Chi Lin Nunnery and Nam Lin Garden in Hong Kong.” The IGU Kyoto Regional Conference, August 4-9, 2013, Kyoto, Japan.
  • “Narrating Dr. Sun Yat-sen: His Thought, Family and Revolutions in Hong Kong and Macau.” The International Conference on Macau Narratives, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities. New University of Lisbon, Funda??o Oriente, 8-10 May, 2013, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • “Reciprocity between the Ninth Century and Modern: Chi Lin Nunnery and Nam Lin Garden in Hong Kong.” The 5th International Colloquium on Tourism & Leisure, July 9-12, 2012, Bangkok, Thailand,
  • “Teaching Cultural Tourism in General Education: A Module for Cultural Heritage Studies.” General Education and University Curriculum Reform: An International Conference in Hong Kong, June 12-14, 2012, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • 〈香港基督徒成癮問題研究〉,明光社生命及倫理研究中心《若沉遇溺—基督徒成癮問題研討會》,2010年6月4日。
  • “Is revitalisation the key: Preserving of Hong Kong’s oldest transport facilities.” The 2nd Asian Academy for Heritage Management Conference, December 1-3 2009, Macau.