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Title: In searching of the meaning of Hui: a case study of Shek Wu Hui
Authors: Xue, Danna (薛丹娜)
Yeung, Ka Yan (楊嘉恩)
Yeung, Mei Yee (楊美儀)
Department: Department of Chinese and History
Issue Date: 2015
Course: CAH4514 Project
Programme: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Culture and Heritage Management
Supervisor: Dr. Lee, Vivian P. Y.
Subjects: Shek Wu Hui (Hong Kong, China)
Markets -- China -- Hong Kong -- Case studies.
Citation: Xue, D., Yeung, K. Y., & Yeung, M. Y. (2015). In searching of the meaning of Hui: A case study of Shek Wu Hui (Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS)). Retrieved from City University of Hong Kong, CityU Institutional Repository.
Abstract: This research paper deeply investigates a traditional market in Hong Kong - Shek Wu Hui. As located at the north of New Territories, near the border between Hong Kong and Sheng Zhen, this market becomes a sensitive term recently as the ever-worsening conflicts brought by the parallel goods exporters and the North East New Territories New Development Areas Planning. This paper will dig into the history of this Hui, understanding what this Hui brings to its residents. Later on, it investigates how this Hui is changing and its effect on the community. Thorough survey and interviews to local residents were conducted to look into the diverse viewpoints towards the current situation in the Hui and, finally to analysis the possibilities of alternative development plan.
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