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SDG-GE (General Education)

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SDG-GE courses are knowledge-based courses relevant to at least one SDG. They are existing College and University General Education courses. The course content and learning activities of SDG-GE courses help students to identify major problems that the SDG(s) address(es), analyze those problems from relevant discipline perspectives and investigate potential solutions for solving those problems. Here is the list of SDG-GE courses:

UGED3206 Women’s Narratives and Hong Kong History

#UGED Self and Humanity

Thursdays 02:30 p.m. – 04:15 p.m.
Dr. SO Alison Yam Wah

(UGED3206 is double-coded with GDRS3011.) In 21st century post-colonial Hong Kong, the preservation of ‘collective memory’ of this fast-changing city has become an everyday discourse. From award-winning movies, heart-warming testimonies, tabloid stories to Facebook groups and social campaigns, we have been consuming, constructing, and circulating narratives of ‘the past’. This act of remembering and exploring […]