|Date:||26 Febuarany 2016 (Fri)|
|Venue:||G24, Arts and Humanities Hub, Fung King Hey Building, CUHK|
The South Asian communities have since the mid-19th century contributed to the development of a multicultural environment in Hong Kong, but as ethnic minorities they have been socially marginalized and often discriminated against. Using a two-tier model I conducted knowledge transfer projects on the Indian, Nepali, and Pakistani migrant cultures, as part of a bigger initiative to facilitate a comprehensive understanding of South Asian cultures and in promoting positive ethnic relations in Hong Kong. In the process I experimented with the development of intercultural education pedagogy in schools, community programs, and various partner organizations. In this talk I share my research-in-action experience
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