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加州大学洛杉矶分校 博士


Courses Taught in 2012-2013
1st term:
GRMD4001 Final Year Thesis I
UGEC2183 Essentials of Urban Planning
2nd term:
GRMD1401 A World of Diversity
GRMD1404 Geographical Landscape of the World
GRMD4002 Final Year Thesis II
URSP1001 Introduction to Urban Studies
URSP2200 Urban Economics
Teaching Fields
Urban and regional planning and development 城市及區域規劃與發展
Sustainable development 可持續發展
Cities and globalisation 城市 . 全球化
Urban planning in China 中國的城市規劃
Research Interests
Urban planning and governance 城市規劃與管治
Production of space and the politics of planning 空間再造與規劃政治
Urban regeneration 都市更新
Sustainable development 可持續發展
Member, Advisory Board, Global Research Network on Human Settlement (HS-Net), United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat).
Member, International Advisory Board, Urban Research Plaza, Osaka City University, Japan
Member, Environmental Impact Assessment Appeal Board, Hong Kong.
Member, Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund Council, Hong Kong.
Convener of the Railway Appeal Board, Hong Kong.
Member, Building Committee, Hong Kong Housing Authority.
Academic advisor, Hong Kong Institute of Urban Design.
Honorary Fellow, Centre for Civil Society and Governance, The University of Hong Kong
Associate Editor, 'Current Research on Cities', supplement section of Cities, Elsevier.
Editorial Board member:
City, Culture and Society, Elsevier.
disP—the Planning Review, Journal of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP), ETH Zurich.
Planning Theory and Practice, Routledge.
Town Planning Review, Liverpool University Press.
Selected Publications
Ng, M.K. (2012), “A critical review of Hong Kong’s proposed climate change strategy and action agenda,” Cities, 29, pp.88-98.
Ng, M.K. (2011), “Strategic planning of China’s first Special Economic Zone: Shenzhen City Master Plan (2010-2020)”, Planning Theory and Practice, Vol.12, Issue 4, pp.638-642.
Ng, M.K. (2011), “Power and rationality: the politics of harbour reclamation in Hong Kong”, Environment and Planning C, Vol.29, pp.677-692.
Tang, W-S, Lee, J. and Ng, M.K. (2011), “Public engagement as a tool of hegemony: the case of designing New Central Harbour Front in Hong Kong”, Critical Sociology, 1-18.
Ng, M.K. and Hui, D. (2010), “Developing strategically competitive cities,” in Seetharam, K.E. and Yuen, B. (eds.), Developing Living Cities: from Analysis to Action, Singapore: World Scientific, pp.13-46.
Ng, M.K., Tang, W.S., Lee, J.W.Y. and Leung, D. (2010), “Spatial practice, conceived space and lived space: Hong Kong’s ‘piers saga’ through the Lefebvrian lens’, Planning Perspectives, Vol.25, No.4, pp.411-431.
Ng, M.K. (2008), “From government to governance? Politics of planning in the first decade of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region,” Planning Theory and Practice, Vol.9, No.2, pp.165-185.
Ng, M.K. (2007), Reporting Sustainability in Hong Kong and the Central and Western District and Technical Report, Hong Kong: Sustainable Development Fund and Centre of Urban Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Hong Kong, 210p.
Ng, M.K. (2007), “Sustainable development and governance in East Asian world cities,” in Ng, M.K. (guest editor), Special Issue on Sustainable Development in Asian World Cities, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, Vol.9, Issue 4, pp.321-335.
Ng, M.K. and Chan, A. (2005), A Citizen’s Guide to Sustainable Planning in Hong Kong: Concepts and Processes, Hong Kong: Community Participation Unit, Department of Architecture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Centre of Urban Planning & Environmental Management, The University of Hong Kong, 242p.
Ng, M.K., (2005) “Quality of life perceptions and directions for urban regeneration in Hong Kong”, Social Indicators Research, Vol. 71, pp.441-465.
Ng, M.K. and Tang, W-S (2004), “Theorising urban planning in a transitional economy: the case of Shenzhen, People’s Republic of China,” Town Planning Review, Vol.75, No.2, pp.173-203.
Ng, M.K. and Hills, P. (2003), “World cities or great cities? A comparative study of five Asian metropolises,” Cities, Vol.20, No.3, pp.151-165.
Research Projects
Principal Investigator:

“’Walled buildings’, ‘the right to the city’, place governance and the delayed amendment of an outdated planning ordinance: an institutional analysis”, General Research Fund, Research Grants Council, 2011-2012 (HK$487,727).
"’The Production of Space is a Matter of Life and Death’? A Lefebvrian perspective on old urban neighbourhood renewal in Hong Kong and Taipei,” General Research Fund, Research Grants Council, 2010-2011 (HK$430,675).
“Centre for Mega Urban Transport Studies: decision-making in the planning, appraisal, and evaluation of projects and their impacts,” An international research project led by the University College London and funded by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations, co-PI with Dr. F.I.H. Pretorius, January 2007 to July 2010 (HK$1,418,292).
“Rationality and Power: towards a phronetic understanding of the practice of reclamation in Hong Kong,” Research Grants Council, 1 January 2007 to 30 June 2009 (HK$509,640).
“Sustainability Reporting in Hong Kong: a first attempt”, Sustainable Development Fund, The Government of Hong Kong, 29 May 2006 to 30 September 2007 (HK$495,000).
“’Quality of Life First’: strategic and action area plans for Central and Western District,” Central and Western District Council, September 2005 to March 2006 (HK$200,000).
“Building a Sustainable Central and Western District: retrospect and prospect,” Sponsorship by the Steering Committee of the Healthy City Project in the Central and Western District Council, Oct. 2000 to Sept. 2001 (HK$160,000).
“Rhetoric versus Action: land use planning practice in Shenzhen, the People’s Republic of China,” Research Grants Council, 1 Dec. 1999 to 30 Nov. 2001 (HK$405,000).
“An Urban Regeneration Strategy for Hong Kong: addressing key socio-economic issues in a restructuring context,” Research Grants Council. 1 Dec. 1997 to 30 Nov. 1999 (HK$200,000).
“A Comparative Study of the Land Use Planning Systems in Hong Kong and Selected cities in Guangdong Province, China.” Research Grants Council. 1 December 1995 to 30 November 1997 (HK$165,000).
“Designing and Planning Community Architecture for Hong Kong: developing a participatory approach,” University Grants Committee, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2002-2005 (HK$2 million).
“Sustainable Communities: planning Wanchai through community perspectives,” Environmental and Conservation Fund, January 1999 to July 2001 (HK$112,000).