CUHK Business – June 2020

Our Research


By Assistant Prof. Wu, Jing

CUHK expert expects China to maintain its edge in manufacturing while accelerating its economic upgrade.

Family Business

By Prof. Fan, Joseph P.H.

High family member involvement in management is linked to fewer problematic transactions, according to new study.


By Prof. Law, Kenneth S.

New research reveals job engagement, when not properly managed, could lead to negative workplace outcomes.

Corporate Governance, Economics & Finance

By Prof. Wu, Donghui

Study finds auditors tend to charge higher fees or use stronger language in audit opinions against clients listed on China’s rich list.

Our Outreach

CUHK Business School’s doors of learning stayed open during the global coronavirus outbreak. Lectures, webinars, admission activities, and the workplace all went virtual to combat the limitations posed by the pandemic and to prepare for the challenges ahead.

Our People

Taking up deanship last December, Dean Zhou leads CUHK Business School to tap into opportunities in the Asian Century and maintain its status as one of the top business schools in the world.

Ribuga Kang, Assistant Professor of the Department of Management has taken a very different path towards her role as an educator and management theorist.

From Hong Kong to Singapore and from business to innovation and technology, BBA alumna Stephanie Hung has always been a thinker, maker and learner. She shares her unique insights into the tech race between Singapore and Hong Kong.

BBA in Hotel and Tourism Management alumnus Lucas Leung founded a virtual reality company called TraVR HK with the goal of revolutionising the tourism and hospitality sector.

MBA alumni Mark Mak and Eden Lu Hong joined the entrepreneurial battle to combat COVID-19 that has spread around the world. Their company Roborn Technology developed a smart 5G robot to monitor temperatures in public places and trace close contacts of infected patients.

Amidst the adversity endured during the pandemic, CUHK Business School alumni and professors share their insights on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. We hope these will help you prepare and look forward to the future during this difficult time.

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About CUHK Business

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School’s magazine CUHK Business provides a platform to inform readers of selected business topics and school updates through articles written by staff and guest writers. Situated at the world’s doorway to China, with a well developed foundation in business education and research, CUHK Business School has a unique role in nurturing business leaders of tomorrow. We hope you will find the articles interesting and stimulating.