Jackson K S Cho
got his B. Soc Sc. in Lingnan University,
majoring Asian Pacific Studies. He then
further pursued 2 MA degrees, one from
the University of Hull in the UK, majoring
International Politics and the other one
from CUHK, majoring Chinese Politics.
He is now pursuing his PhD with Prof Arthur
Mol of Wageningen University in the Netherlands.
Jackson joined the GEC in August 2007.
Over the years, he has been now lecturing
/ tutoring China Studies (Theme 4 Chinese
Society, and Theme 5 Chinese Politics),
Governing China: Chinese Politics and
Legal Systems, World Issues and Human
Responsibilities, and Understanding Hong
Kong Society subjects.
His research interests are China's central
- local relations, environmental politics
of China, China - Taiwan relations as
well as China's foreign relations."
Jackson K S Cho & Y C Wong, ‘Domestic
Politics and the Making of US Foreign
Policy During Bush’s First Term: The Case
of US Textile Industry’, Asian Profile,
Vol. 35, No. 5 (October 2007), pp. 375