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Hollywood’s Cosy Ties with the US Military

Hollywood’s Cosy Ties with the US Military

Hollywood is as much a part of the American military-industrial complex as the defence and aerospace industries. Dr Sylvia Martin has been researching the connections.

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Leprosy Paradox

Leprosy Paradox

A paradox – the fact that the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared leprosy officially eliminated as a public health problem has hindered treatment for those suffering from the disease.

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Poetry in Motion

Poetry in Motion

The friendship between two poets – one from Chile and one from China – in the 1950s has lent a cultural perspective and legacy to diplomatic ties between the two countries.

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The Future of Work

The Future of Work

The COVID-19 pandemic is not the only factor disrupting working lives. Automation and changes in worker-employee relationships are transforming labour across the world. HKU scholars have been considering the potential pros and cons of these changes.

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Humans in the Wild

Humans in the Wild

Dr Hannah Mumby of the School of Biological Sciences and the Department of Politics and Public Administration has published a new book that captures the everyday experiences and heartbreak of studying elephants on the ground. It has also cemented her research path studying interactions between humans and wild animals.

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