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[*] ──. (2020). Red Zones: Criminal Law and the Territorial Governance of Marginalized People. By Marie-Eve Sylvestre, Nicholas Blomley, and Céline Bellot (2020). Hong Kong Free Press.
This is not numbered because it is not a traditional book review in academic journals. But this is an attempt to translate and apply the knowledge I understood from this book to analyse the situation in Hong Kong. [Original Version] [Chinese Translation] [Published Version]
For my public writings, please visit Toastore.
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 ──. (2019). Legal production of land (in)justice in Hong Kong. (around 73,000 words)
Master of Philosophy, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong.
Archived in the Institutional Repository and the Library of Hong Kong Baptist University. [more info]
 ──. (2016). Urban (re)development, religious organisations, and urban communities: A spatial story of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Wan Chai. (around 25,000 words)
Bachelor of Social Sciences (First Class Honours), Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong.
Archived in Geographic Resource Centre and Map Library, Department of Geography, Hong Kong Baptist University, No. 1619. [more info]