TRANSCULTURALITY OR HYBRIDITY? The Case of Hong Kong (2017/2018)

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This research project aimed at tackling questions of transcultural cooperation and the related determinants and processes in Hong Kong through field study and observation. The team assembled seven students, the perspectives of six countries, five disciplines, and four study programs offered at Zeppelin University and aimed to contact international migrants and local citizens for qualitative interviews. For this purpose, each of the young researchers focussed on a specific area, namely migration, arts, communication, policy, behavioural ethics or business & entrepreneurship, and therefore added a particular contribution to the overall research question.