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Learning and Teaching Resources related to the Belt and Road Initiative

In 2013, the Chinese President Xi Jingping raised the initiative of jointly building the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road (hereinafter referred to as the Belt and Road Initiative) that connects Asian, European and African countries. The five major goals are "policy coordination, facilities connectivity, unimpeded trade, financial integration and people-to-people bond".

 

Taking into account its competitiveness, Hong Kong can play a unique role in the development of the Belt and Road Initiative. Its participation in the initiative, in turn, can inject new momentum to the continuous social and economic development of Hong Kong. Schools in Hong Kong can facilitate students’ better understanding of the Belt and Road Initiative through related subjects and learning activities so that the students will be equipped to grasp the opportunities generated.

 

Below are the reference materials of seminars and workshops, and web links related to the Belt and Road Initiative and the learning and teaching resources web links of the Personal, Social and Humanities Education (PSHE) Key Learning Area (KLA) for reference:

 

Reference Materials of Seminars and Workshops related to the Belt and Road Initiative

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Title
Organization
Web Address
Action plan on the Belt and Road Initiative

The State Council, The People’s Republic of China

http://english.gov.cn/archive/publications/2015/03/30/content_281475080249035.htm
The Belt and Road Initiative
The State Council, The People’s Republic of China
http://english.gov.cn/beltAndRoad/
Belt and Road
Hong Kong Trade Development Council
http://beltandroad.hktdc.com/en/index.aspx
Influence of "One Belt, One Road" Construction on Hong Kong’s Economic Outlook 【published in Compass Vol. 21, No.2, June 2015 and translated by Hong Kong Export Credit Insurance Corporation】
Zhang Yansheng (Secretary-General, Academic Committee, National Development and Reform Commission)
http://www.hkecic.com/file/glancepd/chapter_en20150619102945828.pdf

 

Learning and teaching resources web links of the PSHE KLA

 

A. History and culture (Historical, cultural and religious backgrounds of countries and regions along the Silk Road and Maritime Silk Road)

 

Secondary 4-6

Title
Subject/Topic
Web link
Year
Manual on Module I - Introduction to Tourism
Tourism and Hospitality Studies / Impact of Tourism – Social and Cultural Impact

2013

Modernisation and Transformation in 20th-Century Southeast Asia

Case Studies – Indonesia and Singapore

History /
Case 1: Indonesia
(1) Decolonization
(2) Post-independence Development
(3) Comparison – President Sukamo and President Suharto
(4) Social Culture

 

Case 2: Singapore
(1) Decolonization
(2) Post-independence Economic Development
(3) Education – As a Way towards Modernisation

(4) A Country with "Many Races but One People"
2011

 

 

B. Contextual Background (e.g. globalization, free trade system, global cooperation, global governance)

 

Secondary 1-3

Title
Subject/Topic
Web link
Year
Curriculum Support Materials: S1-3 Geography Learning and Teaching Resources Folder for the revised curriculum –Global shift of manufacturing industry
Geography / Industry
2014

 

Secondary 4-6

Title
Subject/Topic
Web link
Year
Resource Pack for Economics Curriculum (Secondary 4-6)- Extension of Trade Theory, Economic Growth and Development
Economics / Extension of Trade Theory, Economic Growth and Development
2012
Manual on Module V - Trends and Issues in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry

Tourism and Hospitality Studies / Trends in

Tourism – Economic, Social and Cultural Aspect
2014
Manual on Module I - Introduction to Tourism
Tourism and Hospitality Studies / Impact of tourism – Economic impact
2013
Learning and Teaching Resource Pack for Senior Secondary History Curriculum- International Cooperation and Regional Politics since 1945
History / The Evolution of ASEAN: The Trend towards Regional Cooperation
2014