Our core activities
NEXUS events are at the heart of what we do. We run a regular and active series of meetings both online and face-to-face where we explore belonging - and belonging in Hong Kong - from a range of perspectives.
What are NEXUS events like?
The events are led by interesting people from a range of backgrounds. Some are academic, where researchers and research participants report their findings and discuss with us what they might mean - for example our event with Jan Gube from EdUHK. Some work we discuss straddles academia and creative practice, such as our event with Christine Vicera, founder of the be/longing project. Some are less traditional in feel, more conversational and interactive, such as our HKUST student-led open dialogue and an open forum with Narrativesbyus, both led by groups and organisations actively involved in challenging established conceptions of what it means to belong in Hong Kong.
Hosting Melanie Cooke on voice, linguistic diversity, and the value of sociolinguistic understanding in education
YouTube: Seminar Recordings
YouTube Playlist: Seminar Series | Nexus: The Belonging Research Network
If you were unable to attend our events and are afraid of missing out on event content, rest assured - you'll find recordings of our previous seminars on our YouTube channel. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to keep up with our update!
Note: Some events may not be recorded and therefore not available on YouTube due to the event nature/the format of which they were held.