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By Ming-chun Sinn and Cheuk-lun Yuen.

Published by The International Journal of Civic, Political, and Community Studies

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Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Published by The International Journal of Civic, Political, and Community Studies.

Ming-chun Sinn

Student, Laws Consortium, University of London, UK

Ming-chun Sinn is currently studying the Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) of the University of London International Programme. He received his co-terminal double degrees in Bachelor of Arts (English Studies) and Bachelor of Education (English Language Education) (First Class Honours) from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2010 as well as Postgraduate Certificate in Public Order Studies from the School of Professional and Continuing Education, The University of Hong Kong in 2014. He has published a number of papers and sits on the editorial boards of leading international research journals including The International Journal of the Book, The International Journal of Learning, The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations and The International Journal of the Humanities. His current research focuses on jurisprudence beyond Northo-centric epistemologies as well as human rights law regime pertaining to public order and prostitution in postcolonial Hong Kong.

Cheuk-lun Yuen

Student, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Cheuk-lun Yuen is currently studying Postgraduate Certificate in Laws (equivalent to the Legal Practice Course in England and Wales) at The University of Hong Kong. Keen on clinical legal education, he also provides pro bono legal service for the community at The University of Hong Kong. Graduated with Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) from The University of Hong Kong in 2014, he is interested in legal philosophy, public international law, property law and insolvency law. His current research focuses on private international law and human rights law regime pertaining to prostitution in postcolonial Hong Kong.