Sin Ngor Shek is an intern at the Institute since October and will be working with us until mid-November. He will mainly be responsible for doing research about historical and modern Chinese autonomous bodies. He will also be doing studies related to Hong Kong as an autonomous region.
Ngor Shek is majoring in Public International Law at University of Helsinki, and is currently writing his master thesis on self-determination as a failing yet important principle in International Law. Originally from Hong Kong, he graduated with a Bachelor of Law in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interests are related to self-determination, autonomy, treaty law, international transport law and artificial intelligence law. He speaks Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin), English, a little bit of Swedish and Finnish.