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Ms Wing Yin Anna Tsui

MPhil Student

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Ms Wing Yin Anna Tsui
  • Anna is an MPhil student supervised by Professor Karen Joe-Laidler. Before joining the University of Hong Kong, Anna completed her undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford. Her research interests lie in border criminology, refugee studies and labour studies. She is interested in the uses and impacts of immigration detention, as well as labour relations experienced by the socially marginalised.

  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Philosophy, Politics and Economics

    University of Oxford

    • Border criminology

    • Refugee Studies

    • Labour studies

  • ‘A game you cannot win’: Constructing deportability of immigration detainees in Hong Kong

  • Swire Undergraduate Scholarship, University College, University of Oxford (2015-2018)

    Harold Wilson Prize, University College, University of Oxford (2018)

    Charles Frankland Moore Award, Hong Kong Sino-British Fellowship (2014)

  • Au-Yeung, T. C., Chan, C. K.-C., Ming, C. K. K. and Tsui, W. Y. A. (2024) “The gig economy, platform work, and social policy: food delivery workers’ occupational welfare dilemma in Hong Kong,” Journal of Social Policy. Cambridge University Press, pp. 1–19. doi: 10.1017/S0047279423000673.

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