Jason Hung holds a MSc in Sociology at the London School of Economics. He is an incoming MA in Education, Gender and International Development candidate at University College London. He worked as a socioeconomic transformation intern at United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP). He works as a columnist at South China Morning Post (SCMP) and a visiting student researcher at Rural Education Action Program (REAP), Stanford University. Jason has years of community outreach experience. He is currently helping Rotary of Chiswick in London fundraise to support the delivery of basic education to impoverished rural children in Humla, Nepal. He engaged in community services to teach forced migrants in the United Kingdom soft skills and assisted them to find work placement; impoverished children and youths in mainland China English through interactive pedagogical approaches; and ethnic minority children in Hong Kong S.A.R. Chinese, English, Mathematics and extra-curricular activities. In the future, Jason will pursue PhD studies and participate in extensive community services in education and related fields
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