Economic Transformation and Social Stratification in

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Spring 2012 Meeting of ISA RC28
Economic Transformation and Social Stratification
in Comparative Perspectives
Hong Kong, May 10-13, 2012
Conference Program
Last updated on 27 April, 2012
Organizers
Xiaogang Wu
Tony Tam
Yuetwah Cheung
James Lee
Raymond Wong
Yu Xie
Director, Center for Applied Social and Economic Research
Professor, Division of Social Science, HKUST
Professor, Department of Sociology, CUHK
Department Chair and Professor, Department of Sociology,
CUHK
Dean and Chair Professor, Office of the Dean of Humanities and
Social Science, HKUST
Professor, Division of Social Science, HKUST
Otis Dudley Duncan Professor, Sociology and Statistics,
Department of Statistics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Adjunct Professor, Department of Sociology, CUHK
Sponsors
Center for Applied Social and Economic Research,
Department of Sociology,
The Hong Kong University of
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Science and Technology (HKUST)
(CUHK)
Part I: Conference Program: An Overview (pp. 2-4)
Part II: Detailed Conference Program: Plenary Sessions and Regular Sessions (pp. 5-28)
Part III: Detailed Conference Program: Poster Sessions (pp. 29-32)
Part IV: Conference Information (pp. 33-34)
Part I: Conference Program: An Overview (pp. 2-4)
Day 1: Thursday, May 10, 2012
18:00-19:30
Registration and Reception (CYT Ground Floor Lobby)
Day 2: Friday, May 11, 2012
08:30-09:00
09:00-09:10
09:10-10:40
10:40-11:00
11:00-12:30
12:30- 14:00
14:00-15:30
15:30-16:20
16:20-17:50
Registration
(CYT G/F Lobby)
Welcome
(CYT LT1)
Plenary session I
Social Mobility: New Methods and Perspectives (CYT LT1)
Break
(CYT Level 2 Lobby)
Regular sessions
1.
Assortative Mating
(CYT LT5)
2.
Social Mobility I
(CYT LT6)
3.
Education and
Cognitive
Outcomes
(CYT LT8)
4.
Migration
/Immigration
(CYT201)
Lunch break
(CC Staff Club)
Regular sessions
5.
Education and
Gender
(CYT LT5)
6.
Social Mobility II
(CYT LT6)
7.
Marriage and
Family Formation
(CYT LT8)
8.
Poverty
(CYT201)
Break
Poster session I
(CYT Level 2 Lobby)
Regular Sessions
9.
Education:
Migration and
Immigration
(CYT LT5)
10. Comparative
Analysis of
Education
(CYT LT6)
11. Market Transition
and Earnings
Inequality
(CYT LT8)
12. Health Inequality I
(CYT201)
2 Day 3: Saturday, May 12, 2012
09:00-10:30
Regular sessions
10:30-10:50
Break
(CYT Level 2 Lobby)
Plenary session II
10:50-12:40
12:40- 14:00
14:00-15:30
15:30-16:20
Lunch
(CC Staff Club)
Regular sessions
16:20-17:50
Break
Poster session II
(CYT Level 2 Lobby)
Regular sessions
18:30
Conference Dinner
13. Economic
Restructuring and
Stratification
(CYT LT5)
14. Education and
Income Inequality
(CYT LT6)
15. Migration/Immigrat
ion and Earnings
(CYT LT8)
-
Occupational Status (in Honor of Donald Treiman)
(CYT LT1)
RC28 Board Meeting (SB 408)
16. Health Inequality II
(CYT LT5)
17. Higher Education:
Unequal Access
(CYT LT6)
18. Women’s
Contribution to
Income Inequality
(CYT LT8)
-
19. Subjective
Wellbeing
(CYT LT5)
20. Educational
Inequality
(CYT LT6)
21. Unemployment
(CYT LT8)
-
Abbreviation of Venues
CYT -- Cheng Yu Tung Building, CUHK Campus
CYT LT1 (G/F); CYT LT5 CYT LT6 & CYT 201 (2/F); CYT LT8 (3/F)
CC Staff Club -- Chung Chi College Staff Club, CUHK Campus (Opposite the College Chapel)
SB 408 – 4/F, Sino Building, CUHK Campus
3 Day 4: Sunday, May 13, 2012
09:00-10:30
Regular sessions
10:30-11:20
Break
(CYT Level 2 Lobby)
Regular sessions
11:20-12:50
12:50- 14:00
14:00-15:30
Lunch
(CYT Level 2 Lobby
& Level 3 Café 12)
Plenary Session III
22. Educational
Attainment:
Parents and
Grandparents
(CYT LT5)
23. Gender and
Employment
(CYT LT6)
24. Subjective
Consequences of
Inequality
(CYT LT8)
25. Social Capital
(CYT201)
26. Status Attainment
(CYT LT5)
27. Housing
Inequality and
Residential
Segregation
(CYT LT6)
28. From School to
Work Transition
(CYT LT8)
29. Hukou, Education,
Migration and
Social Mobility in
China
(CYT201)
RSSM Editorial Board Meeting (SB 408)
Comparative Analysis of Social Stratification and Mobility (Closing Session in Honor of Donald
Treiman) (CYT LT1 )
Day 5: May 14, 2012
An optional day-trip organized by Raymond Wong and Cheung Sin Yi to one of the outlying islands in Hong Kong, Lamma Island. The expected expense
will be around HK $320 (approximately US$40), including public transportation and food.
4 Part II: Detailed Conference Program: Plenary Sessions and Regular Sessions (pp. 5-28)
Day 2: Friday, May 11, 2012
08:30 –
09:00
Registration
Venue: CYT G/F Lobby
09:00 –
09:10
Welcome
Venue: CYT LT1
James Lee
Dean, School of Humanities and Social Science
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Yuetwah Cheung
Chair, Department of Sociology
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
09:10 –
10:40
Plenary Session I
Social Mobility: New Methods and Perspectives
Venue: CYT LT1
Donald Treiman (Chair)
University of California, Los Angeles
Email: [email protected]
Mike Hout (Discussant)
University of California, Berkeley
Email: [email protected]
[AS0228] Education and Social Mobility: New Analytical Approaches
Richard Breen (Email: [email protected])
Yale University
Kristian Bernt Karlson (Email: [email protected])
Aarhus University
[AS0034] Social Mobility in Multiple Generations
Robert D. Mare (Email: [email protected])
University of California, Los Angeles
Xi Song (Email: [email protected])
University of California, Los Angeles
[AS0073] Dutch Three-generation Models for Educational and Occupational Attainment
Wout Ultee (Email: [email protected])
Radboud University Nijmegen
Jochem Tolsma (Email: [email protected])
Radboud University Nijmegen
Maarten Wolbers (Email: [email protected])
Radboud University Nijmegen
10:40 –
11:00
Break
CYT Level 2 Lobby
5 11:00 –
12:30
Regular sessions
1. Assortative Mating
Venue: CYT LT5
James Lee (Chair)
The Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology
Email: [email protected]
Robert D. Mare (Discussant)
University of California, Los Angeles
Email: [email protected]
[AS0029] Assortative Mating without Assortative Preference
Yu Xie (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
Siwei Cheng (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
Xiang Zhou (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
[AS0183] The Evolution of Assortative Mating in Modernizing China
Yaqiang Qi (Email: [email protected])
Renmin University of China
Jianlin Niu (Email: [email protected])
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
[AS0565] Mate Preferences and Marriage Market Dynamics
Elizabeth Bruch (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
[AS0093] Economic Development and Status Closure in China: A Multidimensional Perspective
on Assortative Mating
Hania Fei Wu (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Tony Tam (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
2. Social Mobility I
Venue: CYT LT6
Richard Breen (Chair)
Yale University
Email: [email protected]
Tak Wing Chan (Discussant)
University of Oxford
Email: [email protected]
[AS0219] Social Mobility in China and Britain: A Comparatives Study
Yaojun Li (Email: [email protected])
Manchester University
Jianxun Kong (Email: [email protected])
Manchester University
6 11:00 –
12:30
[AS0108] Education and Increasing Social Fluidity in a Period of Economic Transformation:
Evidence from the Italian Case
Carlo Barone (Email: [email protected])
University of Trento
[AS0042] Are the Optimistic Trends Really Optimistic? Some Peculiarities of Social Mobility in
Russia
Larisa Kosova ([email protected])
Higher School of Economics
[AS0047] How Our Findings Reflect Our Methods? An Explorative Study of Social
Stratification in Three European Countries Using Metric and Categorical Approaches
Yannick Lemel (Email: [email protected])
CREST
Gunn Elisabeth Birkelund (Email: [email protected])
University of Oslo
Dominique Joye (Email: [email protected])
Lausanne University
3. Education and Cognitive Outcomes
Venue: CYT LT8
Hiroshi Ishida (Chair)
University of Tokyo
Email: [email protected]
Suet-Ling Pong (Discussant)
Penn State University and the Chinese
University of Hong Kong
Email: [email protected]
[AS0022] Learning, Nature or Nurture in Upper Secondary School Grades
Anders Holm (Email: [email protected])
Aarhus University
Anders PurupTrolle (Email: [email protected])
Aarhus University
[AS0158] Unequal Access to Shadow Education and Its Impacts on Academic Outcomes:
Evidence from Korea
Jaesung Choi (Email: [email protected])
University of Pennsylvania
[AS0556] Capitals Lead to Performance?: Educational Stratification in Urban China
Yanbi Hong (Email: [email protected])
The University of Hong Kong
Yandong Zhao (Email: [email protected])
Chinese Academy of Science and Technology for Development
[AS0174] Examining the effect of social stratification on cognitive outcome of child and
adolescent: Evidence from Chinese Family
Xiao Wang (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
7 11:00 –
12:30
4. Migration/Immigration
Venue: CYT201
Dongshu Ou (Chair)
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Email: [email protected]
Eric Fong (Discussant)
University of Toronto
Email: [email protected]
[AS0547] Determinants and Consequences of Peasant Labor Migration in Contemporary China
Donald Treiman (Email: [email protected])
University of California, Los Angeles
[AS0135]Ethnic Minority Labour Market Integration in Britain: A Generational Improvement
for All?
Sin Yi Cheung (Email: [email protected])
Cardiff University
[AS0136]Migrants’ Integration in the Host Society: Assimilation or Persistent Disadvantage?
Nazareno Panichella (Email: [email protected])
University of Milan
Gabriele Ballarino (Email: [email protected])
University of Milan
[AS0051] Jewish Immigration to Israel 1948-2008: Trends in Education Levels, Wages, and
Economic Assimilation
Yinon Cohen (Email: [email protected])
Columbia University
Yitchak Haberfeld (Email: [email protected])
Tel Aviv University
12:3014:00
Lunch Break
Venue: CC Staff Club
8 14:00 –
15:30
Regular sessions
5. Education and Gender
Venue: CYT LT5
Sin Yi Cheung (Chair)
Cardiff University
Email: [email protected]
Amy Hsin (Discussant)
City University of New York
Email: [email protected]
[AS0155] The Gender Gap in Mathematics Performance across Russian Regions
Alexey Bessudnov (Email: [email protected])
Higher School of Economics
Alexey Makarov (Email: [email protected])
Higher School of Economics
[AS0106] The Rise of Women: The Female Advantage in Education and its Sources
Claudia Buchmann (Email: [email protected])
The Ohio State University
Thomas DiPrete (Email: [email protected])
Columbia University
[AS0112] Selection on Gender along the Educational Pipeline in China
Hua Ye (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Chunni Zhang (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
[AS0076] Single-Sex Schooling and Mathematics Performance: Comparison of Sixteen
Countries in PISA 2006
Helen Law (Email: [email protected])
Australian National University
Doo Hwan Kim (Email: [email protected])
Duksung Women's University
6. Social Mobility II
Venue: CYT LT6
Yaojun Li (Chair)
University of Manchester
Email: [email protected]
Richard Breen (Discussant)
Yale University
Email: [email protected]
[AS0013] Intergenerational Social Mobility during Modernization: A Micro-level Study of a
Community in Southern Sweden 1820-1968
Jonas Helgertz (Email: [email protected])
Centre for Economic Demography, Lund University
Martin Dribe (Email: [email protected])
Lund University
Bart Van de Putte (Email: [email protected])
Ghent University
9 14:0015:30
[AS0204] Inherited Ability or Lineage Wealth? The Ladder of Social Success in Late Imperial
China Reconsidered (1798-1895)
Qin Jiang (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
James Kai-sing Kung (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
[AS0137] Industrialization, Economic Change, and Intergenerational Social Mobility. The
Hungarian Historical Mobility Project, 1850-1950
Zoltan Lippenyi (Email: [email protected])
Utrecht University
Ineke Maas (Email: [email protected])
Utrecht University
Marco H.D van Leeuwen (Email: [email protected])
Utrecht University
[AS0009] Beyond the End of Class? Social Inequalities, Social Change and the Reproduction of
Old Social Formations and Identities
Andreas Hadjar (Email: [email protected])
University of Luxembourg
Rolf Becker (Email: [email protected])
University of Berne
7. Marriage and Family Formation
Venue: CYT LT8
Zhen Zeng (Chair)
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Email: [email protected]
Jean Yeung (Discussant)
National University of Singapore
Email: [email protected]
[AS0189] Understanding Courtship among Japanese Youth
Hiroshi Ishida (Email: [email protected])
University of Tokyo
[AS0110] Changing Economic Contexts and Education-Marriage Relationship in Japan and
Korea
Hyunjoon Park (Email: [email protected])
University of Pennsylvania
Jae Kyung Lee (Email: [email protected])
Ewha Womans University
Inkyung Jo (Email: [email protected])
Ewha Womans University
[AS0572] Changing Effects of Determinants in Transition to First Marriage: Evidence from
China, 1941-2003
Jia Yu (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
10 14:0015:30
[AS0128] Similarity of Siblings’ Family Formation
Jani Erola (Email: [email protected])
University of Turku
Anette Fasang (Email: [email protected])
Humboldt-University Berlin
Aleksi Karhula (Email: [email protected])
University of Turku
Marcel Raab (Email: [email protected])
WZB - Social Science Research Center Berlin
8. Poverty
Venue: CYT201
Raymond Wong (Chair)
The Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology
Email: [email protected]
Lingxin Hao (Discussant)
Johns Hopkins University
Email: [email protected]
[AS0083] Youth Poverty in Twenty-three Countries
Tsui-o Tai (Email: [email protected])
University of Queensland
[AS0028] Paths Into and Out of Poverty among Immigrants in Sweden
Ognjen Obucina (Email: [email protected])
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
[AS0115] Temporal Patterns of Poverty and Child Educational Attainment
Dohoon Lee (Email: [email protected])
New York University
[AS0151] Discrimination and Poverty in the United States
Samuel Lucas (Email: [email protected])
University of California, Berkeley
15:30 –
16:20
Break
Poster session I (For detailed information please refer to Part III)
Venue: CYT Level 2 Lobby
11 16:20 –
17:50
Regular sessions
9. Education: Migration and Immigration
Venue: CYT LT5
Eric Fong (Chair)
University of Toronto
Email: [email protected]
Zhen Zeng (Discussant)
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Email: [email protected]
[AS0012] Cultural Capital Does Not Travel Well: Immigrants, Natives and Achievement in
Israeli Schools
Yossi Shavit (Email: [email protected])
Tel Aviv University
Liliya Leopold (Email: [email protected])
Bamberg University
[AS0161] A Comparative Analysis of Second Generation Immigrant Disadvantage in Education
Herman van de Werfhorst (Email: [email protected])
University of Amsterdam
Anthony Heath (Email: [email protected])
University Of Oxford
Erika van Elsas (Email: [email protected])
University of Amsterdam
[AS0217] Who They Were There: Immigrants’ Educational Selectivity and Their Children’s
Educational Attainment
Mathieu Ichou (Email: [email protected])
Sciences Po
[AS0109] Explaining the Achievement Gap Among White, Black and Asian Children:
Discrimination, Stereotyping or Skills?
Amy Hsin (Email: [email protected])
Queens College, CUNY
Yu Xie (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
10. Comparative Analysis of Education
Venue: CYT LT6
Martin Kreidl (Chair)
Masaryk University
Email: [email protected]
Raymond Wong (Discussant)
The Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology
Email: [email protected]
[AS0548] Cultural and Material Resources of Parents and Grandparents: Effects on
Educational Outcome across Three Generations in 11 European Countries
Nicole Tieben (Email: [email protected])
Mannheim University
Christian Deindl (Email: [email protected])
University of Cologne
12 16:20 –
17:50
[AS0120] Cross-national Comparison of Educational Pathways and Academic Performance
Vivien Chen (Email: [email protected])
Nanyang Technological University
[AS0084] Variation in the Heritability of Educational Attainment: An International MetaAnalysis
Amelia Branigan (Email: [email protected])
Northwestern University
Jeremy Freese (Email: [email protected])
Northwestern University
Kenneth McCallum (Email: [email protected])
Northwestern University
[AS0061] Do Migrant Girls Always Perform Better? Differences between the Reading and Math
Scores of 15-Year-Old Daughters and Sons of Migrants in PISA 2009 and Variations by Region
of Origin and Country of Destination
Jaap Dronkers (Email: [email protected])
Maastricht University
N. Kornder (Email: [email protected])
Maastricht University
11. Market Transition and Earnings Inequality
Venue: CYT LT8
Yao Lu (Chair)
Columbia University
Email: [email protected]
John R. Logan (Discussant)
Brown University
Email: [email protected]
[AS0086] Market Transition and Market Consolidation: Class Differences in Earnings, Russia
1992-2011
Theodore Gerber (Email: [email protected])
University of Wisconsin
[AS0030] Gender Earnings Inequality in Reform-era Urban China
Guangye He (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Xiaogang Wu (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
[AS0210] Political Capital and Unobserved Ability in Marketization: A Paradox of Income
Returns to Party Membership in China
Angel Ling Zhu (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Tony Tam (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
13 16:20 –
17:50
[AS0196] Validation of the Market Transition Theory on the Basis of Estonian Longitudinal
Studies
Indrek Soidla (Email: [email protected])
University of Tartu
Karmo Kroos (Email: [email protected])
Tallinn University
12. Health Inequality I
Venue: CYT201
Elizabeth Bruch (Chair)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Email: [email protected]
Hiroshi Ishida (Discussant)
University of Tokyo
Email: [email protected]
[AS0016] The Emergence of the Socioeconomic Gradient in Health among Children in
Immigrant Families
Margot Jackson (Email: [email protected])
Brown University
[AS0094] Subjective Social Status, Perceived Social Mobility and Health in China
Lei Jin (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
[AS0096] Where Wealth Matters More For Health: Cross-National Analysis of the WealthHealth Gradient
Moshe Semyonov (Email: [email protected])
Tel Aviv University
Lewin-Epstein Noah (Email: [email protected])
Tel Aviv University
Maskileyson Dina (Email: [email protected])
Tel Aviv University
[AS0552] Challenges to Studying Health Disparities in Unequal Societies: The Case of South
Africa
Sarah Burgard (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
Patricia Chen (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
14 Day 3: Saturday, May 12, 2012
09:00 –
10:30
Regular sessions
13. Economic Restructuring and Stratification
Venue: CYT LT5
Amy Hsin (Chair)
Queens College, CUNY
Email: [email protected]
Ted Gerber (Discussant)
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Email: [email protected]
[AS0060] Transformation for Whose Benefits? Labor’s Share in Manufacturing in Taiwan in
the Early 2000s
Chin-fen Chang (Email: [email protected])
Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica
[AS0040] Organization Size and Economic Stratification in Urban China, 1996-2006
Jun Li (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
[AS0037] Imagination at Work: Postindustrial restructuring and earnings determination at
General Electric
Caroline Hanley (Email: [email protected])
College of William and Mary
[AS0104] Economic Transformation and Changing Opportunity: Trends in Intergenerational
Mobility in Mexico
Florencia Torche (Email: [email protected])
New York University
14. Education and Income Inequality
Venue: CYT LT6
Wim Jansen (Chair)
Utrecht University
Email: [email protected]
Hyunjoon Park (Discussant)
University of Pennsylvania
Email: [email protected]
[AS0036] Impacts of Adult Education on Social Inequalities through the Life-course in Modern
Societies
ElinaKilpi-Jakonen (Email: [email protected])
Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg
Daniela Vono de Vilhena (Email: [email protected])
Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg
Hans-Peter Blossfeld (Email: [email protected])
Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg
[AS0043] The Role of Higher Education Stratification in the Reproduction of Social Inequality
in the Labour Market. A Comparative Study of Recent European Graduates
MorisTriventi (Email: [email protected])
University of Milan-Bicocca
15 09:00 –
10:30
[AS0131] Marketization and Earnings Returns to Human Capital and Political Capital in Urban
China, 1995-2002
Duoduo Xu (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
[AS0079] Gender, Poverty and Educational Attainment in Rural China: New Developments in
an Old Story?
Hua-Yu Sebastian Cherng (Email: [email protected])
University of Pennsylvania
Emily Hannum (Email: [email protected])
University of Pennsylvania
15. Migration/ Immigration and Earnings
Venue: CYT LT8
Yuying Tong (Chair)
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Email: [email protected]
Moshe Semyonov (Discussant)
Tel Aviv University
Email: [email protected]
[AS0057] Human Capital and the Economic Assimilation of Recent Immigrants in Hong Kong
Dongshu Ou (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Suet-ling Pong (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Penn State University
[AS0072] Israeli Palestinian and their Earnings Achievements
Vered Kraus (Email: [email protected])
Haifa University
Yuval Yonay (Email: [email protected])
Haifa University
[AS0082] Ethnic Enclaves Revisited: Effects on Earnings of Migrant Workers in Urban China
Chunni Zhang (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
[AS0562] Earnings of Immigrants in Gateway and Non-gateway Cities in Canada
Eric Fong (Email: [email protected])
University of Toronto
Alice Hoe (Email: [email protected])
University of Toronto
Siyue Tan (Email: [email protected])
University of Toronto
10:30 –
10:50
Break
Venue: CYT Level 2 Lobby
16 10:50 –
12:40
Plenary session II (In Honor of Donald Treiman)
Occupational Status
Venue: CYT LT1
Thomas DiPrete (Chair)
Columbia University
Email: [email protected]
Robert Hauser (Discussant)
University of Wisconsin, Madison, and
National Academy of Sciences
Email: [email protected]
[AS0044] Modernizing Occupational Coding and Scores in the GSS
Michael Hout (Email: [email protected])
University of California, Berkeley
Peter V. Marsden (Email: [email protected])
Harvard University
Tom W. Smith (Email: [email protected])
The University of Chicago
[AS0170] Does the Treiman Constant Really Exist? Changes in the Socioeconomic Ranking of
Occupations in the United States, 1950-2000
Raymond Wong (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
[AS0206] Inequality of Educational Opportunities in Single- and Dual-earner Families in Italy,
1900-1980
Cinzia Meraviglia (Email: [email protected])
University of Eastern Piedmont
Harry Ganzeboom (Email: [email protected])
VU University Amsterdam
12:40 –
14:00
Lunch
Venue: CC Staff Club
RC28 Board Meeting (Venue: SB408)
17 14:00 –
15:30
Regular sessions
16. Health Inequality II
Venue: CYT LT5
Lei Jin (Chair)
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Email: [email protected]
Margot Jackson (Discussant)
Brown University
Email: [email protected]
[AS0067] Gender Stratification in Life Course Health in Rural and Urban China
Feinian Chen (Email: [email protected])
University of Maryland
Susan Short (Email: [email protected])
Brown University
Hongwei Xu (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
Yara Jarallah (Email: [email protected])
Brown University
[AS0185] Regional Variations of Socioeconomic Status, Inequality and Self-Rated Health in
China
Jianlin Niu (Email: [email protected])
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Yaqiang Qi (Email: [email protected])
Renmin University of China
[AS0117] Why Do Rural Chinese Rate Their Health Better Than Do Urban Chinese?
Hongwei Xu (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
[AS0175] Socioeconomic Disparities in Health among the Elderly in China
Weixiang Luo (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
17. Higher Education: Unequal Access
Venue: CYT LT6
Tak Wing Chan (Chair)
University of Oxford
Email: [email protected]
Adam Gamoran (Discussant)
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Email: [email protected]
[AS0233] China’s College Expansion Policy and its Impact on Social Stratification
Wei-Jun Jean Yeung (Email: [email protected])
National University of Singapore
[AS0123] How Fair is Access to More Prestigious UK Universities?
Vikki Boliver (Email: [email protected])
Durham University
18 14:00 –
15:30
[AS0555] Higher Education Expansion and Inequality in China: A Cross-sectional Time-series
Test of the Class Adaptation Hypothesis
Jin Jiang (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Tony Tam (Email: [email protected])
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
18. Women's Contribution to Income Inequality
Venue: CYT LT8
Judith Seltzer (Chair)
University of California, Los Angeles
Email: [email protected]
Yuying Tong (Discussant)
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Email: [email protected]
[AS0138] Does Mom Make a Difference in Child’s Economic Well-being?: Women’s Work and
Household Income in Contemporary Japan
Sawako Shirahase (Email: [email protected])
University of Tokyo
[AS0081] The Employment of Wives and Income Inequality in Japan
Fumiaki Ojima (Email: [email protected])
Doshisha University
[AS0152] Motherhood Penalty and Fatherhood Premium? Gender Disparities of Fertility
Effects on Labor Force Participation in China
Zheng Mu (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
[AS0195] The Use of Foreign Domestic Helpers in Hong Kong: A Discrete Choice Analysis
Hongbo Wang (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
15:30 –
16:20
Break
Poster session II (For detailed information please refer to Part III)
Venue: CYT Level 2 Lobby
16:20 –
17:50
Regular sessions
19. Subjective Wellbeing
Venue: CYT LT5
Meir Yaish (Chair)
University of Haifa
Email: [email protected]
Guang Guo (Discussant)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Email: [email protected]
[AS0172] Inequalities in Objective and Subjective Social Wellbeing
Mark Western (Email: [email protected])
The University of Queensland
Wojtek Tomaszewski (Email: [email protected])
The University of Queensland
19 16:20 –
17:50
[AS0171] Living Environment and Wellbeing in Later life: Exploring Cross-national
Differences in Europe
Wojtek Tomaszewski (Email: [email protected])
The University of Queensland
[AS0122] Wealth and Subjective Well-Being: A German – Israeli comparison
Nora Skopek (Email: [email protected])
The University of Bamberg
Oshrat Hochman (Email: [email protected])
Tel Aviv University
[AS0545] Social Mobility and Happiness in China
Pianpian Carolyn Xu (Email: [email protected])
Yale University
20. Educational Inequality
Venue: CYT LT6
Yossi Shavit (Chair)
Tel Aviv University
Email: [email protected]
Thomas DiPrete (Discussant)
Columbia University
Email: [email protected]
[AS0559] Educational Markets, Testing, Accountability, and Academic Achievement in
Comparative Perspective
Daniel Long (Email: [email protected])
Wesleyan University
Catherine Doren (Email: [email protected])
Wesleyan University
[AS0166] Economic Transformation and Growing Inequality in the Educational System. A
Multilevel Analysis of Schools’ Social and Ethnic Segregation with PISA data from 2000,
20003, 2006 and 2009
Roland Verwiebe (Email: [email protected])
University of Vienna
Bernhard Riederer (Email: [email protected])
University of Vienna
[AS0182] The Later the Less: A Sibling Analysis of Birth Order Effect on Educational
Attainment in Taiwan
Fangqi Wen (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
21. Unemployment
Venue: CYT LT8
Hyunjoon Park (Chair)
University of Pennsylvania
Email: [email protected]
Sarah Burgard (Discussant)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Email: [email protected]
20 16:20 –
17:50
[AS0205] Unemployment and Income Dynamics in European Welfare States
Stefanie Heyne (Email: [email protected])
University of Mannheim
Michael Gebel (Email: [email protected])
University of Mannheim
[AS0099] Unemployment and Wage Inequality
Irma Mooi-Reci (Email: [email protected])
VU University Amsterdam
Tim F. Liao (Email: [email protected])
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
[AS0052] Scars that will not Disappear: Long-term Associations between Adverse Childhood
Conditions, Early-, and Later-life Unemployment in Continental Europe
Martina Brandt (Email: [email protected])
Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy
Karsten Hank (Email: [email protected])
University of Cologne
18:00
Conference Dinner
21 Day 4: Sunday, May 13, 2012
09:0010:30
Regular sessions
22. Educational Attainment: Parents and Grandparents
Venue: CYT LT5
Florencia Torche (Chair)
New York University
Email: [email protected]
Feinian Chen (Discussant)
University of Maryland, College Park
Email: [email protected]
[AS0153] Age of the Mother and Children’s Educational Outcomes
Maarten Buis (Email: [email protected])
University of Tübingen
Juho Härkönen (Email: [email protected])
Stockholm University
[AS0218] The Effects of Grandparents on Children’s Schooling: Evidence from Rural China
Zhen Zeng (Email: [email protected])
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Yu Xie (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
[AS0194] Effect of Grandparents on Adolescent Children’s Education: Evidence from Northern
Taiwan
Yi-Lin Chiang (Email: [email protected])
University of Pennsylvania
[AS0129] Parental Separation, Social Origin and Educational Attainment: The Long-Term
Consequences of Divorce for Children
Fabrizio Bernardi (Email: [email protected])
European University Institute
Jonas Radl (Email: [email protected])
UNED, Madrid
23. Gender and Employment
Venue: CYT LT6
Lingxin Hao (Chair)
Johns Hopkins University
Email: [email protected]
Judith Seltzer (Discussant)
University of California, Los Angeles
Email: [email protected]
[AS0032] Occupational Segregation and Gender Inequality in Job Quality: A multi-level
approach
Haya Stier (Email: [email protected])
Tel Aviv University
Meir Yaish (Email: [email protected])
University of Haifa
22 09:0010:30
[AS0542] Gendered Employment Patterns in China’s “Socialist” and “Laissez Faire”
Countryside
Jing Song (Email: [email protected])
Hong Kong Baptist University
[AS0156] Muslim Women on the Labor Market – Identifying Determinants of Female Labor
Force Participation in the Netherlands
Stephanie Steinmetz (Email: [email protected])
University of Amsterdam
24. Subjective Consequences of Inequality
Venue: CYT LT8
Jean Yeung (Chair)
National University of Singapore
Email: [email protected]
Lei Jin (Discussant)
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Email: [email protected]
[AS0049] Psychological Distress in Post-Reform Urban China
Jia Wang (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
[AS0229] Support for Democracy in Cross-national Perspective: The Detrimental Effect of
Economic Inequality
Robert Andersen (Email: [email protected])
University of Toronto
[AS0145] Perception of Status Structure and Identification of Status Position
Gao Yong (Email: [email protected])
Institute of Social Development, CASS
[AS0186] Subjective Socioeconomic Status, Political Discontent, and the Chinese Urban-Rural
Divide
Qing Lai (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
25. Social Capital
Venue: CYT201
Sin Yi Cheung (Chair)
Cardiff University
Email: [email protected]
Hongbo Wang (Discussant)
The Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology
Email: [email protected]
[AS0550] Social Stratification and Support Networks in Four Chinese Societies
Xiaoguang Fan (Email: [email protected])
Fudan University
Ming Lei (Email: [email protected])
Xi`an Jiaotong University
23 09:0010:30
[AS0173] Genetic Homophily in Friendship Networks
Yilan Fu (Email: [email protected])
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Guang Guo (Email: [email protected])
University of North Caroling at Chapel Hill
[AS0177] Causal Effects of Social Capital on Child Outcomes
Ruth N. Lopez Turley (Email: [email protected])
Rice University
Adam Gamoran (Email: [email protected])
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Alyn Turner (Email: [email protected])
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Rachel Fish (Email: [email protected])
University of Wisconsin-Madison
[AS 0587] Is Social Capital Productive? An Occupational Heterogeneous Observation
Lingwei Wu (Email: [email protected])
Peking University
10:3011:20
Break
Venue: CYT Level 2 Lobby
24 11:2012:50
Regular sessions
26. Status Attainment
Venue: CYT LT5
Matthew McKeever (Chair)
Mount Holyoke College
Email: [email protected]
Florencia Torche (Discussant)
New York University
Email: [email protected]
[AS0098] Status Attainment of Siblings in the Netherlands in the Nineteenth Century –
Explaining Temporal and Spatial Variation in Openness
Antonie Knigge (Email: [email protected])
Utrecht University
Ineke Maas (Email: [email protected])
Utrecht University
Marco H.D. van Leeuwen (Email: [email protected])
Utrecht University
Kees Mandemakers (Email: [email protected])
International Institute of Social History
[AS0563] Attaining Middle Class Jobs among Young Adults in Hong Kong: Timing and
Determinants
Chung Yan Ip (Email: [email protected])
Center for Applied Social and Economic Research
[AS0038] Economic Change and Occupational Stasis: Puerto Rico as a Case Study of Social
Stratification and Development
Harold Toro-Tulla (Email: [email protected])
Center for the New Economy
[AS0092] Gender Differences in the Causal Effect of Peer SES: Evidence from a QuasiExperimental Case Study
Joscha Legewie (Email: [email protected])
Columbia University
27. Housing Inequality and Residential Segregation
Venue: CYT LT6
Hongbo Wang (Chair)
The Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology
Email: [email protected]
Elizabeth Bruch (Discussant)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Email: [email protected]
[AS0027] Segregation by Ethnicity or Class: Newark 1880
John R. Logan (Email: [email protected])
Brown University
Hyoung-jin Shin (Email: [email protected])
Eastern Michigan University
25 11:2012:50
[AS0179] Stratified Housing Choices and Outcomes in Post-Reform China: Evidence from 2005
Micro Census Data
Yushu Zhu (Email: [email protected])
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Qiang Fu (Email: [email protected])
Duke University
Qiang Ren (Email: [email protected])
Institute of Population Research
[AS0024] The Downside of Market Transformation: Local Characteristics, Institutional
Arrangements and Housing Tenure in Reform-era Urban China
Qiang Fu (Email: [email protected])
Duke University
Yushu Zhu (Email: [email protected])
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Qiang Ren (Email: [email protected])
Institute of Population Research
28. From School to Work Transition
Venue: CYT LT8
Sarah Burgard (Chair)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Email: [email protected]
Yossi Shavit (Discussant)
University of Tel-Aviv
Email: [email protected]
[AS0062] Chances and Barriers: Young Women’s School-to-work and School-to-home
transitions in Muslim Middle Eastern and Northern African (MENA) countries
Michael Gebel (Email: [email protected])
University of Mannheim
Stefanie Heyne (Email: [email protected])
University of Mannheim
[AS0075] Educational Attainment and Occupational Prestige at Labor Market Entry in West
Germany: Dissolution or Reinforcement?
Markus Klein (Email: [email protected])
Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES)
[AS0126] Blurring Boundaries Between School and Work in the United States Between the
1980´s and the Early 2000´s: New Dimensions
Felix Weiss (Email: [email protected])
University of Mannheim, Mannheim Centre for European Social Research
Josipa Roksa (Email: [email protected])
University of Virginia
26 11:2012:50
29. Hukou, Education, Migration and Social Mobility
Venue: CYT201
Feinian Chen (Chair)
University of Maryland, College Park
Email: [email protected]
Zhuoni Zhang (Discussant)
The Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology
Email: [email protected]
[AS0543] Inequality in Educational Trajectories in China: The Role of Household Registration
Status and Place of Schooling
Lingxin Hao (Email: [email protected])
Johns Hopkins University
Alfred Hu (Email: [email protected])
Fu-jen Catholic University
Jamie Lo (Email: [email protected])
National Tsing Hua University
[AS0215] Gaining An Urban Residence : Results from An Random effect Event-history Analysis
Alfred Hu (Email: [email protected])
Fu-jen Catholic University
Thung-hong Lin (Email: [email protected])
Insitute of Sociology, Academia Sinica
Jamie Lo (Email: [email protected])
National Tsing Hua University
[AS0558] Women’s Channel of Hukou Mobility and Change Overtime in China: 1955-2010
Jun Xiang (Email: [email protected])
Chinese University of Hong Kong
[AS0184] Tax-for-fee Reform as Exogenous Shocks: The Slowdown of Rural Migration in
Chinese Villages, 1998-2002
Bingdao Zheng (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Yanfeng Gu (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
12:5014:00
Lunch
Venue: CYT Level 2 Lobby & Level 3 Café 12
RSSM Editorial Board Meeting (SB 408)
27 14:0015:30
Plenary session (Closing session in Honor of Donald Treiman)
Comparative Analysis of Social Stratification and Mobility
Venue: CYT LT1
Mike Hout (Chair)
University of California, Berkeley
Email: [email protected]
Yu Xie (Discussant)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Email: [email protected]
[AS0089] Educational Expansion and Educational Returns in Comparative Perspective
Thomas DiPrete (Email: [email protected])
Columbia University
Anne McDaniel (Email: [email protected])
Columbia University
[AS0203] Retrospective Versus Prospective Approaches to the Study of Social Mobility
Xi Song (Email: [email protected])
University of California, Los Angeles
Robert D. Mare (Email: [email protected])
University of California, Los Angeles
[AS0557] The Dual Role of Secondary School Re-entry in Socialist Countries
Martin Kreidl (Email: [email protected])
Masaryk University
[AS0549] Internal Migration, International Migration, and Children's Growth
Yao Lu (Email: [email protected])
Columbia University
28 Part III: Detailed Conference Program: Poster Sessions (pp. 29-32)
Day 2: Friday, May 11, 2012
15:30Poster session I
16:20
1) [AS0224]Public Sector Pay and Worker Characteristics in Britain
Mark Williams (Email: [email protected])
London School of Economics
2)
[AS0149] Is Marriage Premium Distributed Equally to Everyone? Heterogeneous Returns to
Marriage for Individual Well-Being in China
Zheng Mu (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
3)
[AS0208] Persistence and Change in Perceived Employment Uncertainty and Adult Health:
Evidence from the Michigan Recession and Recovery Study
Sarah Burgard (Email: [email protected])
University of Michigan
4)
[AS0102] Fat and Mean? New Evidence on Managerial Positions and Downsizing in the
United States
Matissa Hollister (Email: [email protected])
Dartmouth College
Jaclyn Wypler (Email: [email protected])
Dartmouth College
5)
[AS0118] Intergenerational Transfers of Taste for Science Careers in Comparative
Perspective
Joanna Sikora (Email: [email protected])
Australian National University
Artur Pokropek (Email: [email protected])
Educational Research Institute
6)
[AS0140] Negotiating Gender and Rural-Urban Divide in China: Resilience of Rural Female
University Students in Combating the Structural Discrimination
Yingyi Ma (Email: [email protected])
Syracuse University
Lifang Wang (Email: [email protected])
Syracuse University
7)
[AS0226] Engendering Racial Perceptions: An Intersectional Analysis of How Social Status
Shapes Race
Andrew Penner (Email: [email protected])
UC Irvine
Aliya Saperstein (Email: [email protected])
Stanford University
29 15:3016:20
8)
[AS0564] Social Stratification of Cultural Consumption: Further Evidence from the Taking
Part Survey
Tak Wing Chan (Email: [email protected])
University of Oxford
9)
[AS0187] Occupation Prestige Measures of Chinese Classification of Occupation
Guangye He (Email: [email protected])
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
10) [AS0023] Successes and Failures of Institutional Arrangements in China: Local State
Marketism through the Lens of Urban Housing Market
Qiang Fu (Email: [email protected])
Duke University
Nan Lin (Email: [email protected])
Duke University
11) [AS0212] Does Childcare Reduce Mother’s Influence on their Children’s Education?
Comparing Educational Inequality Across Countries
Nicole Tieben (Email: [email protected])
Mannheim University
Leila Inojatov (Email: [email protected])
University of Cologne
Marita Jacob (Email: [email protected])
University of Cologne
30 Day 3: Saturday, May 12, 2012
15:30Poster session II
16:20
12) [AS0574] An Examination of the Relationship Between States’ Immigrant Population and
Immigrant Legislation
Robert Nathenson (Email: [email protected])
Johns Hopkins University
13) [AS0014] Attitudes and Expectations: Do Attitudes Towards Education Mediate the
Relationship Between Social Networks and Parental Expectations?
Tobias Roth (Email: [email protected])
University of Mannheim
Zerrin Salikutluk (Email: [email protected])
University of Mannheim
14) [AS0077] Demographic Consequences of Flexible Employment in the Early Career: The
Role of Education in the Timing of Family Formation and Dissolution
Marloes de Lange (Email: [email protected])
Radboud University Nijmegen
Sandra Buchholz (Email: [email protected])
Bamberg University
15) [AS0544] Inequality in Income Trajectories among American Children During the Great
Recession
Lingxin Hao (Email: [email protected])
Johns Hopkins University
16) [AS0141] How Do You Pay Your Way Through Higher Education? Personal Financing,
Student Loans and Social Stratification in Germany
Alexandra Schwarz (Email: [email protected])
German Institute for International Educational Research
Rabea Kraetschmer-Hahn (Email: [email protected])
German Institute for International Educational Research
17) [AS0201] Who Gets to Marry in China: Inequalities in Marriage Markets in the Post-Reform
Urban China
Guilherme Kenji Chihaya (Email: [email protected])
Tohoku University
18) [AS0020] Educational heterogamy and the division of paid labor in the family: Comparing
Belgium and Sweden
Eeckhaut Mieke (Email: [email protected])
Ghent University
Maria A. Stanfors (Email: [email protected])
Lund University
Bart Van de Putte (Email: [email protected])
Ghent University
31 15:3016:20
19) [AS0105] Temporal Trends in Intergenerational Social Mobility in Switzerland: A Cohort
Study of Men and Women Born Between 1912 and 1974
Julie Falcon (Email: [email protected])
Univeristé de Lausanne
20) [AS0148] Migrant Background and Higher Education Participation in European
Educational Systems
Dorit Griga (Email: [email protected])
University of Bern, Institute of educational science
Andreas Hadjar (Email: [email protected])
University of Luxembourg
21) [AS0103] The Parenting Strategies of Immigrant Mothers in South Korea
Hyejeong Jo (Email: [email protected])
The University of Pennsylvania
22) [AS0041] Intergenerational Determinants of Income Level in Finland
Outi Sirnio (Email: [email protected])
University of Helsinki
Pekka Martikainen (Email: [email protected])
University of Helsinki
Timo M. Kauppinen
University of Turku ([email protected])
23) [AS0546] The Impact of Marriage and Childbearing on Women's Employment and
Earnings in Urban China and Japan
Pianpian Carolyn Xu (Email: [email protected])
Yale University
32 Part IV: Conference Information (pp. 33-34)
Registration
The Registration Counter is located in the lobby of G/F, Cheng Yu Tung Building, No. 12 Chak Cheung Street,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong. It will be open in the following hours:
May 10, 2012
Thursday
18:00 – 19:30
May 11 & 13
Friday & Saturday
08:30 – 18:00
May 13
Sunday
08:30 – 15:30
Registration Entitlements:
z Admission to all conference sessions
z Coffee breaks, lunches and Conference Dinner
z A Receipt of conference fee paid through on-line registration
Badges
z Badges are mandatory and are required for provision of coffees, lunches, and dinner.
Optional Paid Items:
z Day trip on Day 5 (May 14). Registration to be made at Registration Counter.
z Accompanying guests to Conference Dinner
Presenters’ Information
Presentation in Regular Sessions
Session chairs are responsible for time division in terms of presentation time, discussion time, and time for Q&A,
as well as the specific organization of their sessions. We advise all paper presenters and discussants to contact their
session chairs in advance. In each conference room, there will be a computer and a projector. We advise all paper
presenters to upload their PowerPoint slides to the computer before their session starts.
Poster Presentations
Poster presenters must check in at the Registration Counter on the date of presentation for direction to poster area.
Presenters have to post their own posters and be present at the Poster Presentation Session to answer questions.
They have to remove their posters immediately after their presentations. Uncollected posters will be discarded.
General Information
Conference Website: http://caser.ust.hk
Conference Email: [email protected]
Conference Venue
Cheng Yu Tung Building, No. 12 Chak Cheung Street, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Address in Chinese: 沙田澤祥街 12 號香港中文大學鄭裕彤樓
Address of Co-host in CUHK
Department of Sociology 社會學系
Address: Room 431, 4th Floor, Sino Building, Chung Chi College, CUHK Campus
Address in Chinese: 香港中文大學信和樓 431 室
Tel: (852) 3943 6604 / (852) 3943 6606
33 Conference Lunch
Date: May 11 & 12 (Fri & Sat)
Venue: Chung Chi College Staff Club, CUHK Campus (崇基學院教職員聯誼會)
Address: Opposite the College Chapel, Chung Chi College
Address in Chinese: 香港中文大學崇基學院教堂對面
Tel: (852) 2603 7188
Date: May 13, 2012
Venue: 2/F Lobby & 3/F (Café 12), Cheng Yu Tung Building (One floor above the Registration Counter)
Conference Dinner
Date: May 12, 2012
Time: 18:30 – 20:30
Transportation for Conference Dinner will be available at the main entrance of Cheng Yu Tung Building at
18:00. Shuttle buses to Shatin Hyatt Regency Hong Kong and Royal Park Hotel will be available at Lok King
Street (the main entrance of Plaza Ascot) at 20:30.
Venue: Honorary Family (Fotan) 裕滿人家 (火炭)
Address: G22-30, Plaza Ascot, 1 Tsun King Road, Fo Tan
Address in Chinese: 新界火炭駿景廣場 G22-G30 舖
Tel: 2325 8381
Printing, Telephones and Internet Services
No printing, telephones or internet services would be provided in the conference venues. Participants may buy lowcost sim cards or calling cards at convenient store to make local or international calls.
Use of Mobile Phones
The organisers request all mobile phones to be switched to the silent mode before participants join any session.
No Smoking Policy
All conference venues, campus, and restaurants are smoke free. Participants are advised to take note that smoking
is an offence in all indoor public and working areas in Hong Kong. More information can be obtained from the
Tobacco Control Office at http://www.tco.gov.hk/.
Car Parking
No parking facilities will be provided in campus. Only paid parking is available at Shatin Hyatt Regency Hong
Kong. Limited free parking spaces are available for Conference Dinner.
Accommodation (On participants’ own arrangement)
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Shatin 沙田凱悅酒店 Tel: (852) 3723 7888
Address: 18 Chak Cheung Street, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong
Royal Park Hotel 沙田帝都酒店 Tel: (852) 2601 2111
Address: 8 Pak Hok Ting Street, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong
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