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Department of Design

Academic Staff

Dr CHAN Man Hin, Eve

Teaching Fellow

Email evechan@vtc.edu.hk

Dr CHAN Man Hin, Eve

Dr. Chan Man Hin, Eve was awarded her Bachelor and PhD degrees in Fashion and Textiles Marketing and Merchandising from ITC, the HK PolyU in 2004 and 2009 respectively. Prior to joining THEi, Dr. Chan was employed as Research Fellow at the HKCC of the HK PolyU, and Visiting Lecturer of the HKDI and the VTC SHAPE. In terms of her professional experience, Dr. Chan has served as a business controller and manager in the fashion industry for a publicly listed company and an international company, such as Peninsula Knitters Ltd. and H&M respectively. She has extensive work experience in buying, merchandising, marketing and retailing prior to her involvement in the academic field. Her research interests are related to textiles and clothing marketing and management, international trade in textiles and clothing, location analysis as well as econometric modelling.

TEACHING AREAS

  • Final Year Dissertation
  • International Trade in Textiles & Clothing
  • Fashion Marketing and Management
  • Fashion Business Foundation
  • Supply Chain Management

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Fashion & Textile Marketing & Merchandising

    Institute of Textiles and Clothing

    The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Fashion & Textile Marketing & Merchandising 

    Institute of Textiles and Clothing

    The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
  • Student Exchange programme

    School of Fashion Design and Merchandising

    Kent State University, Ohio, USA

 

EMPLOYMENT

  • Lecturer/Project officer

    Clothing Industry Training Authority, Hong Kong
  • Project Manager

    H&M HENNES & MAURITZ (FAR EAST)LTD.
  • Business Controller

    H&M HENNES & MAURITZ (FAR EAST)LTD

RESEARCH, ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS, PUBLIC LECTURES

Research

Recent Competitive Grant:

Principal Investigator. Modelling Country Attractive Factors that affect Hong Kong’s Textiles and Clothing Trade Potential with One Belt One Road Countries. Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, HK$ 476,990, 2018-2019. (UGC/FDS25/B01/17)

 

Publications

Refereed Journal Papers

Lau, Y.Y., Chan, M.H. E. and Nguyen, H.O. “Assessing the Displacement Effect of Exports with Gravity Trade Model: China’s Textile and Clothing Case and OBOR Implications”, (Published in the Journal of International Logistics and Trade, 2017, 15(1): 19-32)

 

Conference Papers

M. H. Eve Chan, W. C. Alice Chu, Y. Y. Lau, C.K. Danny Ho and H.O. Nguyene. “What Opportunities from the “One Belt, One Road” Initiative for Manufacturing? The Case of Hong Kong's Textiles and Clothing Sectors”, Belt and Road Initiative 2018 - Connectivity in Asia: Trade, Transport, Logistics and Business, 24-26 June 2018, RMIT University, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

 

W. C. Alice Chu, M. H. Eve Chan and Jenny Cheung. “Determinants of Textile and Clothing Bilateral Trade Flow: A review”, Belt and Road Initiative 2018 - Connectivity in Asia: Trade, Transport, Logistics and Business, 24-26 June 2018, RMIT University, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

 

Lau, Y.Y., Chan, M.H. E. and Nguyen, H.O. “Assessing the Displacement Effect of Exports with Gravity Trade Model: China’s Textile and Clothing Case and OBOR Implications.” OBOR Conference, 1-2 Dec. 2016, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

 

W. C. Alice Chu and M. H. Eve Chan. “A Retail Gravity Model for Selecting the Optimal Store Location”, World Transport Convention, "Green and Integrated Development through Innovations", 3-6 June, 2017, Beijing, China

 

M. H. Eve Chan, Y.Y. Lau, W. C. Alice Chu and C.K. Danny Ho. “ How can Hong Kong Help to Develop the Professional Supply Chain Service of Textiles & Clothing Industries under the “One Belt One Road” Initiative?”, World Transport Convention, "Green and Integrated Development through Innovations", 3-6 June, 2017, Beijing, China

 

M. H. Eve Chan, W. C. Alice Chu, C.K. Danny Ho and Y. Y. Lau, C.K. Danny Ho. “The Impact on the Growth of China Clothing Exports towards Asian Developing Countries”, The 14th Asian Textile Conference (ATC14) - “Disruptive Innovations for Textiles and the Supply Chain”, 27 - 30 June 2017, Hong Kong

ACADEMIC AWARDS AND OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS

Research Awards

2017       Best Paper Award: Fashion Design & Business,  The Impact on the Growth of China Clothing Exports towards Asian Developing Countries, The 14th Asian Textile Conference (ATC14), 27-10 June, 2017, Hong Kong

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Textiles and Clothing Marketing and Management
  • International Trade in Textiles & Clothing
  • Econometric Modelling