Chong obtained a LLM degree in public law from LSE after she completed her LLB degree at China University of Political Science and Law. She also studied law at the University of Helsinki as a state-sponsored visiting student. Prior to her PhD study at HKU, she practiced law in the field of government and public affairs. Her research interests lie in public law, human rights law, and comparative constitutional law, especially in non-liberal constitutionalism.
Field of Study: Chinese Constitutional Law, Public Law and Human Rights Law, Constitutional Theory
Thesis Title: Institutionalisation of Rights Protection in China through Constitutional Review
Programme of Study: Ph.D.
Supervisor(s): Albert Chen