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Research and Impact A novel approach to learning Hong Kong history using the Historical Geographic Information System (HGIS) Aug 20, 2021 When the topic of history is brought to the table, some may find it difficult or often hair-raising due to the traditionally tedious forms of teaching and presenting through one-way channels. To address this issue, Dr Kwong Chi-Man, Associate Professor from Department of History at HKBU, has developed an interactive map using the approach of Spatial History (or also known as Historical Geographic Information System, HGIS) wherein secondary schools’ teacher and students learn about the Battle of Hong Kong in 1941, through an interactive map. This innovative project has received HK$1.57 million from the Quality Education Fund and aims to stimulate the student’s interest in learning history.