- Ph.D (Biochemistry) : University Louis
Pasteur of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France
- MBA : University of East
Asia (now University of Macau), Macao, China
- BAS (Bachelor of Administrative Studies): York University,
- B.Sc. (Biology) : Chinese University
of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Related Working Experience
- Professor and Chairman of
Biology Department, Chu Hai College, Hong Kong
- Postdoctoral work in
Department of Molecular Biology, University of California, Berkeley, USA;
Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Medical Centre, Houston, Texas, USA;
Cancer Research Laboratory, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario,
- Retired professor (Chemistry): University of Macau, Macao, China
- Environmental Protection
- Environmental Management
- Chinese medicinal herbs
- Traditional Chinese medicine
Recent Research Projects
1.Chinese medicinal herbs of
2. 2010-2012.Tagulao K (PI) and Chan SK (Co-PI). Inventory and Assessment of the Marine Flora of Macao. FDCT, reference 028/2010/A.
3. 2010. Tagulao K (PI) and Chan SK (Co-PI). DNA technology workshops for secondary school students. FDCT, reference 028/2010/P.
a. Articles:Pinck, M., Chan, S.-K.,
Genevaux, M., Hirth, L., and Duranton, H. "Valine Specific tRNA-like
Structure in RNA's of Two Viruses of Turnip Yellow Mosaic Virus
Group", Biochimie, 54, 1093(1972).Lo, W.-H., Tang, S.-Y. and
Chan, S.-K. "The Political Economy of EIA in Guangzhou", Environ.
Impact Assess. Rev. 17(5), 371(1997).Pu Shouzhi, Chan Shek-Kiu,
Wang Ruji, Zhang Fushi, Zhou Xinhong, Sun Fan, Yuan, P. "Crystal
structure of 1,2-bis(2-methyl-5-formyl-thien-3-yl) perfluoro-
cyclopentene, C 5F 6(C 4HSCH 3) 2 (CHO) 2, a
photochromicdiarylethene.", Z. Kristallogr. NCS 217
(2002): 415 - 416.Song Zhenglin, Zhang Fushi,
Li Xue, Chan Shek-Kiu, Zhao Fuqun and Tang Yingwu. "Investigation of
a novel phthalocyanine%u2013like photosensitizer", J. Porphyrins
Phthalocyanines, 2002, 6: 484-488.Pu Shouzhi, Zhang Fushi, Sun
Fan, Wang Ruji, Zhou Xinhong, Chan Shek-Kiu. "The allomorphism of a
photochromic diarylethene", Tetrahedron Letters,
(2003), 44(5): 1011-1014.Lin Lin, Chan Shek Kiu, Zhao
Fu-Qun, Tang Ying-Wu and Zhang Fu-Shi. "Study of Nicotine Acting as
an Uncompetitive Inhibitor of Lipase", Acta Chimica Sinica,62 (10),
2004, pp. 1003-1006.Hong, C.C., Chan, S.K. and Shim, H. Effect of chloride on
biological nutrient removal from wastewater. Journal of Applied Sciences in
Environmental Sanitation,(2007), 2(3):85-92.Chan Shek
Kiu. 2012. The Rare Earth Elements of China. The Proceedings of Research on Social Development and Cultural Exchnge,
Macao, China, August 5-7, 2012: 118-138.
b. Books:Chan Shek Kiu and Tan
Weiquang. Macao Environment in 20 th Century, Macao:
Association of Social Sciences of Macao, 2004.Chan Shek-Kiu and Wu
Qi-Gen. Chinese Medicinal Herbs of Macao (Volume 1), Macao,
University of Macau, 2003.Chan Shek-Kiu and Wu
Qi-Gen. Common Chinese Medicinal Herbs of Macao (Volume 1),
Guangzhou: Guangdong Science and Technology Pres, 2007.Chan
Shek-Kiu and Wu Qi-Gen. Common Chinese
Medicinal Herbs of Macao (Volume 2), Guangzhou: Guangdong Science and
Technology Press, 2009.
. Karen A. Tagulao, Chan Shek
Kiu, Susan Wong, Put O. Ang and Karen Kam. Macao%u2019s Mangroves, University of
Saint Joseph, 2012.
1. Macao Foundation and State
Environmental Protection Administration of China. Development
Policy of Environmental Protection Industry in Macao and Prioritized
Fields of Cooperation with the Mainland, Macao, 2005
Foundation and State Environmental Protection Administration of China. Development Policy of Environmental
Protection Industry in Macao and Prioritized Fields of Cooperation with the
Mainland, Macao, 2005.(Being one of the authors, English version)
3. Cooperation between Guangdong and Macao in the new era: how to help the
Macao residents living in mainland China.
Dec 2007.(Being one of the
authors. The report has been submitted to the Macao government.)
Co-ordinator of 3 reports for Macao government on future light rail system. (Nov
2005, Apr 2006 and Jan 2007. Those
three reports have been submitted to the Macao government.)
Year 1 Master
This module deals with the concepts and principles in ecology, the physical and biological factors that influence the distribution and dynamics of organisms in the various terrestrial and aquatic environments, processes and dynamics of interactions within and among populations of organisms, communities and ecosystems (from populations to ecosystems). Specific examples of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems in Macao such as the forests in Coloane, the wetlands in Taipa and mangrove forest in the Coloane-Taipa area will be discussed and compared to other ecosystems in the world. The ecological, economic and social benefits given by these different ecosystems are also valuated. This is followed by identification of approaches and strategies in ecosystems conservation, primarily relating these to the various services that the natural ecosystems provide. Emphasis is given on current issues on conservation, especially in the Macao context. Students will experience practical field activities to the different ecosystems in Macao, Hong Kong and nearby areas and are expected to develop conceptual conservation proposals for the ecosystems in Macao.
Year 2 Bachelor
Issues of life and science permeate our days. We are constantly challenged by questions about the nature and meaning of life, as well as by the complex implications of scientific advances in areas such as cloning, stem cell research, quantum mechanics, or fractals. Through readings, discussions, reflection and theorizing students will explore these and similar issues and will try to come to a fuller understanding of this interdependence of life and science.
Students will have the time and place to observe, practice and test their learning achievements in areas related to human life. The use of real life situations, scenario building, simulation, introspective exercises and project development and management will create an environment where students will be challenged to question and research the wide range of issues that are central to the emergence and dynamics of life.
Some principles of biogeography and ecology are examined in the context of the human occupation of the earth. Sedimentary, biological and gaseous records of environmental change are described over the time period of the Quaternary epoch, ranging through past ice ages and the Holocene period up to the present day. Case studies are drawn from animal and plant communities, deep sea and ice cores and terrestrial sediment bodies. Past evidence for the impacts of climate change on environmental systems are discussed.
This course will study the structure, composition, and dynamic changes of the earth, its atmosphere, hydrosphere and magnetosphere, based on the principles of physics. Students will also discuss the acquisition, analysis, and interpretation of digital and photographic imagery. Emphasis will also be placed on the use of satellite and aircraft imagery for classification and monitoring of the earth's physical and cultural landscape.
Year 3 Bachelor
Students will experiment with different approaches to identifying, understanding and managing the dynamics of social interaction. Students will be encouraged to use concepts of design and architecture to explore issues such as the dynamics of social environments, organizations, ecology, science and technology, creativity and innovation, media and multimedia. A problematizing approach to learning and the use of cooperative education techniques will enable students to deepen their understanding of complex social issues and environments, and to assist them in developing thoughtful ways of interacting with the world.
Year 4 Bachelor
This course will examine recurring political problems arising in the context of environmental and natural resource protection. Subject areas will include the philosophic and economic underpinnings of the environmental movement, wildlife protection, wetlands preservation, air and water quality improvement, hazardous waste disposal, timber management, and wilderness and park protection. The types of problems examined will include issues of federalism, the proper role for cost (risk) benefit analysis, economic incentives as a management approach, environmental racism, regulatory "taking" of private property without compensation, appropriate roles for the three branches of government in environmental decision-making, international (including trade) environmental issues, and the relative merits of different methods of resolving environmental disputes.
This course will review and analyze recent trends in global health, current problems of health, and the influence of economic, population and social factors on health and living conditions in different countries. The student will acquire the basics of descriptive and analytical epidemiology and understanding of key health indicators used in international comparisons. Looking at the major determinants of health and disease in different national contexts, the student will analyze the main transnational factors that influence the transfer of risks to health and the structural conditions that determine one country's vulnerability in a globalized economy.
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