LLM Hong Kong vs. Singapore


I am thinking about doing an LLM next year in either Hong Kong or Singapore, since my firm does a lot of business with Asian businesses (especially in China).

What is the thinking about these law schools?

NUS (Singapore)
CUHK (Hong Kong)
HKU (Hong Kong)

I would like to study either Chinese law or Asian law.

Any advice on which to select would be appreciated. Also, does anybody know if the NYU/NUS LLM in Global Business Law will be relaunched any time soon?
I am thinking about doing an LLM next year in either Hong Kong or Singapore, since my firm does a lot of business with Asian businesses (especially in China).

What is the thinking about these law schools?

NUS (Singapore)
CUHK (Hong Kong)
HKU (Hong Kong)

I would like to study either Chinese law or Asian law.

Any advice on which to select would be appreciated. Also, does anybody know if the NYU/NUS LLM in Global Business Law will be relaunched any time soon?
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Nobody has any thoughts?
Nobody has any thoughts?
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acheung
Have u got any offer yet?
Have u got any offer yet?
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