Trey Menefee is a social scientist whose research addresses educational inequality issues in middle-income countries. Before beginning his doctorate at the University of Hong Kong, he spent four years working inside the private and public Chinese education system and a year before that teaching learning disabled students in the United States. Menefee is a current faculty member of the Hong Kong Institute of Education's Department of Education Policy and Leadership.

Last Updated: June 29, 2017



What Does Xi Jinping Intend for Hong Kong?

Alvin Y.H. Cheung, Kevin Carrico & more
Chinese Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping visited Hong Kong on Thursday to mark the 20th anniversary of the July 1, 1997 return of the territory to China from the United Kingdom. Since the handover, many Hong Kongers have chafed under...



Just How Successful Is Xi Jinping?

Ian Johnson & Trey Menefee
Last week, Arthur Kroeber, Editor of the China Economic Quarterly opined that “…the Chinese state is not fragile. The regime is strong, increasingly self-confident, and without organized opposition.” His essay, which drew strong, if divided,...