The Division of Humanities offers a wide range of concentrations, including Literature, Film, and Media Studies; Linguistics; History and Anthropology; and Philosophy and Religion. In line with the University’s aim to produce specialists who will not only excel in their technical expertise but also be equipped with a broad outlook on life and the world, the Division offers a diversity of courses for undergraduates in science, engineering, and business and management. A minor program is available for those who wish to pursue further and more intensive training in Humanities. At the postgraduate level, the curriculum is focused and integrated, with a special emphasis on China in the broader, cultural sense to include Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, the Chinese Mainland, and the Chinese diaspora. Moreover, the Humanities program is interdisciplinary and comparative in orientation. China is approached not only as a region but also in a global context (e.g. in relation to Asia and the West). It is also noteworthy that the Humanities Division is not subdivided into traditional departments. Instead, it emphasizes dialogue among the various disciplines within the Division.