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Hong Kong Studies (FREE ONLINE ACCESS)

Published for the Department of English, CUHK

Bilingual , 2024/02

229 x 152 mm ISBN / ISSN : 2618-0510

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Hong Kong Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to original, intersectional and cross-disciplinary research on Hong Kong affairs from multiple fields in the humanities and the social sciences, including but not limited to literature, linguistics, cultural studies, sociology, politics, history, education, and gender studies. With international advisory and editorial boards, Hong Kong Studies is the world’s first bilingual academic journal to focus on Hong Kong as a site of debate in these fields. Teachers, scholars, researchers, journalists and students interested in the developments of Hong Kong will find this publication a comprehensive and indispensable reference.

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Tammy HO Lai-ming, Hong Kong Baptist University

Michael O’SULLIVAN, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Eddie TAY, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Michael TSANG, Birkbeck, University of London



Stephen CHAN Ching-kiu, Lingnan University

Rey CHOW, Duke University

Stuart CHRISTIE, Hong Kong Baptist University

Stephen CHU Yiu-wai, The University of Hong Kong

Helene FUNG Hoi-lam, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Elaine HO, The University of Hong Kong

Louise HO, Australia

Douglas KERR, The University of Hong Kong

Andy KIRKPATRICK, Griffith University

Leo LEE Ou-fan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

LO Kwai-cheung, Hong Kong Baptist University

LUI Tai-lok, The Education University of Hong Kong

Eva MAN Kit-wah, Hong Kong Baptist University

Gina MARCHETTI, The University of Hong Kong

Stephen MATTHEWS, The University of Hong Kong

Timothy O’LEARY, University of New South Wales

PANG Lai-kwan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Jason S. POLLEY, Hong Kong Baptist University

Douglas ROBINSON, Hong Kong Baptist University

Steve TSANG, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

Jessica YEUNG, Hong Kong Baptist University

Audrey YUE, National University of Singapore​

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Volume 4 Number 1 (Spring 2024)
Volume 3 Number 2 (Summer 2023)
Volume 3 Number 1 (Summer 2021)

Table of Contents


The Translocalism of Hong Kong Popular Culture: An Analysis of a Critical Internet Meme Co-created Across Hong Kong and China

Chew Ming-tak Matthew



Corner: Retiring in Hong Kong

Two Retired Academics: A Progress Report of Works in Progress

Gwendolyn Gong and John H. Powers

Book Reviews

The Economic Roots of the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong: Globalization and the Rise of China. By Louis Augustin-Jean and Anthea H.Y. Cheung.

Cheang Kai-hang

The Appearing Demos: Hong Kong During and After the Umbrella Movement. By Pang Laikwan.

Ann Gillian Chu

From a British to a Chinese Colony? Hong Kong Before and After the 1997 Handover. Edited by Gary Luk Chi-hung.

Charles Fung Chi-keung

The Hong Kong Modernism of Leung Ping-kwan. By C. T. Au.

Sarah Lee Sze-wah

Found in Transition: Hong Kong Studies in the Age of China. By Chu Yiu-wai.

Pinky Lui Chung-man

Screening Communities: Negotiating Narratives of Empire, Nation, and the Cold War in Hong Kong Cinema. By Chang Jingjing.

Mitchell Ma and Mira Chow

Hong Kong Dark Cinema: Film Noir, Re-conceptions and Reflexivity. By Kim-hui E. Elain Chan.

Carlos Rojas

Challenging Beijing’s Mandate of Heaven: Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement and Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement. By Ho Ming-Sho.

Ophelia Tung Ho-yiu

The Umbrella Movement: Civil Resistance and Contentious Space in Hong Kong. Edited by Ma Ngok and Edmund W. Cheng.

 Justin Wu


Volume 2 Number 1 (Spring 2019)
Volume 1 Number 2 (Fall 2018)
Volume 1 Number 1 (Spring 2018)

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