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  • Hong Kong Studies (Print Version)

Hong Kong Studies (Print Version)

Published for the Department of English, CUHK

Bilingual , 2020/06

229 x 152 mm , 256pp ISBN : 2618-0502

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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, Newcastle University



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​

HONG KONG STUDIES – Call for Papers 

Hong Kong Studies (published by The Chinese University Press) is now accepting articles and reviews written in English or traditional Chinese for a general issue of the journal, tentatively scheduled for publication in the first half of 2021. Hong Kong Studies is the first bilingual academic journal to focus on Hong Kong from an interdisciplinary perspective. The editors believe that the timely expansion of the field of Hong Kong Studies warrants a journal of its own, in order to provide a focused platform for facilitating exchange between different disciplines and viewpoints in relation to Hong Kong. We welcome papers from multiple fields in the humanities and the social sciences, including but not limited to literature, linguistics, cultural studies, philosophy, sociology, politics, history, education, and gender studies. We also encourage intersectional and cross-disciplinary dialogues on Hong Kong affairs.

Articles no longer than 6,000 words in English and 8,000 words in Chinese (including footnotes) and scholarly reviews (books, films, performances) between 1,200 and 2,000 words should be sent to hongkongstudies@cuhk.edu.hk before 15 September 2020 for consideration. If you are interested in writing a review for Hong Kong Studies, please first write to the editors to discuss the suitability of the selected item. When submitting your work, please follow our style sheet available here: https://goo.gl/UyLM8A. Please also provide an abstract of 250 words and a short biographical note of no more than 50 words on a separate page. Submissions will be double-blind reviewed.





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Volume 2 Number 2 (Fall 2019)

Table of Contents


Tammy Ho, Michael O’Sullivan, Eddie Tay, Michael Tsang


Resistant Narratives at the Edge of the Sovereign State: Pirate Ocean and Farmer Enclave in Hong Kong, 1950s–2010s

Lo Kwai-cheung

Silencing the Local: Censorship of Ten Years and the Localist Movement in Hong Kong

Annie Hui

Governing Intangible Heritage: Intergovernmentalism and the Structuration of Intangible Heritage Governance in Hong Kong

Jonathan Paquette and Devin Beauregard

Hong Kong Studies Research School

A “Constitutional Experiment” Before and After the Shek Kip Mei Fire: The Vesting of Public Housing Responsibilities in the Urban Council, 1948–1954

Chui Wing-kin

Wong Kar-wai’s Jianghu as Method: Reimagining Hong Kong in The Grandmaster

Dickson Cheung

Academic Interviews

A Short Conversation with Professor Leo Ou-fan Lee on the State of the Humanities in Hong Kong

Michael O’Sullivan, with Leo Ou-fan Lee

The Hong Kong Generation, 1967–1984: An Interview with Professor Wong Kin-yuen

Stuart Christie, with Wong Kin-yuen

Book Reviews

Cultural Conflict in Hong Kong: Angles on a Coherent Imaginary. Edited by Jason S. Polley, Vinton W. K. Poon, Wee Lian-hee.

Douglas Kerr

Conjecturing Hong Kong’s Future: Lam Hang-chi’s Editorials from the Hong Kong Economic Journal, 1975–1984. By Lam Hang Chi. Edited and translated by J. S. Kung.

Ng Meng-hin

Hong Kong and Bollywood: Globalization of Asian Cinemas. Edited by Lee Tse-hei Joseph and Satish Kolluri.

Romi Jain


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

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