BA, MPhil, PhD (HKU)

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • Lecturer,
    General Education Foundation Programme

Academic Interests

  • Modern and contemporary Chinese literature
  • Classical Chinese literature
  • Chinese intellectual history
  • Teaching classics for general education


  • 2012:
    • “From White Dog Swing to Nuan: A glimpse into Mo Yan’s fiction and the movie adapted from it”, Hong Kong Literature Bimonthly, No. 61 (Oct, 2012), pp.85-88.
    • “A study of Fei Ming’s poetry composed in the 1930s”, Journal of Hubei University, Philosophy and Social Science, Vol. 39, No. 4 (Jul, 2012), pp.74-78.
    • “A study of Wang Zengqi’s rewritings on Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio”, Journal of Xiaogan University, Vol. 32, No. 3 (May, 2012), pp.42-47.
    • “The epochal significance of Fei Ming’s poetics”, in Collected Papers on the Seventh International Conference on Oriental Poem Studies, Taichung: Wentingge Publishing Company, 2012, pp.1385-1405.
  • 2011:
    • “A study of Chi Zijian’s All Nights in the World”, Hong Kong Literature Quarterly, No. 53 (Apr, 2011), pp.65-72.
  • 2008:
    • “A study of the object-chanting poetry of Liang Bingjun”, in Years of Flying High: Hong Kong Literature since 1949, Hong Kong: School of Chinese, The University of Hong Kong, 2008, pp.352-369.
    • “A fusion of classical poetry and folk literature in Wang Zengqi's novels”, Journal of Chinese Literary Studies, No.13 (Oct, 2008), pp.56-65.
    • “On the significance of advocating ‘Children Reading the Chinese Classics’ in Hong Kong”, Journal of Shaanxi Normal University, Vol. 37 Sup. (Mar, 2008), pp.92-98.
  • 2007:
    • “The aesthetic features of Fei Ming’s novel The Bridge”, Hong Kong Literature Monthly, No. 13 (Feb, 2007), pp.63-73.