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M.Phil. - Ph.D. in Cultural Studies
Postgraduate Students

M.Phil. - Ph.D. in Cultural Studies - Postgraduate Students

Postgraduate Students

Cheung Shui Yee

 

Cheung Shui Yee

 

I am an MPhil student in Cultural Studies at CUHK. My project focuses on the intersection of leftist dissident movement and colonialism in Hong Kong's 70s. Through my research, I aim to reinterpret the colonial reality in Hong Kong as an institutional strategy maneuvered by multiple political forces in their border-crossing interactivities oriented to subverting or upholding regional hegemony. I will be studying the intellectual interexchange as well as international/regional activism in the late Fiery 70s of Hong Kong to go beyond the colonized/colonizer dichotomy and locate Hong Kong subjectivity in the dynamic undercurrent beneath the seemingly monolithic rule of colonialism.

 

Tentative Research Topic

The Fiery 70s in Post-Mao Transition: Dissident Left under China-Hong Kong Division System

 

Research Interests

Socialist Dissident, Left-wing Politics, Anti-Colonialism

 

Chung Hiu Yung

 

Chung Hiu Yung

 

I am an MPhil student in Cultural Studies at CUHK. I focus on researching the cinema of Lou Ye, one of the prominent directors of the Sixth Generation of Chinese Cinema. I am interested in genre films such as film noir and melodrama, as well as the relationships between the individual and the state, the body and traumatic experience, as well as sources of film adaptation. I received my BA in English Literature at Durham University in the UK.

 

Tentative Research Topic

The Cinema of Lou Ye: the traumatised body and neoliberalism in postsocialist China

 

Research Interests

Film Studies (Film noir and Melodrama), Chinese Independent Cinema, Queer Theory

 

Email

1155187673@link.cuhk.edu.hk

Feng Lei

 
Feng Lei

 

Feng Lei

 

Feng Lei is a PhD student in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He intends to explore how the "non-urban" sustains but also fundamentally disrupts the formation of urban subjectivity in everyday lives of central Beijing. 

 

Tentative Research Topic

Non-urban space and experience in contemporary urban China

 

Research Interests

Urban culture, everyday life, psychoanalysis

 

Email

fenglei7@126.com

Han Zhuyuan

 
Zhuyuan

 

Han Zhuyuan

 

I’m a PhD Candidate in Cultural Studies. I majored in Chinese literature during my undergraduate studies, and I obtained my Master’s degree in Critical Asian Humanities from Duke University, USA. For my PhD project, I am going to explore the relationship between the reading practice of Chinese urban women and the formation of their female subjectivity during the early twentieth-century. I’d like to investigate how the emergence of women as modern readers on the pages of public print media embodied their engagements with new norms and knowledge, as well as facilitating their feminist awareness, self-identification, and collective identity. I am also interested in studying how the image of “female reader” was developed and deployed by male intellectuals for various ideological purposes.  

 

Research Interests

Modern Chinese print culture; Women’s studies and feminism; Media theory

 

Award

  1. CUHK Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Scholarship (2020-2023)
  2. Duke University Critical Asian Humanities Program Tuition Grant (2019)
  3. The 3rd National Prize of the 11th Literary Work Contest on University Students Nationwide (2016)

 

Publication

  1. Han, Z (2023). “Reflecting on love and sexual discourses and becoming knowledge contributors: Chinese women’s critical reading on The Ladies’ Journal,” Journal of Gender Studies, DOI: 10.1080/09589236.2023.2193880
  2. Han, Z (2023). “想象中的文化雅集﹕作為民國上海媒介文化景觀的’咖啡’與’茶’ (Imaginary Genteel Gatherings: ‘Coffee’ and ‘Tea’ as Cultural Landscape within Popular Media in Republican Shanghai),” 今日世界文學 (Global Literature Today), vol. 8 (Beijing: China Social Science Press) (Forthcoming)
  3. Han, Z (2022). “Woman as the Trope: Perceiving the Altering Conceptions of Chinese Modernity from Females’ Posters before and during Mao’s Era,” Journal of Literature and Art Studies, 12 (12): 1317-1335. DOI: 10.17265/2159-5836/2022.12.012
  4. (Translation) (2020). “Workshop Discussions: On ‘The Grieved Dance,’ ‘Wooden Radio’ & ‘The Vanilla Camp’,” Frontiers of Literary Studies in China, 14 (3): 434-479. DOI: 10.3868/s010‐009‐020‐0019‐6

 

Conference Presentation

  1. Association of Asian Studies Annual Conference 2023 (Virtual Session, 2023.2.17-18)
  2. The British Association of Chinese Studies Annual Conference, Oxford, UK (2022.8.31-9.1)
  3. The 23rd Biennial Conference of the European Association for Chinese Studies, Leipzig, Germany (2021.8.24-28)
  4. The 9th International Academic Forum Asian Conference on Cultural Studies, Tokyo, Japan (2019.5.24-26)
  5. The 3rd University of Oxford China Humanities Graduate Conference, Oxford, UK (2019.4.23-24) 

 

Email

zhuyuan.han@link.cuhk.edu.hk

Hu Wenxi

 
Wenxi

 

Hu Wenxi

 

I majored in Chinese literature during my undergraduate studies at the South Normal University of China. I obtained my MPhil degree in Chinese Contemporary and Modern Literature from the East Normal University of China. I am exploring the representation of human-waste experiences within a trans-media framework for my Ph.D. dissertation. Using "documentary mode" as an opening frame, I examine how photography, art, and poetry visualize environmental waste while facilitating the ambiguous relationship between waste and humans. By exploring what is at stake in defining waste and how these definitions of waste work for specific kinds of people, I am also concerned about how the representation of the human-waste relationship interacts with geopolitical relations, gender politics, and technical aesthetics.

 

Tentative Research Topic

Documenting/ Feeling waste: Documentary Mode and Environmental literature and films in Contemporary China 

 

Research Interests

Environmental humanity, film and media studies, Chinese modern and contemporary literature and culture. 

 

Conference Presentation

  1. Wenxi Hu. 2022."A Critical Reading on the Anti-feminism Discourse by “The Online Left Wing” in Bilibili Platform."The 3rd Kyoto Conference on Arts, Media & Culture. Osaka University, Japan. October 17–20, 2022
  2. Wenxi Hu.2022." Aerial waste: the rhetoric and politics of drone environmental photography." British Association of Chinese Studies 2022 Conference. Oxford university. 31 August-1 September 2022.
  3. Wenxi Hu.2020. "How do Chinese stories translate into English novels: centers on wuxun, an English novel created by Xu Dishan in Hong Kong(中國故事如何翻譯成英文小說:以許地山在港創作的英文歷史小說《武訓》為例 )".Rethinking 20th Century Chinese Literature: The Third Zhongrong National Doctoral Forum(二十世紀中國文學再反思:第三届中融全國博士生論論壇).East Normal university of China. 6-8 November 2020.

 

Publication

  1. Wenxi Hu (11/2021). The romantic narrative features of ancient puppet drama from the ojakin(從《禦賜小仵作》看古偶劇的浪漫敘事特徵),Contemporary TV(.當代電視),8.2021(11):25-30.DOI:10.16531/j.cnki.1000-8977.2021.11.002.
  2. Wenxi Hu (5/2018) .A study on Fragment of Xishi  adapted by Xudishan (許地山改編的粵語劇《西施》殘稿初探). Journal of Modern Chinese(現代中文學刊),2018(05):58-67.

 

Award

CUHK Vice-Chancellor's Ph.D. Scholarship Scheme(2020-2023)(2020-2023)

 

Email

1155160331@link.cuhk.edu.hk 

Lim Chun Lean

 
Lim Chun Lean

 

Lim Chun Lean

 

Lim Chun Lean is a PhD student in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong whose interest lies primarily in the postcolonial condition in Southeast Asia. His current project reflects on the nature of multiculturalism in contemporary Malaysia and attempts to introduce spatial reasoning into the long-established racial constructionist approach, widely adopted by Malaysian scholars, to better understand the metaphysical composition, the cognitive processes, and the lived experience of Malaysian, as well as Southeast Asian, as a whole, derived from this theoretical rearticulation. Prior to his doctoral study, Chun Lean received his academic training at Nanyang Technological University and Lingnan University.

 

Tentative Research Topic

Inside Multiculturalism: The Trialectics of Race in Malaysia Conceptualized

 

Research Interests

Postcolonialism, Southeast Asian Critical Theories, Malaysian Studies, Vietnamese Studies, Race and Ethnicities

 

Email

limchunlean@hotmail.com

Lee Chi Shing

 

 

Lee Chi Shing

Lee Chi Shing is a Ph.D. candidate in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His ongoing dissertation project aims to bridge up Hong Kong Studies and the Global Sixties by investigating the radical discourse of home from 1969 to 2021. It addresses a two-fold question: 1) how local activism in Hong Kong can be understood from the perspective of the global Sixties, and 2) how local activism in Hong Kong renews our interpretation of the global landscape of radicalism. Approaching the radical discourse of home as a local lens to interpret the global landscape of the Sixties’ radicalism, the dissertation project argues for an understanding of home that could articulate a more productive politics – not so much the xenophobic, exclusive, and defensive politics than the multifaceted, inclusive, and open-ended. 

 

Tentative Research Topic

The Radical Politics of Home: the Radical Discourse of Home in the Sixties and Post-Sixties Hong Kong, 1969–2016

 

Research Interests

The Global Sixties, Left-wing Politics, Activism, Hong Kong Studies

 

Publication

(Accepted) ”The utopian homeland: New Left internationalism, diasporic Chinese nationalism, and anarchism in Hong Kong, 1969–1973”. The Global Sixties: An Interdisciplinary Journal.

 

Email

Nichishing@gmail.com

Li Jinghui Issac

 
Issac

 

Li Jinghui Issac

 

Li Jinghui is a PhD candidate in Culture Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research focuses on the tongzhi spaces and events in Hong Kong. His thesis explores the entanglements and issues within these flourishing tongzhi-scapes in terms of politics, economy, sexuality, materiality, and affective dimensions. He received his BA in Advertising from Shanghai University in 2018 and his MA in Creative Media from the City University of Hong Kong in 2019.

 

LI Jinghui is also a street photographer active in Hong Kong and mainland China. Inspired by nostalgic and analog photography, his photographs capture the everyday life of the ordinary and the sentimental scenes of the streets in the city. With a distinct composition and coloring style, his street photographs garnered considerable attention on social media and the photographic community. Recently, exhibited as part of the After Sunset Festival at Central’s Fringe Club, his serial photographs Unweaving pay homage to the traditional Cantonese barbershops and hair salons in Hong Kong and Southern China.

 

Tentative Research Topic

Somewhere over the rainbow: The politics and sexualities of tongzhi spaces in Hong Kong 

 

Published work

Li, J. (2023), Reflections on Asian LGBTQ+ Art and Issues at “Myth Makers”. ArtAsiaPacific.

 

Research Interests

Chinese Digital Video and Media Culture, Chinese Gender and Sexuality, Queer Theory, Media and Affect Theory

 

Email

issacli@link.cuhk.edu.hk 

Li Yixiang

 

 

Li Yixiang

Yixiang LI is currently a PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His principal research areas include media theory and contemporary Sinophone fiction, film, and poetry. His PhD dissertation, tentatively entitled Chinese Typewriting: ,” studies the materiality of writing technologies and its impacts on contemporary Chinese poetic and aesthetic expression, aiming to bring out a novel conception of text from a media perspective. Beyond academia, he is also a poet. His creative works have received awards in the mainland and Hong Kong. He is currently the festival manager of International Poetry Nights in Hong Kong.”

 

Tentative Research Topic

Chinese Typewriting: Techno-Linguistic Modernity and Textual Experiments in Literature

 

Research Interests

Writing Technologies; media theory; comparative modernism; modern Chinese poetry; creative writing.

 

Email

1155171894@link.cuhk.edu.hk 

Luo Haoxi

 
Haoxi

 

Luo Haoxi

 

I am a PhD candidate in cultural studies at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. My research interests lie at the intersection of digital games, cultural memory and realism in contemporary China. My thesis project draws on the lenses of cultural studies, memory studies and game studies to examine realistic independent games and their play in the context of Mainland China. It analyses how the text of these games captures the structures of feeling within the changing and tense social reality and personal experience, and how the various practices associated with games, including production, promotion, playing, discussion, etc., shape and reshape the perceptions and memories of revolutionary war history, reform and opening era nostalgia, class, and gender.

 

Tentative Research Topic

Memory and Realism in Chinese Indie Games: History, Nostalgia, Class, and Gender

 

Research Interests

Independent Games, Cultural memory, Realism, Everyday Life, Popular Culture

 

Publication

Luo, Haoxi. 2022. “Games as Heterotopias: Realist Games in China”. British Journal of Chinese Studies, 12(2), 180-187.

 

Conference Presentation

  1. Luo, Haoxi. 2021. “Leisure games and realism - the inspiration of Life Remake Simulator”. Chinese DiGRA Conference 2021. Hong Kong. 4 December 2021.
  2. Luo, Haoxi. 2022. “Realism or Myth? Translating Chinese Parents into Growing Up for the West “. Games in/between China and the West Conference. 12-13 April 2022.
  3. Luo, Haoxi. 2022. “‘Putongren wansui (Long Live the Ordinary People 普通人万岁)’: Everyday Life in the 1990s China in Chinese Nostalgic Indie Games”. Chinese Modernity and Everydayness. Newcastle University. 18 July 2022.

 

Translation works

  1. Wilson, D., & Sicart, M. 2010. 現在就要針對你:虐待性遊戲設計 (Now it's personal: on abusive game design) (羅皓曦譯). 
  2. Maurin, Florent. 2016. 什麼是受現實啟發的遊戲?(What reality-inspired games are) (羅皓曦譯). 

 

Email

haoxi35@gmail.com

Eric Michael Peterson

 
Eric

 

Eric Michael Peterson

 

Eric Peterson is a Ph.D. student in Cultural Studies at CUHK and received his B.S. at Towson University and M.A. at Yonsei University. His research interests span many areas in game studies, particularly the development of communities surrounding speedrunning and digital game modification. He also has a prior background in the cultural history of Korea and Japan.

 

Research Interests

Video Games, Digital Cultures, Cultural Industries, Science and Technology Studies, New Materialism, Cultural History of Korea and Japan

 

Email

ericpeterson@link.cuhk.edu.hk

Pit Hok Yau

 
Tim Pit

 

Pit Hok Yau

 

I am an MPhil student in Cultural Studies at CUHK. I am currently researching the history and discourses of Chinese white dolphins, racehorses, and stray cattle in Hong Kong. Beyond academia, I volunteer as a researcher for The Hong Kong Animal Law and Protection Organisation, an NGO dedicated to more effective legislation on animal welfare in the city and across the globe.

 

Research Interests

Environmental Humanities, Animal Studies, Hong Kong Studies

 

Commentary 

  1. (2023) ‘An exercise in political thought on the wild boar problem [野豬問題的政治思考練習]’, Ming Pao, 17 November. 
  2. (2023) ‘Hong Kong must get serious about protecting cetaceans after whale’s death’, Hong Kong Free Press, 5 August. 
  3. (2023) ‘Hong Kong Jockey Club must ensure animal welfare with a clearer whip rule’, South China Morning Post, 3 August. 
  4. (2023) ‘No time to waste in improving marine animal protection [提升對海洋生物保護 刻不容緩]’. Ming Pao, 28 July. 
  5. (2023) ‘The decline of horseracing industry is a norm, but Hong Kong decides to "keep the horse running" [賽馬業萎縮大勢所趨 香港執意「馬照跑」]’. Hong Kong Animal Post, 2 July. 
  6. (2023) ‘The Hong Kong Story reflected by the reform of CUHK council [中大改革校董會方案反映的「香港故事」]’. Ming Pao, 5 May. 
  7. (2023) ‘Why can’t foreign domestic workers change jobs? Stop discrimination and protect their rights [為何外傭不能「跳工」? 請停止歧視 保障權益]’. Ming Pao, 21 March. 
  8. (2022)  ‘The weight of language: responding to Regina Yip’s claim on “Russophobia” [語言的重量——回應葉劉淑儀「恐俄情緒」論]’. Ming Pao, 13 September. 

 

Personal Page on Inmedia

https://www.inmediahk.net/user/533117/post

 

Email

timpit@link.cuhk.edu.hk

Quizon Juan Miguel Leandro

 
Miguel

 

Quizon Juan Miguel Leandro

Graduate Fellow

(Asian Graduate Student Fellowship Program of the Asia Research Institute - National University of Singapore in 2015)

 

Juan Miguel Leandro Quizon is a PhD student in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is finishing his dissertation on spatial cultures of airports in archipelagic Southeast Asia focusing on monumentalism, mobilizations, and mobilities. His research interest includes urban spatial studies and popular media culture. He was a fellow from the Asian Graduate Student Fellowship Program offered by the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore in 2015. He holds an MA in literary and cultural studies from the Ateneo de Manila University and a BSC in applied corporate management from the De La Salle University - Manila. 

 

Short description

An athlete, classical pianist, and traveler who loves to shower in the rain

 

Tentative Research Topic

Architectonics of Archipelagic Southeast Asian Airport Cultures

 

Research Interests

Urban spatial cultures, popular culture and media

 

Email

miguel.quizon@link.cuhk.edu.hk

Tang Sum Sheung Samson

 

 

Tang Sum Sheung Samson

Samson Tang is a Ph.D. candidate who is currently working on his dissertation on battle royale games, their cultural and emotional impacts, and player experiences. He also holds an M.Phil. on documentary films and affective ecocriticism.

A passionate gamer who plays Fortnite, PUBG, Arcaea, and A Dance of Fire and Ice. He also plays online Texas holdem and international chess.

 

Research Interests

Transgression in games, alternative play practices, media and emotions, global gaming industries, game policies and censorship in China

 

Email

samtang@tutanota.de

Tse Wing Tung Jamie

 
Jamie Tse

 

Tse Wing Tung Jamie

Tse Wing Tung Jamie is a PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her current research aims to dissect technologically-mediated player identity and agency, through a triangulation of race, gender, and sexuality, in video games and game narratives.

 

She received her B.A. and MPhil degrees in Comparative Literature from the University of Hong Kong. Her MPhil thesis investigates the dialogic relationship between romance as an allegory and identity in the context of Hong Kong Transitional Period (1982-1997).

 

Tentative Research Topic

‘Video games as Cultural Texts: Reinventing/Destabilizing Identity and Agency through Game Narratives’

 

Research Interests

Video game studies; Critical theory; Gender and sexuality studies; Postcolonial studies; Hong Kong literature and cultural studies

 

Publication

  1. Tse, Jamie W. T. ‘Re-learning and Un-learning Asian Past and Present through Gaming,Epistemic Genres: New Formations in Digital Game Genres, ed. Gerald Voorhees, Josh Call, Betsy Brey, and Matthew Wysocki, Bloomsbury Publishing. (Forthcoming)
  2. Tse, Jamie W. T. (2022). ‘Games as Historical Representations: The Present/Presence in the Past,’ British Journal of Chinese Studies, 12 (2), 2022, 63-69. https://doi.org/10.51661/bjocs.v12i2.188

 

Email

jamietsewingtung@gmail.com

Kika W. L. Van Robays 

 
Robays

 

Kika W. L. Van Robays 

Kika W. L. Van Robays (they/them) is a PhD student in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. They are from Belgium and from Hong Kong. Kika’s research focuses on zines, queer communities, the Sinophone/Sinosphere, and Transpacific connections. They grapple daily with the question of where one community starts and the other end, they emphasize tenderness and platonic affections above all. Kika is also a poet and the author of Let the Mourning Come with Prolific Pulse LLC (2022). They have an MA in Chinese Language and Culture (Ghent University) and in Gender and Diversity Studies (Flemish joint university program).
 

Tentative Research Topic

Queer/ing Zines across the Transpacific: On Connection

 

Research Interests

Queer & Feminist Studies, Gender Studies, Sinophone Studies, Sinosphere Studies, Media Studies, Alternative Media Studies, Postcolonial Studies, and Critical Race Studies

 

Publication
2022: publication of Let the Mourning Come (poetry collection)

 

Award
The awardee of 2022 Hong Kong Association of University Women Postgraduate Scholarship 

 

Email

kika.vanrobays@link.cuhk.edu.hk

Wang Weihang

 
Weihang

 

Wang Weihang

 

I came from a history background and I'm trying to put together an industrial history of Mao's Third Front (a secret national defense project initiated in 1965) in the hinterland of China's southwest. I'm interested in the relation between the Third Front, the (post/new) Cold War scenario, and the formation of the industrial rustbelt in southwest China. I'm also concerned with the environmental issues caused by the building of the Third Front and its lasting impact on the environment of the hinterland. I received my BA in history from the Ohio State University in 2016 and my MA in China Studies from the University of Michigan in 2018.

 

Tentative Research Topic

Industrial Landscape and Legacies of Mao’s China: Third Front Factories and Their Surrounding Environments

 

Research Interests

Industrial history and Cultural history of Mao's China; Environmental history; Third Front; Rustbelt and Ruins

 

Award

"The Practice of Urban Exploration in Investigating the Material and Visual Memory of China’s Old Industrial Towns." Best Paper Award. Online Postgraduate Conference in Humanities at Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Email

wweihang@link.cuhk.edu.hk

Wong Ka Hei Cecilia

 
Weihang

 

Wong Ka Hei Cecilia

 

Wong Ka Hei Cecilia is a PhD student in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her current research examines how feminist and queer creators in Hong Kong use digital platforms for activism, collaboration and transformative social relation against the translocal network of manosphere. She received her MPhil degree in Gender Studies from CUHK and her Bachelor's degree in Communications (International Journalism) from the Baptist University of Hong Kong.

 

Tentative Research Topic

Queering Platform and Bodies: Gender, Feminist and Queer Digital Activism in Hong Kong

 

Research Interests

Gender Studies, Queer and Feminist Theory, Media Studies, Platform and Creator Studies, Activism, Affect, Hong Kong Studies

 

Publication
Jacobs, K., Cheung, D., Maltezos, V., & Wong, C. (2023). The Pepe the Frog Image-Meme in Hong Kong: Visual Recurrences and Gender Fluidity on the LIHKG Forum. Journal of Digital Social Research4(4), 130-150. https://doi.org/10.33621/jdsr.v4i4.131
 
Award
The awardee of 2021 Hong Kong Association of University Women Postgraduate Scholarship 

 

Email

ceciliawongkh@gmail.com

Wong Tak Yin

 
Wong Tak Yin

 

Wong Tak Yin

 

Wong Tak Yin is an MPhil student in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Their research, rooted in prior experiences in community organising, explores the diverse manifestations of asexuality within the socio-cultural landscape of Hong Kong. Walking queer, they seek to navigate the intricate dynamics between queerness, identities, and (a)sexual politics as they unfold in everyday life.

 

Tentative Research Topic

“Queering Asexuality in Hong Kong: Body, Affect, and Asexual Resonances”

 

Research Interests

Queer Theory, Gender and Media Studies, Affect, (A)sexual Politics

 

Email

taky.wong@link.cuhk.edu.hk

Yang Tian

 
Nicole Yu

 

Yang Tian

 

Yang Tian is a PhD student in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. With previous background in art museums and galleries and an MA in Cultural Management, she tries to look at how Southern Chinese form their regional identity through contemporary art practices. 

 

Tentative Research Topic

The Cultural Formation of Southern Chinese Identity in Contemporary Chinese Art: Focusing on Pearl River Delta and Guangdong Region

 

Research Interests

Chinese Contemporary Art, Curation, Art Criticism, Regional Identity, Cultural Identity, Internal Colonialism

 

Email

tianyang1002@gmail.com

Yu Nicole Alexis

 
Nicole Yu

 

Yu Nicole Alexis

 

Yu Nicole Alexis is an Mphil student in Cultural Studies in The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her current research is on Hong Kong Social Movement Documentaries (2014-2021). She received her BA in Journalism and Communication from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2016. 

 

Current Research Topic

Socially Active Recording: Meaning Making and Audience Reception of Hong Kong Social Movements Documentaries (2014-2021)

 

Research Interests

Media Studies 

Media and Social Movements

Documentary Studies

Hong Kong Studies 

 

Email

1155029502@link.cuhk.edu.hk

Zhu Mengmeng

 
Mengmeng

 

Zhu Mengmeng

 

Zhu Mengmeng is a Ph.D. candidate in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her research is situated at the confluence of women’s representations, gender politics, and modern Chinese literature. She is also interested in Chinese science fiction. 

 

Tentative Research Topic

Between Nationalism and Misogyny: Representations of Women in Discourse, Clothes, and Sports (1927–1937)

 

Research Interests

Urban Culture

Gender Politics

Chinese Science Fiction

 

Email

mengmengzhu@link.cuhk.edu.hk