Recent Publications

Check out this latest piece by Dr. Miu Chung Yan of the School of Social Work on the return of returnees.

Check out the latest publications by HKSI Associates Dr. Hedy Law, Christopher Rea, and Miu Chung Yan.

Included in this series are articles by HKSI Associates Drs. Diana Lary, Pitman Potter, and Leo Shin.

Congratulations to HKSI Associate and Director of the UBC Cantonese Language Program Raymond Pai on his latest publication.

Congratulations to HKSI Associate Dr. Miu Chung Yan on the publication of his latest journal article.

Excellent interview with friends of HKSI Drs. Betsy and Graham Johnson on their new book on Tsuen Wan (hkupress.hku.hk/pro/1681.php).

Congratulations to HKSI Associate Dr. Miu Chung Yan of the School of Social Work on the publication of his latest journal article.

Special congratulations to HKSI Associate and Lecturer of Cantonese Raymond Pai on the publication of his chapter in Cantonese as a Second Language: Issues, Experiences and Suggestions for Teaching and Learning (Routledge, 2019).

Divine Threads examines the high stakes surrounding Cantonese opera heritage today, especially in regard to historic collections housed in museums around the world. Today, one of the most complete and well-preserved collections of early Cantonese opera, including some 800 objects, is held at MOA. Divine Threads shines a light on the visual and material culture of Cantonese opera as a treasure trove of sacred and auspicious images, stories, songs, and rituals. In tracing these connections, author April Liu analyzes the politics of memory surrounding historic opera troupes and the material traces they left behind.

Congratulations to HKSI Associate Dr. Clement Tong on the publication of his latest article.