Dr CHEUNG, Hiu Yan Alice   張曉恩
Lecturer II
Department of Literature and Cultural Studies
Lecturer II
Department of Literature and Cultural Studies
Phone No: (852) 2948 7339
Email: ahycheung@eduhk.hk
Contact
Phone
(852) 2948 7339
Email
ahycheung@eduhk.hk
Address
10 Lo Ping Road, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong
Research Interest

The studies of Yang Jiang

The female writers of May Fourth and wartime period

Female Comedy

Teaching Interest

Modern Chinese Literature

Modern Chinese Drama

The Studies of May Fourth Writer

Personal Profile

B.A. in Chinese Language and Literature, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

香港中文大學文學士

Postgraduate Diploma in Education, The University of Hong Kong.

香港大學教育文憑

M.A. in Chinese Language and Literature, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

香港中文大學文學碩士

PhD in Language and Culture, Imperial College London.

倫敦帝國學院語言及文化研究哲學博士

PhD Thesis: Cultural Productions in Shanghai Theatre during the Japanese Occupation Period: Yang Jiang' s Reception and Transformation of Jane Austen's Comedic Art

博士論文:戰時上海劇場的文化作品:楊絳對珍.奧斯丁喜劇藝術的接受與轉化

Research Interest

The studies of Yang Jiang

The female writers of May Fourth and wartime period

Female Comedy

Teaching Interest

Modern Chinese Literature

Modern Chinese Drama

The Studies of May Fourth Writer

Selected Output

Scholarly Books, Monographs and Chapters
Chapter in an edited book (author)
張曉恩 (2019)。 詩畫交流的藝術體現 —— 凌叔華兒童小說的風景畫。輯於宋詒瑞主編, 兒童繪本的欣賞與教學 (53-57)。香港: 香港兒童文藝協會

Journal Publications
Publication in refereed journal
Cheung, A.H.Y., & Wang, L. (2021). Exploring Hong Kong Youth Culture via a Virtual Reality Tour. Sustainability, 13(23), 13345
張曉恩 (2021)。 笑的顛覆 —— 楊絳的女性風俗喜劇淡江中文學報44,305-343 Doi:10.6187/tkujcl.202106_(44).0010。

Conference Papers
Refereed conference paper
張曉恩 (2019,12). 笑的探尋 —— 楊絳女性風俗喜劇和她的先行者們。第九屆「語文教育與思想文化」研討會,香港
Cheung, Alice Hiu Yan (2019, 6). Laughing Together:Yang Jiang's Reception of Jane Austen's Female Laughter. Paper presented at 8th Annual International Conference on Language, Literature and Linguistics (L3 2019), Singapore

Project

Aging, Rejuvenation and Environment in Chinese and European Early Modern Literature
This project seeks to examine the theoretical and pragmatic aspects of how faculty in universities in Hong Kong and Chicago can use Early Modern literature to encourage students to consider topics such as, aging, rejuvenation and the environment in a cross-cultural dimension. We are interested in studying how our current epistemologies, when dealing with these three topics, can be affected by the intercultural understanding and communication of values in a comparative perspective. By bringing together a discrete number of professors associated with the University of Chicago as well as faculty members from two different universities in Hong Kong in China, our goal is to study the styles, practices and logics of our research and teaching about the process of aging, techniques and rites of rejuvenation. We wish to examine the role that our cultural, emotional and geographical surroundings play in our understanding of these notions and practices. To accomplish this, we will focus on our field of specialization, early modern literature. We intend to discuss to what extent our current multidisciplinary approach is able to encourage not only future research but also find new ways to teach these topics in a more critical manner, and how new technologies can assist us in this process.
Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): Frederick A. De Armas (CHEUNG, Hiu Yan Alice 張曉恩 as Team Member)