A native of Shaoyang, Hunan, Prof. Max Xiaobing Tang was the top scorer in the arts stream in his province when he took the gaokao (national comprehensive university entrance exams) in 1980. With that distinction he went to Peking University as an English major and studied comparative literature. He then did his PhD in literary studies at Duke University in the US, concentrating on European and American literature, but wrote his dissertation on Liang Qichao (1873–1929), a major intellectual figure and a prolific writer in the final years of the Qing dynasty.
CUHK Faculty of Arts presents the “Arts and Humanities Conversations at CUHK” Series in 2020-21 to bring academics and researchers together to explore our diverse cultures, languages, arts, traditions and heritages. The conversations engage students, educators, researchers, and anyone who is interested in arts and culture from Hong Kong and beyond.
In case you missed our webinars, recordings of our webinars are now available online.
For the Faculty Exemplary Teaching Award 2019, 22 teachers in total received the Award.
The videos below feature two exemplary teachers’s sharing of putting their teaching philosophy in practice to groom our students in all fronts.
We are delighted to announce that four of our faculty members and postgraduate students have received the following university-wide awards in recognition of their commendable research efforts and accomplishments in their respective fields.
Research Excellence Award 2019-20
Professor Lai Tsz Pang John, Department of Cultural and Religious Studies
Professor Zhong Lei, Department of Philosophy
Young Research Award 2019
Professor Jeremy Yellen, Department of Japanese Studies
Postgraduate Research Output Award 2019
Ms. Ina Goel, Department of Anthropology
For more details of the awards, please visit the Research section of the Faculty website.