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CHAN Yung

Part-time Lecturer

B.Sc. (CUHK), M.A. (CUHK), D. Phil. (Queensland University of Technology)

Chan Yung holds B.Sc and M.A.(Ed.) from CUHK and Ph.D. from Queensland University of Technology. He was trained by his father Master Chan Yu San since childhood in various scripts of Chinese calligraphy and seal engravings, and by Master Wu Ho in Chinese Painting. Several pieces of his work were collected by the Hong Kong Museum of Art. Three solo art exhibitions have been held separately by The Hong Kong Institute of Education, the Sir Run Run Shaw Hall of CUHK and the Chung Chi College of CUHK. Dr Chan is now teaching in the Department of Fine Arts of CUHK and in the Center for Education Innovation of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He is also an executive committee member of Chinese Calligraphers’ Association Hong Kong Branch.

  • MAJOR PUBLICATIONS

    Books:

    1. Chen Yong lin liqibei (Stele of Sacrificial Vessel Copied by Chan Yung). Hong Kong: Jishi yiyuan, 1986.

    2. Chen Yong shufa zhuanke ji (Selected Works of Chinese Calligraphy and Seals by Chan Yung). Hong Kong: Nanyu shushe, 2000.

    3. Xianggang jiaoyu xueyuan yishuxi zhuban Chen Yong shufa zhuankezhan zuopinji (Selected works in the Exhibition of Chinese Calligraphy and Seals by Chan Yung / organized by Department of Creative Arts, the Hong Kong Institute of Education.). Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education, 2001.

    4. Chen Yong lin liqibei shufan fu zhushi (Stele of Sacrificial Vessel of Han Dynasty Copied by Chan Yung with Annotations). Hong Kong, Nanyu shushe, 2013.

    5. Chen Yong lin Wang Jushi zhuantaming fu zhushi (Wangjushi Brick Tower Inscription copy by Chan Yung with Annotations). Hong Kong: Nanyu shushe, 2013.

    Papers:

    1. “Lun Xianggang xuexiao de shufa jiaoyu (Chinese Calligraphy Education in Hong Kong).” Yuwen jiaoxue (Language Education), vol. 3 (2000), pp. 42-43.

    2. “Shufa zhong de fa( Principle of Chinese Calligraphy).” Yuwen jiaoxue (Language Education), vol. 4 (2000), pp. 42-43.

    3. “Cong shufa mingji panduan kaishu zixing de xiefa (Determining the Procedure of Writing Regular Script by Studying Calligraphy Materpieces).” Yuwen jiaoxue (Language Education), vol. 5 (2000), pp. 49-50.

    4. “Shusheng wangxizhi ji qi shuji (Saint of Calligraphy Wang Xizhi and his Calligraphy Works).” Yuwen jiaoxue (Language Education), vol. 6 (2000), pp. 54-56.

    5. “Zhao Mengfu de shufa (The Calligraphy of Zhao Mengfu).” Yuwen jiaoxue (Language Education), vol. 7 (2000), pp. 52-54.

    6. “Dangqian shufa jiaoyu zhi wojian (My Opinion on Current Calligraphy Education).” Xiaoxue zhongwen jiaoshi (Primary School Chinese Teacher), vol. 4 (2000), Chinese Language Education Research Assoication, pp. 21-23.

    7. “Shufa ke fanying shenme (What Does Calligraphy Reflect).” Yuwen jiaoxue (Language Education), vol. 8 (2001), pp. 48-50.

    8. “Yuwen jiaoxue( Language Education)”, vol. 9 (2001), pp. 43-45.

    9. “Yinzhang de biaoda xingshi (Expressions of Chinese Seal Carving).” Yuwen jiaoxue (Language Education), vol. 10 (2001), pp. 56-58.

    10. “Yinzhang biankuan yu shufa yishu (Seal Inscriptions and Calligraphy Art).” Yuwen jiaoxue (Language Education), vol. 12(2001), Longman Hong Kong Education, pp. 23-26.

    11. “Chen Yushan shuhuayin yishu shangxi(An Overview of Chinese Calligrahy, Paintings and Seals by Chan Yushan).” In Yung Chan ed. Rong qin zhu han chu xin zhi – Collection of Chinese Calligraphy, Painting and Seals of Chen Yushan, Hong Kong: The Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2008), pp. 11-16.

    12. “Wo dui shenlongben lantingxu de yixie jianjie(My Opinions on Shenlong Ben of the Orchid Pavilion).” Mo Xiang, vol. 18(February, 2014), pp. 18-19.

  • TALKS

    1. “Summary and Quotes from Book Charts by Sun Guoting.” organized by The Christian Word Calligraphy Society, 16 December, 2014. (In Chinese)

    2. “Draft of a Requiem to My Nephew by Yan Zhenxing and The An Shi Rebellion.” co-organized by Department of Genereal Education and School of Continuing and Professional Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and 2-Floor Book Store, 20 June, 2014. (In Chinese)

    3. “Review on Teaching and Research on Liqi Bei (Stele of Sacrificial Vessel) over the past 30 years.” organized by The Jiazi Society of Calligraphy, 30 November, 2013. (In Chinese)

    4. “Wang Jushi Brick Tower Inscription and Introduction to the Regular Script.” organized by The Christian Word Calligraphy Society, 5 October, 2013. (In Chinese)

    5. “Style of Calligraphy and Charm of stroke.” organized by The Christian Word Calligraphy Society, 1 September, 2012. (In Chinese)

    6. “The Clerical Script.” co-organized by Hong Kong Museum of Art and The Jiazi Society of Calligraphy, 26 October, 2011. (In Chinese)

    7. “Seal Engraving Lecture and Demonstration.” organized by Leisure and Cultural Service Department, 19 March, 2011. (In Chinese)

    8. “Study in Clerical Script Creation.” organized by Xianggang Shishulian Xuehui, 25 April, 2010. (In Chinese)

    9. “Achievements of Chen Yushan – Legend in the Art Field.” Lecture for the exhibition “The Art of Chan Yu Shan: Painting, Calligraphy and Seal Engraving” co-organized by Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Visual Art Centre, 20 April, 2008. (In Chinese)

    10. “Analysis and Imitation of Liqi Bei (Stele of Sacrificial Vessel).” organized by The Commerical Press, 25 Fenbruary, 2006. (In Chinese)

    11. “Choosing Tools and Copybook of Chinese Calligraphy.” organized by Wangjiao Kangle Wenhua Tiyu Xiehui, 2 January, 2005. (In Chinese)

  • EXHIBITIONS

    Solo Exhibitions

    1. Qing Chun Zhi Xiang – Exhibition of Chinese Calligraphy by Chan Yung organized by Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Chung Chi College Administration Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2012.

    2. Exhibition of Chinese Calligraphy and Painting by Chan Yung organized by Artland Gallery. Display Hall, Artland Gallery, Hong Kong, 2004.

    3. Exhibition of Chinese Calligraphy and Painting by Chan Yung organized by The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Foyer Gallery, Sir Run Run Hall, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2003.

    4.  Exhibition of Chinese Calligraphy and Seals by Chan Yung organized by Department Creative Arts, Hong Kong Institute of Education. Art Gallery, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, 2001.