Prof. Cheung is an assistant professor in the Department of Cultural and Religious Studies. He received his M.Phil. and Ph.D. from the Division of Intercultural Studies, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He was a visiting scholar of Harvard-Yenching Institute (2009-2010).
His research interests include modern Chinese literature and culture, literary theory, western Marxism, global capitalism, and post-modern culture. His representative paper “The Politics of Time: On the Technologized Visuality and its Instructing Stance in Lu Xun’s essays” was published in
Visual Culture: the Reader (Guangxi Normal University Press). He won the “Award for the Best Research Output by Research Postgraduate Students 2004, CUHK” for this paper. Cheung’s research papers have also been published in academic journals such as
Chung-Wai Literary Monthly,
Router: a journal of cultural studies,
Contemporary Writers Review,
Forum of Intellectuals and
Reviews and Research on Chinese Literature.