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Education

  • PhD, The University of Hong Kong
  • MPhil, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • BA, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

     

Employment

  • Assistant Professor, Chinese Department, Hong Kong Baptist University (02–)
  • Assistant Lecturer, Lecturer, Chinese Department, Hong Kong Baptist University (88–02)

 

Courses Taught

  • Epigraphy
  • Philology
  • Phonology
  • Classical Chinese
  • Ancient medical texts

 

Research Interests

  • Epigraphy
  • Philology
  • History of the Chinese Language
  • Dating of Classical Texts

 

Research Projects

  • New Edition of the Great Commentary to the Book of Documents (FRG/2004–05)
  • Study of the Language of Wang Su (FRG/1994–95)

 

Awards and Honours

  • HKBU Outstanding Faculty Member----Service (2001)
  • HKBU Student Association, Teaching and Learning Prize (1989)

 

Professional / Community Service

  • Acting Editor, Sino-Humanitas (1995–)
  • Overseeing Committee Member, Shuli huasheng, Hong Kong Institute of Education Chinese Department (1999–2001)
  • External Examiner, Postgraduate Certificate in English Studies for Language Teaching (2009–10), Yijin Course (2007–)

 

Publications (selected)

Books

  • Guided Readings in Classical Chinese (Senior High School). Hong Kong: Pearson, 2009.
  • Guided Readings in Classical Chinese (Junior High School). Hong Kong: Pearson, 2009.
  • One Minute Chinese. Co-authored with Chan Wing Ming. Four vols. Hong Kong: Chung Hwa, 1998.
  • Chats about Chinese Characters. Hong Kong: Modern Educational Research Society, 1988.

Articles (selected)

  • “An Investigation of the Dating of the Book of Documents with Kong Commentary Based on Its Language.” Wen shi 4 (2010): 27–41.
  • “The Dating of the ‘Yin zheng’ Chapter of the Book of Documents: A Linguistic Perspective.” Xuzhou shifan daxue xuebao 2010.1: 74–76.
  • “Reading the Ruan Yuan Edition of the Book of Documents with Commentary and Subcommentary, and Related Problems.” Xin Ya xuebao 28 (2010): 537–567.
  • “Notes on Laozi.” Huaxue 9–10 (2008): 251–58.
  • “The State of Simplified Characters in Hong Kong.” Wen xuan 271 (2008): 78–80.
  • “Notes on Chen Shouqi’s Edition of Shang shu da zhuan.” Zhonghua wenshi luncong 82 (2006): 263-76.

 

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