The Humanities Programme at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU HUM) is the first and unique undergraduate programme in Hong Kong dedicated to giving broad liberal arts education. The programme aims to train students to think critically, to write logically, to speak confidently, and to nurture students’ ability to solve problems, to sympathize with humanity and to appreciate life, which are indeed essential for making a successful career as well as living a full life.

Dr. Tse Hiu Hung, Dorothy

Dr. Tse Hiu Hung, Dorothy

Assistant Professor

Office: RRS619

Tel: 3411 2839

Email: dorothytse@hkbu.edu.hk

About Dr. Tse Hiu Hung, Dorothy:

Dorothy Tse received her Ph.D. from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She taught at CUHK before joining HKBU.

Her research fields include modern and contemporary Chinese literature, Hong Kong literature, literary theory, and creative writing.

Recent academic publications include〈五四的童話觀念與讀者對象──以鲁迅的童話譯介為例〉(The Concept of “Tong Hua” and Its Target Readers During the May Fourth Period—Lu Xun’s Translations and Introduction of Children’s Stories as a Case Study) in《兒童的發現──現代中國文學及文化中的兒童問題》(The Discovery of Children: The Problem of the Child in Modern Chinese Literature and Culture);〈在身體與城市之間──讀西西《哀悼乳房》或多個並置的文本〉(Between Body and City: Xi Xi’s Mourning for the Breast, or A Multiplicity of Juxtaposed Texts) in《字花》(Fleurs des Lettres).

Recent creative writing publications:《雙城辭典》(A Dictionary of Two Cities)(co-authored with Hon Lai Chu); Snow and Shadow (Trans. Nicky Harman; forthcoming 2014).

Teaching Areas:

Creativity: Theory and Practice; Professional Writing Practicum; Writing Seminar