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Dr. TSANG Gabriel F. Y.

Dr. TSANG Gabriel F. Y.

Assistant Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature

Phone number3411 2281
ORCID number0000-0002-4243-6297



M.A. (HKU), Ph.D. (KCL)

Research area(s):

Contemporary and modern Chinese literature; comparative literature; East Asian film and popular culture; critical theory; creative writing 

Teaching area(s):

Chinese prose writing; modern Chinese literature

Taught previously at:

Sun Yat-sen University 

Selected output(s):

  • Tsang, Gabriel F. Y. (2020) ‘Parochial Apolitical Formulation: Hong Kong Internetization and the Sexualizing Cyberspace of the Storytelling Channels of the Golden Forum and the LIHKG Forum’, Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies, 1 (2020), pp.61-82. 
  • Tsang, Gabriel F. Y. and Nguyen Huang Yen (2020) ‘The Vietnamese Confucian Diplomatic Tradition and the Last Nguyễn Precolonial Envoys’ Textual Communication with Li Hongzhang’, Asian Studies, 2 (2020), pp.213-32. 
  • Tsang, Gabriel F. Y. (2020) ‘The Architectural Structure of Pre-war Shanghai Images: Analysis of the Longtang Setting in Street Angel (1937)’, in Revealing/Reveiling Shanghai: Cultural Representations from the 20th and 21st Centuries, ed. by Lisa Bernstein and Chu-chueh Cheng (New York: State University of New York Press), pp.37-52.
  • Tsang, Gabriel F. Y. (2019) ‘Place and the Representation of the Self: Milan Kundera’s Prague and Gu Hua’s Hibiscus Town’, in Spaces of Longing and Belonging: Spatiality, Culture and Identity in Literature and Film, ed. by Brigitte Le Juez (Leiden: Brill), pp.252-64.
  • Tsang, Gabriel F. Y. (2014) ‘Political Narratology and Consensual Development in Post-Mao China’, Journal of Narrative Theory, 3, pp.467-84. 

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