Chow Yiu Fai Hong

Teaching Staff

2012-2014 Kwai-Cheung Lo, Principal Investigator, Project Title: “Rethinking Asianism As Alternatives: Film, Cultural Production, and Non-State Agency” (General Research Fund, Hong Kong Research Grant Committee). HK $ 286,061

 

2009-2012 Kwai-Cheung Lo, Principal Investigator, Project Title: “Other Chinese (s): Investigating Ethnic Minority Film of China” (General Research Fund, Hong Kong Research Grant Committee). HK $ 483,640

 

2011-2013 Kwai-Cheung Lo, Project Coordinator and Principal Investigator, "Areas of Excellence Proposal: Cultivation of Creativity and Artistic Sensibility in a Cultural City." Start-up fund from the Research Committee of Hong Kong Baptist University: HK $ 1,000,000

 

2008-2009 Kwai-Cheung Lo, Principal Investigator, Project Title: “The Cultural‘ Unity ’of East Asia” (Faculty Research Grant, Hong Kong Baptist University). HK $ 49,500

 

2005-2007 Kwai-Cheung Lo, Principal Investigator, Project Title: “Asian Masculinities and a Query into Universality” (Competitive Earmarked Research Grant, Hong Kong Research Grant Committee). HK $ 278,400

 

2005-2006 Kwai-Cheung Lo, Principal Investigator, Project Title: “Multi-Racial HongKongese” (Book Project commissioned by Hong Kong SAR Government). HK $ 75,000

 

2004-2005 Kwai-Cheung Lo, Principal Investigator, Project Title: “Chinese Popular Culture in an Inter-Asian Context” (Faculty Research Grant, Hong Kong Baptist University). HK $ 49,500

 

2002-2004 Kwai-Cheung Lo, Principal Investigator, Project Title: “Transnational Reconstruction of Chineseness in Film and Literature” (Competitive Earmarked Research Grant, Hong Kong Research Grant Committee). HK $ 194,480

 

2001-2002 Kwai-Cheung Lo, Principal Investigator, Project Title: “Transnational Reconstruction of Chineseness in Film and Literature” (Faculty Research Grant, Hong Kong Baptist University). HK $ 35,000

 

1998-1999 Kwai-Cheung Lo, Principal Investigator, Project Title: “The Cultural Transnationalization of Hong Kong in (Post-) Transitional Period” (Faculty Research Grant, Hong Kong Baptist University). HK $ 46,000