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Prof. Law Suk Mun, Sophia
Associate Professor
Department of Visual Studies
Lingnan University

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Associate Professor, Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University

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Academic & Professional Qualifications

BA (Fine Arts) The University of Hong Kong (1994 - 1997)

MPhil. (Fine Arts) The University of Hong Kong (1998 - 2000)

Ph.D (Fine Arts) The University of Hong Kong (2000 - 2004)

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Areas of Interest

Art as a language, art and community, art and service-learning, modernity in Chinese painting, visual cultures of early Twentieth Century China, Hong Kong art and local visual cultures, aesthetics of Chinese painting and Chinese calligraphy, history of Twentieth Century Chinese painting.

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Working Experience

Assistant Professor, Lingnan University of Hong Kong (2005.8 - 2012.8)

Part-time Consultant, Lingnan University of Hong Kong (2005.3 - 2005.8)

Instructor, Chinese Civilization Centre, City University of Hong Kong (2004)

Part-time Instructor, The School of Continuing Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2004 – 2005)

Part-time Instructor, The Art School, Arts Centre (2004 – 2005)

Tutor, Fine Arts Department, The University of Hong Kong (1997 - 2003)

Nursing Officer, Hong Kong Red Cross (May 1992 - Jul 1994)

Registered Nurse, Hong Kong Red Cross (Sep 1988 - Apr 1992)

Registered Nurse, Princess Margaret Hospital (Sep 1983 - Aug 1988)

Nursing Officer, Matilda Hospital (Jul 1982 - Jun 1983)

Charge-nurse, Matilda Hospital (Feb 1982 - Jun 1982)

Registered Nurse, Queen Elizabeth Hospital (Jan 1980 - Oct 1981)

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Publications

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2017). “Colour my Growth – A study of art as a language for victims of family violence” HKAAT Newsletter 25 (Feb 2017), 11-17.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2016). “Art as a language for children in need”. The Hong Kong Medial Diary, 21(4), 10-12. Retrieved from http://www.fmshk.org/database/hkmd/mdapr2016fullpage22marchfinal.pdf

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2016). Art as intervention in serving secondary child victims of family violence: Introduction & manual. Hong Kong: The Jean C. K. Ho Family Foundation; Social Welfare Department; Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2016). Reading Chinese painting : beyond forms and colors, a comparative approach to art appreciation. Tony Blishen trans. (Shanghai Press, New York: NY Better Link Press).

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2016). 《關於雨傘: 創作、情感、記憶》。香港: 香港嶺南大學視覺研究系。檢自 http://commons.ln.edu.hk/vs_faculty_work/5/

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (2015). Colours of dementia, Hong Kong: Sunglow Design and Publishing Co.

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (2015). “Art in Service-Learning: Connecting art and community”. Delano-Oriaran, O., Penick-Parks, M., Fondrie, S. ed., The SAGE Sourcebook of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, London: SAGE, pp. 257-264.

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (2014). The Invisible Citizens - Art and Stories of Vietnamese Boatpeople, Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.

Law Suk-mun Sophia & Ng Nina (2013). “Ma Jiabo’s Realism – A case study on Hong Kong art”, Journal of Modern Chinese Literature Vol 11(1): 87-119.

Law Suk-mun Sophia (2013). “The dialogue of Yasi and traditional Chinese painting (也斯與傳統繪畫藝術的對話), Park Literary Magazine (百家雜誌)

Law Suk-mun Sophia (2013). An Art Facilitation Project for Dyslexia (《創作無障礙》:一個為讀寫障礙初中生而設的藝術倡導計劃). Hong Kong: TWGHTMISC.

Law Suk-mun Sophia (2012). “Enhancing the study of art and community through service-learning”, in New Horizons in Education 60(2): 64-75.

Law Suk-mun Sophia (2012). Connecting art and community through service-learning. The 12th IARSLCE Annual Conference Proceedings. http://iarslceproceedings2012.wikispaces.com/Connecting+art+and+community+through+SL

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (2012). "游于藝- 曾榮光的藝術 (Taking Recreation in Art: The Pursuit of Art by Tsang Wing-kwong)", in Hong Kong Visual Arts Yearbook 2011, Tong and Lam Ka man (ed.), Hong Kong: Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, pp. 152-203.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (Jan 2012). “Visible voices of asylum seekers – the art of Vietnamese boatpeople in Hong Kong” in International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Vol.2 (1): 81-93.

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (2012). "漫談藝術 - 個人情感的超越 (Art – Beyond Personal Emotions)”, in NT West Elder Academies Cluster Publication No. 2 (June), Hong Kong: NT West Elder Academies Cluster, p.2.

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (2012). "我行、我塑” (My Way)", in SouLink, Hong Kong: Free Methodist Church (TM), p.2

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (2011). "Archive of artistic activities published on three local newspapers between 1940 and 1959" (1940至1959香港親中報章刊載的藝術家活動年表), in Hong Kong Visual Arts Yearbook 2010, Tong and Lam Ka man (ed.), Hong Kong: Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, pp. 166-195.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (Sept 2011). “Rekindling hearts with art” in Arts and Health (Sept 2011): 1-7, available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17533015.2011.616899

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (Aug 2011), “Vietnamese Boat People in Hong Kong: A Visual History”, in Y.W. Chan ed., The Chinese - Vietnamese Diaspora – Revisiting the Boatpeople. London: Routledge.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (Aug 2011), “Being in traditional Chinese landscape painting” in The Journal of Intercultural Studies vol. 32(4): 369-382. (London: Routledge)

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (Aug 2011), “The Days of Shupu – in memorial of Mr. Tsang Wing Kwong”《書譜》年代的老實文化人 – 記曾榮光老師, in S.H. Law ed., The Art of Tsang Wing Kwong (Hong Kong: Sunglow publishing Co).

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (June 2011), “Preface” in Plurality: The Art of Lo Yuk Yin (Hong Kong: Grotte Fine Art).

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (May 2011), “藝術教育新方向 (The new direction of art education )”, 文藝美學研究 (The Journal of Art, Literature and Aesthetics Studies), No. 5: 185-192. Shandong: Shandong University Press.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (2010), "An interdisciplinary approach to art appreciation", New Horizons in Education Vol.58, No.2 (Oct):95-105, Hong Kong: Hong Kong Teachers' Association.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (May 2010), 對焦中國畫 (國內版) "Beyond forms and colours - Six ways to read Chinese painting" (Mainland edition), Guangxi: Guangxi Normal University Press.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (July 2009), "丁衍庸的東西 (The East and West in the Art of Ding Yangyong)", 霍康琪 (ed.), 大廣東 (Hong Kong: Shang Shuju), pp. 243 -244.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (July 2009), "燃點嶺南畫派的革新精神 (The Revolutionary Spirit of Lingnan School)", 霍康琪 (ed.), 大廣東 (Hong Kong: Shang Shuju), pp. 241 -242.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (2009). "Art in Adversity—C.A.R.E. at Lingnan University" in Chan Yuk-keung and Wan Chui-ki Maggie ed., Hong Kong Visual Arts Yearbook 2008 (Hong Kong: Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2009), pp. 143-163.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Feb 2009, May 2010), 對焦中國畫 "Beyond Forms and Colours – Six Ways to Read Chinese Painting", (Hong Kong: Joint Publishing Co. Ltd).

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2008). Zhang Daqian and Modern Chinese Painting (Hong Kong: Sunglow).

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2007). "The first Visual Studies Programme in Hong Kong - a new perspective of art education", Proceedings of "Comparative Research on Contemporary Art Education between China and Western Countries" - An International Academic Conference (Shangdong: Research Centre of Aesthetics and Literature Theory, Shangdong University)

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2007). "The Heritage of bimo (use of brush and ink) in Chinese painting", Proceedings of ICAS 5 (The Fifth International Convention of Asia Scholars) Conference (Netherlands: ICAS Secretariat and University Publication Centre, 2007).

Law, Suk Mun. Sophia (2004) & Tsiu, Lisa ed., Ming Qing Paintings and Calligraphy from the Shen Zhen Museum (HK: City University of Hong Kong).

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2003). "Western influences on Zhang Daqian's Art" in The Proceedings of the Conference of Contemporary Chinese Painting (Beijing), pp. 136-139 ; also published in Shuimo Yanjiu Bimonthly No. 6, 2003 Nov (Beijing: Chinese Painting Institution), pp. 8-11.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2002). "The ink fragrance of Shupu", "The exile of Haisu’s calligraphy", "Zhang Daqian and Hong Kong", "Xu Beihong in Hong Kong", "Those were the days of Renjian", and "The comics: Young Boy Cheung ", (all in Chinese) collected in Visual Colours ( HK: Joint Publishing ).

Law, Suk Mun Sophia co-trans. (2002), "East meets West – Prologue of ‘Between Two Cultures’", Meishu Yanjiu No. 105, 2002 Feb (Beijing: Chinese Art Academy), pp.27-39.

Revised Asian art entries to Encyclopaedia Britannica (Extended Edition 2001) on Pan Tianshou and Zhang Daqian.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2001). "Zhang Daqian and Literati Painting" (in Chinese), Yishujie (Art Circles Bimonthly) Vol. 69, 2001 August ( Hefei Shi: Yishujie zazhishe).

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (1999). "Dating Qian Xuan’s 'Dwelling in Floating Jade Mountains'", Besides 2 (HK: Hong Kong Art History Research Society) pp. 43-64.

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Paper presented at Conference

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (Sept 2015), "Why Art – Art education and development for intellectual disabled persons", invited speaker for the i-dArt Conference 2015 on Art Education and Development for Intellectual Disabled Persons, organized by TWGH JCRC idArt , at APA, Hong Kong.

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (May 2015), "Service-learning as pedagogy for study of art and community", The 5th Asia-Pacific regional Conference on Service-Learning, organized by Fu Jen Catholic University , Taiwan.

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (May 2015), "The intrinsic nature of art as a language", invited speaker for the TEFO Conference 2015 on Drama Education, organized by TEFO and Hong Kong Art School , Hong Kong.

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (May 2015), "The sense of absolute freedom in Leung Ping Kwan's work (游走文字與影像的大自在 – 也斯的文學景象)", “Hong Kong and the World through Leung Ping Kwan” International Conference, organized by CHR, Lingnan University, Hong Kong.

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (Mar 2015), "Service-learning as a connection between art education and community (服務研習作為藝術教育與社會的橋樑) ", Guest speaker for the International Seminar on Service-Learning and Higher Education (服务学习与高等教育:在中国的实践与研究”研讨会), organized by China Youth University of Political Studies (中國青年政治學院), Beijing.

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (May 2014), "A University Service-learning Research Scheme - Art and Social Engagement", The 9th Annual Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Hong Kong, organized by the ASAHK, Hong Kong.

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (May 2014), "Vietnamese Boatpeople in Hong Kong", The 9th Annual Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Hong Kong, organized by the ASAHK, Hong Kong.

LAW Suk-mun Sophia (May 2014), "Creativity Engage", International Conference on Business, Arts and Social Science 2014, organized by the Asia-Pacific Education and Research Association, Tokyo, Japan.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Jun 2013). “Uses of art in community: service-learning and civic engagement”, 14th Asia-Pacific Reginal Conference on Service-learning, organized by the Lingnan University, Hong Kong .

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Jun 2013). “Hong Kong art in the 1950s and 1960s”, ICAS 8, organized by International Convention of Asian Scholars, Amesterdam .

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Nov 2012). “Image writing: Research on the expressive and communicative power of art”, International Conference on Research Creativity: Praxis, organized by the Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong .

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Sept 2012). “Connecting art and community through service-learning”, Connected knowing – the 12th IARSLCA Annual Conference, organized by the University of Maryland and IARSLCE, Baltimore, USA .

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (May 2012). “Realism and Hong Kong Paintings of the 1950s” (寫實主義與五十年代香港畫家), Cultural Transformation: From Mainland China to Hong Kong, organized by CHR, Lingnan University.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Sept 2011). "Art heals and comforts", The International Congress on Culture, Health and Well-being, organized by Turku University, Turku, Finland.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (June 2011). "A case study of service-learning in Visual Studies", 3rd Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Service-learning Make a difference: Impacts of Service-learning, Lingnan University, Hong Kong.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (November 2010), "Rekindling hearts with arts - a community art project for young survivors of the Sichuan earthquake", 2nd Annual International Arts and Health Conference 2010, University of Melbourne, Australia.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (June 2010), "Visible Voices: The Art of Vietnamese Asylum Seekers in Hong Kong", Crossroad – 2010, Lingnan University, Hong Kong.

Law, Suk-mun Sophia (June 2010), "New Vision of Art Appreciation", Opportunities and Challenges: Visual Arts Education in Asia, Baptist University, Hong Kong.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Oct. 2009). "Image Writing – Art and Trauma", the October Conference of Narratives of Illness, Ageing and Renewal, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Oct. 2009). "Vietnamese Boat People in Hong Kong – A Visual History", the International Conference of Refugee Politics and the Vietnamese Diaspora – 30 Years after “Vietnamese Boat People” in Hong Kong, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Aug. 2009). "Art in the Camp – Collective Memories of the Vietnamese Boat People in Hong Kong", International Convention of Asian Scholars 6, Netherlands ICAS Secretariat and University Publication Centre, Daejeon, Korea.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (June. 2009). "Art Making: When Language Fails to Communicate", the 7th International Conference of Humanities, Beijing, China.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Nov. 2008). "Being in Traditional Chinese Landscape Painting", the Conference of Technovisuality and Cultural Reenchantment, Chinese University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Feb. 2008). "A Study of the Cover pages of a Calligraphy Journal – a Visual Studies Approach", CAA 96th Annual Conference, Dallas, USA.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Oct. 2007). "Writing Beyond Words – Zen Calligraphy", The 2007 SECAC/MACAA Marshall Conference,Charleston, USA.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Aug. 2007). "The first Visual Studies Programme in Hong Kong – a New Perspective of Art Education", Comparative Research on Contemporary Art Education between China and Western Countries" – An International Academic Conference, Shangdong: Research Centre of Aesthetics and Literature Theory, Shangdong, China.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Aug. 2007). "The Heritage of Bimo (use of brush and ink) in Chinese Painting", International Convention of Asian Scholars 5, Netherlands ICAS Secretariat and University Publication Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (Oct. 2006). "The Art of Lin Fengmian (1900-1991) – Fusing East and West", The 2006 SECAC/MACAA Nashville Conference", Nashville, USA.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (May 2006). "Dialogue between Modern Chinese and Western Paintings", Art and Art History in the Perspective of Globalization: An International Symposium", Shanghai, China.

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Research

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2016-2017). Art as intervention in serving secondary child victims of family violence collaborated with FCPSU – Yuen Long , funded by Jean Ho Family Foundation.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2016-2017). Art as a language for children with traumatic experience, GRF research grant funded by UGC.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2013-2017). i-dArt Institute, collaborated with TWGH Jockey Club Rehabilitation Complex, funded by TWGH.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2015-2016). Touching the Earth – Environmental art workshop at Lai Chi Wo, funded by University grant - Knowledge Transfer Fund.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2015-2016). Research on Faculty Experience and Conceptions of Service-Learning Pedagogy, funded by University grant -Teaching Development Grant.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2015-2016). Art as intervention in serving secondary child victims of family violence, funded by the Jean Ho Family Foundation.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2015). Documentation of images created during the Umbrella Movement, funded by University Direct Grant for Research.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2014-2016). i-dArt Institute, a collaborative project with TWGH Jockey Club Rehabilitation Complex.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2014). Colours of Dementia, funded by the Lingnan Foundation.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia & Wong, Samson (2014). Hong Kong Our Home (A Community Art Project for Citizens of Yuen Long), a community art project funded by The Board of Management of the Chinese Permanent Cemeteries (BMCPC), HK Charities/Foundations.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2013-2014). Study of art as a language for children under FCPSU (Tuen Mun).

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2012). Collaborative art-facilitation project with FCPSU (Tuen Mun) for children facing family violence.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2011-2013). SWD and University DRG funded research project on "Study of using art facilitation for students with SEN".

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2010-2012). TLC funded research project on "Experiential learning for the course VIS255: Art and Well Being - Art facilitation service-learning workshop".

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2011). SWF and OSL granted research project on "Art facilitation for youth in Tuen Mun under the Order of Protection and Care (We Will See)".

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2010-11). College small-grant research project on "Archive of the Artistic Activities of Local Leftist Artists between 1970 and 1989".

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2009-11). GRF grant research project on "Invisible Citizens: Art and Stories of the Vietnamese Asylum Seekers and Boat People in Hong Kong"

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2009-10). College small-grant research project on "Archive of the Artistic Activities of Local Leftist Artists between 1949 and 1969"

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2008-9). College small-grant research project on "The Days of Shupu"

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2008). Collaboration exhibition project with Garden Streams funded by ADC on "C.A.R.E. (Vietnamese Community Art Re-Encountered)"

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2008). The search of modernity in Chinese painting – art of the Twentieth-century Chinese painting masters.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2007). College small-grant research project on "Review on Art Therapy".

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (2000 – 2004). The Place of Zhang Daqian in the history of Twenteith-century Chinese Painting, Ph.D research in the Graduate School of The University of Hong Kong.

Law, Suk Mun Sophia (1998 - 2000). Classical Professionalism – A Consistent Feature in Zhang Daqian’s Art, M.Phil research in the Graduate School of The University of Hong Kong.

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University and Community Services

Training Seminar: “Art as intervention for child services” for social workers at Tuen Mun Town Hall on Sept 9, 2015; supported by SWD & Jean CK Ho Family Foundation.

Public lecture: “The invisible citizens of Hong Kong” at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum on Mar 28, 2015.

Seminar Talk: “Open Classroom – Disable Art” at Lingnan Library on Mar 3, 2015.

Public lecture: “Appreciation of Chinese art” at Baptist University (organized by EDB) on Feb 7, 2015.

Public lecture: “Narratives of Trauma - the Art and Stories of Vietnamese Boatpeople” at the Asia Society (HK) on June 25, 2014.

Public lecture: “The Invisible Citizens (看不見的生命)” at the Commercial Press, TST Centre on June 28, 2014.

Public lecture: “Why Don't We Have Mona Lisa in Chinese Art History?” at the Central Library organized by the LCSD on May 18, 2014.

Seminar: 回到「舊左翼」- 台港左翼文藝研討會 (The Old Leftist), organized by KFCRD, Lingnan University in June 2012.

Seminar: “Art as Language” for the social workers of Tuen Mun Child Abuse management Team in April 2012.

Public Lecture: “Art and Life” (藝術與人[生]) for NT West Elder Academies Cluster in Oct 2011.

Seminar: "Impacts of the 40s and 50s to the development of Hong Kong art" for the Hong Kong Literature and Culture of the 1950s seminar series (4) organized by the Centre for Humanities Research at Lingnan University in March 2011.

Guest Lecture: "Appreciation of Chinese figure painting" for the North American Medical Association (NORAM) in Dec 2010.

Guest seminar: "Man: the artistic animal" for the staff of the Free Methodist Church Tuen Mun Children and Youth Integrated services Centre in Nov 2010.

Community talk at Nguoi Viet Daily main office, L.A.: "The history of Vietnamese boat people in Hong Kong", given at the community room of the Nguoi Viet Daily main office on Oct 14, 2010.

Campus talk at University of California, Irvine: "Narrative of trauma: Vietnamese art in the camp", given at the Langson Library, UCI on Oct 13, 2010.

Guest lecture: "Mona Lisa and the Ladies with Floral Hair-dress" for the Chinese Culture Award Ceremony of Tin Ka Ping Secondary School in Oct 2010.

Guest seminar: “Creativity for young kids” for the staff of Creative Kids at Creative Kids, in June 2010.

Lecture seminar: “Teaching and Appreciation of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy” at EDB Kowloon Tong Education Service Centre, Education Bureau in February 2010.

Guest lecture: “Appreciation of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy” for the Opening of “Xu Beihong Art Space” at Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups in November 2009.

Department seminar: “Image Writing – Art and Trauma” for the LWRP at the Department of English, Lingnan University in October 2009.

Guest lecture: “Poetry and Painting” for the Hong Kong Women Professional and Entrepreneurs Association in October 2009.

Public lecture: "Ming Qing Paintings in the Xubaizhai Collection of HKMA" at Hong Kong Museum of Art in May 2009.

A presentation of Visual Studies at Lingnan for the Tin Kar Ping Programme at Lingnan University in May 2009.

Guest Lecture: "Chinese Philosophy and Shanshui Tradition" at the seminar for the Master of Arts in Practical Philosophy, Lingnan University in March, 2009.

Guest Lecture: "Art and Trauma: Vietnamese Art in the Camps" for the Department of Arts and Physical Education at HKIEd in Jan 2009.

Public Lecture: "Traditional Chinese Painting in Focus" at Hong Kong Book Fair in July 2008.

Guest Lecture: "Appreciating Chinese Painting – a Comparative Approach" at The Chinese Civilization Centre, City University in Feb. 2008.

Lecture Series: "Breath of the Universe - Paintings and Calligraphies of Qing Teng and Bai Yang from the Palace Museum and the Shanghai" for Museum Museu de Arte de Macau in Sept 2006.

Guest Lecture – L.P. Lin's Collection on 20C Chinese Painting for The University of Hong Kong Museum Society in Oct 2005.

Guest Lecture – Literati Painting and Literati Painting Tradition for Hong Kong Chinese University Book Club on 8 Jan 2005.

Guest Lecture – Zhang Daqian – A Brilliant yet Controversial Master of Chinese Painting for Helena May on 23 Oct 2004.

Guest Lecture – The Art of Li Keran for the Painting Society of the Hong Kong Police on 6 Feb 2004.

Guest Lecture – The Solitude of Lin Fengmian for The University of Hong Kong Museum Society on 6 Jan 2004.

Seminar – The Aesthetic Pursuit in Zhang Daqian’s Art for The University of Hong Kong Museum Society on 22 Nov 2003.

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