CHEUNG, Bianca Yin-ki
Assistant Professor of Teaching

Tel.: 2616 8340
Fax.: (852) 2467-7478

Academic & Professional Qualifications

Ph.D., The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Humanities, 2012

MPhil., The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Gender Studies & History, 2004

B.A., The University of Hong Kong, History, 2001



Areas of Interest

Modern China
Gender History 
Modern Japanese History




  • Conference Presentation
  • Research

 “At the Crossroads: Challenges and Solutions in Cross Cultural East Asia.” Panel organiser and chair. AAS-in-Asia 2020 Conference, 31 August-4 September 2020.


“Disobedience in Disguise: Discourse Analysis on ‘Wise Wives and Good Mothers’ under the Collaborationist Regime in Guangzhou (1940-1945).” AAS-in-Asia 2020 Conference, 31 August 31-4 September 2020.


“Soviet Stakhanovites in China: Labour Emulations in Northeast China during the Civil War, 1945-1949.” The 11th International Convention of Asia Scholars, Leiden University. 16-19 July 2019.


“Hope Amid the Darkness: Chinese Communist Narratives in Yan’an, China During WWII.” The Asian Conference on Asian Studies 2017. 1-4 June 2017.


“Engendering Labour Models: Imagery of Labour Models during the Civil War in Northeast China, 1945-1949.” AAS-in-Asia 2016 Conference, Doshisha University. 24-27 June 2016.


“Iconography of Socialist Revolution: Construction of National Identity in Maoist China, 1949-1976.” Changing Faces of Nationalism in Asia: A Workshop for Doctoral Students, Keio University. 26-27 March 2007.


“‘Queens’ in Modern Shanghai: Shanghai Female Students (nüxuesheng) in the 1920s-30s.” The Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, University of Hawaii. 12-15 January 2003.



  • Labour models during the Yan’an and the Maoist periods in China
  • Modern women in China and Japan
  • Masculinities in Republican China
  • Propaganda art in the PRC