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Visiting Scholars




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Dr Tit Leung CHEUNG

Part-time Lecturer (2nd term 2018-19)

Dr Cheung received his PhD in Visual Studies from Lingnan University, with a dissertation on East Asian documentary film festivals. He has produced several award-winning documentaries, including Yellowing (2016), We the Workers (2017) and Ballad on the Shore (2017). He has also curated a number of film programmes in Hong Kong, including the Hong Kong Independent Film Festival and Autonomous Cinema. The Hong Kong Actual Images Association is his latest initiative, while its first project is a retrospective programme on Hong Kong documentary in 1980-1997. His research interests include documentary studies, film festival studies and visual culture.

Teaching Area: VIS3353 Non-fiction Film


Email: l58cheun@ln.edu.hk




Dr Selina Chui Fun HO

Part-time Lecturer (2nd term 2018-19)


Dr Ho completed her PhD in 2018 on an International Research Scholarship at the Asia Institute of the University of Melbourne (UoM). Her dissertation focuses on the art museum discourse and practices in China. She also holds a master’s degree in Museum Studies (with Distinction) from the University of Leicester, UK, that examined the interpretation and display of Chinese propaganda posters (1949-79) in British Museums. Her articles have been published in edited books and journals with Routledge, The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum, and Asian Studies Review.She currently works on a book manuscript, entitled “Museum Processes in China: the institutional regulation, production and consumption of art museums in the Greater Pearl River Delta Region”, which will be published by Amsterdam University Press.


Teaching Area: VIS3399W Globalization and Contemporary Chinese Art


Email: selinaho2@ln.edu.hk




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Ms Rainbow Hiu Man LEUNG

Part-time Lecturer (2nd term 2018-19)


Rainbow Leung, was born and raised up in Hong Kong. She studied and graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design 2005 and City University of Hong Kong, School of Creative Media 2008.


The coruscating young artist was nurtured and greatly impacted from her root, Ha Wo Che village Shatin, a suburb in Hong Kong. Where she finds and feels the connection with the nature, the animals and the people. She is fascinated with the uniqueness of every creature thus to shower the world she loves with praise, she captured their lives and souls by her vibrant and bold style of drawing contradicts with detailed strokes and gentle touch. Her inextinguishable creativity keeps transforming all those spontaneous moments into eternity.


Rainbow has published “Sha Ha Wo Che Village” in 2009 and “Hong Kong Citizen Dictionary” In 2012. She duplicated the naked lives and different stories of common people throughout observations and interviews then lively interpreted by illustrations with her unpretentious gratitude.


Rainbow is now an enthusiastic art tutor having her own workshop “Rainbow life discovery garden” whereby established in 2016. She teaches drawing for students from different age groups and devotes herself to accomplish different educational and community art projects at the same time.


In 2017 Rainbow was commissioned by M-ROVER to run a school tour followed with a wide range of outdoor art activities. She made a statement through the program: People should “embrace the imperfections “, tried to let the youngsters redefine beauty and ugliness. And she further brought out a message that we should values the process more than just the results. This significant event won the Award for Arts Education 2017 from the HK Art Development Council. Her research interests include community art, oral history, participatory art, comic studies and art therapy.



Teaching Area: VIS2106 Understanding Drawing


Email: hiumanleung5@ln.edu.hk





Dr Henri Kwok Wah TUNG

Part-time Lecturer (2nd term 2018-19)


Dr Tung holds a Ph.D. in Visual Studies from Lingnan University and a Master of Architecture from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Besides design practices, he serves as a part-time lecturer in the Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University, and as a part-time visiting lecturer at the School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He teaches philosophy of architecture, architectural history, cultural theories in design and interior design studio. His research interests include architectural aesthetics, vernacular Chinese architecture, and sacred places.


Teaching Area: PHI4273 Philosophy of Architecture


Email: kwokwahtung@ln.edu.hk