Research Projects and Publications in CUHK- History

Research Projects


  • The Administrative History of the Hong Kong Government Agencies 1841 - 2002
  • HO Pui Yin
    2001-2004
    Public Reords Office, HKSAR Government


  • Bridging Confucian China and the Christian West: Bicultural and Bilingual Education of Mission Schools in the Nineteenth Century
  • LEUNG Yuen Sang
    15 April 2008
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This research project is designed to be a preliminary study of Christian mission education among the Chinese in nineteenth-century China and Southeast Asia. The focus of examination will be on the origin and development of the concept of "biculturality" and "Anglo-Chinese identity" and ways of bridging China and the West through education and a carefully designed bilingual and bicultural curriculum. More specifically, the project will identify several mission schools which adopted this educational goal and had achieved considerable success. These schools included the Anglo-Chinese College in Malacca, the Anglo-Chinese School in Singapore, the Ying-hua (Anglo-Chinese) College in Hong Kong, the Ying-hua (Anglo-Chinese) College in Fuzhou, the Anglo-Chinese College (Zhongxi shuyuan) in Shanghai and the Anglo-Chinese School in Tianjin, all founded in nineteenth-century by Christian missionaries and later led by Chinese Christian educators who cherished similar ideals of bilingualism and biculturalism. Some of them such as the Anglo-Chinese School in Singapore and the Ying-hua (Ying Wah) College in Hong Kong continue to exist and exert their im1uence in the contemporary society. (AL07987)


  • From Community to International City - Hong Kong Community's Cultural Collective Memory Research
  • KWOK Siu Tong
    1 April 2002
    Hong Kong Museum of History

    社區特色研究及比較,將已收集的十四區及將進行的港島四區歷史資料重整,並編撰和搜集香港居民奮鬥自強的歷史。以口述歷史和文獻發掘,重構香港歷史文化回憶,將香港歷史博物館的「香港故事」展覽更新及全面化。
    從三個角度展示「香港故事」:(甲):發掘正在逐漸淡化的香港社區特色,尤其是透過居民奮鬥歷史,以顯示社區成長的建樹。(乙):中國各地族群來港融合社會,努力共創香港故事。(丙):外國人和香港文化融合,攜手共建香港多元文化的故事。
    (AL01697)


  • Consultancy Services for Adopting a Combined History Approach in Organizing Chinese History Elements in the Proposed History and Culture Curriculum Framework
  • CHU Hung Lam, CHEUNG Hok Ming Frederick, LAI Ming Chiu, LEUNG Yuen Sang
    1 March 2008
    Education Bureau

    The project will (1) provide quality services in reviewing and revising the organization of Chinese history elements (including the history of Hong Kong) through a combined history approach in the proposed curriculum framework of History and Culture within the Personal, Social and Humanities Education Key Learning Area Curriculum Guide (Primary 1- Secondary 3) 2002; (2) prepare at least 5 expository articles on related issues; (3) develop 5 sets of exemplary learning and teaching materials; and (4) organize four 3-hour teacher development seminars. (AL07738)


  • Consultancy Services for Adopting a Thematic Approach in Organizing Chinese History Elements in the Proposed Integrated Humanities Curriculum Framework
  • CHU Hung Lam, CHEUNG Hok Ming Frederick, LAI Ming Chiu, LEUNG Yuen Sang
    1 March 2008
    Education Bureau

    The project will (1) provide quality services in reviewing and revising on the organization of Chinese history elements (including the history of Hong Kong) through a thematic history approach in the proposed curriculum framework of S1-3 Integrated Humanities within the curriculum document of Personal, Social and Humanities Education Key Learning Area Curriculum Guide (Primary 1- Secondary 3) 2002; (2) prepare at least 5 expository articles on related issues; (3) develop 5 sets of exemplary learning and teaching materials; and (4) organize four 3-hour teacher development seminars. (AL07681)


  • Consultancy Services for the Secondary 3 History Bridging Programme
  • FAURE David William
    1 July 2007
    Education and Manpower Bureau, HKSAR Government

    The project will provide consultancy services on the S3 History Bridging Programme by forming a focus group to conduct feasibility study on the proposed S3 History Bridging Programme curriculum and to support History teachers on the scheme of this programme.(ED07918)


  • The Contribution of the Canossian Sisters in Hong Kong since 1860 (A)
  • CHEUNG Hok Ming Frederick
    15 April 2008
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    In 1860, the Italia Canossian Sisters started their mission in Hong Kong. The Canossian Sisters, also known as Daughters of Charity, have significant contribution to Hong Kong, especially through their Schools and Colleges in education, and hospital in medical service. Many of their students have become elite, serving in influential position in the government as well as playing important roles in private sectors in Hong Kong. This project will look into the contribution, particularly in education and medical service, of the Canossian Mission in Hong Kong. I will first compile a "Chronological History of the Canossian Mission in Hong Kong since 1860". I will also interview some of the eminent living Canossian Sisters, such as the Provincial Superiors, Supervisors, and Principals, and compile the "Biographical Notes of Some Significant Canossian Sisters in Hong Kong since 1860". I hope that this project will serve as an important reference for the study of the Canossian Sisters and their contribution in Hong Kong. In September 2007, I have submitted an application on "The Contribution of the Jesuits in Hong Kong since 1926" to the Earmarked Research Grant, 2008-09; and I will submit an application on "The Contribution of the Canossian Sisters in Hong Kong since 1860" this coming September to the RGC Earmarked Research Grant, 2009-10, thus, this is a pilot project.(AL07475)


  • Development of the Learning & Teaching Resources for the Chinese History (S4-6) Curriculum (2007)
  • FAURE David William
    1 September 2007
    Education Bureau

    The project will provide quality services in developing the learning and teaching resources which shall be in line with the Chinese History (S4-6) Curriculum (2007) as stipulated in Personal, Social and Humanities Education: Key Learning Area Chinese History Curriculum and Assessment Guide (S4-6) (2007). (AL07357)


  • Development of the Learning and Teaching Resources for the Integrated Humanities (S4-5) - Core Modules 2-4
  • SO Kee Long Billy, LEUNG Yuen Sang, TSANG Shui Lung#, SIU Kam Wah
    1 December 2002
    Curriculum Development Council, Education and Manpower Bureau

    This project provides quality services in developing the learning and teaching resources for Integrated Humanities of secondary school teachers of S4-5. (AL02726)


  • Development Supporting Resources for the Implementation of New Senior Secondary Chinese History Curriculum 2007
  • FAURE David William
    1 December 2007
    Education Bureau

    The Project will provide quality services in developing the learning and teaching resources which shall be in line with the Chinese History (S4-6) Curriculum (2007) as stipulated in Personal, Social and Humanities Education: Key Learning Area Chinese History Curriculum and Assessment Guide (S4-6) (2007). (AL07650)


  • A Documentary History of Public Health in Hong Kong
  • LEUNG Yuen Sang, LEE Shiu Hung (Community and Family Medicine), YIP Ka Che*, WONG Man Kong*
    1 September 2005
    This project aims at providing a systematic and comprehensive attempt in documenting the history of public health in Hong Kong from the 1840s to 1980 based on archival materials and government records. The team of investigators will collect and analyze primary sources and key documents in the following areas: 1) changing government policies towards public health, 2) history of medical institutions, ranging from hospitals to dispensaries, 3) medical education, 4) nursing, 5) dental health, 6) allied health, 7) biographical sketches of leading medical practitioners, 8) changing notions of health, and 9) outbreaks of major epidemics and social consequences. (CU05699)


  • Finding Fong Foo Sec (Kuang Fuzhuo,1869-1938): An Investigation of the Man and His Transnational and Translational Experiences
  • LEUNG Yuen Sang, XIONG Yuezhi*
    1 January 2008
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This is a study of Kuang Fuzhuo(1869-1938), a Chinese born and raised in Taishan, Guangdong, educated in the United States where he was known as Fong Foo Sec (pronounced in Taishanese), and built a career as translator-publisher-educator in Shanghai after his return to China in the early twentieth century.
    Kuang was not a well-known figure in modern Chinese history, and so far there has not been a single study on his life and career even though his multi-faceted life story was an extremely interesting one and has significant bearing on China’s modern transformation particularly in the area of cultural change, social reform and in the area of English-Chinese translation and English textbook publishing. Kuang’s fascinating life-story bridges the the gulfs between two continents of different languages and cultures, and what makes it more interesting is the fact that the transnational and cross-cultural experiences in his early life was later put into practical challenge and application in his publishing and translation career at the Commercial Press in Shanghai. This study will examine his transnational experience and see how this affected his careers as an editor-translator and social reformer. (CU07471)


  • Heritage Areas Assessment and Collective Memory Reconstruction
  • KWOK Siu Tong, LIN Hui (Dept of Geography & Resource Management)
    1 September 2003
    Lord Wilson Heritage Trust, Hong Kong

    This research serves as a pilot study in preparation for a larger scale and more comprehensive research project to study the interrelationship between collective memory reconstruction and heritage conservation. The present pilot project proposes to achieve, through the building up a comprehensive database on the history of one heritage area in Hong Kong, the following objectives: a textual analysis of the collective memories of a selected area, in the present case, Yau Ma Tei Theatre, Fruit Market and the surrounding area; a Geoinformatic System (GIS) analysis of the collective memories of this area; by matching the results of the two analyses, develop a sample of how a more scientific heritage assessment process may be linked up with the efforts of reconstruction of collective memory. (AL03752)


  • Historical Development of Hong Kong Observatory and Its Relationship with the Development of Hong Kong Community
  • HO Pui Yin, LUI Yuen Chong Adam*, YEE Yim Kwong*
    18 February 2002
    Hong Kong Observatory, HKSAR Government

    Every year, between June and October, an average of five to six tropical cyclones threatens Hong Kong. The unstable weather conditions during tropical cyclone seasons were major hindrances for Hong Kong to transform into a commercial port. The establishment of the Hong Kong Observatory in 1883, based on political and economic considerations, represented not only the consolidation of the military and commercial situation of the city, but also symbolized the cultural intermediary between East and West. The role of Hong Kong Observatory has evolved from reporting time, producing bad weather warnings to preparing guidelines for Government planning and further development of Hong Kong since the late 20th century. The research project aims at giving a full account of the evolution of the service provided by the Hong Kong Observatory and its relationships with the development of Hong Kong in the context of human, social, economic, environmental, scientific and technological perspectives. (AL01444)


  • Hong Kong Traditional Chinese Medicine Historical Study
  • KWOK Siu Tong, FAN Ka Wai*, LEE Pui Tak*
    2 September 2002
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    The HKSAR government has been planning to develop Chinese medicine and medical practice and the education of these disciplines in Hong Kong. But according to the “Report of the Working Party on Chinese Medicine” issued in 1991, there is still no comprehensive records on persons practicing Chinese medicine in Hong Kong, and “they are still lack of information on organizations of people practicing Chinese medicine and also the business conditions and practicing of healing of injuries, acupuncture, and other forms of traditional Chinese medicine”. Up to now, this situation has not changed. In reviewing the past and looking into the future, the practice of Chinese medicine has to step forward from its own tradition. Researches and studies aiming to compile a clear record of the development of Chinese medicine in Hong Kong is therefore very essential as a basis of future development. (CU02019)


  • In-service Teacher Training Course: Learning and Teaching of S1-3 Integrated Humanities
  • SO Kee Long Billy, LEUNG Yuen Sang, TSANG Shui Lung, SIU Kam Wah
    1 February 2002
    Education Department, Hong Kong SAR Government

    This project provides in-service teacher training to secondary school teachers in support of the newly implemented subject Integrated Humanities for S1-3. (AL01863)


  • In-Service Teacher Training Courses and Self-learning Package "Inquiry into the 20th Century World" for Secondary School Teachers
  • SO Kee Long Billy, LEUNG Yuen Sang, YIP Hon Ming, SIU Kam Wah, PLUSS Caroline
    1 September 2003
    Curriculum Development Council, Education and Manpower Bureau

    This project provides In-service teacher teaching courses and self-learning package on the 20th Century World History of the revised S4-5 History curriculum. (AL03840)


  • In-Service Teacher Training Courses for the S4-6 History Curriculum – Compulsory Part for Secondary School Teachers
  • FAURE David William
    1 July 2007
    Education and Manpower Bureau, HKSAR Government

    'The training courses and the production of learning and teaching materials are developed for local secondary school history teachers. (ED07743)


  • In-Service Teacher Training Courses on Learning and Teaching of Chinese History (S1-3), History (S1-3) and History & Culture (S1-3)
  • SO Kee Long Billy, LEUNG Yuen Sang, CHEUNG Hok Ming Frederick, HO Pui Yin, SIU Kam Wah
    1 January 2003
    Curriculum Development Council, Education and Manpower Bureau

    This project provides in-service teacher training to secondary school of S1-3 in implementing the curricula of Chinese History, History, and History & Culture. (AL02300)


  • The Jesuits in Hong Kong (B*)
  • CHEUNG Hok Ming Frederick
    1 December 2005
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    In 1926, the Society of Jesus started its mission to Hong Kong. The Jesuit mission has a profound impact to Hong Kong through its significant social contribution. After the Jesuits established their basis at Ricci Hall, the University of Hong Kong, they were entrusted the South China Seminary in Aberdeen in 1931. In 1931, they took over the Wah Yan College, which has produced many local elite. In the 1950s, some Jesuits were involved in cooperatives, and Father John Collins promoted the Credit Union Movement. Since 1926, some 130 Irish Jesuits served in Hong Kong of whom a dozen are still serving in Hong Kong now. The Jesuits in Hong Kong since 1926 have been dedicated in education, writing, and social work; and they have made great cultural impact and significant social contribution to Hong Kong. This project will look into the contribution, social and educational in particular, of the Jesuits in Hong Kong. I will compile biographical notes on all of the significant Jesuits in Hong Kong, and then an article or a book will be written to analyze their contribution. It is hoped that this study will become an important reference for the study of the Catholic religious orders and their contribution in Hong Kong. Meanwhile, I have submitted an application on .The Contribution of the Jesuits in Hong Kong since 1926. to the Earmarked Research Grant, 2006 on October 3, 2005. (AL05553)


  • An Oral History of Hong Kong Chinese Medicine
  • KWOK Siu Tong
    1 April 2002
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This project aims to carry out a pilot study of HK Chinese medicine by carrying out an oral historical study of a group of Chinese medical practitioners and their patients. The results will be analyzed to prepare for a major study of the topic. (AL01766)


  • Powering Hong Kong for 100 Years
  • KWOK Siu Tong
    1 October 2000
    CLP Power Hong Kong Limited

    The project consists of two items: the souvenir book and the compilation of China Light & Power (CLP) historical archives. The souvenir book includes a social investigation activity and the later editorial work of the book. The social investigation activity is performed in collaboration with the Department of History of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). University students are arranged to conduct interviews in the society in order to investigate the relationship between the development of CLP and Hong Kong people's livelihood. The theme of the souvenir book is "Electricity and Livelihood". By the using of materials from the social investigation and other historical sources, this book attempts to give an introduction to the development of both CLP and Hong Kong. Compilation of CLP historical archives is to build up a comprehensive record of historical documents and information. The aim of the establishment of the archives is to facilitate further researches in the future. (AL20004)


  • Reconstruction of Shatin History - An Oral History Project
  • HO Pui Yin
    1995-2001
    Wilson Heritage Trust


  • Relations between Hong Kong and France from 1858 to 2008
  • HO Pui Yin
    1 February 2007
    The Consulate General of France in Hong Kong

    The Consulate General of France in Hong Kong The research project aims to study the period from the establishment of the Consulat Général de France á Hong Kong form 1855 to 2008. The detailed historical account would include the following aspects:
    (i) General development of the Consulat Général de France á Hong Kong;
    (ii) Opportunities and impacts brought about by the French people to Hong Kong society; and
    (iii) Major incidents, policy decisions and proposals of the French community to Hong Kong society. (AL06498)


  • Resource Package on the S4-5 History Curriculum
  • SO Kee Long Billy, CHENG Sau Yi Joan, SIU Kam Wah
    14 February 2004
    Education & Manpower Bureau, HKSAR Government

    This project shall develop and produce the resource package on the S4-5 History Curriculum. The content of the package shall be in line with the current S4-5 History Curriculum of the Key Learning Area (KLA) of Personal, Social and Humanities Education, which is stipulated in the curriculum documents of the History Curriculum and Assessment Guide (Secondary 4-5) 2003 prepared by the Curriculum Development Council. (AL03809)


  • Roads and Urban Development in Hong Kong (1986-2006)
  • HO Pui Yin, CHEUNG Hok Ming Frederick, YIU Wing Ka#
    26 July 2005
    Highways Department, HKSAR Government

    Mega transport infrastructure projects constructed during the 1980s and 1990s enabled Hong Kong.s phenomenal development in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. They have become symbols of Hong Kong and models for other contemporary cities in the region. At the same time, our metropolis is largely characterised by a compact and high-density urban transport structure, as well as high levels of accessibility that are associated with efficient urban lifestyles and values. The highly sophisticated and efficient transport networks are synonymous with Hong Kong and are crucial to our future development. The early urban transport construction works in Hong Kong reflected the philosophy of .laissez faire. adopted by the Hong Kong government. Infrastructure and transport facilities were built to meet the immediate needs of society, which witnessed rapid population growths, and increase in commercial and industrial activity. The preparation and application of comprehensive master plans to create balanced and self-contained communities only became necessary after the implementation of the new town policy. It was in the 1980s that the earliest transport planning in its present form started to take shape. Using the 1980s as the starting point, the proposed study aims to provide a detailed account and a general review of the major transport construction works. This is to explain the rapid urbanisation process of Hong Kong since the 1980s and to evaluate the development potential of the city. (AL05512)


  • A Study of Historical Development of Water Supply in Hong Kong
  • HO Pui Yin
    1999-2002
    Water Supplies Department, HKSAR


  • A Study of the Urban and Port Development in Hong Kong (1843-2002)
  • HO Pui Yin, LUI Yuen Chong Adam*, YEE Yim Kwong*
    30 April 2002
    Civil Engineering Department, HKSAR Government

    The overall strategies and prescriptive possibilities of urban development have proved to be problematical and certainly subservient to the geographic, economic and political constraints. The scarcity of land, the rapid growth of population and the uncertainty of the political future before 1997 were constant sources of urban planning obstacles in Hong Kong. The earliest urban development was piecemeal and was largely drawn up to meet immediate requirements. It was not until the post-war period that the contemporary urban form of Hong Kong began to take shape. The development of the early city grew along the two sides of the Victoria Harbour . notably with the construction of habour infrastructure facilities and reclamation of land in new Kowloon and northern Hong Kong Island. Land formation became the foundation of early stages of industrialization in the 1960.s. Since the 1970.s, the changing spatial pattern and increasing emphases on the New Territories have initiated the expansion of urban area. New land formation policies have been introduced to make Hong Kong a center that is able to provide man power, establish international co-ordination linkages, and modern infrastructure resources for further development. The proposed research seeks to study these elements and highlight upon the evolutionary process of urbanization of Hong Kong. (AL01999)


  • The Walls and Waters: A Comparative Study of City Cultures in Modern Asia-Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore, 1800-1950
  • LEUNG Yuen Sang
    15 October 2004
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This project represents an attempt at comparing and contrasting the development and change of city cultures in three maritime cities in Asia where Chinese are the dominating population. Using the “walls” and “waters” as cultural symbols, this project will investigate the clash, competition and cooperation between two main cultural forces in these cities-one (the walls: city-wall, buildings and other architectures) representing land-based Confucian social and political values and the other (waters, including waterways and waterfronts) representing business and commercial culture that had close links with the outside, maritime world. From an analysis of the construction and demolition of the city-walls, for example, we could learn more about political control, protection, social status and stratification in the city, while the study of waterways and waterfronts could gain insights in our understanding of waterways and waterfronts could gain insights in our understanding of economic development and business culture in the city, particularly in the area of external trade and shipping. The expansion of business culture and the rise of foreign trade in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries had profound impact on city life in all three cities under investigation, challenging the influence of Confucianism and the socio-political order, and helped shape a new economy and a cosmopolitan culture. (CU04403)


  • 文化之旅:中國文化之旅與高中人文學科整合 (Cultural Tourism: Chinese Cultural Tours and the Integration of the Humanities of Senior Secondary School)
  • 郭少棠 KWOK Siu Tong, 雷震寰 LUI Chun Wan Alex (Dept of Architecture)
    1 September 2000
    Quality Education Fund, HKSAR Government

    往四川少數民族風土民情實地考察和調查報告,以提高高中學生對中國歷史及民族發展、以至人文科的認識。 (ED20013)


  • 東華三院歷史與發展 (History and Development of the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals)
  • TING Sun Pao Joseph, David FAURE, HO Pui Yin, LEUNG Yuen Sang, SO Kee Long, YIP Hon Ming
    1 April 2007
    Tung Wah Group of Hospitals

    這項計劃的目的是編撰香港東華三院自創建起至今天的歷史與發展,藉著總結過去經驗,反映東華三院未來可能之發展方向及其與本地以至內地社會的互動關係。


  • 東華三院檔案資料彚編延續計劃 (The Archives of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Extended Project 2008-2009)
  • Prof. David Faure (Project Director), Prof. Ho Pui Yin, Prof. Leung Ki Che, Prof. Leung Yuen Sang, Prof. So Kee Long, Dr. Ting Sun Pao, Prof. Yip Hon Ming, and representatives of TWGHs
    2008-2009
    Tung Wah Group of Hospitals

    這項計劃旨在參閱東華三院檔案,以東華三院與香港慈善事業的現代化為題,選出具代表性、有助歷史研究者與學生進行研究的文件和檔案,編輯成冊,以便出版。上限由1930年代開始,下限是1970年代。


  • 東華三院檔案資料彚編計劃 (The Archives of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals 2006-2008)
  • Prof. David Faure (Project Director), Prof. Ho Pui Yin, Prof. Leung Yuen Sang, Prof. So Kee Long, Prof. Yip Hon Ming, and representatives of the TWGHs
    2006-2008
    Tung Wah Group of Hospitals

    這項計劃旨在參閱東華三院檔案,選出具代表性、有助歷史研究者與學生進行研究的文件和檔案,編輯成冊,以便出版。上限從十九世紀開始,內容方面,主要涵蓋東華三院與香港慈善事業的現代化和東華義莊。


  • 香港小童群益會七十周年紀念特刊 (The Boy's & Girl's Clubs Association 70th Anniversary)
  • 郭少棠 KWOK Siu Tong
    1 January 2005
    The Boy's & Girl's Clubs Association of Hong Kong

    香港小童群益會邀請郭少棠教授為該會編撰香港小童群益自1936 年來﹐在香港的歷史發展﹐並組織兼職編輯小組﹐為該會整理70 年來的歷史資料﹐供中大圖書館收藏。 (AL04908)


  • 香港遊樂場協會七十周年紀念特刊 (Hong Kong Playground Association 70th Anniversary)
  • 郭少棠 KWOK Siu Tong
    1 May 2002
    Hong Kong Playground Association

    香港遊樂場協會自1933年成立,服務香港青少年已近七十年,為紀念及保留本會與香港社團同驅共進的歷史,協會決定在2003年初出版香港遊樂場協會成立七十周年的紀念特刊,使協會及七十年來的香港青少年生活及社區發展歷史,得以保存。 (AL01746)


  • 香港歷史博物館藏麥兆良神父考古藏品研究 (Study on the Maglioni Collection of Archaeological Finds Kept in the Hong Kong Museum of History)
  • 鄧聰 TANG Chung, 邱立誠*
    1 September 2007
    Hong Kong Museum of History

    麥兆良神父於粵東及福建收集的標本,一直未有進行深入的研究,因此並未能真正反映該批文物的意義。近年廣東省粵東、福建閩南及其鄰近地區大量考古新發現,可供對比研究的材料大大增加。我們希望透過對這批材料深入的研究,對標本的年代、考古性質等作更準確的鑒定。令該批標本發揮更大的件用。 (AL07396)


  • 從社區到國際城市 -- 香港歷史文化回憶重構研究計劃第二期 (From Community to International City - Hong Kong Community's Cultural Collective Memory Research Phase II)
  • 郭少棠 KWOK Siu Tong
    1 April 2003
    Hong Kong Museum of History

    (1) 本年度與香港歷史悠久的商會、同鄉及族群團體合作﹐主題是中國族群、地區人士移民 (潮、客、滬等) 和香港本土居民混融﹐共創香港歷史的研究;
    (2) 繼續進行香港十八區口述歷史的訪問及研究。
    (AL02738)


  • 從社區到國際城市―香港歷史文化回憶重構(第三期) (From Community to International City - Hong Kong Community & Cultural Collective Memory Phase 3)
  • 郭少棠 KWOK Siu Tong
    1 June 2004
    Hong Kong Museum of History

    本年度將與香港各小數族裔團體合作﹐主題是外籍族群移民本土﹐和本港居民混融﹐共創香港歷史的研究。繼續進行香港十八區口述歷史的訪問及研究。 (AL03783)


  • 港島東區文物掌故 (Eastern District Monuments and Legends)
  • 郭少棠 KWOK Siu Tong, 沈思 SHUM Si SIU, Kwok Kin*
    16 December 2002
    Eastern District Council

    《港島東區文物掌故》是以港島東區街坊及社團領袖訪問為重點﹐配合文獻和歷史圖片﹐重塑東區昔日面貌﹐全書約六萬字﹐32 開書度﹐約200 頁﹐相片150 張。 (AL02779)




Research Publications


  • CHEUNG Hok Ming Frederick. "The Contribution of the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres in Hong Kong in the Twentieth Century." Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies (Japan: Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University) vol.23 (Nov 2007), pp.89-98



  • CHEUNG Hok Ming Frederick. "The Making of the Modern World 現代世界的孕育". NSS Enriching Knowledge for the History Curriculum. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Education Bureau, April 2008



  • CHEUNG Hok Ming Frederick. "The Social Contribution of the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres in Hong Kong". International Academic Symposium on "Daily Lives of Urban Elite in the 20th Century - China & France", Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong and others, 18 Dec 2006



  • CHEUNG Sui Wai . “Traditional Society in Tai Po”, In Traditions and Heritage in Tai Po, pp. 36-49. Hong Kong: Working Group on Promotion of Local Community Economy in Tai Po; Agriculture, Fisheries, Commerce, Industries, Tourism and Recreation Affairs Committee; Tai Po District Council. 2008
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  • CHOI Chi Cheung. "Competition among brothers: the Kin Tye Lung Company and its associate companies" in Chinese Business Enterprise in Asia, edited by Rajeswary Brown. pp.96-114. Routledge, 1995.
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  • CHOI Chi Cheung. "Kinship and business: paternal and maternal kin in the Chaozhou Chinese family firms" Business History vol.40 no.1 (1998), pp. 26-49.
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  • CHOI Chi Cheung. "Reenforcing ethnicity: the Jiao festival in Cheung Chau" (reprint of 1995) in Hong Kong: a Reader in Social History, edited by David Faure. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 2003, pp.92-120.
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  • CHOI Chi Cheung. "Settlement of Chinese families in Macau" in Macau: City of Commerce and Culture edited by Cremer, R.D. pp.61-80. Hong Kong: API Press, 1991.
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  • HO Pui Yin. The Administrative History of the Hong Kong Government Agencies 1841-2002.Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2004.
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  • HO Pui Yin. Challenges for an Evolving City - 160 Years of Port and Land Development in Hong Kong. Hong Kong SAR: Commercial Press (H.K.), 2004.07.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HD943 .H42513 2004; UL HK Studies HD943 .H42513 2004 c.3)



  • HO Pui Yin. "Les Rites Purificatoires Pour La Paix Dans Le District De Shatin A Hong Kong ". Perspectives Chinoises vol.67 no.1, pp.65-78. Paris, France: Centre d’Dtudes Francais Surla Chine Contemporaine, 2001.12.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS779.15 .P4713 no.33-38, 2001)



  • HO Pui Yin. "Purification Rites for Peace Ceremony in the Shatin District of Hong Kong". China Perspectives vol.38 no.1, pp.60-72. Paris, France: French Centre for Research on Contemporary China, 2001.11.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS779.15 .P47 no.63-68, 2001)



  • HO Pui Yin. Roads and Urban Development in Hong Kong (1946-2006), Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Press, 2009.



  • HO Pui Yin. Water for a Barren Rock - 150 Years of Water Supply in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: The Commercial Press (Hong Kong) Ltd, 2001.03.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL TD313.H85 H413 2001; UL HK Studies TD313.H85 H413 2001 c.3; NA General Education TD313.H85 H413 2001 c.2)



  • HO Pui Yin. Ways to Urbanisation: Post-War Road Development in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2008.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HE365.H72 H48 2008; CC General Education HE365.H72 H48 2008 c.2)


  • HO Pui Yin. Weathering the Storm - Hong Kong Observatory and Social Development. 1st ed. 364 pgs. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong University Press, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL QC875.H6 H4 2003; UL HK Studies QC875.H6 H4 2003 c.2)



  • LEUNG Yuen Sang. "The Walls and Waters: A Comparative Study of City Cultures in Modern China -- Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong". Occasional Papers No.5. 34 pgs. Hong Kong SAR: Shanghai-Hong Kong Development Institute, 2002.10.



  • LEUNG Yuen Sang. The walls and waters : a comparative study of city cultures in modern China : Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Shanghai : Shanghai-Hong Kong Development Institute ; Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, 2002.
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  • Michael H. Lee. "From Excitement to Disillusionment: The Lessons of Education Reform in Hong Kong, 1997-2007". The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in Its First Decade ed. by Joseph Y.S. Cheng. Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR: City University of Hong Kong Press, 2007.10.01. pp.667-697.



  • MORLEY Ian Brandon. "Disregarded Heritage and the Neglected Value of Civic Design: Threats to History in New Delhi and Hong Kong". International Conference on Asian Heritages at the Crossroads. Hong Kong: Centre for Anthropological Research, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong, 2007.12.04.



  • MORLEY Ian Brandon. "Endangered Star Ferry". Architecture Week .Engene, USA, 2006.12. 06. p.6.



  • MORLEY Ian Brandon. "Hong Kong Villages". Architecture Week. Eugene, USA, 2006.10.11. p.7



  • SO Kee Long Billy. Power and identity in the Chinese world order : festschrift in honour of Professor Wang Gungwu.Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 2 hours HN740.Z9 P68 2003; UL HK Studies HN740.Z9 P68 2003 c.3; UL Chinese Overseas Coll HN740.Z9 P68 2003 c.2)



  • YIP Hon Ming. "Chinese Society, Colonial State: The Protection of Women in Early Colonial Hong Kong". Paper presented in the International Symposium on "Women, Nation and Society in Modern China (1600-1950)", organised by the Institute of Modern History, Academic Sinica. 22pgs. Taipei, Taiwan, 2001.08.



  • YIP Hon Ming. "Critical Studies of Women and Gender in Chinese History in Hong Kong's Intercultural Context". American Historical Association Annual Meeting 2008.01.04.



  • YIP Hon Ming. "From Nothing to Nothing: The Chinese Communist Movement and Hong Kong, 1921-1936, by Chan Lau Kit-ching". The China Journal vol.45, pp.269-270. Canberra, 2001.



  • YIP Hon Ming. "Hau Wong Worship and Socioreligious Activities". (co-authored with HO Wai Yee) Tung Chung Before and After the New AirportAn Ethnographic Study of a Communiy in Hong Kong ed. by Tam Siumi Maria and Yip Hon Ming. pp.198-238. Hong Kong: Antiquities and Monuments Office of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, 2005.12.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies DS796.H76 T65 2005)



  • YIP Hon Ming. "Hong Kong and Chinese Democracy in the Late 1940s". International Interdsciplinary Conference on "Lesson from History" 10 pgs. Hong Kong: Lingnan University, 2006.06.09.



  • YIP Hon Ming. "Into the Postcolonial Era: Women's Studies in Hong Kong". Guide to Women's Studies in China ed. by Gail Hershatter, Emily Honig, Susan Mann and Lisa Rofel. pp.63-114. Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, 1998.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HQ1181.C5 G85 1998 c.2; UL HK Studies HQ1181.C5 G85 1998)



  • YIP Hon Ming. "Local Archives and Studies of Chinese Communes". 《香港檔案學會通訊》 第四期, 頁9-18. Hong Kong SAR: 香港檔案學會, 2003.03.30.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Electronic Resource)



  • YIP Hon Ming. Merchant capital, the small peasant economy, and foreign capitalism : the case of Weixian, 1900s-1937. 655 pages. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, c1988 (1989 printing)
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HC428.S52Y56)



  • YIP Hon Ming. Women in China : bibliography of available English language materials. (co-authored with Lucie Cheng, Charlotte Furth) 109 pages. Berkeley,Calif. : Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Center for Chinese Studies, c1984.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reference Z7964.C5 C47)



  • YIP Hon Ming. "Women in Hong Kong's History". A Historical Survey of Hong Kong Women's Identities: Selected Essays for the Thematic Exhibition ed. by Gender Research Center, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. pp.14-20. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Heritage Museum Leisure and Cultural Seuices Department, 2002.



  • 卜永堅:《大埔傳統與文物》,與廖迪生 ... [等] 合著,香港 : 大埔區議會漁農工商、旅遊及文娛康體委員會推動大埔區本土經濟發展工作小組, 2008。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document DS796.H76 T285 2008)



  • 卜永堅:《黃大仙區風物志》,游子安主編、與張瑞威合編,香港 : 黃大仙區議會, 2003。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H76 W668 2003 c.3; UL Gov Document DS796.H76 W668 2003; UL HK Studies DS796.H76 W668 2003 c.2)



  • 卜永堅:《嶺南歷史與社會》,鄭培凱主編、與游子安、張為群責任編輯,香港 : 香港城市大學出版社, 2003。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 4 hours DS793.K7 L4948 2003)



  • 朱鴻林:<往事正堪回首>,《珠海學院六十周年校慶特刊》,中國香港特別行政區:珠海學院,2007.10,頁72-74。



  • 何佩然:《中國海關史論文集》(與吳倫霓霞合編) , (Collection Papers on the History of Chinese Maritime Customs), Hong Kong, Chung Chi College, The CUHK, 1998.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HJ7071.A3 C57 1997; CC Univ Archive HJ7071.A3 C57 1997 c.2)



  • 何佩然:《地換山移 -- 香港海港及土地發展一百六十年》.香港特別行政區: 商務印書館(香港), 2004.07.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HD943 .H425 2004 c.2; UL HK Studies HD943 .H425 2004)

  • 何佩然:<百載爐峰之樓下閂水喉>. 香港特別行政區: RTHK香港電台, 2001.07.



  • 何佩然:《建城之道:戰後香港的道路發展》,香港特別行政區:香港大學出版社, 2008.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HE365.H72 H48 2008; CC General Education HE365.H72 H48 2008 c.2)



  • 何佩然:《施與受-從濟急到定期服務(東華三院檔案資料彙編系列之二)》,香港:三聯書店,2009。



  • 何佩然:《風雲可測 - 香港天文台與社會的變遷》,香港特別行政區:香港大學出版社,2003。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL QC875.H6 H4 2003; UL HK Studies QC875.H6 H4 2003 c.2)



  • 何佩然:《香港供水一百五十年歷史研究報告》 (A Study of Historical Development of Water Supply in Hong Kong),香港: International Fuzzy Systems Association, 2001.03.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document TD313.H85 H43 2001)



  • 何佩然:<香港供水系統的發展與都市擴張 (Development of Water Supply System and the Urbanization of Hong Kong)>. Paper presented in the International Conference on Maritime Cities: Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, organized by Department of History and Research Institute for Humanities, The Chinese University of Hong Kong., Hong Kong, 2001.03.



  • 何佩然:<香港新界沙田太平清醮的特色及其社會功能>. Paper presented in the International Conference on Religious Society and Regional Cultures, organized by Religion Department, The Chinese University of Hong Kong., Hong Kong, 2001.05.



  • 何佩然:<香港新界沙田太平清醮的特色及其社會功能>.《宗教, 社會與區域文化:華南與西南硏究》(譚偉倫、李剛編),香港特別行政區:香港中文大學崇基學院宗教與中國社會硏究中心,2003。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies BL1810 .Z65 2001 c.2; CC BL1810 .Z65 2001)



  • 何佩然:<新界農業的轉型:沙田個案研究>,論文發表於香港社會史新論研討會,主辦機構為香港浸會大學. 香港, 2000.07.15.



  • 何佩然:《源與流-東華醫院的創立與演進(東華三院檔案資料彙編系列之一)》,香港:三聯書店,2009。



  • 何佩然:《點滴話當年 - 香港供水一百五十年》,香港特別行政區:商務印書館,2001.03。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL TD313.H85 H4 2001; UL HK Studies TD313.H85 H4 2001 c.2; NA General Education TD313.H85 H4 2001 c.3)



  • 李曉康:<香港教育改革的經驗>,New Horizons in Education -- Journal of Education,第51 期,2005.05.01,頁 9-21。



  • 張瑞威:〈九龍十三鄉專輯〉與蕭國健合編,見《東九龍金禧特刊1957-2007》,香港:東九龍居民委員會編,2007年,頁51-63。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize DS796.H76 K626 2007; UL HK Studies DS796.H76 K626 2007)



  • 張瑞威:〈九龍衙前圍村吳氏祖先的追尋〉,《田野與文獻:華南研究資料中心通訊》,第45期 (2006),頁3-11。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Periodical DS793.S644 H83; Available Online)



  • 張瑞威:〈宗族的聯合與分裂:竹園蒲崗林氏編修族譜原因探微〉,見《華南研究資料中心通訊》,第28期 (2002) ,頁1-8
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • 張瑞威:〈庚午年(1990)粉嶺鄉太平清醮〉與區達仁合著,載《華南研究資料中心通訊》,第九期 (1997) ,頁8-11。
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • 張瑞威:〈粉嶺太平洪朝〉與區達仁合著,載《華南研究》第一期 (1994),頁24-38。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Closed Stack Per DS793.S644 H82)



  • 張瑞威:《黃大仙區風物志》游子安主編;張瑞威、卜永堅編撰,香港:黃大仙區議會,2003
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H76 W668 2003; UL Gov Document DS796.H76 W668 2003; UL HK Studies DS796.H76 W668 2003)



  • 張瑞威:〈傳統社會與生活〉,載《大埔傳統與文物》,香港:大埔區議會、漁農工商、旅遊及文娛康體委員會、推動大埔區本土經濟發展工作小組合編,2008年,頁36-48。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL gov Document DS796.H76 T285 2008)



  • 張瑞威:〈新界早期經濟活動(1898-1970)研究報告〉,未刊,藏香港文化博物館,1997。



  • 張瑞威:〈新舊廟宇的聯合:香港官塘地藏王廟酬神考察報告〉與馬木池合著,載《華南研究資料中心通訊》,第十期 (1998),頁9-13。
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • 張瑞威:〈衙前圍七約與太平清醮〉,載《衙前圍七約第二十九屆(十年一屆) 丙戌年太平清醮特刊》,衙前圍七約建醮委員會編,2006年,頁14。



  • 張瑞威:〈樟樹灘村調查-歷史及建築物〉,未刊,藏香港古物古蹟辦事處,2007。



  • 張瑞威:〈鯉魚門的歷史、古蹟與傳說〉,載《華南研究資料中心通訊》,第廿期,2000年,頁5-10。
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • 張瑞威:〈鯉魚門--傳說中的歷史與歷史中的傳說〉,見《考察香港--文化歷史個案研究》, 香港城市大學中國文化中心編,香港:三聯書店,2005年,頁203-218。



  • 張學明:「為天地立心,為生民立命 - 記梁秉中榮休講座教授告別演講的一些感人片段」 《新亞生活》 第34卷,第2期,頁12-13
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Univ Archive AS451.H75; Available Online)



  • 張學明:〈「耶穌會在香港的歷史:自一九二六至今」〉,見《香港中文大學天主教硏究中心》,香港:香港中文大學天主教硏究中心,2007年1月,頁20



  • 張學明:〈香港的慈善服務 - 以聖保祿修會為案例〉,報告發表於扶輪會(九龍區)會議,2006年11月



  • 張學明:〈香港聖保祿修會的慈善服務〉,見《歷史上的慈善活動與社會動力》張學明、梁元生編,香港:香港教育圖書公司,2005年11月,頁237-258
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV40.8.C6 L52 2005)



  • 張學明:〈記兩位中古史學家來訪中大〉,《新亞生活月刊》 第34卷,第3 期 (2006年11月),頁20-21



  • 張學明:《歷史上的慈善活動與社會動力》與梁元生合編,香港:香港教育圖書公司,2005(CUHK Library Call No: UL HV40.8.C6 L52 2005)



  • 梁元生:《施榆集》,香港:香江出版公司,1998。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Literature PL2878.A68947 S45 1998; NA PL2878.A68947 S45 1998 c.2)



  • 梁元生:<虛擬綱海與文化之舟——兼談香港中文大學的文化網站和人民在線>. 《科技發展與人文重建論文集》 汪雁秋、江佩穎及薜麗春編,2002初版,頁119-134,台灣:法鼓人文社會學院,2002.02。



  • 梁元生:《雙龍吐艷:滬港之文化交流與互動》(與王宏志合編),香港:滬港發展聯合研究所, 香港亞太研究所,2005。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.S25 S58 2005 c.3; UL HK Studies DS796.S25 S58 2005; CC Reserve 1 day DS796.S25 S58 2005)



  • 梁元生:《邊緣與之間》,香港:三聯書店(香港)有限公司,2008。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL CB251 .L48 2008)



  • 郭少棠:《大學道上 : 敎育理想與實踐的反思》,香港:香港敎育圖書公司,1997。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies LA1134.H6 K82 1997 c.3; CC LA1134.H6 K82 1997)



  • 郭少棠:《中學世界歷史》,香港:朗文出版(遠東)有限公司,1986-1989。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL D16.4.H64 K86 1986 v.1; UL D16.4.H64 K86 1986 v.2)



  • 郭少棠:《反叛與成長 : 身份的危機與尋覓》,香港:突破出版社,1995。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL AC150 .K875 1995)



  • 郭少棠:《光耀百年》(與沈思合編),香港: 中華電力有限公司,2001。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HD9697.A3 H56 2001 c.2; UL HK Studies HD9697.A3 H56 2001)



  • 郭少棠:《育才創新路 : 香港十年教育回望》(執行編輯沈思),香港:教育局,2008。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document LA1134.H6 G88 2008; UL Gov Document LA1134.H6 G88 2008 vddisc)



  • 郭少棠:《走進社區覓舊情 : 尋找油尖旺舊人舊事》(與香港中文大學社區文化硏究小組合編),香港:油尖旺區議會 : 香港中文大學人文學科硏究所跨文化硏究中心,2002。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H76 Y388 2002 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H76 Y388 2002)



  • 郭少棠:《卓越的追求 : 大學敎育的理論與實踐》(與楊國榮合編),香港:香港中文大學崇基學院通識敎育辦公室,1990。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies LB2325.C53; CC LB2325.C53 c.2)



  • 郭少棠:《東區風物志 : 集體記憶社區情》(與沈思合著),香港:東區區議會,2003。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H76 E363 2003 c.3; UL Gov Document DS796.H76 E363 2003; UL HK Studies DS796.H76 E363 2003 c.2)



  • 郭少棠:《初中世界歷史 : 東西文化的交匯》,香港:朗文出版(遠東)有限公司,1986-。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL D16.4.H64 G86 1986 v.1; UL D16.4.H64 G86 1986 v.2; CC Secondary Textbook D21 .L36 1986 v.1 c.2; CC Secondary Textbook D21 .L36 1986 v.2 c.2)



  • 郭少棠:《初中世界歷史作業簿 : 東西文化的交匯》(與梁一鳴合編),香港:朗文出版(遠東)有限公司,1986-。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL D16.4.H64 G86 1986 wkbk. v.1)



  • 郭少棠:〈近三十年兩岸三地史學發展回顧―文化的沖擊與超越:跨文化、多元史學與网格思維〉,論文發表於《「新世紀中國歷史學:挑戰與思考」學術研討會》,第5-1至15-19頁. 香港特別行政區,2002.11。



  • 郭少棠:《城市心靈》,Hong Kong : Oxford University Press, 2000.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Literature PL2860.U6 C47 2000; NA PL2860.U6 C47 2000 c.3)



  • 郭少棠:《旅行 : 跨文化想像》,北京市:北京大学出版社,2005。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL G180 .G86 2005 c.3; UL HK Studies G180 .G86 2005; UC General Education G180 .G86 2005 c.4)



  • 郭少棠:《童步成長路》,香港:香港小童群益會,2006。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV800.H62 G86 2006 c.2; UL HK Studies HV800.H62 G86 2006; UC General Education HV800.H62 G86 2006 c.3)



  • 郭少棠:《遊樂顯童真 : 從遊樂場到社會服務》(執行編輯沈思;編輯梁偉權及李偉良),香港:香港遊樂場協會,2003。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV800.H6 G86 2003 c.2; UL HK Studies HV800.H6 G86 2003)



  • 郭少棠:《德國現代化新論 : 權力與自由》,香港:商務印書館,1992。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DD175.K8; UL HK Studies DD175.K8 c.4)



  • 葉漢明:<中國鄉村社會結構論:香港新界一例>. 《"近五百年來中國社會結構的歷史變動"國際學術研討會》 12 頁. 天津: 南開大學, 2005.08.23.



  • 葉漢明:<主流化與反潮流:邁進後殖民時代的香港性別研究>. 《"近二十年華人社會之性別研究:回顧與前瞻"國際學術研討會》 10 頁. 香港: 香港中文大學, 2005.11.17.



  • 葉漢明:"周邊を經由しての權威への復歸─香港にわける中國民主同盟、1946-1949". 周邊を見 20世紀中國--日‧韓‧台‧港‧中 對話-- 橫山宏章, 久保亨, 川島真編. 頁 193-219. 福岡: 中國書店, 2002.12.



  • 葉漢明:《性別學與婦女硏究 : 華人社會的探索》. (co-authored with張妙淸, 郭佩蘭) 香港 : 中文大學出版社, 1995.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HQ1181.C5 H75 1995; UL HK Studies HQ1181.C5 H75 1995 c.3)



  • 葉漢明:<近世慈善事業與全球網絡:東華義莊歷史檔案的啟示>. 中央研究院歷史語言研究所明清研究會講座, 2008.05.09.



  • 葉漢明:<「便從此處作根源」:從保良局楹聯看歷史>. 《保良局楹聯彙輯》 保良局歷史博物館編. 第1 版 6 頁. 香港特別行政區: 保良局歷史博物館, 2006.08.



  • 葉漢明:<政治記憶與記憶政治化:香港的例子>. (co-authored with黃秀顏) 論文發表於 《華人社會口述歷史工作研討會》, 主辦機構為香港大學亞洲研究中心及社會學系, 5 頁. 香港, 2004.11.12.



  • 葉漢明:<香港史與感性史識>. 《香港歷史、文化與社會: 教與學篇》 廖迪生,張兆和,蔡志祥編. 第一卷, 頁225-244. 香港特別行政區: 香港科技大學華南研究中心, 2001.10.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H755 X54 2001 v.1; UL HK Studies DS796.H755 X54 2001 v.1 c.2)



  • 葉漢明:<埋夾高手:少年工湯月娥的故事>. 《千針萬線:香港成衣工人口述史》 蔡寶瓊編. 第 1 版 97-113. 香港: 進一步多媒體有限公司, 2008.01.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 1 day HD9940.H62 Q53 2008 c.3; UL HK Studies HD9940.H62 Q53 2008 c.2; UC Special Language Collection HD9940.H62 Q53 2008)



  • 葉漢明:<婦女史、性別史及其他:近二十年中國大陸和香港的近代中國婦女史研究及其發展前景 >. 論文發表於 《中國近代史的再思考國際學術研討會》, 主辦機構為中央研究院近代史研究所, 30 頁. 台北市, 2005.06.30.



  • 葉漢明:<婦女、性別及其他:近廿年中國大陸和香港的近代中國婦女史研究及其發展前景>. 《中國近代婦女史研究》 第13期, 107-165. 台灣台北: 中央研究院近代史研究所, 2005.12.



  • 葉漢明:<從周邊回歸權威─中國民主同盟在香港>. 論文發表於"從周邊看到的二十世紀中國"學術討論會, 由20世紀中國研究會主辦. 22頁. 日本對馬, 2001.11.



  • 葉漢明:<統整與皈依:國民黨左派在香港,1946-1949>. 第二次中華民國史中青年學者國際學術研討會 南京大學中華民國史研究中心等主辦 29頁. 南京, 2002.12.13.



  • 葉漢明:<殖民主義與女性:關於研究方案的對話>. 中央研究院近代史研究所婦女與性別史研究群講座, 2008.05.08.



  • 葉漢明:<殖民地與革命文化霸權:香港與四十年代後期的中國共產主義運動>. (co-authored with蔡寶瓊) 《中國文化研究所學報》 新第十期, 頁191-215. 香港: 香港中文大學中國文化研究所, 2001.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical AS451 .H62 no.10, 2001)



  • 葉漢明:<華人社會、殖民地國家與婦女:香港一例>. 《國家、地方、民眾的互動與社會變遷》 唐力行編. 第1版 頁423-437. 北京: 商務印書館, 2004.06.



  • 葉漢明:<華人社會、殖民地國家與婦女:香港一例>. 論文發表於 《國家、地方、民眾的互動與社會變遷國際學術研討會》, 主辦機構為上海師範大學等, 12頁. 上海, 2002.08.15.



  • 葉漢明:<華人傳統、殖民主義與婦女:香港早期的保良事業>. 《中國文化與女性》 魏國英、王春梅編. 第1版 頁60-76. 香港: 香港萬海語言出版社, 2003.11.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Chinese Overseas Coll HQ1767 .Z485 2002)



  • 葉漢明:<華人傳統、殖民主義與婦女:香港早期的保良事業>. 9 頁. 北京, 2002.06.



  • 葉漢明:<慈善活動與殖民主義──香港早期的保良事業>. 《歷史上的慈善活動與社會動力》 張學明、梁元生編. 頁214-236. 香港: 香港教育圖書公司, 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HV40.8.C6 L52 2005)



  • 葉漢明:<過份的老闆與安份的女工:鐵人楊慈音>. 《千針萬線:香港成衣工人口述史》 蔡寶瓊編. 第1 版 159-173. 香港: 進一步多媒體有限公司, 2008.01.
    (CUHK Library Call No: : UL Reserve 1 day HD9940.H62 Q53 2008 c.3; UL HK Studies HD9940.H62 Q53 2008 c.2; UC Special Language Collection HD9940.H62 Q53 2008)



  • 劉義章:<洋紫荊中的胡姬蘭:香港新加坡國際學校對香港教育改革的啟示> (與關之英合著),論文發表於:《「濱海之城:上海、香港、新加坡」國際學術研討會》,主辦機構為香港中文大學歷史系及人文學科研究所,香港,2001.03。



  • 劉義章:<香港元朗客家村落田野調查初步報告>,《客家淵遠流長——第5 屆國際客家學研討會論文集﹝續篇﹞》,吉隆坡:馬來西亞客家公會聯合會,2000.05.10,頁143-160。



  • 劉義章:《香港社會與文化史論集》(與黃文江合編),香港:香港中文大學聯合書院,2002.07。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HN752.5 .X525 2002 c.3; UL HK Studies HN752.5 .X525 2002 c.2; CC HN752.5 .X525 2002; ICS HN752.5 .X525 2002 c.5)



  • 劉義章:<香港客家村落的歷史與文化考察:崇正新村的個案研究>,《聚落、宗族與族群關系:第四屆國際客家學研討會論文集》,徐正光編,台灣:中央研究院民族學研究所,2000.12,頁99-113。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS731.H3 I57 1998 c.2; UL Chinese Overseas Coll DS731.H3 I57 1998)



  • 劉義章:<獻辭>,《馬鞍山風物誌:礦業興衰》,區志堅編,第1卷,香港特別行政區:沙田區議會,2002.10,頁8-9。



  • 蔡志祥:〈二十世紀初期米糧貿易對農村經濟的影響:湖南省個案研究〉,《食貨月刊》 十六卷九、十期合刊,頁22-50,1987年;十一、十二期合刊,頁50-62,1987年。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HN671 .S54; ICS Periodical HN671 .S54)



  • 蔡志祥:《打醮:香港的節日與地域社會》,香港:三聯出版社,2000年。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL GT4883.H6 C35 2000; UL HK Studies GT4883.H6 C35 2000; CC Reserve GT4883.H6 C35 2000)



  • 蔡志祥:〈企業、歷史記憶與社會想象:乾泰隆與黉利〉,《潮學研究》第13期 (2006),頁158-174



  • 蔡志祥:〈汕頭開埠與海外潮人身份認同的建構:以越南西貢市的義安會館為例〉,見《海外潮人的移民經驗》李志賢編,新加坡:八方文化企業,2003年,頁11-27。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS732 .H2256 2002; UL Chinese Overseas Coll DS732 .H2256 2002)



  • 蔡志祥:《香港歷史文化與社會》(三冊) 與廖迪生、張兆和合編,香港:香港科技大學華南研究中心,2001年。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H755 X54 2001 v.1-3; UL HK Studies DS796.H755 X54 2001)



  • 蔡志祥:《乾泰隆商業文書》,香港:華南研究出版社,2003年。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HF5429.6.H6 Q536 2003)



  • 蔡志祥:〈從喃師傅到道壇經生﹕香港的打醮和社區關係的演變〉,《信仰﹑儀式與社會》林美容編,臺北:中央研究院民族學研究所,2003年,頁367-395。
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Reserve DS702 .I65 2000 v.2; ICS DS702 .I65 2000)



  • 蔡志祥:〈開山宿老與英雄:歷史記憶與香港的移民、定居與糾紛的傳說〉,見《義民信仰與客家社會》[Yimin Belief and the Hakka Society] 賴澤涵、傅寶玉編,台北:南天書局有限公司,2006,頁247-276。



  • 蔡志祥:〈節日、民間宗教和的方社會〉,見《歷史與文化:香港史研究公開講座文集》李光雄等編,香港:香港中央圖書館,2005年,頁67-95,209-211,245-253。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H757 L51488 2002; UL HK Studies DS796.H757 L51488 2002)



  • 鄧聰:《香港考古之旅》,香港:香港區域市政局,1991。



  • 蘇基朗:《香港中文大學歷史系》(助理編輯,楊頌姸等),香港:香港中文大學歷史系, 1999。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Univ Archive LG51.H59.5 D55 1999)



  • 蘇基朗:〈香港歷史教育與中文大學歷史系—世變中之挑戰與回應〉,論文發表於《史教學的危機與轉機研討會》,主辦機構為東吳大學歷史學系,台灣,2001.11。


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