Professor FONG Chee Fun, Gilbert, MH (方梓勳教授, MH)
PhD (University of Toronto)
MA (University of Toronto)
BA (CUHK) MA (York University)
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Office of the Provost
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Professor Fong is the Provost and Professor of School of Translation of The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong. He graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and received his M.As. and Ph.D. from York University (Canada) and the University of Toronto. Afterward, he taught at the University of Toronto and York University in Canada, and was Professor-Reader and Chairman of the Department of Translation at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He has written many articles on modern and contemporary Chinese literature and translation.
An acclaimed translator, Professor Fong translated into English many works by Gao Xingjian, winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Literature. They were published in Wandering Mind and Metaphysical Thoughts, The Other Shore, Snow in August, Cold Literature: Selected Works by Gao Xingjian (with Mabel Lee), Escape and The Man Who Questions Death, and Of Mountains and Seas. He also translated Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, Jean Genet’s Haute Surveillance, Dale Wasserman’s Man of La Mancha, Antonio Skármeta’s Burning Patience, and Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman into Chinese, all for stage performances in Hong Kong. He was editor and author of several books, including Dubbing and Subtitling in a World Context, On Drama, History of Hong Kong Drama, Studies on Hong Kong Drama, Plays from Hong Kong and Hong Kong Drama Review.
Professor Fong is enthusiastic about community services. He is the Chairman of the Sub-committee on Funding for the Performing Arts and Member of the Advisory Committee on Arts Development of Home Affairs Bureau respectively. He is also the Member of Sha Tin Arts and Culture Promotion Committee, Promotion and Research Working Group Member under Sha Tin District Office of Home Affairs Department and the Member of HKSAR Government Scholarship Fund Steering Committee of Education Bureau.
Professor Fong, the first Professor from self-financed institution in Hong Kong, awarded the Medal of Honour in 2018 for his valuable contributions to the development of theatrical arts and arts education in Hong Kong.
|Ms. HO Lancy (何麗施女士)
Assistant to the Provost
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Ms. FUNG Wing Lei, Pamela (馮永莉女士)
Senior Secretary to the Provost
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