<div>Associate Professor</div>
<div>Cheung</div>
Associate Professor
Cheung
 
Position:

Adjunct Research Associate Professor
 
Contact Details:
 
Email: c.cheung@uq.edu.au

Qualifications:
BA, Jinan University, 1982
PhD, University of Sydney, 1994
 
Research Interests:
 
Chinese modernization, modern Chinese intellectual and literary history, Lu Xun studies, Nietzsche and China, and Chinese newspaper censorship in Hong Kong. 
 
Current Research Interests:
 
Lu Xun studies; Lu Xun and Chinese tradition; Chinese newspaper censorship in Hong Kong.
 
Current Research Projects:
 
Lu Xun’s legacy in China; Lu Xun and Confucianism; Chinese newspaper censorship in Hong Kong between 1922-1952.
 
Biography:
 
2014 Adjunct Associate Professor
2013 Adjunct Researcher, Centre of Modern Chinese Literature, Nanjing University
2010-2012 Head of Chinese Division, Nanyang Technological University
2009-2013 Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University
1995-2009 Lecturer, University of Queensland
 
Other Activities and Service: 
  • Chinese Language Society of Hong Kong (since 1986)
  • Oriental Society of Australia (since 1986)
  • Chinese Studies Association of Australia (since 1989)
  • Founding member of the International Society of Study on Modern Chinese Literature in East Asia (since 1999)
  • Founding member and Vice-President of International Society of Lu Xun Studies since 2011
  • On the editorial board of The International Journal of East Asian Chinese Literature (since 2005)
  • On the editorial board of Guoji Lu Xun yanjiu jikan (International Lu Xun studies, Taiwan) since 2013
  • On the editorial board of Han yuyan wenxue yanjiu (Studies on Chinese Language and Literature, Henan, China) since 2013.
 
Selected Publications: 
 
Major Works in English: 
Books: 
  • Lu Xun: The Chinese “Gentle” Nietzsche, Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main (2001). ISBN 3-631-38073-9. xix, 197 pp.
  • Nietzsche in China: An Annotated Bibliography 1904-1992, Faculty of Asian Studies Monographs New Series No. 19, The Australian National University, Canberra, 1992. ISBN 0 7315 1438 6. xxxiv, 145 pp.
Articles published in refereed journals and proceedings: 
  • Chiu-yee Cheung, “Lu Hsün and Nietzsche: Influence and Affinity After 1927,” The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, XVIII/XIX (1986-1987), pp. 3-25.
Chinese version “Lu Xun he Nicai: 1927 nian hou de yingxiang he gongming”, tr. Hu Jun, in Yue Daiyun (ed.), Dangdai Yingyu shijie de Lu Xun yanjiu, Jiangxi Renmin Chubanshe, Nanchang (Dec 1993), pp. 315-333.
Reprinted in Gao Yuanbao (ed.) Nicai zai Zhongguo, Sanlian Shudian, Shanghai (Jan 2001), pp. 759-777.
  • Chiu-yee Cheung, “Beyond East and West: Lu Xun’s Apparent ‘Iconoclasm’ and His Understanding of the Problem of Chinese Traditional Culture,” The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, XX/XXI (1988-89), pp. 1-20.
  • Chiu-yee Cheung, “Tracing the ‘Gentle’ Nietzsche in Early Lu Xun,” in Autumn Flood: Essays in Honour of Mariaán Gálik, Bern: Peter Lang (1998), pp. 571-88.
  • Chiu-yee Cheung, “The Love of a Decadent ‘Superman’: A Re-Reading of Lu Xun’s ‘Regret for the Past’,” The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 30 (1999), pp. 27-46.
Chinese translation by Hu Ruihong, in Lu Xun shijie, 2003 No. 4 (December), pp. 47-56.
  • Chiu-yee Cheung, “The Nietzsche of Chinese Lu Xun Scholars: A Zigzag Road of the Reception of the ‘Gentle’ Nietzsche”, in Sino-German Relations since 1800: Multidisciplinary Explorations, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang (2000), pp. 167-85.
  • Chiu-yee Cheung and Adrian Hsia, “Nietzsche’s Reception of Chinese Culture”, Nietzsche-Studien, Band 32 (2003), pp. 296-312.
  • Chiu-yee Cheung, “Lu Xun’s View of the Awakening of the Chinese People—Was There Really an ‘Epistemological Break’?”, Frontiers of Literary Studies in China, Vol 6 No. 3 (2012), pp. 410-425.
 
Books in Chinese: 
  • Edited with Tao Li. Li Weijiang, Lu Xun Yue Gang shiqi shishi kaoshu (Examining the Historical Facts about Lu Xun’s Visit to Guangzhou and Hong Kong), Changsha: Yuelu Shushe (Jan 2007). 285 pp. ISBN 978-7-80655-864-2.
  • Lu Xun: Zhongguo “wenhe” de nicai (Lu Xun: The Chinese “Gentle” Nietzsche), Beijing: Beijing Daxue Chubanshe (2011). ISBN 978-7-301-16674-1.
  • Edited with preface. Nicai yu huawen wenxue lunwenji (Nietzsche and Chinese Literature), Singapore: Global Publishing (2013). ISBN 978-981-4556-81-1.
 

 

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