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Chinese Name: 馮志弘

Dr. Fung Chi Wang graduated and obtained his BA(2000), MPhil(2003), and PhD(2007) from the Hong Kong Baptist University. Now, he is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Literature and Cultural Studies, EdUHK. Before joining the EdUHK, he was teaching at Chinese Civilisation Centre (2006 – 2014), and at the Department of Chinese and History (2014) of the City University of Hong Kong, as well as a tutor in the Department of Chinese Language and Literature (2000-2006) of the Hong Kong Baptist University. His research interests including: Classical Chinese Literature, Modern Chinese Literature, Classical Chinese Literature and Religion, Christianity and Chinese Culture. He published around 20 academic dissertations and more than 20 academic essays, and with his work “The Formation of the Northern Song Classical Prose Movement” (Shanghai Ancient Books Publishing House, 2009). Except his teaching and research work, he held many posts of Hong Kong Education Bureau and Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority.

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Classical Chinese Literature

Modern Chinese Literature

Classical Chinese Literature and Religion

Christianity and Chinese Culture

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何志恆, 馮志弘 & 李婉薇, Jun 2020, 香港: 學術專業圖書中心.

Research output: Book/ReportBooks


王董智敏, 馮志弘, 陳素雯 & 謝翠婷, Jun 2020, 香港: 學術專業圖書中心.

Research output: Book/ReportBooks


馮志弘, 謝家浩 & 施仲謀, 15 Apr 2020, 香港: 中華書局(香港)有限公司.

Research output: Book/ReportBooks

傳記與真實:1979 年後《沈從文傳》的差異書寫

馮志弘, 15 Apr 2020, 《語文教育與思想文化》. 馮志弘, 謝家浩 & 施仲謀 (eds.). 香港: 中華書局(香港)有限公司, p. 1-11

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