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Chinese Name: 馮樹勳

Variants: Fung, S. F.

Dr. FUNG Shu Fun, Associate Professor of the Department of Literature and Cultural Studies, joined the University in 1995. His research areas focus on the academic history of philosophy in Qin and Han dynasties, ancient Chinese humanities, and the development of oral education in Hong Kong. Dr. Fung has authored book chapters in the fields of ancient China and Chinese language education. He has been invited to provide consultancy services to primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong and advise on major debate competitions.

Research interests

Classical Chinese Thought, Moral and Value in Chinese Language Teaching, Intellectual History of China, Teaching Thinking in Chinese Language, ICT in Chinese Language Teaching, Oral Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Chinese Language

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Scopus ID : 57202574530

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Research Outputs 1995 2019

Confucius and the relevance of Confucian philosophy to contemporary debates about teaching

FUNG, S. F. & ORCHARD, J., 23 Jun 2019, Encyclopedia of teacher education. PETERS, M. A. (ed.). Singapore: Springer

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter



馮樹勳, Jun 2018, In : 文與哲. 32, p. 1-54

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle


馮樹勳, 江浩民 & 馮美斯, Dec 2017, In : 國際中文教育學報. 2, p. 109-125

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle


馮樹勳, 江浩民 & 馮美斯, Dec 2016.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper