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Prof. CHU, Yik Yi Cindy
朱益宜教授

Professor, Department of History

Editor of the Christianity in Modern China Series of Palgrave Macmillan

Amazon Author

 

PhD University of Hawaii at Manoa,
MPhil BA (Hons) University of Hong Kong,
Certificate of Education and Training East-West Center.

 

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RESEARCH FOCUS

Modern and Contemporary China;
Cross-Cultural Studies;
Cultural Relations;
International History;
History of the Catholic Church in China;
Chinese Foreign Relations;
Sino-Vatican Relations;
Sino-American Relations;
Hong Kong History.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Cindy Yik-yi Chu writes on the Catholic Church and the Catholic sisters in China Mainland and Hong Kong. She has published 17 books and 50 some articles in edited volumes and journals. Her recent works include: Edited. The Catholic Church, the Bible, and Evangelization in China (Palgrave 2021); Edited with Paul P. Mariani, People, Communities, and the Catholic Church in China (Palgrave, 2020); and The Chinese Sisters of the Precious Blood and the Evolution of the Catholic Church (Palgrave, 2016). She is interested in the history of the Catholic Church in modern and contemporary China and Hong Kong, Catholic sisters in Chinese societies, and Sino-Vatican relations. She is now editing The Palgrave Handbook of the Catholic Church in East Asia and working on the history of Sino-Vatican relations.

 

Books Published

 

  1. The Catholic Church, the Bible, and Evangelization in China (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).

  2. Edited with Paul P. Mariani, People, Communities and the Catholic Church in China (Singapore: Springer Nature: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020).

  3. Kishi Toshihiko, Cindy Yik-yi Chu and Irene Wong, ed. The World of Derwent Collection: Visual Landscapes of Macau in the 18th and the 19th Centuries,Tokyo: Bensey Shuppan Co., 2019. (Contract signed between Bensey Shuppan Co. and the HKBU Library) Bilingual: English and Japanese.

  4. 朱益宜著; 寶血會修女譯:《國籍寶血女修會與天主教會的演進》香港 HONG KONG:原道交流學會 (Yuan Dao Study Society)、利瑪竇研究中心 (Centro Studi Li Madou, Macerata, Italy, 2019. In the series Catholic Thought Collection in Chinese Translation.

  5. Edited, Foreign Missionaries and the Indigenization of the Chinese Catholic Church (Hong Kong: Centre for Catholic Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2017).

  6. The Chinese Sisters of the Precious Blood and the Evolution of the Catholic Church (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).

  7. Edited, Catholicism in China, 1900-Present: The Development of the Chinese Church (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).

  8. The Catholic Church in China: 1978 to the Present (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).

  9. Chinese Communists and Hong Kong Capitalists: 1937-1997 (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, October 2010).

  10. 《玫瑰修女》(The Maryknoll Sisters) (Hong Kong: Kung Kao Po, 2010).

  11. Edited, The Diaries of the Maryknoll Sisters in Hong Kong, 1921-1966 (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007). 256 pp.

  12. 《關愛華人──瑪利諾修女與香港(1921-1969)》(香港:中華書局,2007)。295 pp. (Chinese Version of The Maryknoll Sisters in Hong Kong, 1921-1969).

  13. Edited, Foreign Communities in Hong Kong, 1840s-1950s (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005). 224 pp. (Wrote “Introduction” plus two chapters.)

  14. The Maryknoll Sisters in Hong Kong, 1921-1969: In Love with the Chinese (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004). 224 pp. Paperback edition published in 2007.

  15. Edited with Ricardo K. S. Mak, China Reconstructs (Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 2003). 218 pp. (Wrote “Introduction” plus one chapter.)

  16. 與林啟彥合編:《鴉片戰爭的再認識》(香港:中文大學出版社,2003)。(Edited with Lam Kai-yin, A Reappraisal of the Opium War, Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2003). 241 pp. (Wrote “Introduction” plus one chapter.)

  17. The United States and China, 1937-1949: A Survey of a Critical Period (Hong Kong: Modern Chinese History Society of Hong Kong, 2000). 102 pp.

 

Articles and Book Chapters Published in International Refereed Journals/ Publications

 

  1. “The Catholic Church in China in the 1980s: Identity, Loyalty, and Obedience,” in The Catholic Church, the Bible, and Evangelization in China, edited by Cindy Yik-yi Chu (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).

  1. “The Sisters of the Sacred Heart as Early Pioneers of Globalization: Education in China with Special Reference to the Years from 1925 to 1927,” in Les congregations féminines missionnaires: Éducation, santé et humanitaire: une histoire transnationale (Female missionary congregations: Education, health and humanitarian aid: a transnational history), edited by Bruno Dumons (Rome: Viella, 2021).

  2. “Aurora College for Women in Shanghai 1937-1951” Social Science Learning Education Journal, Vol. 4, No. 5 (May 2019), 12 pages.

  3. “Fu Jen (The Catholic University of Peking) and the Society of the Divine Word in China, 1945-1950,” Tripod, Vol. XXXIX, No. 194 (Autumn 2019), pp. 100-112.

  4. “Furen University: A Catholic University in Turbulent Times (1930s and 1940s),” Verbum SVD 58: 2-3 (2017), 249-267.

  5. “The Indigenization of the Chinese Catholic Church before the Outbreak of World War II,” in Cindy Yik-yi Chu (ed.) Foreign Missionaries and the Indigenization of the Chinese Catholic Church (Hong Kong: Centre for Catholic Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2017), pp. 1-8.

  6. “The Catholic Church in China in the First Half of the Twentieth Century: The Establishment of Zhendan University and Furen University,” in Carolien Stolte and Yoshiyuki Kikuchi (eds.) Eurasian Encounters: Museums, Missions, Modernities (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2017), pp. 155-176.

  7. “Catholic Universities on Chinese Soil: Precedents from Mainland China and the Prospects for Hong Kong,” Hong Kong Journal of Catholic Studies, Issue no. 7 (December 2016), pp. 69-92.

  8. Cheung, S. Y., Yue, K. K. M. Kwong, T., Lau, P., Ng, A., Lo, Y., Yung, K. K. L., Chu, C., Siu, N. Y. M., Choi, P. H. N., & Ng, M. “Using a Community of Practice to Enhance Undergraduate Students’ Graduate Attributes through Problem-Based Learning,” Learning Communities Journal, Vol. 8, No. 2 (2016), pp. 71-91.

  9. “Overt and Covert Functions of the Hong Kong Branch of the Xinhua News Agency, 1947-1984,” in Critical Readings on the Modern History of Hong Kong: Volume Four, edited by John M. Carroll and Chi-kwan Mark (Leiden: Brill, 2015), pp. 1537-1554.

  10. “The Long History of United Front Activity in Hong Kong,” Hong Kong Journal (July 2011). http://www.hkjournal.org/archive/2011_fall/5.htm
    The Hong Kong Journal is a quarterly, online publication designed to provide thoughtful writing about political, economic and social issues relating to Hong Kong and its neighborhood. Foundation-financed, it is hosted by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C.

  11. 〈第十二章 拘留される「外国人」の待遇と心理状態―日本占領時期の香港スタンレー強制収容所〉【編者】貴志俊彦(Kishi, Toshihiko)《地域研究: 近代自画像と他者──地域社会「外国人」問題》(京都:京都大学学術出版会,2011),頁285-310。

  12. “Human Trafficking and Smuggling in Asia,” Asian Profile Vol. 39, No. 1 (February 2011).

  13. Hong Kong, the United States, and Business Concerns, Working Paper Series, Paper Number 108 (Hong Kong: David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies (LEWI), February 2011), 23 pages.

  14. “Human Trafficking and Smuggling in China,” Journal of Contemporary China (listed in SSCI) Vol. 20, No. 68 (January 2011), pp. 39-52.

  15. With Miriam Xavier Mug and Betty Ann Maheu, “The Maryknoll Sisters, their Ministries and Educational Work, 1921 to the Present,” in History of Catholic Religious Orders and Missionary Congregations in Hong Kong, Vol. Two: Research Papers, edited by Louis Ha and Patrick Taveirne (Hong Kong: Centre for Catholic Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2009), pp. 439-75.

  16. With Miriam Xavier Mug and Betty Ann Maheu, “The Maryknoll Sisters since 1945,” in History of Catholic Religious Orders and Missionary Congregations in Hong Kong, Vol. Two: Research Papers, edited by Louis Ha and Patrick Taveirne (Hong Kong: Centre for Catholic Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2009), pp. 476-539.

  17. “Introduction,” in Foreign Communities in Hong Kong, 1840s-1950s, edited by Cindy Yik-yi Chu (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, November 2005), pp. 1-15.

  18. “Catholic Church between Two World Wars,” in Foreign Communities in Hong Kong, 1840s-1950s, edited by Cindy Yik-yi Chu (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), pp. 85-109.

  19. “Stanley Civilian Internment Camp during Japanese Occupation,” in Foreign Communities in Hong Kong, 1840s-1950s, edited by Cindy Yik-yi Chu (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), pp. 133-54.

  20. With Ricardo K. S. Mak, “Introduction,” in China Reconstructs, edited with Ricardo K. S. Mak (Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 2003), pp. 1-9.

  21. “Maryknoll Sisters in Twentieth-Century Hong Kong,” in China Reconstructs, edited with Ricardo K. S. Mak (Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 2003), pp. 179-99.

  22. 與林啟彥合寫﹕〈序論〉(“Introduction”),載於與林啟彥合編:《鴉片戰爭的再認識》,香港:中文大學出版社,2003,頁v-xi。(Edited with Lam Kai-yin, A Reappraisal of the Opium War, Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2003).

  23. 〈從文化角度透視鴉片戰爭與中國的對外關係〉 (“Chinese Foreign Relations during the Opium War: The Cultural Perspective”),載於與林啟彥合編:《鴉片戰爭的再認識》,香港:中文大學出版社,2003,頁51-64。(Edited with Lam Kai-yin, A Reappraisal of the Opium War, Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2003).

  24. “Back to the Masses: The Historiography of Hong Kong’s Recent Political Developments and the Prospects of Future Scholarship,” American Journal of Chinese Studies Vol. 10, No. 1 (April 2003), pp. 29-42. (The American Journal of Chinese Studies is the official publication of the American Association for Chinese Studies in the U.S. and is published twice a year. The editorial office is situated in the University of Texas at San Antonio.)

  25. “From the Pursuit of Converts to the Relief of Refugees: The Maryknoll Sisters in Twentieth-Century Hong Kong,” The Historian Vol. 65, No. 2, (Blackwell Publishing, Winter 2002), pp. 353-76. (The Historian is the journal of Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society in the U.S., and is published four times a year. The national headquarters of Phi Alpha Theta and the editorial office of The Historian are situated in the University of South Florida.)

  26. “Tan Sitong,” in Political Leaders of Modern China: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. Edwin Pah-wah Leung (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2002), pp. 153-55.

  27. “Weng Tonghe,” in Political Leaders of Modern China: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. Edwin Pah-wah Leung (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2002), pp. 173-75.

  28. “Chen Anson,” in Political Leaders of Modern China: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. Edwin Pah-wah Leung (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2002), pp. 7-9.

  29. “Dong Jianhua,” in Political Leaders of Modern China: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. Edwin Pah-wah Leung (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2002), pp. 36-38.

  30. “The Chinese Communists, Hong Kong, and the Sino-Japanese War,” American Journal of Chinese Studies Vol. 7, No. 2 (October 2000), pp. 131-45. (The American Journal of Chinese Studies is the official publication of the American Association for Chinese Studies in the U.S. and is published twice a year. The editorial office is situated in the University of Texas at San Antonio.)

  31. 〈民族主義與1949年後中國對外關係〉(“Nationalism and Chinese Foreign Relations since 1949”),《香港社會科學學報》 (Hong Kong Journal of Social Sciences),第十八期 2000 年冬季 (No. 18, Winter 2000),頁147-68 (pp. 147-68)。(The Hong Kong Journal of Social Sciences is published by the City University of Hong Kong Press.)

  32. “The Failure of the United Front Policy: The Involvement of Business in the Drafting of Hong Kong’s Basic Law, 1985-1990,” Asian Perspective Vol. 24, No. 2 (2000), pp. 173-98. (The Asian Perspective is jointly published by Hatfield School of Government, Portland State University and Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Seoul, Korea.)
  33. “The Chinese Perception of Marxism and the Founding of the Chinese Communist Party” in Sino-German Relations Since 1800, eds. Ricardo K.S. Mak and Danny S.L. Paau (Frankfurt: Peter Lang Publishing Inc., 2000), pp. 217-33.

  34. Overt and Covert Functions of the Hong Kong Branch of the Xinhua News Agency, 1947-1984,” The Historian Vol. 62, No. 1 (Michigan State University Press, Fall 1999), pp. 31-46. (The Historian is the journal of Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society in the U.S.)

  35. “Tung Chee-hwa and His Challenges: A Look at Hong Kong’s Last Colonial Days, December 1996-June 1997,” Asian Perspective Vol. 22, No. 2 (1998), pp. 169-91. (The Asian Perspective is jointly published by Hatfield School of Government, Portland State University and Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Seoul, Korea.)

 

  • PLUS 16 MORE ARTICLES AND SOME BOOK REVIEWS

 


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FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS (Selected)
  • 2019-2021: The Lord Wilson Heritage Trust, supporting the Diocesan Working Committee for “Following Thy Way” of the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong for the research of the Catholic Church and the church buildings in Saikung. It supports HK$487,800 from 2019 to 2021. I am the member of this Diocesan Committee, attended regular meetings and fieldtrips, engaged in research in archives, and gave talks to the public.

     

  • 2021-2022: Faculty funding for Virtual Teaching and Learning Pedagogical Development (VTLPD), $100,000.

     

  • 2017-2019: Faculty Research Grant Category II, HKBU. It supported the project “Early Modern Globalization through Macau in the 19th Century.” It is HK$99,760.

     

  • 2015- 2018: GRF GRANT, Research Grant Council 2015/2016 “The Glocalization of the Catholic Church in the Context of Higher Education in China in the First Half of the 20th Century.” It supported HK$236,464.

     

  • 2015-2016: “Top-up Fund for Community of Practice (CoP) Project: Enhancing Students’ Graduate Attributes (GAs) through Problem Based Learning and Service Learning in Formal Academic Courses.” Co-Investigator with 8 colleagues from Social Sciences, Chinese Medicine, Science, Communications, Business and CHTL. The project received the Teaching Development Grant of HK$120,000.

     

  • 2015: Awarded Sabbatical from January through June 2015, by Faculty of Social Sciences, HKBU.

     

  • 2013-2015: Member of the Community of Practice (CoP) Project for “Enhancing Students’ Graduate Attributes (GAs) through Problem Based Learning and Service Learning in Formal Academic Courses.” Co-Investigator with 8 colleagues from Social Sciences, Chinese Medicine, Science, Communications, Business and CHTL. The project received the Teaching Development Grant of HK$499,760.

     

  • 2012-2014: Faculty Research Grant Category II, HKBU. It supports the project “The Catholic Church in China: 1978 to the Present.” It is HK$86,760.

 

  • 2010-2011: HKBU Faculty/School Performance Award, in Recognition and Appreciation of Excellent Performance as Young Researcher.