Prof. Tang Wing Shing (鄧永成教授)

Professor
Ph.D. Cambridge (England)

Office: AAB 1226
Tel: (852) 3411 7190
Fax: (852) 3411 5990
Email: wstang@hkbu.edu.hk

EDUCATION

Ph.D.,University of Cambridge, UK
M. Sc. Pl., University of Toronto, Canada
B.A.(Hons.), McGill University, Canada

TEACHING

Urban Geography
Urban Planning
Urban Development and Planning in Hong Kong
Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta: A Survey

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Planning Theories
Urban Planning under Socialism
Urban Planning in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing
Critical Geography

ACADEMIC SERVICES

2014-present Member of the Editorial Board, Eurasian Geography and Economics
2012-present Member of the Editorial Board, Urban Geography
2011-present Member of the Steering Committee of the Masters of Social Science study on China
2009-present Associate Editor, City, Culture and Society
2008-present East Asia Editor and Member of the Editorial Board, Human Geography: A New Radical Journal
2006-2011 Member of the Editorial Board, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space
2005-present Corresponding Editor, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research
2001-2011 Editor, Occasional Paper Series, The Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University

GRANTS

GRF Earmarked Grant Project Entitled “Unsettling High-density Development in Hong Kong: Production of Space, Spatial (in)justice and Everyday Life (with 2 other members)
Mini-area of Excellence in Research, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hong Kong Baptist University, Project Entitled “China-India: Co-Produced Urbanisms

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Editorial works

Perera, N. and W-S. Tang (eds) (2012) The Transforming Asian City: Intellectual Impasses, Asianizing Space, and Emerging Translocalities. Routledge, London.

Chen, Y., T. Mizuuchi, W-S. Tang and L-l. Huang (eds) (2011)《直面當代城市:問題及方法》Direct Encounter of Contemporary City: Issues and Methods。上海古籍出版社,上海。

Tang, W-S.  (eds) (2010) East Asia: A Critical Geography Perspective. Kokon Shoin, Tokyo, 240pp (with F. Mizuoka).

Refereed journal papers

Lee, J.W.Y. and W-S. Tang (2016) The hegemony of the real estate industry: redevelopment of ‘Government/Institution or Community’ (G/IC) land in Hong Kong. Urban Studies (DOI: 10.1177/0042098016679607).

Yip,  M. K-C. and W-S. Tang (2016) 灣仔進教圍的空間故事:香港城市發展軌跡中的天主教城市社區。The spatial story of St. Francis’s Yard: A Catholic urban community echoing the urban development trajectory of Hong Kong (in Chinese). Hong Kong Journal of Catholic Studies《天主教研究學報》7, 155-77.

Tang, W-S. (2015) Creative industries, public engagement and urban redevelopment in Hong Kong: cultural regeneration as another dose of isotopia? Cities. (published on-line in 1 October, 2015 with DOI:10.1016)

Tang, W-S., J.W.Y. Lee and M.K. Ng (2012) Public Engagement as a Tool of hegemony: the case of Designing the New Central Harbourfront in Hong Kong. Critical Sociology 38, 83-100 (published on-line in 13 September with DOI: 10.1177/0896920511408363).

Ng, M.K., W-S. Tang, J. Lee and D. Leung (2010) Spatial practice, conceived space and lived space: Hong Kong’s ‘pier story’ through the Lefebvrian lens. Planning Perspective 25, 411-31.

Tang, W-S. (2009) 香港天水圍新市鎮社會問題的歷史地理觀。A historical-geographical perspective of the social problems in Tin Shui Wai new town, Hong Kong (in Chinese). China Ancient City 中國名城 7, 19-25.

Tang, W-S. (2009) 論中國城市土地開發的空間性。 The spatiality of urban land development in China (in Chinese). Journal of Urban and Regional Planning 城市與區域規劃研究 2, 136-44.

Tang, W-S. (2008) Hong Kong under Chinese sovereignty: social development and a land (re)development regime. Eurasian Geography and Economics 49, 341-61.

Tang, W-S. (2008) The 2008 Olympic torch relay in Hong Kong: A clash of governmentalities. Human Geography: A New Radical Journal 1, 106-10.

Tang, W-S. (2008) Human geography in Hong Kong: A preliminary analysis. Japanese
Journal of Human Geography
60, 36-52. (with with K-C. Chan)

Book chapters

Tang, W-S. and M. K-C. Yip (2016) <土地開発体制主導下の高密度都市における香港住民の日常生活>。刊於全泓奎主編《包摂都市を構想する―東アジアにおける実践》。法律文化社,京都,頁92-103 (The Everyday Life Practices of Residents in High-density Sham Shui Po District and the Unchallenged Land (Re)development Regime. In H.G. Jeon (ed), Towards an Inclusive City: Practices in East Asia. Horitsu Bunka Sha, Kyoto, 92-103 (in Japanese).

Lee, W.Y. and W-S. Tang (2014) <城市空間與廣東文化>。刊於文潔華主編香港嘅廣東文化 》。商務,香港,頁161-77。

Tang, W-S. (2014) Where Lefebvre meets the East: urbanization in Hong Kong. In L. Stanek, C. Schmid and Á. Moravánszky (eds), Urban Revolution Now. Henri Lefebvre in Social Research and Architecture. Ashgate, Surrey, 71-91.

Smart, A. and W-S. Tang (2014) On the threshold of urban Hong Kong: liminal territoriality in New Kowloon. In A. C. Dawson, L. Zanotti and I. Vaccaro (eds), Negotiating Territoriality: Spatial Dialogue between State and Tradition. Routledge, London, 230-48.

Tang, W-S. (2014) Governing by the state: a study of the literature on governing Chinese mega-cities. In P.O. Berg and E. Björner (eds), Branding Chinese Mega-Cities: Strategies, Practices and Challenges. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 42-63

Tang, W-S. (in  conversation with Ashley Wong and Yuk Hui) (2012) Hong Kong: the property regime. In D. Nalk and T. Oldfield (eds),Critical Cities: Ideas, Knowledge and Agitation from Emerging Urbanists. Vol. 3. Myrdle Court Press, London, 55-68.

Perera, N. and W-S. Tang (2012) In search of Asian urban urbanisms: limited visibility and intellectual impasse. In N. Perera  and W-S. Tang (eds) (2012) The Transforming Asian City: Intellectual Impasses, Asianizing Space, and Emerging Translocalities. Routledge, London, 1-19.

Tang, W-S. (2011) <《市區重建策略》檢討: 「久在樊籠裡,復得返自然」>。寧越敏編 《中國城市研究 》。第四輯, 商務印書館,北京, 頁59-73。

Tang, W-S. and K.P. Wong (2011) <城市重建的空間故事 ﹣香港荃灣七街重建項目的真實記載>。刊於陳映芳,水內俊雄,鄧永成,黃麗玲編直面當代城市:問題及方法》。上海古籍出版社,上海 ,頁17-49。

Tang, W-S.  (2010) Social justice and illegal construction in China: a case study of Tianhe Village, Guangzhou. In W-S. Tang and F. Mizuoka (eds) East Asia: A Critical Geography Perspective. Kokon Shoin, Tokyo, 199-217 (with H. Chung).

Tang, W-S. (2010) Thinking East Asia geographically. In W-S. Tangand F. Mizuoka (eds) East Asia: A Critical Geography Perspective. Kokon Shoin, Tokyo, 1-16 (with F. Mizuoka).

Tang, W-S.  (2009) Town planning in Hong Kong: public interest versus private interest. In K-k. Wong (ed) Hong Kong, Macau and the Pearl River Delta: A Geographical Survey. Hong Kong Educational Publishing Co., Hong Kong, 318-42. (with J.W-y. Lee)

Tang, W-S.  (2009) Chinese-Language Geography. In R. Kitchin and N. Thrift (eds),  The International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Elsevier, London, 72-7.

Tang, W-S. et. al. (2009) <地區可持續發展的藍圖實踐>。刊於聖雅各褔群會社區服務部編《 從石水渠街開始 - 聖雅各褔群會社區服務20年。 聖雅各褔群會社區服務,香港, 頁114-20。(with K.C. Chan, K.P. Wong, K.W. Chan and P.Y. Man)

Tang, W-S., (2008) <城市的地理考察: 以「空間故事」為師>。刊於鄧永成編《灣仔社區地圖集──灣仔未來發展藍圖計劃》。雅集出版社, 香港,頁1-11。 (with K.P. Wong and P.Y. Man)

Occasional papers

Tang, W-S. (2009) 《市區重建策略》檢討: 「久在樊籠裡,復得返自然」A review of Urban Redevelopment Strategy Review.Occasional Paper 99, The Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong (in Chinese).

Tang, W-S. (2009) 天水圍:「虧」どうしてこの一文字で表現することができようか? (Tin Shui Wai new town: is it a matter of inadequate provision?) (in Japanese). URP GCOE Working Paper No. 3, Urban Research Plaza, Osaka City University, Osaka, Japan.

Tang, W-S. (2008b) 天水圍: 怎一個「虧」字了得?Tin Shui Wai: is it a matter of inadequate provision? Occasional Paper 82, The Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong (in Chinese).

Tang, W-S. (2008) 中環の価値の歷史地理観を超えて — 沙田の価値を回顧する (Transcend the dominant value of the Central District by situating it in its historical geography: a reversion to Shatin Value)(in Japanese). URP GCOE Working Paper No.
1, Urban Research Plaza, Osaka City University, Osaka, Japan.

Tang, W-S. (2007) 中國人文地理與知識的三足鼎 — 初探80年代後中國人文地理發展的歷史底蘊 Chinese human geography and the epistemological tripod. Occasional Paper 75, The Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong (in Chinese). (with K.C. Chan)

Tang, W-S. (2007) 超越中環價值的歷史地理觀 —— 回溯「沙田價值」Transcend the Core Value of the Central District by situating it in its historical geography – a reversion to ‘Shatin value’. Occasional Paper 76, The Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong (in Chinese). (with K.C. Chan, K.P. Wong, C.Y. Kwok and P.Y. Man)

Tang, W-S. and T.K.P. Wong (2007) The Tsuen Wan Seven Street Redevelopment Project: a factual account. Occasional Paper 77, The Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong. (with T.K.P. Wong)