Dr. Chung Him (鍾謙博士)

Associate Professor
Ph.D. ANU (Australia)

Office: AAB 1223
Tel: (852) 3411 7208
Fax: (852) 3411 5990
Email: himchung@hkbu.edu.hk

EDUCATION

Ph.D., The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
MSc. in Urban Planning, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
MPhil., The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
BSSc. (Hons.), Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

TEACHING

Geography and the Contemporary World
Regional Geography of China
Rural and Agricultural Development in China
Geographical Thought

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Rural transformation
Regional and urban Planning
Social Sustainability
Urban Transformation in China, Villages-in-the-City

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Chung, H. (2014) “Rural transformation and the persistence of rurality in China” Eurasian Geography and Economics, Vol. 54, pp.594-610.

Unger, J. Chan, A. and Chung, H. (2014) “Deliberative democracy at China’s grass roots: Case studies of a hidden phenomenon” Politics and Society, Vol.42, pp.513-535.

Chung, H. (2014) “Planning for villages-in-the-city in Guangzhou and Shenzhen: redevelopment in the Chinese context” in Wu, F. Zhang, F and Webster, C (eds.) Rural Migrants in Urban China. London and New York: Routledge, pp.256-274.

Chung, H. (2013) “The spatial dimension of negotiated power relations and social justice in the redevelopment of villages-in-the-city in China” Environment and Planning A, Vol 45, pp.2459-2476

Chung, H. and Unger, J. (2013) “The Gunagdong Model of Urbanization: Collective Village Land and the Making of a New Middle Class”, China Perspectives, 3:33-41.

Unger, J. and Chung, H. (2012) “Guangdong: Collective Land Ownership and the Making of a New Middle Class”, East Asia Forum(http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2012/05/18/guangdong-collective-1and-ownership-and-the-making-of-a-new-middle-class/)

Chung, H. (2011) “Heritage Conservation and the Search for a New Governing Approach in Hong Kong”, Environment and Planning C, 29:975-989.

Chung, H. and Zhou, S.H. (2011) “Planning for Plural Groups? Villages-in-the-city Redevelopment in Guangzhou city, China”, International Planning Studies, 16: 333-353.

Chung, H. and Leung, K.C. (2011) “The Migrant as a Nexus of Social Relations: An Empirical Analysis” in Rigg, J. and Wong, T.C. (eds.) Asian Cities, Migrant Labour and Contested Spaces. Routledge, pp. 47-65.

Chung, H. & Tang, W.S. (2010) “Social Justice and Illegal Construction in China: A Case-study of Tianhe Village, Guangzhou”, in Tang, W.S. & Mizuoka, F. (eds), A Critical Geography Perspective, Tokyo:Kokon Shoin, Japan, pp. 199-217.

Chung, H. (2010) “Building an Image of Villages-in-the-City: A Clarification of China’s Distinct Urban Space”, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 34(2):421-437.

Chung, H. (2009) “The Planning of ‘Village-in-the-City’ in Shenzhen, China: A State-led Approach”, International Planning Studies, 14(3):253-273.

Chung, H. (2009)〈行政區域〉,載《中國改革開放30年:變與常》, 羅金義、鄭宇碩編,香港:香港城市大學出版社,第9章,頁139-152。

Chung, H. (2009) “Beyond the Reach of Urban Planning? Villages-in-the-city in the PRD Region”, in Wong, K.K. (ed), Hong Kong, Macau and the Pearl River Delta: A Geographical Survey, Hong Kong: Hong Kong Educational Publishing Co., pp. 343-363.

Chung, H. (2008) “State Regulation and China’s Administrative System: A Spatial Perspective”, The China Review, 8(2): 201-230.

Chung, H. (2008) “Misure amministrative e conflitti d’uso dei suoli: Guangzhou e il contesto cinese”, (Administrative measures and land use conflicts in China), Archivio di Studi Urbani E Regionali, 39(92): 67-80. (in Italian)

Chung, H., Dai, B. & Qian, Z. (2008) “Sichuan”, in Yeung, Y.M. and Shen, J. (eds.),The Pan-Pearl River Delta: An Emerging Regional Economy in a Globalizing China, Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, pp. 385-409.

Chung, H. (2008)〈城中村社區的反思〉,載《熱點中國:轉型時期的挑戰》 ,陳峰、樊富民主編,香港:香港教育圖書公司,頁204-216。

Chung, H. (2008)〈建設社會主義新農村下的農村扶貧措施〉,載《持續與變遷:當代中國的政經、社會和空間發展》 ,李思名、陳峰、邵一鳴主編,香港:香港教育圖書公司,頁413-433。

Chung, H. (2007) “The Change in China’s State Governance and Its Effects upon Urban Scale”, Environment and Planning A, 39(4): 789-809.