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University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2015 – 2018)

  • PhD., School of Chinese

  • Thesis Title: Redefining Heresy: Governance of Muslims and Christians in the Qing Empire, from the eighteenth century to the mid-nineteenth century

    The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2010 – 2015)

  • Master of Philosophy in Religious Studies

  • Thesis Title: Mid19th Century Confucians’ Understanding of Christianity ─ Yao Ying and Wei Yuan [十九世紀中葉儒者對基督宗教之理解──以 姚瑩及魏源為中心]

  • Bachelor of Art with Honours, First Class, Major in Religious Studies,

    Minor in History

  • Thesis Title: The Cross and White Lotus: “Heresy Image” of Christianity in late Qing Confucians’ Vision [十字與白蓮:晚清儒士視域中基督宗教「邪教形象」考]


2022 – Present

Editor-in-Chief, 1841 Press


2022(Trinity Term)

Academic Visitor, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies of The Oxford University

2019 – Present

Research Fellow, International Centre for Taiwan and Hong Kong Studies, National Sun Yat-sen University

2019 – Present

Research Fellow (Non-Resident), The King Faisal Centre for Research and Islamic Studies, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ​

2019 – Present

Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for the Study of Islamic Culture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

2019 – 2021

Lecturer (Part-Time), Faculty of Humanities (FHM) of The Education University of Hong Kong

2019 – 2021

Lecturer (Part-Time), Faculty of Arts of The University of Hong Kong

​2019 (Apr – May)

Visiting Fellow, Institute of History and Philosophy of Academia Sinica, Taiwan


​2016 – 2017

Visiting Fellow, Institute of Modern History of Academia Sinica, Taiwan


2018 – 2022

Research Director, GLOS


2017 – 2019

​Research Associate (Non-Resident), Education Policy Research Centre of Hong Kong Policy Research Institute


2015 – 2018

​Research Fellow; Administration Commissioner, Roundtable Education and Global Development Unit


​2011 – Present

Founding Director, Mansyun Association Ltd.


  • Religion and Politics in late Imperial China

  • Commercial Activity and Religion in East Asia since 17th century (focusing

    on South China)

  • Sinology of Chinese Christians and Muslim in early 20th century

  • Ethnic minorities and their education in contemporary Hong Kong

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