P.L. (Pui Lun) Chan
- PhD student
- Chinese Studies
A Cultural Biography of Peking Opera in Hong Kong
Supervisor: Maghiel van Crevel and Wilt Idema
Chinese operas (Xiqu), Chinese music, Music and Hong Kong society
- MPhil in Ethnomusicology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2007-2010)
- BA in Music, Hong Kong Baptist University (2004-2007)
Related Professional Experience
- Teaching Assistant, Department of Music, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2007-2009)
- Research Assistant, Chinese Music Archive, the Chinese University of Hong Kong (2009-2010)
- Research Assistant, Department of Music, Hong Kong Baptist University (2010-2012)
Mandarin, Cantonese (native), English
Article in Peer-reviewed Journal
“Politics of Arts, Arts of Politics: Political Influences on the Development of Peking Opera in Hong Kong” in Asian Musicology, Vol.20. Korea: Council for Asian Musicology, 2012.
- “More Global, Less Chinese?: Peking Opera Activities in Hong Kong as a Reflection of the Phenomenon of Globalization”, Annual Conference of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology (BFE). Liverpool, U.K., April 2009.
- “Globalizing The Traditional: The Development of Peking Opera in Hong Kong”, Bi-annual Conference, Music of East Asia Study Group, International Council of Traditional Music (MEA-ICTM). Seoul, Korea, August 2010.
- “When North Meets South: Investigating Hybridity of Cantonese Opera and Peking Opera in Hong Kong Through Oral History”, Bi-annual Conference, MEA-ICTM. Hong Kong, July 2012.
- “Making a National Icon: Mei Lan-fang’s 1922 Hong Kong Tour as Identity Construction”, annual PhD and Postdoc seminar, CADS and LIAS. Leiden, the Netherlands, June 2013.