楊健興 老師 
YEUNG, Kin Hing Chris
Part-time Lecturer 
 

 

Graduated from the Hong Kong Baptist University (then College), majoring in journalism, in 1984, Chris joined the South China Morning Post as a reporter. Since 1985, he had specialised in stories about Hong Kong’s transition to Chinese rule in 1997 and the post-handover political development of Hong Kong. His posts in SCMP include Political Editor, Associate Editor (politics) and Editor-at-large, which is his last title before he left the newspaper in 2009. He joined the Hong Kong Economic Journal in 2009 to lead the Chinese-language financial daily’s English news website project, EJ Insight. He left HKEJ in 2014.

Since then, he founded an English commentary website, Voice of Hong Kong. In 2016, Chris and a group of veteran journalists co-founded the CitizenNews, a Chinese-language news platform. He is currently Chief Writer. Chris writes regularly on political issues and is also a political commentator.
 

 

Courses Taught

English Editorial and Commentary Writing

Academic Qualifications

BA in Communications, Hong Kong Baptist University

MA in International Relations, Australian National University

Visiting Fellow, Brookings Institution (1999-2000)

Publications

Editor of the Red Dawn published by Prentice-Hall

Contributor, The First Tung Chee-hwa Administration published by the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Contributor, Evaluating the Tsang Years 2005-2012 published by the City University of Hong Kong Press

Affiliations

Chairman, Hong Kong Journalists Association (2016 - )