Dr. LAM, Sui Ki Anthony
Part-time Assistant Professor
Dr. Anthony S.K. Lam is a veteran researcher and active scholar focusing on a number of correlated fields, including “Cultural Interactions between the East and the West,” “the Impact of Language on Social life,” “the Relations of Mass Media and Human Development,” “Magazine Development in the Modern Times” as well as “Church and State Relations in Modern China.” He presented on average 3 to 4 theses yearly in symposia hosted by different Asian and European universities. He is also devoted to hermeneutics and mutual understanding in human communication. In 2017 he articulated a new branch in hermeneutics which he called the "Journalistic Hermeneutics".
He was a senior researcher at the Holy Spirit Study Centre as well as the executive editor of the Chinese section of Tripod. the flagship periodical of the Centre. He is the author of several books in Chinese and English. His books and papers have been translated into different languages including German, Italian, French, Spanish, English, Polish, Korean and Japanese. His latest publication “Conflict and Dialogue” is scheduled to come out in the second half of the year 2020.
After serving as a part-time Assistant Professor for 27 years at the Department of Journalism and Communication of Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Anthony will become a full-time teaching staff beginning in the 2020 new academic year.
Anthony graduated from the Department of Journalism at the Shue Yan University (then Shue Yan College) in 1983. He got his MA and PhD at the School of Journalism at the Renmin University, Beijing.
In daily life, Anthony Lam speaks comfortably in Chinese, English and German. He also speaks some Korean with his Korean friends.
|Introduction to Mass Communication|
|Journalistic Hermeneutics in Digital Age|
|Magazine Writing and Planning|
|Media and Society|
Areas of Interest
|European History on Mass Communication|
|Relationship between Religions and Society in Chinese Society|
|Relationship between Verbal and Printing Communication|
|Education of Journalism in Chinese Society|
|Ph.D. (Communication), Renmin University, Beijing, PRC (2007)|
|Master of Arts (Journalism), Renmin University, Beijing, PRC (2002)|
|Higher Diploma, German as Foreign Language, Ruprescht-Karls University of Heidelberg, Germany (1991)|
|Intermediate Diploma, German as Foreign Language, Ruprescht-Karls University of Heidelberg, Germany (1988)|
|Diploma, Journalism and Communication , Shue Yan College (1983)|
|Power and Struggle (2006)|
|Decades of Vacillation: Chinese Communist Religious Policy and Its Implementation (2003)|
|Attitudes and Reflections towards the West, Western Culture and Christianity among the Local People of Hong Kong (1999)|
|The Catholic Church in Present-Day China, through Darkness and Light (1997)|
|Part-time Assistant Professor, Department of Journalism and Communication, Shue Yan University, HK (1998-2020)|
|Lecturer, Department of Journalism and Communication, Shue Yan College, HK (1996-1998)|
|Assistant Lecturer, Department of Journalism and Communication, Shue Yan College, HK (1993-1996)|
|Executive Editor, Holy Spirit Study Centre, HK (1992-2019)|
|Senior Researcher, Holy Spirit Study Centre, HK (1992-2019)|
|Researcher, Holy Spirit Study Centre, HK (1984-1992)|
|Executive Secretary, Holy Spirit Study Centre, HK (1984-2019)|
|Editor, Industrial Safety Magazine《工業安全》, HK (1982-1983)|
|External Examiner, (2008) Master of Arts Course, Graduate Research Office, School of Government, University of Tasmania, Australia.|
|Life Member, Hong Kong Translation Association|
|Life member, Renmin University of China HK Alumni Association Limited|
|Life member, CHINA UNIVERSITIES ALUMNI (H.K.) ASSOCIATION|