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  • Dr. Yau Yat 邱逸博士

    BA HKU, PGDEHKU
    PhD HKU
    Assistant Professor
    School of Education and Languages
    Tel: 27685880

    Biography

    Dr Yau Yat was awarded his PhD degree from the University of Hong Kong, until when he had worked in Media for five years, serving as Managing Editor of Editorial. Ever since then, Dr Yau has been a professional in academia: he taught language and history in Lingnan Institute of Further Education, Lingnan University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong consecutively, and then joined Open University of Hong Kong.

     

    The research interests of Dr Yau are Song Dynasty History, Military History, Modern History and Hong Kong History. His fruitful publications are on education and history. The former includes A Journey of Ancient Poems with Primary Students – Listening, Reading and Learning, a book guiding children to appreciate poems, and Bicentennial Ying Wa, 1818-2018, a book on the history of the longest-established secondary school in Hong Kong. The latter includes Old and Valuable Trees with Exotic Fragrance – Vanishing Hakka Culture in Hong Kong, investigating Hakka culture in Hong Kong, Century-old Mui Wo – Historic Villages, Wild Cattle and the People, depicting the rural change in Hong Kong, Battle in Hong Kong – Oral History from Anti-Japanese War Veterans, recollecting legendary stories in Anti-Japanese War, and Hard Battle in the Besieged City – 18 Days of Safeguarding Hong Kong, analysing the 1941 battle in Hong Kong.

     

    Teaching Areas & Research Interests

    • The Art of War and Military History
    • Song Dynasty History
    • Modern History and Hong Kong History

    Selected Publications

    Books

    • Yau, Yat. (2018) A Journey of Ancient Poems with Primary Students – Listening, Reading and Learning. Chung Hwa Book. (300 pages)
    • Yip, T.P. and Yau, Yat. (2016) Old and Valuable Trees with Exotic Fragrance – Vanishing Hakka Culture in Hong Kong. Chung Hwa Book. (256 pages)
    • Kam, S.Y. and Yau, Yat. (2016) Century-old Mui Wo – Historic Villages, Wild Cattle and the People. Chung Hwa Book. (205 pages)
    • Yau, Yat and Yip, T.P. (2014) Battle in Hong Kong – Oral History from Anti-Japanese War Veterans. Chung Hwa Book. (315 pages)
    • Yau, Yat and Yip, T.P. and Lau, K.M. (2013) Hard Battle in the Besieged City – 18 Days of Safeguarding Hong Kong. Chung Hwa Book. (225 pages)
    • Yau, Yat (2012) Chariot on the military book: A study of The Sunzi Bingfa in Song China(960-1279) . Chung Hwa Book. (417 pages)

    Book Chapters

    • Yau, Yat. (2018)Two Centuries of Excellence: The Bicentennial History of Ying Wa College. Joint Publishing (Hong Kong) Company. (621 pages)

    Selected Professional & Community Services

    • Advisor of Jao Tsung-I academy
    • Chairman of the Hong Kong History and Culture Society

    Modified Date: Feb 25, 2019
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    Dr. Yau Yat 邱逸博士

    BA HKU, PGDEHKU
    PhD HKU

    Assistant Professor
    School of Education and Languages

    Email: yyau@ouhk.edu.hk
    Tel: 27685880

    Biography

    Dr Yau Yat was awarded his PhD degree from the University of Hong Kong, until when he had worked in Media for five years, serving as Managing Editor of Editorial. Ever since then, Dr Yau has been a professional in academia: he taught language and history in Lingnan Institute of Further Education, Lingnan University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong consecutively, and then joined Open University of Hong Kong.

     

    The research interests of Dr Yau are Song Dynasty History, Military History, Modern History and Hong Kong History. His fruitful publications are on education and history. The former includes A Journey of Ancient Poems with Primary Students – Listening, Reading and Learning, a book guiding children to appreciate poems, and Bicentennial Ying Wa, 1818-2018, a book on the history of the longest-established secondary school in Hong Kong. The latter includes Old and Valuable Trees with Exotic Fragrance – Vanishing Hakka Culture in Hong Kong, investigating Hakka culture in Hong Kong, Century-old Mui Wo – Historic Villages, Wild Cattle and the People, depicting the rural change in Hong Kong, Battle in Hong Kong – Oral History from Anti-Japanese War Veterans, recollecting legendary stories in Anti-Japanese War, and Hard Battle in the Besieged City – 18 Days of Safeguarding Hong Kong, analysing the 1941 battle in Hong Kong.

     

    Teaching Areas & Research Interests

    • The Art of War and Military History
    • Song Dynasty History
    • Modern History and Hong Kong History

    Selected Publications

    Books

    • Yau, Yat. (2018) A Journey of Ancient Poems with Primary Students – Listening, Reading and Learning. Chung Hwa Book. (300 pages)
    • Yip, T.P. and Yau, Yat. (2016) Old and Valuable Trees with Exotic Fragrance – Vanishing Hakka Culture in Hong Kong. Chung Hwa Book. (256 pages)
    • Kam, S.Y. and Yau, Yat. (2016) Century-old Mui Wo – Historic Villages, Wild Cattle and the People. Chung Hwa Book. (205 pages)
    • Yau, Yat and Yip, T.P. (2014) Battle in Hong Kong – Oral History from Anti-Japanese War Veterans. Chung Hwa Book. (315 pages)
    • Yau, Yat and Yip, T.P. and Lau, K.M. (2013) Hard Battle in the Besieged City – 18 Days of Safeguarding Hong Kong. Chung Hwa Book. (225 pages)
    • Yau, Yat (2012) Chariot on the military book: A study of The Sunzi Bingfa in Song China(960-1279) . Chung Hwa Book. (417 pages)

    Book Chapters

    • Yau, Yat. (2018)Two Centuries of Excellence: The Bicentennial History of Ying Wa College. Joint Publishing (Hong Kong) Company. (621 pages)

    Selected Professional & Community Services

    • Advisor of Jao Tsung-I academy
    • Chairman of the Hong Kong History and Culture Society

    Modified Date: Feb 25, 2019
    Edit Profile

     
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