Tsang Fan Yu Gabriel

Tsang Fan Yu Gabriel


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Biographical details

Gabriel F.Y. Tsang is currently a PhD student in Comparative Literature at King’s College London, formerly at the University of Hong Kong for his MA degree and at the City University of Hong Kong for his BBA degree, during which he got chances to study at Tsinghua University, Nanjing University and Renmin University of China. He is members of European Narratology Network and European Network for Comparative Literary Studies. His recent research is surrounding ideology, narratology, body theory, subjectivity and contemporary Chinese literature. Forthcoming publications include ‘Political Narratology and Consensual Development in Post-Mao China’ submitted to the Journal of Narrative Theory and ‘The Architectural Structure of Pre-war Shanghai Image: Analysis of Longtang Setting in Street Angel (1937)’ submitted to an edited volume.

As a writer, he won some literary awards in Hong Kong and published three novels, namely Stand (2010), Low Level Love (2012) and Silent Desire and Nothingness (2014).  

Research interests (short)

World literature and film, body theory, narratology, 
psychoanalysis, classic and postmodern philosophy

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, King's College London

Award Date: 1 Jan 2016

Master of Arts, University of Hong Kong

Award Date: 1 Jan 2013


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