Dr. Chi Kim Cheung
Education Department


Dr. C.K. Cheung teaches in the Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong. His research interests include entrepreneurship education, media education, youth studies, the use of popular culture in teaching, and civic education. He has published more than 60 externally refereed articles and book chapters. He has been successful in getting both internal and external research grants. In 2006, he was awarded the most competitive research grant (CERG) to look at the implementation of media education in Hong Kong's secondary curriculum. In 2011, his contribution to the UNESCO publication Media and information literacy curriculum for teachers further established is significant role in the teacher training of media educators. He has been frequently invited overseas to give speeches and paper presentations in the field of media education. He is a member of the editorial board in a number of prestigious journals. He is also an external subject examiner for the Hong Kong Institute of Education and a panel member of the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications. He is also the founding Chairman of the Hong Kong Association of Media Education. He has also a long list of community service, involved mainly in the area of education. He is the supervisor as well as the member of the school boards in many primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong.


"At times we feel compelled to hold our past experiences accountable for our present condition. The desire to blame who we are on what did or did not occur in our lives overpowers our need to be accountable for what we choose to do or not do about it. It is not the action, but the reaction to the action that is of the most importance. To live this truth is our opportunity to redefine ourselves." –Richard A. Snipes



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