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  • Chen, C. W. J. (2020). Mobile composing: Professional practices and impact on students’ motivation in popular music. International Journal of Music Education, 38(1), 147-158.

  • Chen, C. W. J., & Lo, K. M. J. (2019). From teacher-designer to student-researcher: A Study of attitude change regarding creativity in STEAM education by using Makey Makey as a platform for human-centred design instrument. Journal for STEM Education Research, 2, 75-91.
  • Cheng, L. (2019). Musical competency development in laptop ensemble. Research Studies in Music Education, 41(1), 117-131.

  • Cheng, L. (2018). Teaching live coding of electronic dance music: A case study. Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture, 10(1).

  • Chen, C. W. J. (2018). Group creativity: mapping the creative process of a cappella choirs in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom using the musical creativities framework. Music Education Research, 20(1) 59-70.

  • Ho, S. (2018). In One Accord - a choral work. 2018 Belt & Road World Choir Festival and the World Youth and Children’s Choral Artist Association. Hong Kong: 2018 Belt & Road World Choir Festival and co-hosted by the World Youth and Children’s Choral Artist Association.

  • Ho, S. (2018). Rivers to the Sea - a choral work. 2018 American Choral Directors Association North Central/Southern Region Conference. Chicago, USA: The American Choral Directors Association.

  • Hung, K. (2018). Bodhisattva Series [Ink Painting]. Alumni Art Exhibition of the Fine Arts Department, The Chinese University of Hong Kong 2018. Hong Kong.

  • Hung, K. (2018). Conciliation with Buddha in 6 minutes [Digital Print (Digital Clips from 6 min HD Video, Water on Rice Paper)]. The 2018 Sovereign Asian Art Prize Exhibition. Hong Kong: Sovereign Art Foundation.

  • Lam, H. L. E. (2019). Representation of heaven and beyond: the bi disc imagery in the Han burial context. Asian Studies, 7(2), 115-151.

  • Lam, H. L. E. (2018). Dynamic between form and material: the bi disc in Western Han noble burial ritual. In F. Allard, K. Linduff & Y. Sun (Eds.), Memory and Agency in Ancient China: Shaping the Life History of Objects (pp. 216-239). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  • Lau, C. Y. (2019). Study on the Needs of Performing Arts Education at School Levels Organized by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) through Focus Group Meetings. Hong Kong: EdUHK & LCSD.

  • Lau, C. Y. (2019). Towards Good Practice in Community-Based Arts Education in Hong Kong. International Journal of Art & Design Education, 38(1), 60-72.

  • Lau, L.K.P. (2018, January). Sustainable Development of Cultural Heritage: Community Participation in Conserving Historic Buildings in Hong Kong. Fourteenth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability, Cairns.

  • Lau, L.K.P., Lai, L.W.C. & Ho, C.W. (2018). Quality of life in a “high-rise lawless slum”: a study of the “Kowloon Walled City”. Land Use Policy, 76, 157-165. Full-text

  • Lau, Y. (2018). Harvest of Arts Education-Exhibition of Teaching and Learning Project. HKSAR Teacher Awards Association. 29 May - 3 June 2018.

  • Leung, B.W. (2019). Conception of creativity as personal style of Cantonese opera artists in Hong Kong: A socio-cultural perspective. Journal of Artistic and Creative Education, 13(1), 1-13.

  • 梁寶華編著 (2019):《粵曲梆黃唱腔藝術:方文正作品彙編》 ,香港,天地圖書。

  • 梁寶華編著 (2019):《香港文學大系1950-1969:粵劇卷》,香港,商務印書館。

  • Leung, C. H. (2019). Stanza Ia for String Quartet and Dance. Commissioned by the Hong Kong Composers’ Guild. Performed by MR. Quartet and the City Contemporary Dance Company in the concert “City Contemporary Dance Company & MR. Quartet” of the Hong Kong Contemporary Music Festival held in Theatre, Sheng Wan Civic Centre. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Composers’ Guild.

  • Leung, C. H. (2018). Toward the Spirituality for Wind Orchestra. Rijswijk, The Netherlands: Stichting Donemus Beheer.

  • Matsunobu, K. & Bresler, L. (2019). Music education research. In G. W. Noblit (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education (pp. 1-61). New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Matsunobu, K. (2018). Music making as place making: a case study of community music in Japan. Music Education Research, 20(4), 490-501.

  • McMaster, Scott R. (2019). Monochrome: A juried international photography exhibition. PH21 Gallery. Budapest: PH21 Gallery.

  • McMaster, Scott R. (2018). Crowdsourcing Global Culture: Visual Representation in the Age of Information. Visual Arts Research, 44(2), 53-66 .

  • Ng, K. S. (2018). South Island Art Day. ADC Artspace Open Studio, Hong Kong.

  • Ng, K. W. (2019). The Wa-Kan Configuration of Music Culture in Heian (794–1185) Japan: The Case of Chinese Music Theory. Asia Major.

  • 吳國偉 (2019) : <音樂的歷史迴響>, 黃泉鋒主編, 《中華音境》, 香港, 香港大學出版社 (編印中)。

  • Poposki, Z. (2019). (Exhibition Curator). A Foreign Land, A New Home: Shaun Tan’s The Arrival. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Arts Centre.

  • Poposki, Z. (2019). Series of artworks exhibited in international fine art biennial XII Cairo Biennale. Cairo Biennale. Cairo, Egypt.

  • Song, M.J. (2019). The application of digital fabrication technologies to the art and design curriculum in a teacher preparation program: A case study. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, online first, 1-21.

  • Song, M.J. (2018). Learning to teach 3D printing in schools: How do teachers in Korea prepare to integrate 3D printing technology into classrooms?. Educational Media International, 55(3), 183-198.

  • Tam, C. O. (2019). An empirical study of Geahigan’s inquiry model in learning art criticism at senior secondary school level. The International Journal of Art and Design Education, 38(2), 344-359.

  • Thibeault, M. D. (2018). Learning with Sound Recordings: A History of Suzuki’s Mediated Pedagogy. Journal of Research in Music Education, 66(1), 6-30.

  • Wood, L. (2019). Night Vision. Mixed-media artwork 2019. Kyung Hee University Museum of Arts. Seoul, Korea: Kyung Hee University and EdUHK.

  • Wood, L. (2018). Bodies In Transit, Asia Remix Mural Painting. Museum of Contemporary Art and Planning, Shenzhen, China. Shenzhen, China: Shenzhen Design Week 2018.

  • Yang, Y., Carter-Ényì, A., Radhakrishnan, N., & Grimmer, S. (2019). Vocal Music and Pedagogy of Chinese, African, and Indian Genres. In Graham F. Welch, David M. Howard, and John Nix (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Singing (pp. 751-772). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

  • Yang, Y., & Welch, G. F. (2016). Pedagogical challenges in folk music teaching in higher education: A case study of Hua’er music in China. British Journal of Music Education, 33(1), 61-79.

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