Dr. LEE, Kwai Sang is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Literature and Cultural Studies and the Associate Dean of Graduate School. Prior to joining EdUHK (the then Hong Kong Institute of Education, HKIEd) in 1999, he had worked for the Office of General Education (1993-1997) and the Department of Chinese Language and Literature (1997-1999) at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Throughout the past years, he has been appointed to a variety of administrative posts in different areas. He had served as Associate Head of the Department of Chinese (2009-2012), founding GE Programme Coordinator and Acting Director of the General Education Office (2005-2010), Programme Coordinator of Bachelor of Arts in Language Studies (Chinese major) (2009-2012), Warden of the Northcote Hall (2004-2015), etc. His research interests include Classical Chinese philosophy and thoughts, early Chinese texts, as well as the paradigm shift of Chinese cultural and literary studies. He won research grants for investigating the paradigm shift of modern Chinese literary studies funded by the General Research Fund, Research Grants Council of Hong Kong Government. He published three single-authored academic monographs and a broad range of peer-reviewed articles in the leading journals in the field, such as Chinese Studies (Taiwan), Bulletin of the Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy of Academia Sinica (Taiwan), Monumenta Serica (Sankt Augustin). Journal of Oriental Studies (Hong Kong), Journal of Chinese Studies (Hong Kong).