Kinnia has been a faculty member of The Department of Japanese Studies at The Chinese University of Hong Kong since 2003. Her research interests include Japanese studies, transnational film and cultural studies in East Asia, and visualizing cultures of WWII. Kinnia is the recipient of the Young Researcher Award 2008, CUHK; as well as a Harvard-Yenching Institute visiting scholar in 2010-2011.
M.A., Ph.D., University of Tokyo
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Current Research Projects
- World War II on Japanese, Chinese and American Screens
- Cinema Exchange between Hong Kong and Korea
- Media Influences on Japanese Attitudes towards China
- 邱淑婷. 2017. “中日韓跨國愛情電影之時代變遷與政治隱喻” (Transformation and Political Metaphor of Chinese-Japanese-Korean Transnational Romantic Movies), 《中日韓三國之融合與分歧》, Siu Kam-wah, ed., pp. 163-190, Hong Kong: Cosmos Books Ltd.
- Yau, Shuk-ting, Kinnia. 2016. “Transformation of Hong Kong Gangster Movies Before and After CEPA,” Hong Kong and Bollywood: Globalization of Asian Cinemas, Joseph Tse-hei Lee, Satish Kolluri, eds., pp. 51-68, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Yau Shuk-ting, Kinnia. 2013. “Meanings of the Imagined Friends: Good Japanese in Chinese War Films,” Imagining Japan in Post-war East Asia: Identity Politics, Schooling and Popular Culture, Paul Morris, Naoko Shimazu & Edward Vickers, eds., pp. 68-84, London & New York: Routledge.
- Yau, Shuk-ting, Kinnia. 2013. “Searching Reality in Virtuality: Fantasy as a Way Out for Twenty-First-Century Japan,” Natural Disaster and Reconstruction in Asian Economies: A Global Synthesis of Shared Experiences, Yau Shuk-ting, Kinnia, ed., pp. 111-125, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Yau Shuk-ting, Kinnia. 2012. “Responding to Disaster: Japan’s 3.11 Catastrophe in Historical Perspective,” Special Issue of The Asia-Pacific Journal, vol. 10, issue 11, no. 1, 12 March 2012.