Chow Kai Wing

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Chow Kai Wing (Traditional Chinese: 周佳榮; born 1947) is a Professor and the Head of Department of History in Hong Kong Baptist University.[1]

Chow attended the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hiroshima University, Osaka University of Foreign Studies and he gained a PhD at University of Hong Kong. Chow is a historian in Hong Kong and his research interests are focused on the modernization of East Asian Countries (China, Japan and Korea); Sino-Japanese relations; Intellectual History of Modern China.

Chow should not be confused with Chow Kai Wing of University of Illinois, who is also a historian.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Chow Kai Wing (2002). The Chinese Medical History Dictionary. Hong Kong: Chung Wah Book Company. 
  • Chow Kai Wing (1999). New Citizen and Revival: Major Themes in Modern Chinese Thought. Hong Kong: Lee Man Publication. 
  • Chow Kai Wing (1985). Historical Modern Japanese Culture and Thought. Taiwan: The Commercial Press. 

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