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Dr CHEUNG, Chor-yung
張楚勇
BA HKU, MPhil CUHK, PhD Hull
Senior Teaching Fellow
“University learning consists in listening to the conversation amongst the greatest minds and observing how great deeds are being put into action by remarkable people."

Chor-yung Cheung came to City University in August 1995 and is currently a Senior Teaching Fellow in the Department of Public Policy. He is most interested in studying political theory and Hong Kong politics. Cheung believes that reading the classical works of political philosophy is one of the best ways to develop a more profound understanding of politics and the human condition. He also recommends that students of Hong Kong politics engage policy makers and political participants in person in order to directly observe how real life politics unfolds and develops. Cheung obtained his BA (Hons) at the University of Hong Kong, his MPhil at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and his PhD at the University of Hull. He was twice an Administrative Officer of the Hong Kong Government and was Editor of the BBC Chinese Service in London. Cheung is an elected member of the Election Committee of the HKSAR and a panel member of the Administrative Appeals Board of the HKSAR Government.
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“One country, two systems” after the Umbrella movement: problems and prospects", Asian Education and Development Studies, Vol. 6 Issue: 4, 2017, pp.385-400,
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“Reflecting on Dissent in Hong Kong”, in Lessons in Dissent: Feature Booklet, Chapter 8, in Lessons in Dissent, Two DVD Special Edition, Directed by Matthew Torne, 2014 Official Selection of International HK Film Festival, Edko Films Ltd., March 2015

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“Hayek on Nomocracy and Teleocracy: A Critical Assessment”, in Cosmos and Taxis: Studies in Emergent Order and Organization, 1.2, pp. 24-33, March 2014.

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“Beyond Complexity: Can The Sensory Order Defend the Liberal Self?”, in Hayek in Mind: Hayek’s Philosophical Psychology, Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol. 15, pp. 219-239, 2011

“How Political Accountability Undermines Public Service Ethics: the Case of Hong Kong”, in Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 20, No. 70, pp. 499-515, June 2011

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“Public Service Neutrality in Hong Kong: Problems and Prospects”, in The Australian Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 68, No. S1, pp. S17-S26, March 2009

The Quest for Civil Order: Politics, Rules and Individuality, Exeter: Imprint Academic, 2007