PUN, Lok Fai Boris
PUN, Lok Fai Boris, PhD. Candidate
Phone: (852) 3943-7713
Fandom studies (Fan labour, participatory culture, and relevant cultural policy and political economy)
Presentation in Academic Conference:
Pun, L.F. & Fung, A.Y.H. (2017). E-sport Gamers in China: Career, Habitus and Public Discourses in the E-sport Gaming of League of Legends. Presented in DiGRA 2017, Melbourne, July 3-7, 2017.
Pun, L.F., Fung, A.Y.H. & Yu, C. (2016). Inappropriate cultural appropriation: the cultural dynamic between mainland and Hong Kong in cultural export/import of movies. Presented in Crossroad 2016 in Cultural Studies, Sydney, December 14-17, 2016.
Pun, L.F. (2016). Local comics and formation of new Hong Kong localistic identity: A case study of “Teddy Boy” . Presented in Crossroad 2016 in Cultural Studies, Sydney, December 14-17, 2016.
Fung, A.Y.H. & Pun, L.F. (2016). The Transforming Hong Kong polarized Cultural Identities and Comic Production. Presented in International Communication Association 2016, Fukuoka, June 9-13, 2016
Fung, A.Y.H. & Pun, L.F (2015). 香港文身份兩極與漫畫製作的轉變。武漢大學，武漢，第八屆 跨文化傳播國際學術會議，November 21-22.
Pun, L.F (2015). Hei She Hui (Triads) and the Imaginary of Hong Kong Cultural Identity in Contemporary Hong Kong Local Comics. Presented in The Fifth Asian Conference on Cultural Studies 2015, Kyoto, Japan, May 28-31, 2015.
Chew, M.& Pun, L.F (2013). Cyberbullies, Qidi, and Flamers: The Social Construction of an Internet Moral Panic in Hong Kong. Presented in Global Social Scineces Conference 2013, Hong Kong, December 6-7, 2013
Pun, L.F. (Forthcoming). “Working behind Playing: Tamed Fan Labour and its Stabilizing Function in the Chinese Mobile Gaming Fan Community” In Charles Wang eds. Exploring the Rise of Fandom in Contemporary Consumer Culture. US: IGI Global Publication
Fung, A.Y.H. & Pun, L.F. (2017). Discourse and Identity in the Hong Kong Comic Magazine Teddy Boy, Global Media and China, 4.
Fung, A.Y.H. & Pun, L.F. (2016). “From pioneering amateur to tamed co-operator: the tamed desires and untamed resistance under the cosplay scene in China.” In Austin Lee and Lex Pulos eds. Transnational Contexts of Culture, Gender, Class, and Colonialism in Play. London: Palgrave Macmillan
Chew, M. & Pun, L.F., & Chan, K. (2016). Hong Kong comics after the mid-1990s, International Journal of Comic Art. 18, (1), 416-433.