此時彼刻




此時彼刻——香港舊照片與文化回顧

Hong Kong Photos and Culture in Retrospect

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演講介紹:

香港的各區古蹟、舊地標,隨著城市發展,相繼傾頹而倒,取而代之的是冰冷的水泥叢林;昔日香港的娛樂和文化產業,曾經百花齊放,式式俱備,然而在時代發展的巨輪下,卻呈逐漸褪色之勢。是次講座,既有余震宇先生剖析各區珍貴舊照,亦有朱耀偉教授論述廣東歌詞、電影等文化事業,從多角度折射出香港社會變遷,並帶領參加者踏上時光隧道,尋找昔日美麗的香港,回顧歷史,放眼未來。

講者介紹

余震宇先生:中山大學博士候選人、北京大學中文系碩士,「香港舊照片」創辦人。 二〇一二年,開設「香港舊照片」Facebook專頁;二〇一三年,設立「香港舊照片」網站,致力發展成網上平面博物館,重拾更多香港人的集體回憶。二〇一四年,出版首部著作《港島海岸線》。二〇一五年,首辦展覽「我城故影:中環的地標與海岸線」。

朱耀偉教授:香港大學香港研究課程總監、香港大學現代語言及文化學院教授,曾於香港浸會大學任教超過二十年。研究範圍包括文學批評(詩話、詞話)、當代文學、文化理論、香港流行歌詞研究、比較文學批評、後殖民主義、全球化與中國/香港文化論述、(後)殖民香港法律文化研究。出版超過二十本書,包括最新著作Lost in Transition: Hong Kong Culture in the Age of China (2013)。

時間:3月30日(星期一)18:30-20:30

地點:香港大學梁銶琚樓202室(KK202)

語言:普通話(國語)

報名鏈接http://goo.gl/forms/iRbEzaD9uY

 

Introduction:

As Hong Kong drastically developed in the past century, historical sites and landmarks have gradually declined. In the old days, Hong Kong was the hub of entertainment and cultural industry, but now it may not be the top trend leaders. What does Hong Kong look in the twentieth century? What will Hong Kong be like in the new era?

In this Salon, Mr. Jacky Yu will analyze old photos of each district in Hong Kong, while Professor Stephen Chu will focus on Hong Kong movie and lyrics in Cantonese Pop songs. The two guest speakers will review changes in Hong Kong from various aspects to journey into this old yet beautiful city.

Guest Speaker:

Mr. Yu Chun Yu: Candidates of PhD of Sun Yat-Sen Univerity. Master of Arts in Chinese of Peking University. Founder of “Hong Kong Old Photos” website. In 2012, he established the “Hong Kong Old Photos” Facebook Fan Page; in 2013, he established the “Hong Kong Old Photos” website. In 2014, he published his first book “The Coastline of Hong Kong”; in 2015, he held his first photo exhibition “Images of Our City: Landmarks and Coastlines of Central”. Mr. Yu is dedicated to develop online museum to recollect Hong Kong people’s memory of this city.

Professor Chu, Yiu Wai Stephen: Professor Chu is the Director of the Hong Kong Studies Programme of the University of Hong Kong. He worked for twenty years in the Department of Chinese and Humanities Programme of Hong Kong Baptist University. He has published more than twenty books, including the most recent Lost in Transition: Hong Kong Culture in the Age of China (2013). He has also published widely in journals of different academic disciplines such as literature, film, popular music, cultural policy, anthropology, sociology and legal studies. His research interests focus on Hong Kong culture, post-colonialism and globalization.

Time: March 30th 18:30-20:30

Venue: KK202, K.K. Leung Building, The University of Hong Kong

Medium: Mandarin

Registration: http://goo.gl/forms/iRbEzaD9uY