List of Publications
Chang, W. P. H., W.S. Mak, J.H. Tan, and S.Y. Kwong. Rediscovery of Cultural Landscapes in Southern China: Sustainable Heritage and Planning in Rural Settlements. Routledge (forthcoming 2021).
Chu, C.L. and S. He, eds., The Speculative City: Emergent Forms and Norms of the Built Environment. University of Toronto Press (forthcoming 2021). https://utorontopress.com/us/the-speculative-city-2
Chu, C.L. “The Afterlives of Modern Housing.” In Routledge Companion to Contemporary Architectural History, edited by Lu, D. Routledge (forthcoming 2021).
Lu, Xiaoxuan. “My Love from the Mountain: Contingent Bordering Processes at Mount Changbai/Baekdu”. Area (forthcoming 2021). https://doi.org/10.1111/area.12706.
Barber, L. and Chu, C.L. “Living Heritage Versus Dead Relics? Place Meanings and Boundary-Making in the Politics of Heritage in Postcolonial Hong Kong.” In Place Meaning and Attachment: Authenticity, Heritage, and Preservation, edited by D. Kopec and A. Bliss, 182-193. Routledge, 2020.
Lai, L.W.C. “Sustainable Development of Heritage Conservation and Tourism: A Hong Kong Case Study on Colonial Heritage”. Sustainable Development 28, no. 5 (2020): 1181–88. https://doi.org/10.1002/sd.2067.
Lai, L.W.C., P.L.K. Lau, and M.H. Chua. “An Empirical Coasian Study on the Socio-Economic Profiles of Two Politically Sensitive Informal Settlements: Kowloon Walled City and Rennie’s Mill”. Land Use Policy 97 (September 2020): 104750. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2020.104750.
Lu, X, S. Trumpf and I. Valin. Interstitial Hong Kong: Exploring the Small and Marginal Landscapes of High-density Urbanism. Tongji University Press, 2020.
Lu, X. “China and Her Return to the Ocean.” In Terra-Sorta-Firma: Atlas of Urbanism on Reclaimed Land, edited by F. Masoud and B. Ryan. Actar, 2020.
Chu, C L and Z. Liang. “Tianyuan Dushi: Garden City, Urban Planning, and Visions of Modernization in Early Twentieth Century China.” Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review 31, no. 1 (2019): 38-54.
Decaudin, M. “Geological Discrimination: Granite and the Early British Colonisation of Hong Kong”. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong 59 (2019): 76–107.
Decaudin, M. “Founding the Barren Rock: Landscape Transformations and Discourses in Nineteenth-Century Colonial Hong Kong”. Journal of the LUCAS Graduate Conference, no. 7 (April 2019): 38–75.
Lu, X. “Divergent Memories of Tumen Shan-shui.” European Journal of Korean Studies 19, no. 1 (2019): 229-274.
Mak, V. “The Spark of Contemporary Landscape Creativity – The Foundation Landscape Design Studio in the University of Hong Kong”. Landscape Architecture Frontiers 7, 5 (2019): 24-37.
Zhou, Ying. “Building a Discourse: Capturing a Moving Target of Shanghai’s Art Boom”. Art Journal 78, no. 3 (2019): 137–39. https://doi.org/10.1080/00043249.2019.1655345.
Chu, C.L. “Envisioning Future Pasts: Heritage and Emergent Activism in Postcolonial Macau and Hong Kong.” In Urban Asias: Essays on Futurity Past and Present, edited by T. Bunnell and D.P.S. Goh, 64-76. Jovis Verlag, 2018.
Chu, C.L. “The Propensity of Things: The Portuguese Calcada and Its Historicity.” Current Anthropology 59, 4 (2018): 388-389.
Tang, D. and Chu, C.L. “Infrastructure Imagination: Charting Hong Kong’s Futures through Construction Photography.” HKIA Journal 74 (November 2018): 118-122.
Zhou, Y. “Herzog & de Meuron’s Latest Arts Venue, Tai Kwun, Opens in Hong Kong.” Frieze (Jun 07 2018).
Zhou, Y. “成長中的當代藝術生態: 香港.” 藝術領地 79 (2018).
Lu, X., I. Valin and S. Trumpf. “Interstitial Hong Kong.” Landscape Architecture Frontiers 5, 3 (2017): 121-131.
Mak, V. “Site-Specific Art.” (Foreword in the ‘After the Deluge’ – Kingsley Ng’s art installation at the Tai Hang Tung stormwater storage tank) Exhibition Guidebook, 2-6. Jockey Club New Arts Power, Hong Kong Arts Development Council, 2017.
Zhou, Y. Urban Loopholes: Creative Alliances of Spatial Production in Shanghai’s City Center. Birkhäuser, 2017. https://www.amazon.com/Urban-Loopholes-Alliances-Production-Shanghais/dp/3035611041
Zhou, Y. “自然之後: 新加坡建成環境研究”. 藝術界 = LEAP (Singapore Supplement). (2016): 22-28.
Chu, C. L. “Spectacular Macau: Visioning Futures in A World Heritage City.” Geoforum 65 (October 2015): 440-450.
Davies, Stephen N. G, Lawrence W. C. Lai, Ken S.T. Ching, and K.Y Tan. “The Japanese Assault on Pillbox 3”. Surveying and Built Environment 24, no.1 (2015): 95–108.
Mak, V. “Town Planning: No Driver behind the Wheel”. Hong Kong Echo Magazine 77 (2015): 26-27.