MCS 年度研討會 -- 香港文化研究的媒體、抗爭與展演 Annual MCS Symposium -- Media, Protest and Performance in Hong Kong Cultural Studies

16/02/2019 -
14:30 - 18:45


研討會將分為兩部分。第一部分的主題是「媒體的政治經濟」,以MCSian的論文為引旨,透過對話去思考在當前處境如何尋找出路。第二部分的主題是「抗爭作為一種展演」,主持鄧芝珊邀請了「新、舊香港人」黃耀明及黎明以圓桌會議形式進行。土生土長的香港人或「舊香港人」明哥致力音樂創作外,一直關注不同的社會議題,「希望有一天我們都毫無掛慮,暢所欲言」。 「新香港人」黎明在聖誕節「報佳音」請願,為的是引起社會關注性騷擾的問題。「新、舊香港人」擁抱相同價值,以敢言去捍衛信念,使這地成為展演抗爭的舞台。

文化研究碩士課程(MCS) 誠邀你參加第十五屆MCS年度研討會(以廣東話主講)。本研討會將於二月十六日(星期六),下午二時三十分至晚上六時四十五分,在塔冷通心靈書舍舉行。欲知更多詳情,請瀏覽:

如對本研討會感興趣,請務必預先登記 ,我們會為你提供最好的安排。對文化研究碩士(MCS)課程有興趣人士,歡迎即場查詢。



You are cordially invited to join the 15th annual MCS Symposium (conducted in Cantonese) at Talentum Bookshop from 1430 to 1845 on 16 February 2019 (Sat).

This year's theme of the Annual Symposium is 'Media, Protest and Performance in Hong Kong Cultural Studies’. It aims to showcase outstanding MCS students' papers in the past year, which review Cultural Studies’ response to the current socio-political quagmire and juncture in Hong Kong. The symposium also explores the Programme’s initiative in the Performance Studies concentration, looking towards a synergistic academic and pedagogic future to better articulate the concerns and potentials of our time.

The symposium will address these issues in two parts: the first part, ‘Political Economy of the Media’, invites us to engage authors of outstanding MCS papers critiquing each others' work. These works in progress enter into dialogues with discussants to identify newer cause and methods of intervention in this current juncture.

The second part of the programme is a roundtable that highlights the work of prominent 'art-activists,’ who will engage in a discussion with performance studies scholars to address key issues while Hong Kong has since become a site of protest for both the new and old HongKongers. Our Deputy Director, Tang Tse-shang Denise, invites two discussants including Wong Yiu-ming Anthony (Singer and record producer) and Li Ming Minnie (Lecturer of The Education University of Hong Kong) for the roundtable. As a Hongkonger or one might say, a longtime Hongkongese, Anthony Wong or more affectionately known as Ming Gor, has been speaking out on critical social issues in the spirit of free speech. Minnie Li, who immigrated to the city for her postgraduate studies, has been at the forefront of raising the issue of sexual harassment. Her latest action of singing Christmas carols outside of Breakthrough’s office is just one of many.

We would appreciate it if you could register at (Registration in advance required). If you are interested in the MCS programme, please feel free to make an enquiry about the programme during intermission. For details, please visit

Thank you.

Master of Cultural Studies