Dr. YAU Shuk-ting, Kinnia received her PhD from the University of Tokyo in 2003. She is now Associate Professor at the Department of Japanese Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Prior to that, she had taught at the Department of Cinema Studies, The Korean National University of Arts. Her recent books include Japanese and Hong Kong Film Industries: Understanding the Origins of East Asian Film Networks (Routledge, 2010), Chinese-Japanese-Korean Cinemas: History, Society and Culture (Hong Kong University Press, 2010), East Asian Cinema and Cultural Heritage: From China, Hong Kong, Taiwan to Japan and South Korea (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), and An Oral History on Hong Kong and Japanese Filmmakers: From Foes to Friends (Hong Kong University Press, 2011). Kinnia is the recipient of the Young Researcher Award 2008 (CUHK), as well as a Harvard-Yenching Institute visiting scholar in 2010-2011. Currently her research focuses on the politics of war memories in East Asian and American cinemas.
[in Chinese] 港日影人口述歷史: 化敵為友 An Oral History of Japanese and Hong Kong Filmmakers: From Foes to Friends. Hong Kong University Press, 2012.