- Completed Studies
- Interviews and Observations of Cultural Clusters in China
- HK and Macau Online Game Industry Survey
- HK Internet and Game Use Survey
- HK Gamer Study in Cybercafes
- Game Policy Study in China
- Interviews with Game Industries in China
- Comparative Game Market and Cultural Policy Study
- Online Gamers’ Right and Policy Study
- Study of China Game Export and Globalization
- Case Study of Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf
- Theorizing Cultural Clusters
- Survey in Shanghai on Gamers
- Ongoing Projects
Tag Archives: Games
The entire project is finished. A policy report with 9 chapters are compiled with data, analysis and recommendations. At this moment, the report is for internal use only. Mapping the Hong Kong Game Industries Report 2014
To faciliate the compilation of the final recommendation report, we collect more updated market data of China’s Game Industry. Because the report is for citation in the final report, it is for internal circulation only. Please do not quote. China … Continue reading
Anthony Fung (2013) A Study of Game Addiction in Hong Kong. Annual Conference, Chinese Communication Association, Taiwan, July 12-14
Anthony Fung (2013) Online Game and Chinese National Identities. Cultural Policies in East Asia: Present and Future. Graduate School of Public Policy and Industry, Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul, 5 January.
Anthony Fung (2012) Creative Industries in China: Contradictions and Globalization. Creative Industries in East and Southeast Asia, Japan Foundation and Birkbeck College, London, July 29-30.
Anthony Fung (2013) The Chinese are coming: the soft power of online games “made-in-China.” Asian Creative Transformation. http://www.creativetransformations.asia/2013/03/the-chinese-are-coming-the-soft-power-of-online-games-made-in-china/.
Anthony Fung (2011) Media Globalization in China Today. Roundtable: The (Re)globalization of China. Joint Conference of the Association for Asian Studies and International Convention of Asia Scholars, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 31-April 3
Anthony Fung (2014) Online Game and Chinese National Identities. In Lorrain Lim and Hye-Kyung Lee ed. Cultural Policies in East Asia: Between the State, Arts and Cultural Industries. Palgrave Macmillan, pp.53-68.
This is a study of game export strategies of China and its implication for globalization. The study also bears significant implication for HK game exports.
Phase IV: Data collection on game industries and markets in South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Australia, Europe, and the US
This phase will focus on data on the game industries and markets in geographic areas that are potentially important to HK’s game industries as competitors and markets. Our international team will be responsible for data collection in Singapore, Australia, Europe, … Continue reading