- 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
Category Archives: Brian Yeung
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 (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 (2013) Cultural Policy, Chinese National Identities and Globalization. International Communication Association Preconference: Global Communication and National Policies: The Return of the State? The International Communication Convention Preconference, London, June 16.
Anthony Fung (2013) Strategizing Creative Industries in China: Contradictions and Tension of Cultural Policy in China. The Idea of Creative City: The Urban Policy Debate, Cracow, Poland, October 17-18.
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.
Anthony Fung (2013) Youth and Online Game in Hong Kong. Journal of Youth Studies 16(1): 43-55 (in Chinese)
Thanks to Hong Kong Game Industry Assoication (HKGIA), our Project conducted an industry survey of the online game industry, including game companies, distributors and payment gateways in March -May 2011. The researchers would like to express our deepest gratitude to … Continue reading
We completed a representative telephone survey of 800 subjects in Hong Kong. We are compiling the report. Here is the draft report,
Thanks to Hong Kong Game Industry Assoication (HKGIA), our Project conducted an industry survey of the online game industry, including game companies, distributors and payment gateways. We interviewed key people in the business and it is by far the most … Continue reading