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Miss Tung holds a BA in English and MPhil (Literary Studies) from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, as well as an MA in Literary and Cultural Studies from The University of Hong Kong. During her undergraduate years, she also minored in Cultural Studies. Her research interests include Jane Austen, adaptation studies, fandom studies, popular culture, and nineteenth-century literature. Her future academic aspirations will be focused on academic publishing and obtaining a PhD.
- Tung, O. “On Melancholy and Discplacement: Kit Kelen’s As to the Laddies of Which Way and Roger Palmer and Tim Simpson’s macao macau”, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal. Issue 43: “Writing Macau”, April 2019.
- Tung, O. “Why Does Patriarchy Persist?”, Hong Kong Review of Books, May 2019.
- Tung, O. “Challenging Beijing’s Mandate of Heaven: Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement and Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement”, Hong Kong Studies. Vol., No.1, Spring 2021
- Tung, O. “The Elizabeth Project”, Cocktails with Miss Austen, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2017, pp. 101-112
- (Accepted) “The Triumph Against Adultism: The Reconciliation and Mutual Empowerment of Generations in We are the Littles”, Negotiating Identity and Creativity in Times of Crisis, 24-25 September 2021, Faculty Niche Research Area, Hong Kong Baptist University
- Growing Up in the Toy Story Trilogy: A Study on the Complexity of Bildungsroman (MA Thesis, HKU, 2018)
- Modern Retellings of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice as a Form of Transgressive Nostalgia (MPhil Thesis, CUHK, 2021)
- ENG1020 Public Speaking
- ENG2020 English for Business Communication