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dorolau@hkbu.edu.hk
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教育: 
PhD, The University of Hong Kong

专业范畴: 
Transnational cinema / Hong Kong Cinema / Hollywood Cinema / Digital culture / Cyberculture / Participatory culture / Stardom / Fandom

主要成就: 
2016 ‘Rearticulating Bruce Lee and his ‘Hip-Hop Fury’ in Fan Made Videos’ in Lasting Screen Stars: Personas that Endure and Images that Fade. Edited by Lucy Bolton and Julie Lobalzo Wright, Palgrave Macmillan (Forthcoming)
“‘Friending’ Jet Li on Facebok: The Chinese Celebrity Persona in Online Social Network.” Journal of Asian Cinema 26(2): 169-192. (Forthcoming)
2014 “The Matrix Hero on YouTube: Fan Vids as a Form of Transmedia Storytelling” in Social Media: Global Perspectives, Applications and Benefits and Dangers. Edited by Annmarie Bennet. Nova Science Publishers.
“Actor or Ambassador? The Star Persona of Jackie Chan in Social Media.” Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies. Mar 2014: 1-17.
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Academic Publication

Original Works

‘Rearticulating Bruce Lee and his ‘Hip-Hop Fury’ in Fan Made Videos’ in Lasting Screen Stars: Personas that Endure and Images that Fade. Edited by Lucy Bolton and Julie Lobalzo Wright, Palgrave Macmillan (Forthcoming 2016).
“‘Friending’ Jet Li on Facebok: The Chinese Celebrity Persona in Online Social Network.” Journal of Asian Cinema 26(2): 169-192. (Forthcoming 2016).
“The Matrix Hero on YouTube: Fan Vids as a Form of Transmedia Storytelling” in Social Media: Global Perspectives, Applications and Benefits and Dangers. Edited by Annmarie Bennet. Nova Science Publishers. 2014.
“Actor or Ambassador? The Star Persona of Jackie Chan in Social Media.” Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies. Mar 2014: 1-17.
“Donnie Yen’s Wing Chun Body as a Cyber-Intertext.” Journal of Chinese Cinema 7 (2), 2013: 157-173.
“The Flickering of Jackie Chan: Transnational Chinese Film Stardom, Web 2.0, and the Signification of Performance.” The International Journal of the Humanities 8 (2), 2010: 11-22.
“Hong Kong Auteurs in Hollywood - A Case of John Woo.” John Woo’s Master Class. Ed. Cheuk, Pak-tong. Hong Kong: Comos Books Ltd. 2005, 206-272 (Chinese).
“Between Personal Signature and Industrial Standards: John Woo as a Hong Kong Auteur in Hollywood.” LEWI Working Paper Series 22. Hong Kong Baptist University. 3.2004.
“Hollywood: An Unfailing Institution.” Film Appreciation Journal. Fall, No. 121. 10-12. 2004 (Chinese).
“Interview With Karen Fang—The Writer of A Better Tomorrow”. Film Critics’ Quarterly. 7.2004: 28 (Chinese).

Translated Works

Godawa, Brian. Hollywood Worldview: Watching Film with Wisdom and Discernment. Hong Kong: FES Press. 2005 (from English to Chinese).
Bordwell, David. “Transnational Space: Toward a Poetics of Chinese Cinema.” Film Appreciation Journal 104. 6-8.2000: 15-25, Co-trans. with Yeh Yueh-yu (from English to Chinese).
Kleinhans, Chuck. “Becoming Hollywood: New Era of Hong Kong.” Film Appreciation Journal 105, 9-11.2000: 23-28, Co-trans. with Yeh Yueh-yu (from English to Chinese).

Conference Papers

“Gazing of the Wuxia Body: Digital Visual Effects, Looking Relations, and Peter Chan’s Wu Xia (2011),” RIDCH Conferences: Digitization and Reconceptualizations of the Humanities, Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong, December 17-18, 2015.
“The Ethnic Star Phenomenon in Participatory Cyberculture: Chinese Movie Stardom, Zhang Ziyi, and YouTube,” The Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities, Osaka, Japan, April 5-8, 2012.
“The Martial-Arts Body as Cyber-Intertext: The Case of Donnie Yen,” 
Asian Cinema Studies Society Conference, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, March 16-20, 2012.
“Friending the Star in the Networked, Participatory Culture: The Case of Jet Li on Facebook,” Southwest/Texas Popular and American Culture Association Conference (Computer Culture Area), Albuqueque, USA, February 8-11, 2012.
“The Flickering of Jackie Chan: Cosmopolitan Chinese Film Stardom, Web 2.0, and the Signification of Performance.” China-West: Cosmopolitics, Memory and Visual Media in the 21st Century, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, June 11-12, 2010.
“Binary Reflexivity – Changes of John Woo’s Auteurism in Hollywood and the Implications,” Annual Conference of Chinese Communication Association, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, July 3-5, 2001.
“From Killer to King: Exploring Masculinity of Chow Yun-fat in Hollywood,” Mediamorphosis: The 3rd Postgraduate Conference on Communication in Chinese Societies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, May 27, 2000.

Selected Public Lectures and Talks

Speaker, Talk: “Australia”, Academic Week, Government and International Studies Society, Hong Kong Baptist University, October 8, 2015.
Guest Lecturer, Lecture: “Semiotics in Films” for Media Semiotics, School of Communication, Hong Kong Baptist University, April 14, 2004.
Speaker, “Local Culture and Foreign Influence: The Film Environment that Shaped John Woo,” Hong Kong Film Archive, Hong Kong, December 12, 2002