- BA, MA, MPhil, PhD Candidate (HKU)
- Dr. TSE Yiu Kay
Mr. Ko received his BA degree in Chinese Language & Literature and Fine Arts (History of Art), MA degree in Chinese Language and Literature and MPhil degree from the University of Hong Kong. Currently, he is a PhD candidate at the School of Chinese. He worked as a Senior Research Assistant and Research Associate at the Department of Chinese and History, City University of Hong Kong. His research interests include Chinese lexicology, Confucian classics, Chinese philology, and classical Chinese prose.
- “A brief discussion of the characteristics of the appellations in twelve imperial mandates from the Book of Zhou and the social relations and political culture reflected in them” 略論《周誥》十二篇稱謂特色及其所反映的西周人倫與政治文化, Eruditus《大學海》, Vol.2 (2016), Hong Kong: School of Chinese, University of Hong Kong, pp.1-13.
- “A study of the achievements of Han Yu’s funeral oration” 韓愈祭文的成就, Journal of Zhoukou Normal University《周口師範學院學報》, Vol.4 (2014), pp.5-8, 15.
- “A study of the euphemism for disability in Hong Kong” 身心殘缺類委婉語研究──以香港為中心, Chinese Language Review (Hong Kong)《語文建設通訊 (香港)》, Vol. 103 (2013), pp.34-38.
- “A study of Qu Wanli’s annotations and translation of the Book of Documents” 屈萬里《尚書》注譯研究, M.Phil. Dissertation, University of Hong Kong, June 2016.
- “A study of the appellations in twelve imperial mandates from the Book of Zhou” 周誥十二篇稱謂研究, M.A. Dissertation, University of Hong Kong, July 2014.
- “Ancient Chinese Characters and the Study of Ancient Texts: with a Special Focus on Qu Wanli’s Three Kinds of Annotations of the Book of Documents 古文字與古籍研讀：以屈萬里三種《尚書》注為例”, 2015-2016 School of Chinese Research Student Seminar, Date and Time: 19th February 2016 (Friday); 5:30-6:45 p.m., Venue: Rm 730, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU.