Hkbu humanities and creative writing




Interdisciplinarity: All the Humanities core courses draw on diverse disciplines. These include art criticism, language, literature, history, philosophy, cultural studies and media studies. Bilingual Teaching and Learning: Students will read, write and speak in Chinese as well as English, developing their skills in …


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The Creative and Professional Writing Programme of Hong Kong Baptist University is the first UGC-funded undergraduate programme among Hong Kong tertiary institutions dedicated to creative and professional writing in both Chinese and English. Characteristics. To pursue these goals, the Programme carries certain distinguishing characteristics:


Writing Seminar: Workshop in Creative Writing This course aims to enable students to understand and examine the major creative writing genres through practices and critical analysis, explore the rich diversity of modern literary writings, and read representative works in English and Chinese that will parallel the writing exercises in both languages.


The Department of Humanities & Creative Writing offers B.A. degrees related to the studies of humanities and creativity, a flourishing field corresponding nicely to the educational goals of the University. You will read the details and course content of each of the B.A. (Hons) programme in this departmental website.


This concentration aims at developing students’ understanding of some basic theories in the study of humanities and endowing them with solid cultural knowledge and literacy. It covers the studies of culture from the classical, contemporary and comparative perspectives, emphasizing reflective understanding of different cultural traditions like western and Chinese cultures.


This course deals with the major creative writing genres, such as poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and drama for developing students’ writing skills. Students will examine the major creative writing genres through practice and critical analysis, explore the rich diversity of modern literary writings, and read representative works in English and Chinese that will parallel the writing exercises in ...