IP Iam Chong, Prof.

  • 8 Castle Peak Road, Tuen Mun

    Hong Kong

  • 52 Scopus Citations
  • 3 Scopus h-Index
1991 …2020
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Personal profile

Chinese Name



Iam-chong Ip was born and grew up in Macau, studied at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, received his PhD from the Graduate Institute of Building and Planning at the National Taiwan University and has been teaching in the Department of Cultural Studies at Lingnan University in Hong Kong since 2002. He is one of the founders of Hong Kong In-media and inmediahk.net. 葉蔭聰在澳門出生,曾入讀香港中文大學,並在國立臺灣大學城鄉研究所獲取博士學位。2002年起在嶺南大學文化研究系任教,2004年,他是獨立媒體(香港)與香港獨立媒體網的創始成員。

Research interests

Urban Studies, Contemporary China Studies

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cultural criticism Social Sciences
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Projects 2013 2020

Research Output 1991 2018

After Mobilization: Youth, political engagement and online performance in Hong Kong

IP, I. C., 2018.

Research output: Other Conference ContributionsConference Paper (other)Other Conference Paperpeer-review

Disengagement and Urbanism: The Case of Gangpiaoquan and "Hong Kong Drifter" (gangpiao)

IP, I. C., 15 Aug 2018.

Research output: Other Conference ContributionsConference Paper (other)Other Conference Paperpeer-review

Hong Kong
online media

Political de-institutionalization and the rise of right-wing nativism

IP, I. C., 17 Jul 2018, Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Hong Kong. LUI, T., CHIU, S. W. K. & YEP, R. (eds.). Routledge, p. 462-471

Research output: Book Chapters | Papers in Conference ProceedingsBook ChapterResearchpeer-review

political intervention
political action