Researcher - Ching Thing Ho 郑庭河
Senior Lecturer, Chinese Studies Department, UM
B. A. (Hons), University of Malaya (UM)
M. A., The National University of Malaysia (UKM)
Ph. D., Nanjing University, China
Tel No.: 03-79675661
Born in Kuala Terengganu of Hainanese descent. Studied at SJK Chung Hwa Wei Sin, SMK Chung Hwa Wei Sin. Graduated with B.A. from Chinese Studies Department, University of Malaya, M.A. from Anthropology and Sociology Department, National University of Malaysia, Ph.D. from Religion Studies Department, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China. Part-time commentary writer for Chinese magazines and newspapers. Worked as lecturer at KDU College, Damansara Jaya, Petaling Jaya and New Era College, Kajang, Selangor. Hobbies: reading, writing, travelling, watching movie and TV.
Ching, T. H. (2016). Religious Dialogue and Individual: A Discussion within Malaysian Context. Hsuan Chuang Journal of Buddhist Studies, 26 (2016/9), 113-137.
Ching, T.H. (2015). Culture is the soul of a nation: A look into Lim Lian Geok's views on culture. In Collected Essays on Lim Lian Geok, pp. 141-156. Kajang: New Era College, LLG Cultural Development Centre Berhad & The Federations Alumni Associations of Taiwan Universities, Malaysia.
Ching, T.H. (2015). Reflection and Creation of Mahua's Cultural Tradition: An Analysis of the Opinions of some Chinese Elites. In Chong, F. H. et al.(eds). Malaysia and the Chinese Community in Transition: Selected Papers on The Second Biennial International Conference on Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2014 (Humanities and Literature), p.p. 491-513. Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies.
Ching, T.H. (2015). The 'Question of Religion' of Late Qing and Early Republic of China. Journal of Sinological Studies. Vol. 6 (2015)
Ching, T.H. (2013). Kang Youwei's Views on the 'Cultural Crisis' of Modern China. Journal of Sinological Studies. Vol. 4 (2013): 181-197.
Ching Thing Ho. (2013). Special Topic Book Review: Daniel P.S. Goh, Matilda Gabrielpillai, Philip Holden and Gaik Cheng Khoo, Race and multiculturalism in Malaysia and Singapore. Universitas: Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture vol.40 no.2(465): 117-121.
Ching, T. H. (2013). Cultural Plurality of Malaysian Chinese: On the Cultural Forms and Identities of an "Overseas Chinese". In. Yang H. D. & Yeo K. K(eds). Cultural Diversity and World Development. P.104- 123.Beijing: Xiyuan Publishing House.
Ching, T.H. (2012). Kang Youwei's views on religion and his idea about Confucian Religion. In Lim, C. K. (ed.) New interpretations of classics: collection of papers presented at the Sixth Sinology Conference (pp.51-80). Petaling Jaya: Centre for Chinese Studies Research, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman.
Ching, T. H. (2011). From Against Superstition to Honoring of Buddhism -- The Transformation and Sedimentation of Liang Qichao's Views on Religion, in Yam, K. K. (ed.) The Realm of Sinology: Collected Works of The Seventh Malaysian Sinology International Conference (pp. 85- 115), Kuala Lumpur: Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya.
CHING THING HO. (2008). MALAYSIAN CHINESE AND MULTI-RELIGIOUS SITUATION: AN ANALYSIS AND THINKING. NEW ERA COLLEGE ACADEMIC JOURNAL (5): 151-160.