Professor of Chinese and Comparative Literature
College of Letters, Arts & Sciences
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0353
Office: Taper Hall of Humanities, Room 226A
Ph.D. University of Washington
Modern and contemporary Chinese literature and poetry in addition to Chinese thought.
Professor Cheung's publications include Feng Chih (1979), The Isle Full of Noises: Modern Chinese Poetry from Taiwan (1987), and The Exiles and Native Sons: Modern Short Stories from Taiwan (1992). Under the pseudonym Chang Ts'o, he is also a modern Chinese poet who has published ten collections of verse in Chinese, the latest being Drifting (Beijing, 1991) and Thin Snow (Taipei, 1997). His research interests include East-West literary relations, the study of the Fantastic, comparative poetics, modern and contemporary Chinese literature.