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
Phone: 213-740-3707
Fax: 213-740-8058

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.

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