Associate Professor, Cultural and Religious Studies Chinese University of Hong Kong
Ka-ming is a cultural anthropologist specialising in ethnographic investigation of public culture, gender and nationalism, waste and society. Her academic papers in high-impact international journals and university presses have been taught and widely read. She is also director of the MA program in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She aims to teach and raise awareness among students on the emerging topics of gender, class and environmental humanities, in order to influence cultural and policy changes. Outside of the classroom, she enjoys travelling, learning Indonesian and reading science fiction.