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Published work

Siufung is currently a Ph.D. student at the Department of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Emory University, Atlanta, GA.

Siufung received their MPhil. in Transgender Studies at The University of Hong Kong. Their research interests include transgender studies, queer theory, Asian studies, and feminist ethnography. Their purposed Ph.D. project aims to engage critically with trans theories to conceptualize genderfluid identities and bodies that transcend the either-or dichotomy in Western binary systems. They draw on theoretical, methodological, and philosophical frameworks to address the gender fluid and intersectional experiences that situate within the geopolitics of queer Asia.

Outside school, Siufung is a pioneer in advocating gender fluidity in Hong Kong and the first professional genderfluid bodybuilder in Asia.

CV of Siufung Law

June 2022

Updated June 2022

Transgender Trouble: Gender Transcendence in self-ethnographic genderqueer experience in Hong Kong

 12 July 2021

This paper explores key issues in relation to transgender and genderqueer experiences.

Trans*, female bodybuilding and racial equality: narratives from a Hong Kong Chinese gender-fluid bodybuilder

29 Jan 2022

Co-authored with Bonnie Pang, Denise Tse-Shang Tang

Academics: Publications
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