Lecturer
Mr YEUNG Tak Ming, Paul
paulyeung@chuhai.edu.hk
Academic Qualifications
M.A. (Image and Communication (Photography) at Goldsmiths College, London)
B.Ssc (School of Journalism and Communication, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Background
Paul Yeung Tak-ming graduated from MA in Image and Communication (Photography) at Goldsmiths College, London in 2011. Yeung embarked on his profession in photojournalism for 10 years after graduated from BA of Journalism and Communication in Hong Kong 2000. He was elected to be chairman of the Hong Kong Press Photographers Association (2007, 2008). He was former part-time lecturer in Photojournalism at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Photo-documentary in Chu Hai College of Higher Education. He had received more than 20 awards presented by The Newspaper Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Press Photographers Association and Invisible Photographer Asia. He participated in “Count to 12”, a part of “The Road to 2012” project commissioned by and exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery, London (2011). Yeung opened his first solo photography exhibition “The Flower Show” (HK, 2012) at Blindspot Gallery in 2012. His works are collected by Hong Kong Cultural Museum and private collection. His works also exhibited in:

“From the Other Sides: Works by Independent Photographers”, an exhibition of Umbrella Festival (HK, 2015)
“The 2015 Three Shadows Photography Awards Exhibition” (Beijing, 2015)
“Outside Forces: Conversation Exhibition by Enoch Cheung and Paul Yeung” (HK, 2015)
“Definitely Maybe: a joint exhibition by Paul Yeung and Zheng Yaohua” (HK, 2014)
“Yuenyeung: Contemporary Hong Kong Photography” at Lianzhou Foto Festival (China, 2013)
“Post-Straight: Contemporary Hong Kong Photography” at Hong Kong Heritage Museum (HK, 2012)
“The Good Old Days in 1989” at MOST Gallery (HK, 2012)
IC Show, MA Degree Show in Goldsmiths College, London (UK, 2011)
“7 Fei: Not accord with the exhibition” Photography Exhibition (HK, 2010) “North” Photography Exhibition in Upper Station Gallery (HK, 2010)
Imaging Hong Kong Contemporary Photography Exhibition (HK, 2008)