Chang-Yau Hoon is Assistant Professor of Asian Studies at the School of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University, and Adjunct Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia. He is the winner of SMU Teaching Excellence Award: Most Promising Teacher in 2012. He received a PhD in Asian Studies (with Distinction) from UWA, where he also obtained Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce. Prior to joining SMU in June 2008, he taught Asian Studies and Indonesian at UWA. Dr Hoon is the author of the monograph "Chinese Identity in Post-Suharto Indonesia: Culture, Media and Politics" (2008, Sussex Academic Press), and has co-edited two volumes: "Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging" (Routledge, 2012), and "Catalysts of Change: Ethnic Chinese Business in Asia" (World Scientific, 2013). He is the co-editor of special issues of Journal of Asian Business and Inside Indonesia, and has published refereed articles in international journals such as Asian Ethnicity, Asia Pacific Education Review, Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies, Journal of Asian Business, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Life Writing and The Indonesian Quarterly. Dr Hoon has examined graduate dissertations from Edith Cowan University, National University of Singapore and the University of Western Australia. He regularly presents academic papers in international conferences and comments on social and political issues in the media.
"By Race, I am Chinese; and by Grace, I am Christian”: Chineseness and Christianity in Indonesia, Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging (2013)
Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: A Critical Review (with Siew Min SAI), Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging (2013)
Chinese Identity in Post-Suharto Indonesia: Culture, Politics and Media, Research Collection School of Social Sciences (2008)
Defining (Multiple) Selves: Reflections on Fieldwork in Jakarta, Life Writing (2006)
The 'Self' in late-modernity is never singular but multiplies across different discourses, practices and positions....
How to be Chinese: Ethnic Chinese Experience a Reawakening of Their Chinese Identity, Inside Indonesia (2004)
More than a Cultural Celebration: The Politics of Chinese New Year in Post-Suharto Indonesia, Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies (2009)
In the aftermath of the May 1998 riots that forced President Suharto to step down,...
A Hundred Flowers Bloom: The Reemergence of the Chinese Press in Post-Soeharto Indonesia, Media and Chinese Diaspora: Community, Communication and Commerce (2006)
Assimilation, Multiculturalism, Hybridity: The Dilemmas of Ethnic Chinese in Post-Suharto Indonesia, Asian Ethnicity (2006)
The dominant discourse in accommodating the ethnic Chinese in Indonesia during Suharto's regime was one...
Multiculturalism and Hybridity in Accommodating ‘Chineseness’ in Post-Suharto Indonesia, Alchemies: Community Exchanges Vol. 4, Undisciplined Thoughts - New Research in the Humanities & Social Sciences (2004)
Mapping 'Chinese' Christian Schools in Indonesia: Ethnicity, Class and Religion, Asia Pacific Education Review (2011)
Face, Faith, and Forgiveness: Elite Chinese Philanthropy in Indonesia, Journal of Asian Business (2010)
Introduction: Chinese Philanthropy between Continuity and Change, Journal of Asian Business (2010)
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Entrepreneurial Leadership in Ethnic Chinese Business (with Thomas MENKHOFF, Yue Wah CHAY, Evers Hans-Dieter, and Chang Yau Hoon), Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School of Business (Open Access) (2013)
Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging (with Siew Min SAI), Research Collection School of Social Sciences (2012)
Most studies of the Chinese in Indonesia, who form a significant minority with over 4%...
Between Evangelism and Multiculturalism: The Dynamics of Christianity in Indonesia, Research Collection School of Social Sciences (Open Access) (2011)
By Race, I am Chinese; and by Grace, I am Christian: Negotiating Chineseness and Christianity in Indonesia, Research Collection School of Social Sciences (2011)