The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press
As the scholarly publishing division of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press (CUHK Press) is a world-class English-Chinese bilingual publisher. Originating from the University Publishing Center founded in 1968, CUHK Press was officially established in 1977, with Dr. Francis K. Pan as the first director.
Over the next four decades, CUHK Press emerged as a distinguished academic publisher with rapidly growing lists of publications in the areas of history, philosophy, literature, translation, contemporary art, political science, sociology, anthropology, education, and medical history. It publishes about 60 new books per year and carries over 2,300 titles on its backlist, over 1,100 of which are still in print. A long list of notable authors has worked with CUHK Press, including Lucien Bianco, Derk Bodde, Gao Xingjian, Patrick Hanan, Hsu Cho-yun, Jao Tsung-I, D. C. Lau, Stuart R. Schram, and Ezra Vogel. CUHK Press’s publications reach readers worldwide through its comprehensive global sales network with sales representation in North America, Europe, Australia, Taiwan, Japan, and India.
CUHK Press has developed partnerships with major international publishers, such as New York Review Books, Columbia University Press, Princeton University Press, The University of Chicago Press, University of Hawaiʻi Press, The State University of New York Press, and Éditions Gallimard. Every year, CUHK Press takes an active part in the Association of Asian Studies annual meeting, Hong Kong Book Fair, Taipei Book Fair, and Beijing Book Fair. It is currently the only Hong Kong member of the Association of University Presses.