Carole Hang-fung Hoyan received her PhD. in Asian Studies from The University of British Columbia, Canada. She is currently Professor of the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, and Director of the Yale-China Chinese Language Centre of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include modern Chinese fiction and drama, Eileen Chang Studies, Hong Kong Literature. She is the author of two monographs: Re-investigating Eileen Chang: Adaptation, Translation and Research and Re-visiting Modern Chinese Literature: Close Reading, Data and Reception. She is also co-editor and interviewer of An Oral History of Hong Kong Drama (1930s to 1960s). Her poems, proses, short stories, film and drama criticisms are published inHong Kong Literature Monthly, Voice and Verse Poetry Magazine, Tai Tau Choi Literature, etc.
何杏楓 (Carole Hang-fung Hoyan)，加拿大英屬哥倫比亞大學亞洲研究哲學博士。現任香港中文大學中國語言及文學系教授、雅禮中國語文研習所所長。研究興趣包括中國現當代小說和戲劇、張愛玲研究、香港文學。著有《重探張愛玲：改編‧翻譯‧研究》、《重訪中國現代文學：細讀‧數據‧接受》、合編訪有《香港話劇口述史(三十年代至六十年代)》等。新詩、散文、小說及影劇評論散見《香港文學》、《聲韻詩刊》、《大頭菜文藝月刊》等。