Raymond Tsang is a doctoral student in Cinema Studies at New York University. He holds a B.A. (1st class honours) in Cultural Studies from Lingnan University, Hong Kong. He received his MA in Comparative Literature from Peking University, China in 2013. His areas of interest include cultural studies, Marxist theory, Hong Kong cinema, Chinese-language cinema, Chinese vampire movies, and martial arts cinemas. He has experience in working as research assistant in universities. He has also published cultural criticism and film reviews in various magazines and books in Hong Kong and China. His recent conference papers are about politics of Hong Kong: ‘Shock as Politics: Media War in The Umbrella Movement’ and ghost film ‘The Non-Ghost female Ghost in the 1950s and Cultural Identity in Hong Kong’. He is working on the history of Chinese martial arts cinemas and how various forms of nationalism and their complicit relationship with colonialism are inscribed in this genre.