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music with special reference to China and India: Music symposia of the 34th ICANAS, pp. 95-110. Hong Kong: The University of Hong Kong. Biographical Information Dr. Chi Cheung Leung, educator and composer, received his education in Hong Kong, the USA, and Australia. Currently he is Senior Lecturer at The Hong Kong Institute of Education where he teaches music analysis, composition, and Chinese music. His research interests cover areas including curriculum development, cultural and education policy, extra-curricular activities, music composition and its pedagogy, issues concerning the teaching of traditional music and Chinese music, and technology in education. His articles have appeared in Music Education Research, Finnish Journal of Music Education, British Journal of Music Education, and Asia- Pacific Journal for Arts Education. His musical compositions have been performed in USA, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He has been the coordinator of the New Generation Composition Concert since 1998. He is also the coordinator and column editor of the Comparative Music Education feature initiated by the MayDay Group, and Vice- Chairperson of the Commission on Music in Cultural, Educational, and Mass Media Policies of the International Society for Music Education.
Leung, C. (2004). Building a New Music Curriculum: A Multi-faceted approach. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education. Vol.3, #2 (July 2004). http://act.maydaygroup.org/articles/Leung3_2.pdf