Comings & Goings

Comings & Goings


We welcome our new faculty who joined us between September 2015 and February 2016.

Dr Zhan Pang Associate Professor, Department of Management Sciences

Dr Pang received his BSc and MSc degrees in Mathematics from Nanjing University and PhD in Operations Research from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Before joining CityU, he served as Senior Lecturer of Management Science at Lancaster University Management School. His research interests include logistics and supply chain management, commodity risk management, pricing analytics and revenue management, and incentive design and performance management in health care systems. He also serves as an independent non-executive director for China Titans Energy Technology Group.

Dr Zilong Zhang Assistant Professor, Department of Accountancy

Dr Zhang received his PhD in Finance from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Before his doctoral study, he obtained his master's degree in Economics from National University of Singapore and bachelor's degree in Economics from Peking University. His main research interests include debt market, corporate governance, and mergers and acquisitions.

Dr Emily Liaw Chya-yi Assistant Professor, Department of Management

Dr Liaw completed her PhD in International Business at Ivey Business School of the University of Western Ontario. Before her doctoral study, she obtained her BBA in International Trade from National Chengchi University in Taiwan, MS in Supply Chain Management from the National University of Singapore, and MS in Logistics from Georgia Institute of Technology. She also worked as a management specialist at United Parcel Service (UPS). Her main research interests focus on international hotel branding, service company internationalisation, and cross-border interorganisational cooperation.

Dr Rengong Zhang Assistant Professor, Department of Accountancy

Dr Zhang graduated from the University of Alberta with a PhD in Accounting. His research interests include international accounting, interaction between product market and financial market, and contracting research in accounting.


We extend all best wishes for future happiness, professional fulfilment and prosperity to faculty who left us during the same period.

Prof Andrew Lim Leong-chye Professor, Department of Management Sciences
Dr Stephen Leung Chi-hang Associate Professor, Department of Management Sciences
Dr Chuan-hoo Tan Associate Professor, Department of Information Systems
Dr Kitty Wang Yu Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing