We are excited to inform you that a webinar on the topic, Indie Game Production and Digital Culture/獨立遊戲製作與數碼文化, presented by Sociology Department, The Hong Kong Shue Yan University, is going to be held on 2 August 2022.


Date: 2 August 2022 (Tuesday)

Time: 2:30 pm (Hong Kong Time)


Venue: Zoom https://hksyu.zoom.us/j/92233951954

Meeting ID: 922 3395 1954


The webinar will be conducted in English.




Do you want to make a game? Do you want to know if you and your friends can make a game? This webinar is going to introduce game production, which is a mixture of business and creativity, art and technology, work and fun. Game production usually involves a team with more than one in-house person, and several outsourced helpers. The team consists of multiple roles, like designers, story-tellers, programmers, musicians, testers, promoters, and community managers, to work together to finish and ship a game. Yang Jing, an award-winning game designer, will introduce the above game making process and share with us her experience in developing independent video games. We can learn about the joy of game playing, the inside stories of indie game industry, and the process of game development.


About the Speakers:


Yang Jing Yang Jing is a game producer, curator and researcher based in Hong Kong. Her work covers many aspects of game production and gaming culture. Her recent work, Forgetter, a narrative game, has won multiple awards world-wide. She is now working on multiple game production projects, ranging from literature games, to VR platformer games and  motion-capture game theater. Besides game production, Yang is known for her long-time dedication to game journalism and curation works. Her narrative output such as books, research papers and curations are widely available on various game media, publishing platforms and academic books.


Tsang Chung-kin

Dr. Tsang Chung-kin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at the Hong Kong Shue Yan University. His research interests include digital culture, popular culture, urban studies, and economic culture. He is a co-editor of a local popular culture reader - Pop Hong Kong: Reading Hong Kong Popular Culture: 2000-2010, and has published a book on the economic and urban culture of Hong Kong, Homeownership in Hong Kong: House Buying as Hope Mechanism (London: Routledge, 2021).