Curriculum Vitae

PERSONAL DETAILS

Dr Keith Tan Kay Hin


ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES
(Role),(Level),(Duration)
  • Senior Lecturer I, Faculty of Built Environment, Eng., Tech. & Design, 01/03/2007 to present
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION
(Qualification),(Institution)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Hospitality & Tourism), TAYLOR'S UNIVERSITY, Malaysia
  • Master Of Architecture, University Of Nottingham, United Kingdom
  • Bachelor Of Arts (Hons)(Architecture), University Of Nottingham, United Kingdom
  • Diploma In Architecture, University Of Nottingham, United Kingdom
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
(Qualification),(Institution)
  • Certificate In Project Management, APM Association For Project Management, United Kingdom
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP
(Organisation),(Role),(Duration),(Level)
  • Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia, Academic Member, 2017 to 2018 (National)
  • Architects Registration Board (UK), Member, 2001 to 2018 (International)
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
(Area)
  • Design Management And Professional Practice
  • Heritage And Conservation
  • Design Studio Practice
  • Built Environment
  • Building Design
TEACHING
(Course Title),(Level of Study),(Institution),(Month/Year)
  • B.Sc (Hons) in Architecture, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2017)
  • Master of Architecture, Master Degree, Taylor's University (08/2017)
PUBLICATIONS
(Title of publication in APA style)
Book Chapter
2021
  • Tan. K.K.H. & Mura, P. (2021). The 'Logical Paradox' of preservation via change: The Touristic potential of Malaysia's Catholic Mission Schools. In Cakmak, C., Tucker, H. & Hollinshead, K. (eds.), Tourism Paradoxes: Contradictions, Controversies and Challenges. (pp. 50-73). Bristol: Channel View Publications.
     
2020
  • Tan, K.K.H. & Choy, C.W. (2020). Merging batik and stained glass: Creating contemporary Asian art from traditional craft objects. In Mura, P., Tan, K.K.H. & Choy, C.W. (eds.), Contemporary Asian Artistic Expressions and Tourism. (pp. 191-212). Singapore: Springer Nature.
     
  • Tan, K.K.H., Lee, S.E. & Choy, C.W. (2020). 'Academic Tourism' and Art: Student submissions as a means of capturing meaning at Pulai Village, Kelantan in Mura, P., Tan, K.K.H. & Choy, C.W. (eds.), Contemporary Asian Artistic Expressions and Tourism. Singapore: Springer Nature.
     
  • Mura, P. Tan, K.K.H & Choy, C.W. (2020). Contemporary Asian Artistic Expressions and Tourism - An Introduction. In Mura, P. Tan, K.K.H. & Choy, C.W., Contemporary Asian Artistic Expressions and Tourism (pp. 1-15). Singapore: Springer Nature.
     
  • Blankenship, S. & Tan, K.K.H. (2020). The survival of cultural patterns in Malaysia's Contemporary Visual landscape. In Mura, P., Tan, K.K.H. & Choy, C.W. (eds.), Contemporary Asian Artistic Expressions and Tourism (pp. 147-169). Singapore: Springer Nature.
     
Article in Journals
2021
  • Tan, K.K.H., Lee, S.E. & Fu, Y.H. (2021). The role of academic field-trip organizers as gatekeepers for emerging heritage sites in Malaysia, Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, DOI: 10.1080/14766825.2021.1923725 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
  • Tan, K. K. H., & Kusumo, C. (2021) Modern Architectural Tourism in Singapore, International Journal of Tourism Cities (DOI: 10.1108/IJTC-02-2021-0032) (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
2020
  • Tan, K.K.H, Fu, Y.H. & Lee, S.E. (2020). A new statue to proclaim an old culture: reactions to and intentions of the statue of 'Christ the Redeemer', Melaka, Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
  • Tan, K.K.H. & Kusumo, C. (2020). Designing for authenticity: the rise of 'Bathic' church architecture and its impact on Balinese identity and tourism (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
2019
  • Tan, KKH (2019). 'Exotic Colonialism' in the age of the Asian Traveller, Tourism Analysis (24), (243-248) (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
  • K.K.H. Tan & C.W. Choy (2019): Re-interpreting heritage: viewing the Malay Peninsula‚Äôs colonial-era missionary monuments as public art, Journal of Heritage Tourism, DOI: 10.1080/1743873X.2019.1627361 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
  • Tan, K.K.H. & Mura, P. (2019). The 'Culture Wars' and Social Polarization: Effects on Historical Monuments and Tourism, Tourism Culture & Communication (19)3, 217-223. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
2018
  • Tan, K.K.H. (2018). From 'artistic ape' to tourist: How the evolution of art mirrors that of tourism, Asia-Pacific Journal of Innovation in Hospitality and Tourism. 7(1), 101-106 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
  • Tan, K.K.H. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
Article in Proceeding
2015
  • Keith, KKH (2015). Re-Constructing Heritage: The Mission Schools of Malaysia. Paper presented at International Conference: Archi-Cultural Interactions through the Silkroad, Istanbul, Turkey.
2013
  • Tan, KKH (2013). Whose Heritage? The Mission Schools of Malaysia & Singapore. Proceedings of the international conference on Tourism and the Shifting values of cultural heritage: Visitng pasts, developing futures, Taipei Taiwan.
Article in Non-refereed Journals
2015
  • Tan, KKH. (2015). Energy, 'In and Out': Current Practices in Sustainable Buildings. IMPAK, Issue 2, 2015.
2012
  • Tan, KKH. (2012). The green building index - greening the construction industry. Pengeluaran Bersih / Cleaner Production 2(2), 10-13
Digital Media
2021
  • Tan, K.K.H. (2021). Making heritage listing an attractive way forward for Catholic Mission Schools, ICOMOS Malaysia.
Other Media(Tape,Video,Internet)
2021
  • ICOMOS Malaysia (2021, 24 January). The architecture of Malaysia's Mission Schools: Memory, Identity and Heritage - A lecture delivered by Dr. Keith Tan Kay Hin [video] Youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLEWy0m5mrg&t=1008s
RESEARCH PROJECT
(Project title),(Role),(Duration),(Level)
  • Urban regeneration through art tourism in Mussafah, Abu Dhabi - A study of local business owners' perceptions, Co-researcher, 2019 to 2021 (International)
  • Art, architecture and place making: Improving emerging ASEAN cities via public art, materiality and tourism, Project Leader, 2017 to 2020 (Taylor's University)
  • Art, architecture and place making: Improving emerging ASEAN cities via public art, materiality and tourism, Project Leader, 2017 to 2020 (Taylor's University)
SUPERVISION
(Title of Thesis),(Name of Candidates),(Academic Level),(Role)
ONGOING
  • FU YEN HUEI  (Main Supervisor)
  • LEE SZE-EE  (Main Supervisor)
  • CHONG SUE MAY  (Main Supervisor)
PRESENTATION
(Title),(Event),(Date Presented),(Organiser),(Level)
ORAL PRESENTER
  • Re-Constructing Heritage: The Mission Schools of Malaya, Archi-Cultural Interactions Through the Silkroad, 25/03/2015 to 27/03/2014, Mukogawa University (japan) and Bahcesehir Univeristy (turkey) - http://ia-su.com/?portfolio=call-for-paper) (International)
  • Whose Heritage? The Mission Schools of Malaysia and Singapore, Tourism and the Shifting Values of Heritage, 05/04/2013 to 09/04/2013, Ironbridge Institute, University of Birmingham (International)
ACADEMIC/TECHNICAL CONTRIBUTION
(Activity),(Organisation),(Duration),(Role)
  • #MyHeritageSchools Programme , ICOMOS Malaysia, 2020 to 2022 (Advisor)
COURSE ATTENDED
(Course Title),(Course Mode),(Date/Duration),(Level)
  • Future Thinkers- SABD Design Forum 2017, Research, 27/04/2017 to 27/04/2017