Cultural Studies; Cross-cultural Communication
09/2003-12/2008 Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Guangzhou, China. Ph.D in Cultural Studies
09/1989-07/1992 Guangzhou Foreign Language Institute, Guangzhou, China. M.A. in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
09/1983-07/1987 Southwest Teachers University, Beibei, Chongqing, China. B.A. in English Language and Literature
07/1997-05/1998National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Postgraduate Diploma in English language Teaching
11/2014-11/2016Chinese Director of Confucius Institute in Catholic University of Santa Maria, Arequipa, Peru
08/2000-11/2014 Associate Professor, Department of International Economy and Trade, School of English for International Business, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies.
07/1987-07/2000 English Lecturer and Dean of English Department, Zigong Teachers College, Sichuan, China
01/2004-06/2004 Visiting Scholar, University of Central Lancashire, UK
09/2011-12/2011 Visiting Scholar, Queensland University, Australia
English-Chinese Translation, Advanced English Reading and Writing, Reading of English Press
Introduction to Cultural Studies, Cross-cultural Communication
“Comparative Study of Two Communications Strategies”, Sichuan Normal University, vol.5, 1999,85-92.
“The Forever Unfailing Presence of Creativity: Review of Qian Guanlian’s Book: Language: the Last Homestead of Human Beings”, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, vol.2, 2006, 90-92
“Brief History of American Sitcom and Its Ideological Significance”, China Television, vol.5, 2006, 76-80
“Representing Colored Friends inFriends: A Postcolonial Feminist Perspective”, Journal of Sino-Western Cultural Studies, vol.17, 2010, 115-134
“The Study of Subjectivity from the Perspective of Ecofeminism : in the case of 3D film Avatar“, Frontiers in Literary Theory, vol.13, 2015,146-164
Representations of Ethnicity in American Sitcoms in the 1990s. Guangzhou: Sun Yat-sen University Press. 2009.
Television and Film Studies, Cross-cultural Communication