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Gong Yang
Assistant Professor
Title : Assistant Professor
Institute: Faculty of Education
Research Fields: Chinese education
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Gong Yang

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GONG Yang (Frank) is an assistant professor and teacher educator for Chinese Education in the University of Macau (Macau SAR, China). Born and raised in Mainland China, he pursued his bachelor’s degree in Chinese Language and Literature and master’s degree in History of Ancient Chinese at Zhengzhou University before attending the University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong SAR, China) to pursue his PhD in Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education. Frank has worked as a language teacher (Chinese, English, & Thai), K-12 education administrator, and Chinese journal editor. His research focuses on how to facilitate international students to promote their language proficiency and optimize their learning experience in learning Chinese as a foreign/second language, with expertise in the areas of sociocultural theory, teacher education and development, learner identity, and student intercultural experiences. He serves on the editorial board of Language, Culture and Curriculum (Taylor & Francis). He was the Faculty’s Outstanding Academic Staff (2020/2021) at the Faculty of Education, University of Macau.

Honors & Rewards

2021-03-01 Outstanding Academic Staff Award Other
2018-05-01 Best Presenter Award Other The First
2014-09-01 Fully-Funded Postgraduate Scholarship (PGS) National


2022-01_2023-12 Prepare College Students for Global Citizenship and Multicultural Awareness: An Exploratory Study in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area of China
2022-01_2023-12 Strategic responses to cultural adaptation challenges during study abroad: The case of Chinese as a foreign/second language learners in China
2022-01_2023-12 What kind of citizen? Whose identity? An interdisciplinary content analysis of textbooks of five subjects in Macau primary schools
2019-12_2022-01 Prepare college students for global citizenship and multicultural awareness: An exploratory study in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area of China
2020-01_2023-12 Non-Chinese learners’ identity and their Chinese language learning

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