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Dr Ming Li PhD, MA

Senior Lecturer

School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

I am originally from Kunming, China. I taught English language and literature at Yunnan Normal University, from 1980 to 1995. I was awarded a doctoral degree in intercultural communication by Latrobe University, Australia in 1999. I have taught a number of courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels since my arrival in New Zealand in 2000: International Language and Business Communication, Business Communication, Cross-Cultural Communication, Introduction to Human Communication, Global Communication and Managing Communications Technology. My research interests centre around international education, intercultural communication, migrant studies, and teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL).

Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: ##64 4 801 5799 Ex 62512
    Location: 14, Block 5
    Campus: Wellington

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy - La Trobe University (1999)
  • Master of Arts - Yunnan Normal University (1987)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

International education, intercultural communication, migrant studies, and teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL)

Research Opportunities

  • The acculturative experience of non-native English-speakiing doctoral students in New Zealand universities  (01/01/2013) The project investigates the acculturative experience of non-native English-speakiing doctoral students in New Zealand universities, the challenges and pedagogical approaches.

Thematics

21st Century Citizenship, Health and Well-being

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Asian Cultural Studies (200202): Cultural Studies (200200):
Education (130000):
Languages, Communication And Culture (200000): Multicultural, Intercultural and Cross-cultural Studies (200209)

Keywords

International education

Intercultural communication

Migrant studies

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 0 4

Completed Projects

Project Title: Academic Acculturation: NESB Doctoral Students' Perceptions of Their Academic experience in New Zealand

The project investigated the major challenges non-native English speaking (NNES] doctoral students experienced in the process of academic acculturation in New Zealand universities. This study took a qualitative approach through in-depth semi-structured interviews with ten doctoral supervisors and twenty NNES doctoral students who were studying or had recently completed their doctoral studies in social science, humanities, and communication at New Zealand universities. The study found that the key challenges facing NNES doctoral students involved academic acculturation in the writing games, including norms and conventions, sets of rules, inconsistencies, ambiguities, mismatched expectations, formation of disciplinary identity, and advisor-advisee relationships. Most NNES doctoral students and supervisors believed that language, though an issue in academic acculturation, was not a major barrier as perceived by some other scholars. The study concludes that to be accepted into the academic community, NNES doctoral candidates need to understand the rules and conventions and skillfully play the writing games. Supervisors play a critical role in developing NNES doctoral candidates' skills in playing such games.
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Date Range: 2013 - 2013

Funding Body: Massey University

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Project Title: Elderly Chinese Immigrants in New Zealand

This study examines the acculturative experiences, filial responsibilities and intergenerational communication between the elderly Chinese immigrants and their adult children in Wellington, New Zealand. Thirty-two elderly Chinese immigrants from mainland China participated in semi-structured interviews in late 2008 and early 2009. The study found that the levels of economic feasibility, acculturation and self-support for Chinese elderly immigrants determined the probability and desirability of living arrangements in the form of co-residence or independent living. Changes in economic and social status, roles, intergenerational boundaries and the changed socio-cultural environments challenged the Chinese traditional concept of filial piety and weakened the ties and bonds between the elderly migrants and their adult children. A large majority of the participants lived independently in state houses in spite of their old age, language and cultural barriers, social isolation, poor health and feelings of abandonment. Separate living arrangements and the effective government financial and housing support and services helped them regain their self-identity, self-worth, independence, and freedom to manage their own life, finance, and social activities. The study highlights the importance of care for the general wellbeing and the quality of life of the elderly Chinese immigrants in New Zealand.
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Date Range: 2008 - 2009

Funding Body: Massey University

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Research Outputs

Journal

Vaccarino, F., & Li, M. (2018). Intercultural communication training to support internationalisation in higher education. Journal of Intercultural Communication. 46(1), 1-14 Retrieved from http://immi.se/intercultural/index_new.html
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M., Vaccarino, F.
Li, M. (2017). Constructive alignment: Teaching business communication to Asian international students. Journal of Organizational Behavior Education. 10, 57-74 Retrieved from http://www.neilsonjournals.com/JOBE/
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., & Pu, H. (2017). Recruiting returnees: A study of Chinese university presidents' perceptions of foreign-educated returnees at Chinese universities. Journal of Media Critiques. 3(11), 21-32 Retrieved from http://mediacritiques.net/index.php/jmc/index
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2016). Developing skills and disposition for lifelong learning: Acculturative issues supervising international doctoral students in New Zealand universities. Journal of International Students. 6(3), 740-761
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS. (2014). Perception of foreign education experience: An exploratory study of Chinese returnees from Australian and New Zealand universities. Communication Journal of New Zealand. 14(1), 97-131 Retrieved from http://nzca.org/
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Patel, F., Li, MS., & Piscioneri, M. (2014). Cross-institutional and interdisciplinary dialogue on curriculum for global engagement: Emerging perspectives and concerns. Journal of International and Global Studies. 5(2), 40-52 Retrieved from http://www.lindenwood.edu/jigs/
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2013). Acculturation, filial responsibilities and living arrangements: An empirical study of the acculturative experiences of elderly Chinese immigrants in New Zealand. Intercultural Communication Studies. 12(1), 301-322 Retrieved from http://www.uri.edu/iaics/journal/index.php
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., & Sligo, F. (2012). Chinese media going global: Issues of perception and credibility. China Media Research. 8(3), 116-127 Retrieved from http://www.chinamediaresearch.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=55&Itemid=2
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M., Sligo, F.
Li, MS., & Sligo, F. (2012). Chinese media going global: Issues of perception and credibility (Chinese translation). China Media Report Overseas. 8(4), 1-12 Retrieved from http://www.chnmedia.com/wordpress/
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M., Sligo, F.
Li, M., & Sun, J. (2010). Chinese nationalism in an unequal cyber war. China Media Report Overseas. 6(1), 99-116 Retrieved from http://www.chinamediaoverseas.com/doku.php?id=january_2010_vol._6._no._1
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2009). Chinese nationalism in an unequal cyber war. China Media Research. 5(4), 63-79 Retrieved from http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-215306981.html
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., & Campbell, J. (2009). Accessing Employment: Challenges Faced by Non-Native English-Speaking Professional Migrants. ASIAN AND PACIFIC MIGRATION JOURNAL. 18(3), 371-395
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Campbell, J., & Li, M. (2008). Asian Students' Voices: An Empirical Study of Asian Students' Learning Experiences at a New Zealand University. JOURNAL OF STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION. 12(4), 375-396
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., & Campbell, J. (2008). Asian students' perceptions of group work and group assignments in a New Zealand tertiary institution. Intercultural Education. 19(3), 203-216 Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14675980802078525
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Baker, T., Marbeth, M., Li, M., & Marshall, K. (2005). Learning expectations of different ethnic groups: An exploration. New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research. 4(1), 49-67
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2003). Roles, expectations, and pedagogies: Cultural influences and implications. New Zealand Journal of Adult Learning. 31(1), 63-81
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., Baker, T., & Marshall, K. (2002). Mismatched expectations: A case study of Asian students in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research. 1(1), 137-156
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2000). Discourse, culture of learning: Communication challenges. ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics. 129-130, 275-303
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (1999). Conflicts in teacher-student role beliefs and expectations: A case study of expatriate teachers teaching English in China. The Weaver: A Forum for New Ideas in Educational Research. 3, 1-15
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (1998). English literature teaching in China: flowers and thorns. The Weaver: A Forum for New Ideas in Educational Research. 2, 1-17
[Journal article]Authored by: Li, M.

Book

Li, M., & Yang, Y. (2019). Return migration: re-entry acculturative experiences of Chinese returnees from Australian and New Zealand higher education institutions. In SM. Croucher, JR. Caetano, & EA. Campbell (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to Migration, Communication, and Politics. (pp. 336 - 350). New York: Routledge
[Chapter]Authored by: Li, M.Edited by: Croucher, S.
Ganesh, S., Li, M., & Vaccarino, F. (2017). The bases for intercultural communication in a digital era. In S. Croucher (Ed.) Global perspectives on intercultural communication. (pp. 355 - 365). New York, United States of America: Routledge
[Chapter]Authored by: Li, M., Vaccarino, F.
Li, M. (2017). Academic integrity: exploring issues of plagiarism facing Chinese students in New Zealand universities. In DM. Velliaris (Ed.) Handbook of research on academic misconduct in higher education. (pp. 332 - 351). Hershey, PA: IGI Global
[Chapter]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2016). Learning the rules of the game: Issues affecting academic acculturation of Asian international students in New Zealand universities. In K. Bista, & C. Foster (Eds.) Exploring the social and academic experiences of international students in higher education institutions. (pp. 38 - 58). Hershey, PA: IGI Global
[Chapter]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., & Sligo, F. (2015). Internationalizing Chinese media. In . Qing Luo (Ed.) Global media worlds and China. (pp. 173 - 190). Beijing: The Communication University of China Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Li, M., Sligo, F.
Li, M. (2016). A case of difficult acculturation: A Chinese student in a New Zealand University. In International Management and Intercultural Communication: A Collection of Case Studies; Volume 2. (pp. 41 - 61).
[Chapter]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS. (2014). Nationalism and imperialism. In RS. Fortner, & PM. Fackler (Eds.) The handbook of media and mass communication theory. (pp. 667 - 689). Malden, MA: Wiley
[Chapter]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2012). The acculturative experiences of elderly Chinese immigrants in New Zealand. In . Dai X, & SJ. Kulich (Eds.) Intercultural adaptation (I): Theoretical explorations and empirical studies. (pp. 205 - 236). Shanghai, China: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Li, M.
Patel, F., Li, M., & Sooknanan, P.(2011). Intercultural communication: Building a global community.
[Authored Book]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., & Campbell, J. (2010). The impact of culture on intercultural friendship building. In Y. Sun (Ed.) Intercultural studies: New frontiers. (pp. 125 - 147). Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS.(2009). Teaching English in cross-cultural settings: Challenges faced by English language teachers teaching English in China. Berlin, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller
[Authored Book]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS. (2007). Cultural adaptation: Difficulties of Chinese students studying at Australian and New Zealand universities. In Z. Zhen, & DR. Knapp (Eds.) Experiencing Another Culture. (pp. 86 - 103). China: Yunnan People's Publisher
[Chapter]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS. (2005). Communicating effectively with Chinese learners in the EFL classroom. In P. Robertson, P. Dash, & J. Jung (Eds.) English Language Learning in the Asian Context. (pp. 75 - 100). Road Town, British Virgin Islands: The Asian EFL Journal Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Li, M.
Xie, M., Liu, S., & Li, M.(1996). Band eight English proficiency test models for college English language majors. Tianjin. China: Tianjin Science and Technology Translation Publishing Company
[Authored Book]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., Li, Y., Yuan, L., & Liu, H.(1994). An English-Chinese vocabulary ladder. Tianjin: Tianjin Science and Technology Translation Publishing Company
[Authored Book]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., & Yu, L.(1992). A guide to college English listening comprehension. Kunming, Yunnan: Yunnan University Press
[Authored Book]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., Yu, L., & Yan, Z.(1989). Enhancing English listening skills. Kunming, China: Yunnan Education Press
[Authored Book]Authored by: Li, M.
Pan, Y., & Li, M.(1988). English speed reading textbook for high school students. Kunming: Yunnan Education Press
[Authored Book]Authored by: Li, M.

Conference

Li, M. (2019). Academic writing challenges confronting international postgraduate students in studying intercultural business communication. , The joint conference of the World Communication Association (WCA) and Association for Business Communication (ABC)
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Li, M.
Ding, G., & Li, M. (2019, July). Crisis-induced learning in government agencies: A review of the vaccine crises in China. Presented at The joint conference of the World Communication Association (WCA) and Association for Business Communication (ABC). Massey University, Wellington.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2019, July). Teaching business communication to international students: developing students’ intercultural competence via culturally responsive pedagogy. Presented at The joint conference of the World Communication Association (WCA) and Association for Business Communication (ABC),. Massey University, Wellington.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2019). Developing subject-specific academic literacy: Writing support to international students at the postgraduate level. (pp. 207 - 207). , ICCC 2019: International Conference on Communication and Culture Venice, Italy: World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M.(2018, December). Coming home: Returned academics transforming the learning process in Chinese higher education institutions. The 2nd International Conference on Human Resource Management, Social, Culture & Social Works, Barcelona, 15-16 December 2019. .
[Conference]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M.(2018, July). Re-entry cultural adaptation of foreign-educated academics at Chinese universities. The 24th International Conference of the International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies (lAICS), DePaul University, Chicago, the United States, 5-8 July 2018. .
[Conference]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M.(2018, June). Chinese state media going global: seeking to shape global narratives. The CUC-NCA Conference on Communication, Media, and Governance in the Age of Communication, Beijing, China, 20-24 June 2018. .
[Conference]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2017). Constructive alignment: An intercultural approach to teaching business communication. In FF. Ali, & CK. Li (Eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference on Business and Internet - Fall Session. (pp. 1 - 12). Kitakyushu, Japan: 2017 International Conference on Business and Internet - Fall Session
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2017, April). Smart livable cities: practices in New Zealand [Panel discussion on smart livable cities and sustainability]. Presented at The 3rd Annual International Conference on Communication and Management (ICCM2017). Athens, Greece.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Li, M.
Pu, H., & Li, M. (2017). Recruiting returnees: A study of Chinese university presidents’ perceptions of foreign-educated returnees at Chinese universities. In 3rd International Conference on Communication and Management (ICCM2017) Abstract Book(pp. 54 - 54). , The 3rd Annual International Conference on Communication and Management (ICCM2017) Athens, Greece: Communication Institute of Greece
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2016, January). The strategic communication imperative: managing supervisor-supervisee relationships and role expectations in doctoral supervision. Presented at The Eighth International Forum on Public Relations & Advertising (PRAD) 2016. Te Papa, Wellington.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2015, April). The impact of tertiary internationalization and glocalization on the curriculum. Presented at Glocalization of Learning Speaker Series. Monash University Malaysia, Jalan Lagoon Selatan, 46150 Bandar Sunway Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M.(2015, June). Developing skills and disposition for lifelong learning: Acculturative issues surrounding supervising non-native English-speaking doctoral students in NZ universities. .
[Conference]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS. (2013, February). Global citizenship and internationalisation of the HE curriculum. Presented at Creating Spaces: Dialogue on a curriculum for global engagement in higher education. Monash University Law Chambers, Monash University, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS. (2013, September). Assessment as learning for global citizenship: The Massey University experience. Presented at Deakin University Symposium: Assessment as learning for global citizenship: Dilemmas and opportunities. Deakin University, Melbourne.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., & Yang, Y. (2013). Foreign credentials no longer a guarantee to better employment and higher income: Job-seeking experiences of Chinese returnees from Australian and New Zealand universities. In C. Yu, & C. Wang (Eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference on Business and Information [BAI 2013]. Vol. 10 (pp. H61 - H86). Taiwan: International Conference on Business and Information [BAI 2013]
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2012, June). Cultural adaptation and the living arrangements of elderly Chinese immigrants in New Zealand. Presented at The 18th International Conference of the International Association for International Communication Studies [IAICS 2012 Annual Convention]: Cultural Convergence and Conflict in Global Context: Rethinking the Phenomenon of 'Glocalization'. Chung Li, Taiwan.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Li, M.
Huang, G., Li, M., & Di, C. (2012). Communication differences between financial controllers and management accountants in the market expectation. In The Sixth New Zealand Management Accounting Conference Handbook(pp. 47 - 47). , The Sixth New Zealand Management Accounting Conference New Zealand: School of Accountancy, Massey University
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS.(2011, October). Chinese media going global: issues of perception and credibility. .
[Conference]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS. (2010, June). The impact of culture on intercultural friendship building. Presented at Intercultural Communication between China and the World:Interpersonal, Organizational and Mediated Perspectives. Beijing Foreign Studies University.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS., & Campbell, JA. (2009). Intercultural friendship building: the case of Asian international students studying in a New Zealand tertiary institution. In The 8th CAFIC International Conference Paper Presentation Certificate.=(pp. 1 - 17). : Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS.(2009). Chinese cyber nationalism in the year of Olympics. . Brisbane, QLD
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., & Campbell, J.Accessing employment: Challenges faced by non-native english-speaking professional migrants.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Li, M.
Yang, Y., Li, MS., & Sligo, FX. (2008). Chinese international students' satisfaction levels with their learning experiences in New Zealand. In E. Tilley (Ed.) Power & Place: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Communication Association Conference.
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Li, M., Sligo, F.
Li, MS. (2008). Keeping them safe: A review of Chinese students' safety issues in NZ. In E. Tilley (Ed.) Power & Place: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian & New Zealand Communication Association Conference.
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Li, M.
Campbell, J., & Li, MS.(2008). Placing migrants in employment: Recruitment consultants' experiences. . Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Li, M.
Clark, J., Baker, T., & Li, MS. (2007). Student success: Bridging the gap for Chinese students in collaborative learning. 18th International Education Association (ISANA) Annual Conference.
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS. (2007). The impact of the media on the New Zealand export education industry. In K. Hutchings, & C. Zhu (Eds.) The Inaugural Australia-China International Business Research Conference - Proceedings. International Business in the Asian Pacific Region: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies for Research and Practice.
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, MS., & Campbell, JA. (2006). Cultural adaptation: A case study of Asian students' learning experiences at a New Zealand university. In J. Renner, J. Cross, & C. Bell (Eds.) EDU-COM 2006 International Conference: Proceedings. (pp. 299 - 307).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Li, M.
Campbell, JA., & Li, MS. (2006). Asian students' perceptions of group work and group assignments in a New Zealand tertiary institution. In J. Renner, J. Cross, & C. Bell (Eds.) EDU-COM 2006 International Conference: Proceedings. (pp. 78 - 89).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M.(2005, May). Communicating effectively with Chinese students in EFL/ESL classrooms (Key Note speech). .
[Conference]Authored by: Li, M.
Baker, T., Isaac, M., Li, M., & Marshall, K.(2004, September). Learning expectations of different ethnic groups: An exploration.. .
[Conference]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M.(2003, November). Culture and classroom communication: A case study of Asian students in New Zealand language schools. .
[Conference]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M.(2002, July). Roles, expectations, and pedagogies: Cross-cultural factors in classroom communication. .
[Conference]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., Baker, T., & Marshall, K.(2002, September). Mismatched expectations: A case study of Asian students in New Zealand. .
[Conference]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (1998). Students' perceptions of teacher communication style in the use of pedagogies: A case study of expatriates teaching English in China. In J. Tapper, & P. Gruba (Eds.) The Proceedings of the Australian Communication Skills Conference. (pp. 94 - 105). Melbourne: The Australian Communication Skills Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Li, M.

Thesis

Li, M. (1999). Perceptions of the place of expatriate English language teachers in China. (Doctoral Thesis, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
[Doctoral Thesis]Authored by: Li, M.

Other

Gribble, C., & Li, M. (2013). Work experience vital for Chinese graduates as foreign credentials lose their lustre.
[Other]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2008). China — Ready to boom again. (pp. 7 - 7). Education Review Office
[Other]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2007). Where is the rubbish here?. (pp. E4 - E4). The Dominion Post
[Other]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M. (2004). Keep the focus on quality. (pp. 6 - 7). Education Review Office
[Other]Authored by: Li, M.
Li, M., & Green, M. (2003). Export education and sustainable development. (pp. 6 - 6). Education Review Office
[Other]Authored by: Li, M.

Consultancy and Languages

Languages

  • Mandarin and English
    Last used: English and Mandarin
    Spoken ability: Excellent
    Written ability: Excellent

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Supervisor 1 0
Co-supervisor 1 1

Teaching

Business communication

Intercultural communication

Courses Coordinated

  • 219.304 Cross-Cultural Communication
  • 219.703 Perspectives in Business Communication
  • 219.704 International and Intercultural Communication

Current Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • Liping Xu - Doctor of Philosophy
    WHEN EXPECTATION MEETS REALITY - Exploring Chinese-born student migrants’ view on relationship between the previous study experience and their subsequent migration movement outcome in New Zealand

Co-supervisor of:

  • George Ding - Doctor of Philosophy
    Have the lessons been learned? Exploring intercultural crisis communication issues in Chinese-New Zealand dairy trade

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Co-supervisor of:

  • 2016 - Min Wang - Doctor of Philosophy
    Homecoming: Foreign-educated Returnees' Experience of Reentry into Chinese Universities in Yunnan Province, China

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