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Department of Southeast Asian Studies Academic Team

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Professor NG Yean Leng
Professor; Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
yeanleng.ng@newera.edu.my

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Putra Malaysia
M.A. (University of Malaya, Malaysia)
B.A. (Hons) (University of Malaya, Malaysia)
PROFESSIONAL FIELD
RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Classical Chinese Fiction
  • Chinese Business Culture
  • Malaysian Chinese Literature
  • Overseas Chinese Literature
COURSES TAUGHT
i. New Era College University (2003-)
  • World Literature
  • Selected Reading of Modern Chinese Literature
  • Readings in Chinese Learning (Classics and History)
  • Readings in Chinese Learning (Philosophy and Anthology)
  • The History of Chinese Literary Theory and Criticism
  • Intermediate Chinese
  • Selected Classical Prose of Yuan, Ming and Qing
  • Selected Classical Prose of Wei, Jin, Northern and Southern Dynasties
  • Chinese Classical Fictions
  • Malaysian Chinese Literature
  • Selected Readings in Malaysian Chinese Literature
  • Creative Writing
  • Introduction to Literature
  • Introduction to Chinese Culture
  • Literature and Art
  • Chinese Enterprise Culture
  • The Four Great Chinese Classic Novel and Modern Management
  • Selected Readings in Classical Novels
ii. Centre for Extension Education, University of Tuanku Abdul Rahman
  • Chinese in Malaysia
  • Malaysian Chinese Literature
iii. Akademi Pengajian Bahasa, Universiti Teknologi MARA
  • Basic Mandarin Course
WORKING EXPERIENCE
i. Designation
  • (1/4/2022-31/7/2022) Visiting Professor, Faculty of Economics, Soka University.
  • (2/2018-) Associate Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era University College, Kajang
  • (2015-1/2018) Senior Lecturer, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era College, Kajang
  • (2004/7/1-2015) Lecturer, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era College, Kajang
  • (2008/1/12-2008/4/14) Part time Lecturer, Centre for Extension Education, University of Tuanku Abdul Rahman
  • (2003/8/4-2003/11/16) Part-time Lecturer, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era College, Kajang
  • (2003) Tutor, Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya, Malaysia
  • (2002) Part-time Lecturer, Akademi Pengajian Bahasa, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam
ii.Administrative Experience
  • (1/6/2020-) Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, New Era University College, Kajang
  • (2/2018-15/6/2020) Deputy Registrar (Academic Affairs Unit), New Era University College, Kajang
  • (1/2017-31/3/2020) Head, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era University College, Kajang
  • (2011/10/1- 12/2016) Head, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era College, Kajang
  • (2008-2010) Representative of Lecturer Association, New Era College, Kajang
iii.Involvement in Journal Publication
  • (2018-) Chief Editor, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
iv.Other Qualifications
  • (2016-) HRDF - Train The Trainer(TTT)
  • (2018-) 陈六使研究所与南洋大学史料中心联委会委员
MEMBERSHIP OF ADVISORY BOARDS COMMITTEES / PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Membership in Professional Bodies
  1. (2022-2025) Vice President of the 20th board of director of The Writers’ Association of Chinese Medium of Malaysia
  2. (2019-2022) Deputy secretary of the 19th board of director of The Writers’ Association of Chinese Medium of Malaysia
  3. (2016-2018) Deputy secretary of the 16th board of director of The Writers’ Association of Chinese Medium of Malaysia
  4. (2008-2015) Member & Council Member of The Writers’ Association of Chinese Medium of Malaysia
  5. (2014-) Member, Singapore's Tropical Literature and Art Club
  6. (2012-) Member of Chinese Teachers Association of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Malaysia
  7. (2011-) Member, Overseas Chinese Women Writers’ Association
Membership of Advisory Boards Committees
  1. (2014) 第三辑“兴安·金炎”《文丛》遴选委员
  2. (2013) 第二辑“兴安·金炎”《文丛》遴选委员
  3. (2012) 第一辑“兴安·金炎”《文丛》遴选委员
  4. (2010-2013) 《马华文学网络版双月刊》编委
  5. (2006-2013) 新纪元中文系《中文·人》系列编委会
    Editor & committee member of Humanities and Chinese Studies
COMMUNITY SERVICE
  1. (1 Mei 2021- 30 April 2024) Pelantikan sebagai Ahli Panel Penilai Agensi Kelayakan Malaysia (MQA)
  2. (3 Dec 2018- 1 Mei 2021) Pelantikan sebagai Ahli Panel Penilai Agensi Kelayakan Malaysia (MQA)
  3. (March 2021) Pelantikan sebagai Pengulas Luar Jurnal Penylidikan Temenggong 2021 (ISBN 2716-716X)-PISMP SEMESTER 8 AMBILAN JUN 2017, oleh Institut Pendidikan Guru Kampus Temenggong Ibrahim, Johor
  4. (October 2020) Validasi Instrumen Kajian Keperluan Terhadap Mata Pelajaran Kesusasteraan Cina secara dalam Talian Tahun 2020, oleh Bahagian Pembangunan kurikulum, Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia.
  5. (2023-) Nantah Education and Research Foundation (committee in academic publication)
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
DISSERTATION/THESIS

(2015) NG Yean Leng: “Transformation of Fiction from the Late Tang to Northern Song Dynasties”, Ph.D Dissertation, Faculty of Modern Language and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia (In Chinese).

(2004) NG Yean Leng,  Rasa Terbuang dari Tanah Air: Satu Tinjauan terhadap Karya-karya Zhang Xiguo, M. A. thesis, Faculty of Social Science, Universiti Malaya (In Bahasa Malaysia).

(1999) Yean Leng, Penulisan Pinggiran: Penulisan Wanita dalam Karya Fiksyen Shang Wanyun, Faculty of Social Science, Universiti Malaya  (In Bahasa Malaysia).

JOURNAL/ PERIODICAL ARTICLES
  1. (2023) NG Yean Leng, Inheritance of Chinese Culture as the Core Value of Corporate Culture——Contemporary Discussion on the Re-Innovation of Malaysian Chinese Family Businesses after the COVID-19 Pandemic, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2023 June: 37-49.
  2. (2023) NG Yean Leng, Reconstruction of the the Nation-state as built in the Life History of Women in the South Seas: An Analytical Discussion of a Novel, North of the Remaining Dream by Li Yijun, Literatures in Chines, Vol. 3, 2023 July: 16-23.
  3. (2021) NG Yean Leng, The Legacy of Chinese Language and Literature of Nanyang University, Journal of the South Seas Society, 2021 December: 1-33.
  4. (2021) Florence Kuek, Ng Soo Boon, Ng Yean Leng, Chai Siaw Ling & Fan Pik Shy, An Online Continuous Professional Development Programme on Literature Pedagogy for the Teaching of Mahua Literature in Malaysia, e-Bangi Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (Special Issue) MyCite journal, 2021, Vol. 18. No.4: 16-31. Link: https://ejournal.ukm.my/ebangi/article/view/49004
  5. NG Yean Leng,On the Development of Malaysian Chinese Culture and Education from the Perspective of the Belt and Road Initiative, Journal of Ningbo University (Educational Science Edition) ,2020,Vol.42, No.5 : 63-72.
  6. (2019) NG Yean Leng,The Changing Role of Malaysian Chinese Organizations in the Construction of a Cultural Community of Common Destiny, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, 2019, Vol. 8, No. 2: 11-24. 
  7. NG Yean Leng,Development and Practice of Teaching Chinese as the First Language in Private and International Schools in Malaysia,Journal of Beihua University, 2019.5, Vol.20, No. 3: 7-14.
  8. NG Yean Leng, “Cultural Enterprises and Enterprise Culture in Malaysia: The Relations between Chinese Literature and Chinese Merchants in Post-Independence Malaysia”,Journal of World Confederation of Institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies , 2017, No. 4: 184-201.
  9. LIAU Ping Leng & NG Yean Leng, “An Imagination of Multicultural Coexistence: Young Malayans and the Concept of Children in Malaya after World War II”, Universitas: Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture (AHCI), 2013.2, No. 465 (Vol. 40, No.2): 21-43.
  10. NG Yean Leng & DING Seong Lin, The China Image in Malaysian Chinese Literature. Foreign Literature Studies (ISI-Cited Publication), 2011,33(6): 140-145.
  11. NG Yean Leng, FAN Pik Shy & DING Seong Lin, The Modernization of Chinese Literature in Malaysia: A Case Study of the Poets Community of Jiao Feng (1955- 1959). Foreign Literature Studies (ISI-Cited Publication), 2010, 32(2): 50-57.
  12. NG Yean Leng:An Analysis of the Narrative Strategy in Zhuang Zi as the Origin of Chinese Fiction,New Era College Academic Journal,2009.9,Vol. 6: 37-51. 
  13. NG Yean Leng,The biography of Malaysia Chinese writers in the book Publishing trade, 1950-1960, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 7:25-29, August 2009.
  14. NG Yean Leng,An introduction to Malaysia Chinese writers in the book publishing trade, 1950-1960, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 7: 78-94, August 2009.
  15. NG Yean Leng,The “Malay Territory” of Malaysian Chinese Writers: An analysis of the prose of Lu Baiye, Mei Jing, Kuang Guoxiang and Yi Deng,  Humanities and Chinese Studies, 2008. 12, Vol. 6: 44-51.
  16. NG Yean Leng,Introduction to translation works on foreign literature in Jiao Feng, 1969-1975, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 2007. 11, Vol. 4: 108-115.
  17. NG Yean Leng,Modernity and translation: an overview of the translation of foreign literature in Jiao Feng, 1969-1975,  Humanities and Chinese Studies, 2007.11, Vol. 4: 17-22.
  18. NG Yean Leng,Discussion on Xiao Hei’s White Water and Black Mountain, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 2006.11, Vol. 2: 21-26.
  19. NG Yean Leng,Memories, Homeland and the Call from a Distant Land: On Zhang Xiguo “Drifting Soul”, New Era College Academic Journal, 2005.4, Vol. 2: 23-51.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
  1. (2021) NG Yean Leng,“History and Space: Imaginations in Wang Anyi’s novels. In Cultural Memory and Chinese Society”, In Shanghai Literature Studies in Southeast Asian Sinology, edited by WANG Runhua, NAN Zhiguo, Shanghai, Shanghai Yuandong Chubanshe, 2021: 268-290.
  2. (2021) NG Yean Leng, “Constructing an existential humanity: a study of poetic language in Wang Anyi’s novel,In Shanghai Literature Studies in Southeast Asian Sinology, edited by WANG Runhua, NAN Zhiguo, Shanghai, Shanghai Yuandong Chubanshe, 2021: 291-300.
  3. (2021) NG Yean Leng, “Weaving a Happy Paddy Field with Sunlight:Reading He Naijian's "Harvest Sunshine”, In Malaysian Chinese Literature in Chinese Language Textbooks (National Secondary School Series), edited by NG Yean Leng, Kuala Lumpur: The Writers' Association of Chinese Medium of Malaysia, 2021: 207-211.
  4. (2021) NG Yean Leng, “Reading Wu An ‘Praise’”, In Malaysian Chinese Literature in Chinese Language Textbooks (National Secondary School Series), edited by NG Yean Leng, Kuala Lumpur: The Writers' Association of Chinese Medium of Malaysia, 2021: 182-186.
  5. (2021) NG Yean Leng, “Reading Shen Qingwang's ‘Fish of Our Time’”, In Malaysian Chinese Literature in Chinese Language Textbooks (National Secondary School Series), edited by NG Yean Leng, Kuala Lumpur: The Writers' Association of Chinese Medium of Malaysia, 2021: 194-198.
  6. (2019) NG Yean Leng, “Development and Practice of Teaching Chinese as the First Language in Private and International Schools in Malaysia”,In Research on the Communication of Chinese in ASEAN under the Background of "One Belt One Road", edited by LIU Zhenping, Yanji, Yan Bian Chubanshe, 2019.
  7. (2018) NG Yean Leng, MOK Soon Chong. Huang Yazhu: A Great Woman in the Great Times, In Philanthropists in Malaysia and Singapore, edited by MOK Soon Chong and NG Yean Leng, Kajang: New Era University College, 2018: 166-185.
  8. (2018) NG Yean Leng, MOK Soon Chong. Tan Sri Dato’ Dr Kong Hon Kong: People-oriented Funeral Business, In Philanthropists in Malaysia and Singapore, edited by MOK Soon Chong and NG Yean Leng, Kajang: New Era University College, 2018: 186-205.
  9. (2018) NG Yean Leng, MOK Soon Chong. Tan Sri Dato Sir Tiong Hiew King: Malaysian Evergreen from the Wood Giant to the Media Tycoon, In Philanthropists in Malaysia and Singapore. edited by MOK Soon Chong and NG Yean Leng,Kajang: New Era University College, 2018: 416-440.
  10. (2018) NG Yean Leng, From Clan to Nationality: The Identity and Reflection of the Writers of Malaysia Chinese Writers. In Essays on Southeast Asian Chinese, edited by NG Yean Leng and Huang Dou, Kajang: New Era University College, 2018: 71-84.
  11. (2014.12) NG Yean Leng, Wen Zichuan. In Malaysian Chinese Historical Personalities, edited by Ho Khai Leong, Petaling Jaya, CCSR, UTAR , 2014.11, Vol. 2: 494-497.
  12. (2014.12) NG Yean Leng, Fang Beifang. In Malaysian Chinese Historical Personalities, edited by Ho Khai Leong, Petaling Jaya, CCSR, UTAR, 2014.11, Vol. 2: 322-325.
  13. (2014.12) NG Yean Leng, Wu An. In Malaysian Chinese Historical Personalities, edited by Ho Khai Leong, Petaling Jaya, CCSR, UTAR, 2014.11, Vol. 2: 1394-1397.
  14. (2012) NG Yean Leng:Wen Zichuan. In Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, edited by Leo Suryadinata, Singapore: Chinese Heritage Centre and Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2012, Vol.1: 1264-1266.
  15. (2012) NG Yean Leng:Wu An. In Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, edited by Leo Suryadinata, Singapore: Chinese Heritage Centre and Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2012, Vol.1: 1292-1295.
  16. (2012) NG Yean Leng, Changes in the form of weird stories in the transitional period from the Tang to Song Dynasties: a case study of Youyang Xazhu and Qingsuo Gaoyi. In A New Annotation on Sinology Classics: Proceedings of the 6th Sinology Symposium, edited by Lim Chooi Kwa Petaling Jaya: Centre for Chinese Studies Research, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman: 291-307.
  17. (2012.12) NG Yean Leng,A fusion of literature and history: the emergence of the literary style of Tang Dynasty novels. In Essays from the Heart: A Collection of Works from the International Postgraduate Symposium on Chinese Studies in Malaysia, Singapore, Mainland China and Taiwan, edited by Liau Ping Leng & Lee Kean Yew, Petaling Jaya: Centre for Chinese Studies Research, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, 2012: 183-203.
  18. (2012.1) NG Yean Leng, Write a farce critics: On He Shufang’s Do not mention it again, edited by Khor Boon Eng & Seng Yan Chuan, An Analysis of Malaysian Chinese Literary Texts, Volume 1), Kuala Lumpur: Persatuan Siswazah Jabatan Pengajian Tionghoa, Universiti Malaya, Malaysia (PEJATI) & Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya, 2012: 420-424.
  19. (2012.1) NG Yean Leng, State Old Time: A Brief Comment on Li Tian bao's State House characters, edited by Khor Boon Eng & Seng Yan Chuan, An Analysis of Malaysian Chinese Literary Texts, Volume 1), Kuala Lumpur: Persatuan Siswazah Jabatan Pengajian Tionghoa, Universiti Malaya, Malaysia (PEJATI) & Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya, 2012: 182-186.
  20. (2011.12) NG Yean Leng,Criticism and construction: an academic perspective on the definition and origins of Mahua Literature. Observations on the History of Academic Research in Malaysia and Singapore, edited by Ng Yean Leng & Lew Bon Hoi, Kajang: Department of Chinese Language & Literature, New Era College, 2011: 105-121.
  21. (2011) Ng Yean Leng,The modernization of Chinese literature in Malaysia: a case study of the poets community of Jiao Feng 1955-1959. In Western Impressions of British Malaya, edited by NG Yean Leng, Kajang: Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, New Era College, 2011: 83-96.
  22. (2010.12) NG Yean Leng,A study on the Fu (rhymed prose) of Lu Guimeng and the origin of ‘Shibujufu’. In The Martial World, the State, and Chinese Literature, edited by Kek Lian Wah and Lim Choon Bee, Serdang: Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 2010: 19-42。
  23. (2010.7) NG Yean Leng,A breakthrough in literary reading:a case study of Malaysian Chinese literary magazines, 2000-2009. In The Continuing Interpretation: A Collection of Critical Essays on Mahua Literature, edited by Ng Yean Leng, Kuala Lumpur: Persatuan Penulis-Penulis Akiran Cina Malaysia, 2010.
  24. (2009.8) NG Yean Leng,”The other side of scholars” in Wen Zichuan’s prose: post-war Mahua literature and its ties with Modern Chinese literature. In Mahua Literary Studies, edited in Fan Pik Wah, Kuala Lumpur: Persatuan Penulis-Penulis Aliran Cina Malaysia, 2009: 125-138.
  25. (2009) NG Yean Leng,Political language, modern poetry and the perspective of literary history: insights on the modernity of Mahua literature during the late British colonial period. In Intra-ethnic Relations Among Chinese in Contemporary Malaysia, edited by Tee Boon Chuan, Kajang: Malaysian Centre for Ethnic Studies, New Era College, 2009: 189-214.
  26. (2008) NG Yean Leng,A discussion on the literary aesthetics of Feng Menglong’s Sanyan stories. In Chinese Literary: History and Criticism congresses, edited by Soo Khin Wah, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Pengajian Tionghoa and Persatuan Siswazah Jabatan Pengajian Tionghoa, Universiti Malaya, 2008: 99-129.
  27. (2008) NG Yean Leng,History and Space: Imaginations in Wang Anyi’s novels. In Cultural Memory and Chinese Society, edited by Hou Kok Chong, Kuala Lumpur: Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya, 2008: 87-110.
  28. (2007.9) NG Yean Leng, The last days of Yu Dafu in Nanyang: a study of Wen Zichuan’s biography of Yu Dafu. In Essays on Chinese Writers and Scholars in British Malaya, edited by Tee Boon Chuan, Kajang: Malaysian Centre for Ethnic Studies, New Era College, 2007: 7-20.
  29. (2007.6) NG Yean Leng,On the narrative pattern of the notebook novels of Wang Zengqi’s fiction. In Reminiscing and Writing: International Conferences on Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature, edited by Woo Yet Ha, Kajang, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era College, 2007: 143-156.
  30. (2007) NG Yean Leng,“Constructing an existential humanity: a study of poetic language in Wang Anyi’s novel. In Discovering the Language: Diversity, Variation and Standardization, edited by Chong Siew Ling & Chiah Seng, Kuala Lunpur, Faculty Language and Linguistics, Univercity of Malaya, 2007: 290-317.
  31. (2004) NG Yean Leng,The fiction of Xin Shitou Ji and Nuwa Shi. In Collected Essays of the First International Conference on Sinology in Malaysia, edited by Teh Sek Tham & Onn Huann Jan, Johor: Southern College, 2004: 275-295.
BOOK REVIEW
  1. (2021) NG Yean Leng, “A multi-perspective study the Chinese of Malaysia: A review of Calling Malaysia home: Essays on the Chinese of Malaysia” ”, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, 2021,  10 (1): 97-100.
  2.  (2018) NG Yean Leng, “Calling Malaysia Home: Studies on the Malaysian Chinese Community”, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 8 (1): 83-85.
  3. (2014) NG Yean Leng, “Trans-ocean Litigation: The Batang Kali Massacre, by Quee Jin Teck and Quee Ngee Meng” , Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, 2014, 3 (1): 79-82.
CONFERENCE PAPERS
  1. (2023.7) NG Yean Leng, 海凡的马共书写与国族建构,The Malaysia and Singapore Society of Australia (MASSA) Symposium 2023 'Who Are You, Malaysia? Representations of Malaysia's Past, Present and Future after 60 Years of Nationhood.', 7-8th July 2023, organised by Era University College, Kajang.
  2. (2021.12) Ng Soo Boon, Florence Kuek Chee Wee, Ng Yean Leng, Chai Siaw Ling, 2021 ISSCO Asia Pacific Regional Conference on the “Evaluation of the implementation of an online course on teaching of Malaysian Chinese Literature in Schools”, paper presented at Effects of Covid on the Chinese Diaspora in the Asia-Pacific and other themes on Chinese Overseas, 4-5th December, 2021, organised by the International Society for the Study of the Chinese Overseas (ISSCO), National Taiwan Normal University and Sun Yat-Sen University along with the Department of Chinese Studies and the Malaysian Chinese Research Centre at Universiti Malaya.
  3. (2021.12) NG Yean Leng, “A Localization Discussion from the Perspective of the Other: The Reappearance of Nanyang in Hong Kong Writer Liu Yichang's Novels”, Symposium on the Overseas Chinese Literature and Civilization Exchanges between China and Foreign Countries :Theory Innovation and Text Interpretation, 4-5th December, 2021, organised by the Institute Of Chinese Culture And World Civilization, Huaqiao University College Of Humanities, Huaqiao University, Research Center Of Overseas Chinese Literature And Taiwan-hongkong Literature, College Of Humanities, Huaqiao University.
  4. (2021.11) NG Yean Leng, “The Reconstruction of the National Clan under the Construction of the Life History of Nanyang Women: An Analysis of Li Yijun's Novel ”, Paper presented at The North of Last Dreams"International Conference on the Historical Composition, Modern Evolution and Role Flow: Dialogues among Southeast Asian Women, 13-14 November, 2021, organised by Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, New Era University College.
  5. (2021.10) Ng Soo Boon, Florence Kuek, Ng Yean Leng, Chai Siaw Ling, Fan Pik Shy, “Using LRAM literacy strategy to teach Malaysia Chinese Literature online – Is it a good alternative during the pandemic time?”, paper presented at The Asia Pacific Conference on Curriculum Studies and Instructional Designing (APCCSID 2021), 1-3 October 2021, organized by SEGI University, co-organized by University Malaya, IBE-UNESCO, Asia Pacific Research Association of Curriculum Studies and Instructional Designing (APRACSI), Association of Professional in Curriculum and Educational Instruction Malaysia (APROCEI).
  6. (2021.3) Ng Soo Boon, Florence Kuek Chee Wee, Ng Yean Leng, Chai Siaw Ling, Fan Pik Shy, “An online continuous professional development on Chinese literature pedagogy in Malaysia”, paper presented at International Conference of Research on Language Education (I-Role) 2021, 23 &24 March, 2021, organized by University Technology MARA cawangan Melaka.
  7. (2019.12) NG Yean Leng, “The interplay of the old and the new: the education philosophy, literary attitude and spiritual transmission of the Chinese Studies Department of Nanyang University, Singapore”, Paper presented at The International Conference on Southeast Asian Chinese and The New Culture Movement,7-8th December, 2019, organised by New Era University College.
  8. (2018.11) NG Yean Leng, “Chinese Studies:Research methods in multi-domain and multi-dimensional perspectives” Paper presented at The 2nd Southeast Asian Chinese Chinese International Symposium, 10th November, 2018, co-organized by New Era University College and Guangxi Teacher Education University.
  9. (2018.2) NG Yean Leng, “Development and Practice of Teaching Chinese as the First Language in Private and International Schools in Malaysia.” Paper presented at the 2018 Chinese Language Teacher Cultivation and Teaching Practice International Exchange Forum, 10-11th March 2018, organized by National Taiwan Normal University.
  10. (2017.12) NG Yean Leng, "Malaysia Chinese cultural education community and the cultural fate of Chinese people in common: the "One Belt One Road Initiative" under the initiative of the construction and path." Paper presented at the International Conference on Transformation, Cooperation, and Globalization: An International Conference on the Belt and Road and ASEAN Chinese Community, 9-10th December 2017, co-organized by The Federation of Chinese Associations Malaysia, New Era University College and UTAR.
  11. (2017.8) NG Yean Leng, “Between Home and Abroad: A Discourse on Jin Zhimang's Anti British Novels.” Paper presented at the International Conference on “The Diaspora Literature of Korea and Malaysia”, 25th August 2017, organised by The Center for Asia & Diaspora, University Konkuk, Korea.
  12. (2017.7) NG Yean Leng, “One Belt and One Road" and  Chinese Studies.” Paper presented at the International Conference on "One Belt, One Road and Malaysian Sinology", 2nd July 2017,  o-organized by New Era University College, Department of Chinese Studies of University Malaya, Institute of Chinese Studies of UTAR and Institute of Strategic Analysis and Policy Research (INSAP).
  13. (2017.4) NG Yean Leng, “Rethinking the Awakening of the New Concept of Novels in the Song Dynasty: Taking Su Shi's "Diaoli Zhilin" and "Ai Zi Zaishu" as Examples” in "Man • Text - The Fourth International Symposium on Classical Literature", 27th April-1st May 2017, organised by Department of Chinese Language and Literature of Taiwan Soochow University.
  14. (2016.11) NG Yean Leng, “Chinese Education in Malaysia in the 21st Century: A Case Study of Literature Teaching in the Chinese Department of Colleges and Universities”, in  "International Forum on Asian-Pacific Chinese Literature Teaching and Research", 9-10th November 2017, organised by Taiwan Yuanzhi University
  15. (2016.11) NG Yean Leng, “The Image of Teowchiu Dialet Chinese Writers from Malaysia: Identity and Reflection”, in The 2nd Chinese Literature Conference, 6-11th November 2016, co- organised by China Overseas Exchange Association, China World Association for Chinese Literatures, Beijing Normal University, Jinan University and  Zhongshan City Committee of Guangdong.
  16. (2016.10) NG Yean Leng, “Image of Native Place of Malaysian Chinese Writers: Construction and Reflection of National Identity”, in  “History and Responsibility: The Development and the Opportunities of Chinese Education and Chinese Literature under the Belt and Road Initiative” International Symposium, 28-30th October 2016, co-organized by China Guangxi Normal University and New Era University College.
  17. (2016.10) NG Yean Leng and Loo Yin Ting, “The Evolution of Malaysian Secondary School Chinese Textbooks and Their Contributions to the National Spirit: A Study of Chinese Textbooks from the 1960s”, in "2015 Academic Staff Education Research Project Results Report", 26the October 2016, organized by Tan Lark Sye Institute, New Era University College.
  18. (2016.4) NG Yean Leng , “Corporate Culture and Culture Enterprise: The Relationship between Malaysian Overseas Chinese Literature and Malaysian Chinese Businessmen after Independence”, in “The 1st International Conference on Chinese Studies in Southeast Asia: Past, Present and Future of Malaysian Chinese”, 16-17th April 2016, co-organized by The Federation of Chinese Associations Malaysia, Xiamen University (Malaysia Campus), New Era University College and UTAR.
  19. (2015.7) NG Yean Leng, Taiwan as a ‘transfer station’ of Chinese NG Yean Leng , “literature to Southeast Asia: a study of Chinese textbooks published in Malaysia in the 196os.”  Paper presented at the International Conference on Asian Literature and Culture 2015, 27-28th June 2015, co-organized by National Taiwan University, Universiti Malaya, One Asia Foundation (Japan), PEJATI and Sin Chew Daily.
  20. (2015.5) NG Yean Leng, The setting up of the Fang Xiu Collection: Fang Xiu and his views on the history of Malaysia Chinese literature. Paper presented at the International Conference on Malaysia Chinese Literature and Opening Ceremony of the Fang Xiu Collection, 30th May 2015, co-organized by Department of Chinese Language & Literature, New Era College & Singapore's Tropical Literature and Art Club.  
  21. (2015.4) NG Yean Leng, “The return to legendary Genre from the Form of Notes: On Review of the Process of Growth and Decline of Literature and History in Fiction from the Late Tang to Northern Song Dynasties, Paper presented at The Symposium on Chinese Literature & Culture of Malaysia and Taiwan, 21st April 2015, organized by Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia.
  22. (2014.8) NG Yean Leng, The use of Chinese textbooks in National secondary schools in multicultural Malaysia. Paper presented at the 2014 World Chinese Education Forum, 22nd-23rd August 2014, co-organized by United Chinese School Committees Association of Malaysia, Dong Jiao Zong Higher Learning Centre Bhd & New Era College.
  23. (2014.4) NG Yean Leng, “The Transformation of Classical Chinese into Modern Chinese in Popular Legendary Novels in Dynasty Song: A Case Study of Li Qing Ji and Yunzhai Guanglu, The 3rd International Symposium on Chinese Classical Philology, 25-26th  April 2014, organized by Soochow University, Taiwan.
  24. (2014.11) NG Yean Leng, “The lingering sense of British colonial presence after World War II: A reflection on realism in Malaysian Chinese fiction. Paper presented at the 3rd Malaysia Symposium on British colonial studies, 29-30th September 2014, co-organized by Sarawak Chinese Cultural Association & Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, New Era College and at the Conference on Cultural Flows and Knowledge Dissemination: Methodology and Case Study, 8-12 November 2014, organized by College of Liberal Arts, National Taiwan University.
  25. (2013.9) NG Yean Leng, “Enterprise culture and cultural enterprise: Chinese merchants and Malaysian Chinese literature in the post-independence period”. Paper presented at the conference on Business Professional Training for a Humane Society: The Role of Cultural Integrity and Ethical Principles,The Fifth China-Asean Education Collaboration Week Seminar of Business Professional Training in the China-ASEAN Free Trade Zone, 16-19th September 2012, co-organized by Ministry of Education, P.R.C, Guizhou Provincial People’s Government, Education Department of Guizhou, Foreign Affairs Office of Guizhou & Guizhou University of Finance and Economics.  
  26. (2012.10) NG Yean Leng, “From‘Impressive Embroidery’to ‘Lack of Glamour’: An Analysis of the Surrealism of Tang and the Realism of Song Novels”, Paper presented at the conference on Modern Interpretations of Traditional Sinology:The 9th International Symposium on Sinology in Malaysia, 27-28th October 2012, co-organized by Department of Chinese Studies of Han Jiang College, Penang Teochew Association & Han Chiang Ex-pupils' Association, Penang.
  27. (2011.11) NG Yean Leng,“A Fusion of Literature and History: The Emergence of the Literary Style of Tang Dynasty Novels”, International Postgraduate Symposium on Chinese Studies in Asia, 19-20th November 2011, co-organized by Institute of Chinese Studies, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman,Kampar.
  28. (2010.2) NG Yean Leng, “The Modernization of Chinese Literature in Malaysia: A Case Study on the Poets Community of Jiao Feng (1955-1959) ” , The 2nd Seminar on British Malaya Studies in Malaysia- The Western Impression in British Malaya, Sarawak and Sabah, 6 February 2010, co-organized by Malaysian Centre for Ethnic Studies,New Era College & Sarawak Chinese Cultural Association.
  29. (2009.8) NG Yean Leng, “Changes in The form of Weird Stories in Transitional Period from the Tang to Song Dynasties: A Case Study of Youyang Xazhu and Qingsuo Gaoyi”, The 6th International Conference on Sinology in Malaysia, 21st-22nd August 2009,co-organized by Institute of Chinese Studies,University of Tuanku Abdul Rahman & Chinese Studies Graduates' Association of the University of Tuanku Abdul Rahman.
  30. (2008.11) NG Yean Leng, “An Analysis of the Narrative Strategy in Zhuang Zi as the Origin of Chinese Fiction”, The 6th International Symposium on Chinese Literature in Dynasty Pre-Qin and Han, 22nd-23rd November 2008, co-organized by Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan.
  31. (2008.9) NG Yean Leng, “Discussion of Lu Guimeng’s Fu and Its origin with the ‘Shibuyu’ Fu”, The 5th International Conference on Sinology in Malaysia, 12nd -13rd September 2008, organized by Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia.
  32. (2007.8) NG Yean Leng,“Politic Context, Modern poetry and Literary History Writing: Another Discussion on the Holistic View of Enlightenment of Mahua Literary’s Modernity in late period of British Malaya”, Seminar on Chinese Intra-ethnic Relations Among Chinese in Contemporary Malaysia, 25-26th August 2007, organized by Malaysian Centre for Ethnic Studies,New Era College.
  33. (2007.10) NG Yean Leng,“Restructuring the Historic: A Discussion on Li Yongping, Huang Jinshu and Xiao Hei’s Fictions”, The 7th International Symposium on Chinese Literature in Southeast Asia, 26-29 October, 2007,co-organized by Southeast Asian Chinese Literature Society of Xiamen, Thai Alumni Association of China's Universities, Center for Southeast Asian Chinese literature research, Xiamen University & Department of Chinese Language & Literature, Xiamen University.
  34. (2006.10) NG Yean Leng, “‘Chineseness’ and ‘deChineseness’ in the Pursuit of Modernity: with Special Reference to the fictions by Li Yongping & Huang Jinshu”, “When China Meets the West” : An International Symposium on Sinology and Sino-West Cultural Exchanges, 13rd -16th, October 2006, organized by in School of International Studies, Zhejiang University, China.
  35. (2006.12) NG Yean Leng: “Tersembunyi dari Masyarakat: Satu kajian terhadap Karya Wang Zengqi”, Workshop on Contemporary Chinese Cultural Trends, 16th Dec 2006, organized by Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya.
  36. (2006.4) NG Yean Leng, “History and Space: The Consciousness in Wang Anyi’s Novel”, International Symposium on Cultural Memory and Chinese Society,2nd-3rd April 2006,organized by Institute Chinese Studies, University of Malaya.
  37. (2006.3) NG Yean Leng, “An Overview of Yu Dafu in Nanyang: A Studies on Wen Zichuan’s biography of Yu Dafu”, The 1st New Era College Seminar on Southeast Asian Sinology: Chinese Scholars and Writers in British Malaya, 25th March 2006,organized by Malaysian Centre for Ethnic Studies,New Era College.
  38. (2005.9) NG Yean Leng, “A Preliminary Discussions on literary Aesthetics of Feng Menglong’s Sanyan Stories”, The 2nd International Conference on Sinology in University of Malaya, 17-19th September 2005, organized by Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya.
  39. (2005.7) NG Yean Leng, “The Art of Travel Writing: Studies on Xu Xiake’s Travel”, International Symposium,11st -13rd July, 2005, organized by The Institution Of Ancient Chinese Prose, China.
  40. (2005.5) NG Yean Leng, “The Interaction between Mahua Literature after Second World War and Modern Chinese Literature: A reading on Wen Zichuan’s Writing”, New Era College Forum,4th May 2005,organized by New Era College.
  41. (2004.7) NG Yean Leng, “An Overview of Studies on the Fiction of Xin Shitou Ji and Nuwa Shi”, 1st International Conference on Sinology in Malaysia, 1st-2nd July 2004, co-organized by Department Chinese Studies & Research Institute of Chinese Ethnicity & Culture, Southern College
  42. (2003.10) NG Yean Leng, “Historical Romance in an Imagination World: A Discussion on Zhang Xiguo’s Sciences Fictions”, A Discourse between Centre and Border: An International Symposium on Mahua Literature and Chinese Literature, 4-5th October 2003, organized by Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era College.
BOOKS
  1. (2023) NG Yean Leng ed., Inheriting Century-Old Businesses: A Chinese Narrative. Selangor: New Era University College, 2023.
  2. (2021) NG Yean Leng ed., In Malaysian Chinese Literature in Chinese Language Textbooks (National Secondary School Series), Kuala Lumpur: The Writers' Association of Chinese Medium of Malaysia, 2021.
  3. (2018) NG Yean Leng and Huang Dou, Essays on Southeast Asian Chinese, Kajang: New Era University College, 2018.
  4. (2018) MOK Soon Chong and NG Yean Leng eds., Philanthropists in Malaysia and Singapore, Kajang: New Era University College, 2018:
  5. (2017) MOK Soon Chong,NG Yean Leng eds., The Chinese in Southeast AsiaTowards a New Era, Kuala Lunpur:The Federal of Chinese Association Malaysia,2017.
  6. (2011) NG Yean Leng ed., Western Impressions of British Malaya, Kajang: Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, New Era College,2011.
  7. (2011.12) NG Yean Leng & LEW Bon Hoi eds., Observations on the History of Academic Research in Malaysia and Singapore, Kajang: Department of Chinese Language & Literature, New Era College, 2011.
  8. (2010.7) NG Yean Leng ed.,The Continuing Interpretation: A Collection of Critical Essays on Mahua Literature. Kuala Lumpur: Persatuan Penulis-penulis Akiran Cina Malaysia. 2010.
  9. (2008.3) NG Yean Leng ed., New Era College 10th Anniversary Special Issue (1998-2008). Kajang: New Era College, 2008.
  10. (2007.6) NG Yean Leng(ed.). Away from Homeland (Literary). Kuala Lumpur: Da Jiang Publisher, 2007.
  11. (2003) NG Yean Leng(ed.). From University of Malaya (Literary). Kuala Lumpur: Persatuan Siswazah Jabatan Pengajian Tionghoa, Universiti Malaya,2003.
  12. (1999) NG Yean Leng(ed.), As Rain Smothering the Homeland  (Literary), Kuala Lumpur: Persatuan Siswazah Jabatan Pengajian Tionghoa, Universiti Malaya,1999.
NEWSPAPER
  1. (2023.5) 伍燕翎:晋恒和他们这一代——兼谈马华九字辈写作人,收入王晋恒:《时光幽谷》,大将出版社,2023年。
  2. (2023.6.9) 伍燕翎:佛陀也到南洋来,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华。
  3. (2023.5.12) 伍燕翎:你们为什么不革命,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华。
  4. (2023.4.14) 伍燕翎:我住这地方就是要管这地方的事,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华。
  5. (2023.3.17) 伍燕翎:她们在半岛上写作,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华。
  6. (2023.2.10) 伍燕翎:太平华联的谢冰莹和尊孔的张荃,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“。花样年华”。
  7. (2023.1.17) 伍燕翎:走入南洋现代学堂的娜拉黄逸梵,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  8. (2022.11.15) 伍燕翎:王安忆有个南洋父亲王
  9. (2022.12.13) 伍燕翎:寻至伤心太平洋上来祭祖,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  10. (2022.11.15) 伍燕翎:王安忆有个南洋父亲王啸平,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  11. (2022.10.14) 伍燕翎:康拉得把我送到南洋以后,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  12. (2022.11.11) 伍燕翎:有一种人文情怀在文学家遇见企业家之后,《星洲日报·星云》 。
  13. (2022.9.9) 伍燕翎:老舍与南洋的颜色也正是艳丽无匹的,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  14. (2022.8.12) 伍燕翎:郁达夫的星洲战友,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  15. (2022.7.8)伍燕翎:郁达夫日式的裸露与坦荡,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  16. (2022.6.10) 伍燕翎:死在南方的郁达夫,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  17. (2022.5.13) 伍燕翎:苏雪林的浮生记忆,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  18. (2022.4.8) 伍燕翎:凌淑华在南洋的文人朋友,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  19. (2022.3.18) 伍燕翎:当下不负——悼陈凯希先生,《星洲日报·星云》 。
  20. (2022.3.15) 伍燕翎:凌叔华到访风景好得很的南洋,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  21. (2022.2.11) 伍燕翎:刘以鬯和周慕云的双城记,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  22. (2022.1.14) 伍燕翎:当刘以鬯遇见姚紫,《星洲日报·文艺春秋》专栏“花样年华”。
  23. (2019.12.23) 伍燕翎:大时代下的女性身影——萧思莲的民族斗争,《星洲日报·读家》
  24. (2019.11.18) 伍燕翎:林离、星座诗社和马华现代诗——读林离《此后文字》,《星洲日报·读家》
  25. (2019.9.17) 伍燕翎:马来西亚华人史上的黑日——彼南劫灰录,《星洲日报·读家》
  26. (2019.8.19) 伍燕翎:梦境、边境还是绝境——薇达小说《边境》,《星洲日报·读家》
  27. (2019.7.22) 伍燕翎:民间视角的我方历史——廖文辉《马来西亚——多元共生的赤道国度》,《星洲日报·读家》
  28. (2019.6.3) 伍燕翎:南大遗子的魂魄与风骨——李业霖学人随笔,《星洲日报·读家》
  29. (2019.4.22) 伍燕翎:狂奔向自由的文学旷野——方路《半岛歌手》、《火蛋糕》和《白蹄狗》,《星洲日报·读家》
  30. (2019.4.1) 伍燕翎:马华潮籍作家的光圈——《马来西亚潮籍文学作品选集》,《星洲日报·读家》
  31. (2019.2.25) 伍燕翎:当代的力量:《野芒果:马华当代小说选(2013-2016)》,,《星洲日报·读家》
  32. 伍燕翎:文学史外的江湖事——曾翎龙《吃时间》,《星洲日报·读家》
  33. (2018.12.9) 伍燕翎:失落的沙洲——读《心祭:李锦宗纪念文集》,《星洲日报·读家精选》
  34. 伍燕翎:宗族记忆和史料钩沉——李锦宗《马华文坛作家与著作》,《星洲日报·读家》
  35. (2018.12.4) 伍燕翎:《逆光里的青春——读龚万辉的《卵生年代》,《星洲日报·读家》
  36. (2018.10.25) 伍燕翎:反日常与超现实之异境——牛油小生《南方少年与健忘老头》,《星洲日报·读家》
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  1. (2020-2023) 《南洋大学校友著述总目》(计划主持人),陈六使研究所与南洋大学史料中心,已阶段性完成,链接:https://nantahalumni.newera.edu.my/
  2. (10 December 2020-10 December 2021) SEGI Internal Research Fund for Project Entitled “Evaluation of LRAM Online Literature Pedagogy Programme for Teachers During the MCO/CMCO” (Joint researcher), Approved amount RM11,000, by SEGI University
  3. (2017.7-2018.6) 2017年在职教职员研究计划:“新加坡南洋大学中文系的办学理念、文学姿态和精神传递”(计划主持人)A Study on Education Concept, Literary activities and cultural spirit of Chinese Studies in Nanyang Universities of Singapore, approved amount RM
  4. (2016.4-2017) 中文教育在马来西亚国际学校的开展及其影响(计划主持人)Development of Mandarin Education in Malaysian International Schools and Its Implications
  5. (2014.8-2015.7) 知识传播与文化交流:台湾文学与马华文学多元关系之探究(计划参与者) “Knowledge Dissemination and Cultural Flows: A Research on the Multi Relationships between Taiwan Literature and Malaysian Chinese Literature”. 子计划负责人:“台湾现代文学在马来西亚的传播——以马来西亚国民中学华文教材为研究个案” Subproject: “Dissemination of Taiwan Literature in Malaysia: A Case Study on Chinese Textbook of National Secondary School in Malaysia”
  6. (2015.4-2016.3) 新纪元陈六使研究所在教职员研究计划(计划参与者) 伍燕翎、罗燕婷——马来西亚中学华文教科书的版本流传及其对国民精神的塑造
  7. (2014.4-2016.4新纪元陈六使研究所在教职员研究计划(计划参与者) 伍燕翎、廖文辉、郑诗傧——从〈坿张>到<副刊〉——〈叻报〉的文学性研究
  8. (2009-2011)“马来西亚华裔人物志”(计划参与者) Research Member, Project on “Malaysian Chinese Personalities”
  9. (2007-2010) “马华文学教程”(计划参与者) Co-researcher,  Project on “the History of Malaysian Literature in Chinese for Tertiary Education”,  Graduates Association of Department of Chinese Studies, University Malaya.
  10. (2001-2008) Research Member, Project on P Leo Suryadinata, Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, 2007-2008, Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, Chinese Heritage Centre, Singapore.
AWARDS/
HONOURS
  1. (1996)第十一届全国大专文学奖散文组(佳作)
  2. (1996)第一届全国征文比赛公开组(佳作)
  3. (1998)第一届中协大专生文学奖散文组(三奖)
  4. (1998)第五届马华文学节诗歌创作比赛(三奖)
  5. (2001/2002)第二届中协大专生文学奖散文组(首奖)
  6. (2008) New Era Postgraduate Scholarship 新纪元研究生奖学金
  7. (2010)第三届海鸥文学奖散文组(优秀奖)
  8. (2011)探索与创见——马、中、新、台中文系研究生论文(优秀论文奖)
TALKS AND PUBLIC LECTURES
  1. (2023.5.13)伍燕翎:“孝亲敬老的创新定义”,“第一届长者介护Kaigo课程”,主办:新纪元大学学院、富贵集团
  2. (2023.1.7)伍燕翎:“李锦宗与马华文学史料”,主办:雪隆潮州会馆。
  3. (2022.6.28) 伍燕翎:“《西游记》- 敢问路在何方,带你西游取真经”,主办:吉隆坡文化中心。
  4. (2022.6.21) 伍燕翎:“《西游记》- 敢问路在何方,带你西游取真经”,主办:吉隆坡文化中心。
  5. (2022.6.14) 伍燕翎:“《西游记》- 敢问路在何方,带你西游取真经”,主办:吉隆坡文化中心。
  6. (2022.6.7)伍燕翎:“《西游记》- 敢问路在何方,带你西游取真经”,主办:吉隆坡文化中心。
  7. (2022.2.27)伍燕翎:“大话西游孙悟空三讲:修成正果 —— 悟空成佛篇”,主办:法情学堂。
  8. (2022.2.13)伍燕翎:“大话西游孙悟空三讲:情愿修行 —— 悟空灾难篇”,主办:法情学堂。
  9. (2022.2.6) 伍燕翎:“大话西游孙悟空三讲:心猿意马 —— 悟空成长篇”,主办:法情学堂。
  10. (2021.9.18) 伍燕翎:《生命咖啡馆》线上研习会“你怕鬼吗?谈《聊斋志异》的视“死”如归”,主办:新加坡富贵集团。
  11. (2021.07.22)伍燕翎:华商先辈·人文情怀“从还原走出小说和教科书外的叶亚来和茨厂街”,主办:新纪元文学院。
  12. (2021.05.12)伍燕翎:2021全球第十一届生命经理师研习会“你怕鬼吗?谈《聊斋志异》的视“死”如归”,主办:富贵集团(马来西亚南马区及新加坡分行)。
  13. (2020.12.17) 伍燕翎:华文创作培训营 “心诚则灵:谈中学生散文创作” ,主办:雪州教育厅、吉隆坡中国文化中心、新纪元大雪学院。
  14. (2020.10.16) 伍燕翎:“华文教科书上的马华文学作品鉴赏班(独中课文):李永平《拉子妇》,主办:马来西亚华文作家协会。
  15. (2020.9.29) 伍燕翎:“他者视域下的马华文学文化” ,主办:China Culture & Entertainment Industry Association (CCEA) 中国文化娱乐行业协会。
  16. (2020.9.18) 伍燕翎:“华文教科书上的马华文学作品鉴赏班(独中课文):从赖国芳《祖母4.03言》,主办:马来西亚华文作家协会。
  17. (2020.8.31) 伍燕翎:“吉隆坡摄影节旅游文学线上讲座:山岗上安静的文字” ,主办:吉隆坡摄影节。
  18. (2020.8.14) 伍燕翎:“阅读碧澄:《过尽流波》碧澄线上新书推介礼分享会,主办:马来西亚华文作家协会。
  19. (2020.8.8) 伍燕翎:“富贵生命咖啡馆线上讲座:生死之间谈村上春树《挪威的森林》”, 主办:富贵集团。
  20. (2020.7.9) 伍燕翎:“中文大讲堂线上讲座:生命日常與与马华在地写作” ,主办:中文系。
  21. (2020.6.22) 伍燕翎:“华文教科书上的马华文学作品鉴赏班(国中课文):评析小曼《皮箱的故事》”,主办:马来西亚华文作家协会。
  22. (2020.6.20) 伍燕翎:“《不惑》期刊第二场线上人文讲座:峇冬加里大屠杀惨案惨案”,主办:不惑生命学苑。
  23. (2020.6.19) 伍燕翎:“华文教科书上的马华文学作品鉴赏班(国中课文):评析王润华《雨树》”,主办:马来西亚华文作家协会。
  24. (2020.6.12) 伍燕翎:“华文教科书上的马华文学作品鉴赏班(国中课文):许裕全《大丽花到大兰花》,主办:马来西亚华文作家协会。
  25. (2020.6.5) 伍燕翎:“华文教科书上的马华文学作品鉴赏班(国中课文):从何乃健《掌纹》,主办:马来西亚华文作家协会。
  26. (2020.3.7) 伍燕翎:“生命教育系列:红楼女子教会我们的爱情观”,主办:新纪元大学学院、富贵集团。
  27. (2017/11/9) 伍燕翎:“中文之美”, 吉隆坡:中华国中。
  28. (2017/11/6) 伍燕翎:“我走这里走上中文之路”, 吉隆坡:甲洞卫星市国中。
  29. (2017/11/3) 伍燕翎:“循中文学奖点评”, 吉隆坡:循人独中。
  30. (2017/9/25) 伍燕翎:“中华独中新雨文学奖点评”, 吉隆坡:循人独中。
  31. (2017/6/19) 伍燕翎:“创意写作”, 新纪元中文传播大学基础课程。
  32. (2017/5/20) 伍燕翎:“谈写作和文学创作”, 霹雳:培南独中。
  33. (2017/3/3) 伍燕翎:“我应该如何写小说”, 吉隆坡:坤成独中创作班。
  34. (2017/2/24) 伍燕翎:“散文如何写”, 吉隆坡:尊孔独中创作班。
  35. (2016/7/2)伍燕翎:“台马文学论坛——跨域合作与创作出版”,吉隆坡城中城会议中心(台湾文化部主办)。
  36. (2016/6/27) 伍燕翎:“小说与写作创意”, 新纪元学院(中文传播基础课程)。
  37. (2016/5/5) 伍燕翎:“创作与写作”,雪兰莪:八打灵再也丽阳镇国中(SMK Tropicana)。
  38. (2016/5/3) 伍燕翎:“现代文欣赏”,雪兰莪:巴生中华国民中学。
  39. (2015/12/19) 伍燕翎:“关心华文:探讨华文水平降低的现象”,八打粦:星洲日报总社,。
  40. (2015/11/21) 伍燕翎:“如何阅读经典文学”,吉隆坡:东方人文艺术馆。
  41. (2015/11/14) 伍燕翎:“创作的最初动力——散文的力量”、“散文的写法”,并现场点评学生的即时创作 马六甲教育厅礼堂(中学生文学创作营)。
  42. (2015/8/28) 伍燕翎:“如何阅读经典文学,柔佛:昔加末NBw人文书艺坊。
  43. (2015/7/6) 伍燕翎:“你为什么来读冷门科系?”,新纪元学院(FCC学生)。
  44. (2015/5/8) 伍燕翎:“现代文欣赏”,雪兰莪:双溪比力国民中学。
  45. (2015/4/22) 伍燕翎:“郁达夫最后的南洋岁月”,苏丹伊德利斯师范大学中文系(教育)。
  46. (2015/4/17) 伍燕翎:“如何提升写作能力?”,沙巴:善导国民中学。
  47. (2014/3/14) 伍燕翎:“快乐学古文”,吉隆坡:SMK Taman Connaught。
  48. (2014/6/26) 伍燕翎:“希腊神话的爱与恨”,加影:新纪元学院文学周。
  49. (2014-7/31) 伍燕翎:“快乐学古文”,巴生:兴华独立。
JUDGE/REVIEW
Dissertation Thesis Review
  1. 2023.06.26【预答辩外审】韦丁华博士论文预答辩:《先锋与流变:黎紫书小说叙事研究》Wei Dinghua. Avant-garde literature and evolution: Narrative Studies on Li Zishu's novels,马大中文系
  2. 2023.2.12【开题评审】LEE Chai Chuen PhD Chinese Studies Thesis Proposal Defend, Penggunaan Video YouTube dalam Pengajaran Kosa Kata Bahasa Mandarin di kalangan Pelajar UiTM, 新纪元中文系
  3. 2023.2.12【开题评审】黄苑薇硕士论文开题:《华文教育的非主流 – 以雪隆区 Asia Pacific Smart School为例》,新纪元中文系
  4. 2022.12.16. 【预答辩外审】张彦涵博士论文预答辩评委:《乡路迢迢——论马华散文的“乡愁”(1947-2007)》. Chong Sin Wah, Far Away From Home - The Significant of Malaysian Chinese Essays Regarding Longing On Home (1954-2007) ,马大中文系
  5. 2022.12.16. 【开题外审】韦丁华博士论文开题:《先锋与流变:黎紫书小说叙事研究》Wei Dinghua. Avant-garde literature and evolution: Narrative Studies on Li Zishu's novels,马大中文系
  6. 2022.12.3. 【答辩内审】何伟智博士论文答辩:《马来语-汉语学习词典》编纂研究,新纪元中文系
  7. 2022.7.1. 【开题外审】ZHOU Xin周昕博士论文开题:Leaving and Retrospect: Identity Consciousness and Writing of Homelands in Choong Yee Voon’ s Prose 出走与回望:钟怡雯散文中的身份意识与原乡书写,马大中文系
  8. 2022.2. 【开题内审】黎翠雯博士论文开题:《马来西亚高校汉语作为第二语言文化教学研究》,新纪元大学学院中文系
  9. 2022.2. 【开题内审】黄能世博士论文开题:《论马来(西)亚美术“南洋风”绘画的本土性建構(1938-1965)》,新纪元中文系
  10. 2022.1.28. 【答辩外审】Luo Qin 骆秦博士论文答辩:,马大中文系
  11. 2022.1.28. 【开题外审】Huiying Yang 杨慧莹博士论文开题: , 马大中文系
Journal/ Book Review
  1. 2022.7.9. 【学报】《从城市到石城的“童话”互文:旅居新加坡作家杨映川小说创作的家园情结》 “Fairy Tales” Intertextuality from City to Stone City: The Homeland Complex in Yang Yingchuan's Novels),《马来西亚人文与社会科学学报》,新纪元大学学院出版
  2. 2022.7.9. 【学报】《基于语文核心素养的中学华文学业评价与考试改革研究——以马来西亚华文独立中学为例》Research on Language Literacy-based Chinese Language Achievement Assessment and Examination Reform in Malaysian Independent Chinese Secondary Schools,《马来西亚人文与社会科学学报》,新纪元大学学院出版
  3. 2023.5.15.【学报】 《飢饿、断肢与汙秽的情爱——海凡小说中的马共经验》,《中国现代文学》第43期,台湾
  4. 2022.09.26. 【专书】《跨域集成:中文文学研究论文集A Cross Boundaries Compilation of Papers on Literatures in Chinese》, Universiti Putra Malaysia.
  5. 2022.7.14. The Malaysian Chinese Association: From Alliance to Barisan Nasional (1949-1974), Institute of Social Economic Research, Tunku Abdul Rahman University College.
  6. 2022.7.5. 【学报】《重返古典与流动性身份:郁达夫在南洋的跨国界转向》,《马来西亚人文与社会科学学报》,新纪元大学学院出版
  7. 2022.1.11【学报】《解构、包容与西方想象:后苏哈托时代的印度尼西亚文学流变》,《马来西亚人文与社会科学学报》,新纪元大学学院出版
  8. 2021.7.5. 【学报】《新加坡南洋华侨中学之倡议与创校始末》,《华侨华人文献学刊》
  9. 2021.3.4【学报】《无问西东》:先锋叙事中的传统诗性建构》,《马来西亚人文与社会科学学报》,新纪元大学学院出版
  10. 2021.5.19 【学报】《论王德威的华语语系文学思想的建构——以《华夷风起:华语语系文学三论》为中心的考察》 ,《南方大学学报》
  11. 2020.2.19. 【学报】《论方修马华文学史的建构与断裂》,《马来西亚人文与社会科学学报》,新纪元大学学院出版
Literature Arts Judges
  1. 2022.8-11月 “2022年第17届马华文学奖”评审兼颁奖礼评审主席,主办:吉隆坡暨雪兰莪中华总商会。
  2. 2022.6.17. 2022年“新加坡文学奖”华文诗歌组别评审,主办:新加坡书籍理事会。
  3. 2021.7.4. “第十五届新纪元文学周‘不染’散文文学奖”评审,主办:新纪元大学学院中文系。
  4. 2021.6.6. “2021乌冷县诗歌朗诵评委”,主办:加影育华国民型中学。
  5. 2021.2.“《源》杂志年度优秀文学作品奖”,主办:新加坡宗亲会馆联合总会。
  6. 2020年“美丽中国·与爱同行”征文比赛 公开组决审评委,主办:吉隆坡中国文化中心。
  7. 2020年“第16届全国嘉应散文奖”,评审,主办:雪隆嘉应会馆主办、文教部承办。
  8. 2020年《寸草心16》双亲节征文比赛,高中组评审,主办:隆雪华堂妇女组 联办:《南洋商报》。
  9. 2020年双福文学出版基金,散文组评审,主办:雪兰莪暨吉隆坡福建会馆。
MODERATOR
  1. 2023.6.4 【主持】此时此地眼前人-纯属我们这一代的时空,李天葆黎紫书主讲,主办:诚品马来西亚
  2. 2023.5.26 【主持】马中作家学者交流座谈会——文化互鉴 美美与共,场次一:文学交流;场次二:文化传承与青年成长,主办:中国图书进出口(集团)有限公司、吉隆坡中国文化中心China Cultural Centre in Kuala Lumpur
  3. 2022.7.1. 第四届马来西亚华人民俗研究国际学术研讨会的主持人“场次2:跨域与流变”,主办:新纪元大学学院东南亚学系、台湾淡江大学历史学系,承办:马来西亚历史研究中心、淡江大学东南亚史研究室,协办:台湾师范大学国际与社会科学学院、台湾政治大学东南亚研究中心、台湾暨南国际大学侨务研究中心协办。
  4. 2022.5.21. “Translation of Tang Poems: A Delightful Journey 唐诗翻译——愉快的旅程” by Prof Voon Phin Keong (Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic & Research), 主办:新纪元大学学院注册处。
  5. 2021.9.25. “疫情视野下的华文教育共话”第一场“疫情下的华语教学,兼谈语文教学的创新契机”,主办:新纪元文学与社会科学院,联办:雪兰莪州教育厅华文组。
  6. 2021.7.29-2021.9.23. “新纪元人文学堂系列1华商先辈·人文情怀”演讲系列(9场次),主办:新纪元文学与社会科学院,协办:东方日报online。
  7. 2021.7.31. 《不惑》期刊线上人文讲座“老校园 意难忘”,主办:不惑生命学苑、大马乐龄照护协会。
REVIEWER
  1. 2021.12.04. 大会发言第二场评议人,“华侨华人文学与中外文明交流:理论创新与文本阐释”,2011年12月4-5日,华侨大学中华文化与世界文明研究院 / 华侨大学文学院主办;华侨大学文学院海外华人文学暨台港文学研究中心承办
  2. 2021.11.6. 第七届新曦中文学坛点评人,谢镇聪论文《“压抑的女声与“父”的背离:李天葆小说的阴性空间》,新纪元中文系,新纪元中文系系会举办
  3. 2021.11.6. 第七届新曦中文学坛点评人,锺紫盈论文《后殖民视野下的主体认同──马华文学的原住民女性书写》,新纪元中文系,新纪元中文系系会举办
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Professor LEW Bon Hoi @ LIEW Boon Hooi
Professor; Head, Centre of Malaysian History
bonhoi.lew@newera.edu.my / bonhoi.lew@gmail.com

Ph.D. (Xiamen University, China)
M.A. (University of Malaya, Malaysia)
B.A. (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

Dr. LEW Bon Hoi, B.A. (National Taiwan), M.A. (Malaya), Ph. D. (Xiamen).Head of Centre of Malaysian History, Professor in Southeast Asia Studies, Chinese Language and Literature Department, New Era University College and research associate of Huaqiao University, China. His publications include The Development and Evolution of Historiography Research in Malaysia and Singapore (1800-1969), Xiamen: Xiamen University Press, 2022, a A History of Malaysia (2017), Hsu Yun Tsiao (2014), Eighty Years of Historiography in Malaysia and Singapore: From ‘Nanyang Studies’ to ‘Chinese Studies’ (1930-2009) (2010), The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia and Its Leaders (1951-2005), and A Collection of the History on Figures of Chinese Education in Malaysia. He has edited The Chinese of Triang District: Local History and Source Materials, Collected Works of Zhang Liqian, The Correspondence of Hsu Yun-Tsiao, The Confucian Chronicle, 1906-2006, and Compilation of Documents on Sim Mow Yu. Has published nearly 100 academic papers including contributions to Encyclopedia of Chinese Overseas (Education, Science and Technology) and Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary.

PROFESSIONAL FIELD
WORKING EXPERIENCE New Era College, New Era University College
Lecturer (Jan 2003- 2010)
Senior Lecturer (2010 - 2017)
Associate, Professor (2018-2023)
Professor (2023)
Senate committee member (2018- )
Visiting Fellow, Centre of Oversea Chinese Resources, Huaqiao University, China (2009-)
RESEARCH AREAS Southeast Asia Studies, Oversea Chinese Studies, and history of Sino-foreign communication
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS
BOOKS
  1. A Collection of Calligraphy work by Sim Mow Yu, (ed), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 1995, 318 pp.
  2. Undying fire, (ed.), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 1996, 329 pp.
  3. A Chronological Biography of Sim Mow Yu, (ed), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 1997, 238 pp.
  4. A Collection of Speeches and Writings by Sim Mow Yu, (ed), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 1998, 488 pp.
  5. The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia and Its Leaders (1951-2005), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 2006, 285 pp.
  6. The Correspondence of Hsu Yun-Tsiao, Malaysian Centre for Ethnic Studies, New Era College, 2007, 487 pp.
  7. A Collection of the History and Figures of Chinese Education in Malaysia, Strategic Information and Research Development Centre, 2007, 220 pp.
  8. The Confucian Chronicle, 1906-2006, Confucian Private Secondary School, 2008, 212pp.
  9. Eighty Years of Historiography in Malaysia and Singapore: From ‘Nanyang Studies’ to ‘Chinese Studies’ (1930-2009), Shanghai: Shangliang, 2011, 344 pp.
  10. Observations on the History of Academic Research in Malaysia and Singapore (edit with NG Yean Leng.), Selangor: New Era College, 2011, 196pp.
  11. The Collected Works of Zhang Liqian, I-III, Selangor: New Era College, 2013, 1217pp.
  12. The Chinese of Triang District: Local History and Source Materials, Kajang: New Era College, 2013, 442 pp.
  13. Hsu Yun Tsiao, Singapore: World Scientific, 2014, 243 pp.
  14. A History of Malaysia, Sungai Buloh: The Malaya Press SDN BHD, 2017, 414pp;Second edition, 2018, 476 pp.
  15. Collection Essays on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture, Petaling Jaya: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre, 2017, 306pp.
  16. Collection Essays on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture, Petaling Jaya, Kajang: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre, New Era University College, 2020, 313pp.
  17. Malaysia: An Equatorial Nation of Co-existing Multiplicities, Taiwan, Taipei: Linking Press, 2019, 526pp.
  18. Collection of Chinese Documents in the Straits Settlements (Kua Bak Lim(co),) Kajang, Singapore: New Era University College, Singapore Federation of Chinese clan Associations, 2020, 480pp.
  19. Collection Essays on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture, 2021, Petaling Jaya, Kajang: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre, New Era University College, 2021, 313pp.
  20. A Compendium of 'Hsu Yun Tsiao’s Chronicle (ed.). Kuala Lumpur: SGM, 2022, 143pp.
  21. The Development and Evolution of Historiography Research in Malaysia and Singapore (1800-1969), Xiamen: Xiamen university Press, 2022, 324pp.
  22. Town of Tin: The Hundred-Year History of Chinese in Sungai Lembing, Kajang: New Era University College, LLG Cultural Development Centre Berhad, Kutub Khanah Awam Sungai Lembing, 2023, 112pp.
JOURNAL ARTICLES
  1. Discuss on the Heaven Laws and Supernatural in Confucianism, Rosa Sinensis, 15:36-40, March 1995.
  2. Discussion on the Dilemma Faced by Chinese Culture in Malaysia, in Special Issue of the Alumni Association of National Taiwan University, 1966,1996,pp26-30.
  3. The Dilemma and Prospect of Chinese Educational Movement in Malaysia, Rosa Sinensis, 2:24-30, March 2000.
  4. The Collaboration and Separation of Dong Zong, Jiao Zong and MCA, Rosa Sinensis, 7:49-59, Jan 2001.
  5. Some Interpretation for the Reports on China in the Malay Annal, Rosa Sinensis, 12:32-40, November 2001.
  6. The Origin of the Name 'Malaysia', Rosa Sinensis, 14:72-78, March 2002.
  7. A Historic Interpretation of the Causes Leading to the Problems in Malay Society, Rosa Sinensis, 17:44-55, December 2002.
  8. From “Nanyang Studies” to “Chinese Studies”: Phases of Twentieth Century historical Studies of Malaysia and Singapore from Chinese Sources, Journal of Malaysian Chinese Studies, 6:71-100, 2003.
  9. An Assessment of the Academic Traditions from the Ching Dynasty in the Works of Hsu Yun-Tsiao, Journal of Overseas Chinese and Southeast Asian Studies(Taiwan), 14(1):71-92, January 2004.
  10. Lim Lian Geok’s Last Twenty Four Years (1961-1985), New Era College Journal, 1:19-47, April 2004.
  11. Two Anecdotes of Malay Folk Legends and Characters, Rosa Sinesis, 22:49-52, March 2004.
  12. An Overview of the Works of Malaysian and Singaporean Writers on 20th Century Malayan History, Rosa Sinensis, 25:34-44, December 2004.
  13. Directions of Development and Shifts in Historical Consciousness in the Historical Studies of Malaysia and Singapore(1930–2004): Some Perspectives Based on Publication of Newspapers, Periodicals as well as Magazines and Establishment of Academic Societies, Asian Culture (Singapore), 29:113-127, June 2005.
  14. Discussions on the Status and Significance of Nanyang Studies in Malaysia and Singapore, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 1:32-37, April 2006.
  15. Perseverance: Loot Ting Yee, Malaysia Chinese Education, 5:57-66, June 2006.
  16. An Assessment of Xu Yunqiao’s Contributions to the Academia in Malaysia and Singapore, New Era College Journal, 3:1-27, 2006.
  17. The Brief Biography of Yuan Yuan Zhang-Jiao Zong's first Consultant, Chinese Education in Malaysia, 2007 Jun, 6:53-60
  18. The Relationship between Nanyang Studies in Malaysia and Chinese Academic, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 3:10-14, April 2007.
  19. The Methodology and Problem in Historical Toponymy of Ancient Chinese and Foreign Transportation, New Era College Academic Journal, 4:17-29, 2007.
  20. The Pioneers of Malayan Studies in Malaysia and Singapore: Brief Introduction of Administrator-Scholar, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 4:40-47, October 2007.
  21. W. E. Maxwell: Promoter of Malay Studies, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 4:48-51, October 2007.
  22. R. J. Wilkinson: The Linkage between the Past and the Future on Malay Studies, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 4:52-55, October 2007.
  23. R. O. Winstedt: The Eminent Scholar of Malay Studies, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 4:56-60.
  24. The methodology and difficulty in ancient historical toponymy on Chinese and foreign transportation history, New Era College Journal, 4:17-29, 2007.
  25. Historical resources, methodology and theories: Main body construction for “Ethnic Chinese Studies” using Chinese as a language medium in Malaysia and Singapore, Overseas Chinese History Studies(Peking), 81:22-31, March 2008.
  26. Hsu Yun Tsiao’s Historical Philology, New Era College Journal, 5:3-19, 2008.
  27. An Assessment of Amateur Scholars and Their Writing Tradition in Malaysia and Singapore, Asian Culture (Singapore), 33:94-107, Jun 2009. Also in NG Yean Leng(ed.), The Continuing Interpretation: A Collection of Critical Essays on Mahua Literature, KL: Persatuan Penulis-penulis Aliran Cina Malaysia, 2010, pp. 9-33.
  28. The beginnings of Research on Southeast Asia Studies in the West before the Second World War, South Sea Journal(Singapore), 63:9-56, Dec 2009.
  29.  Nanyang Supplement in 1930s Sin Chew Jit Poh, Humanities and Chinese Studies, 9:75-78, June 2010.
  30. An Assessment of Liu Shimu and His Works, Shijie Huaqiao Huaren Yanjiu, pt3, Dec 2010, pp.113-125.
  31. Overview of Malaya and Singapore Chinese Southeast Asian studies journals (1940-2010), Humanities and Chinese Studies, 10:96-106, Dec, 2010, pp. 96-106.
  32. Comments on English Sources on the Southeast Asia Studies in Malaysia and Singapore from 1800 to 1876, Taiwan Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 8:1, April, 2011, pp. 127-160.
  33. An Assessment on Academic Source in the Works of Hsu Yun-Tsiao, in Journal of Sinological Studies, No.2, 2011, pp. 15-37.
  34. The Mechanism and Spread of Malaysian Chinese Culture, Journal of Huaqiao University (Philosophy & Social Sciences), June, 2012,no2, pp. 22-28.
  35. Comments on the English Researches on Malayan History from 1877-1941, Chung-Hsing Journal of History, June, 2012, Vol. 25, pp. 149-179.
  36. An Assessment of Hsu Yun-Tsiao’s Chinese Studies, South Asian Studies, Oct, 2012, no. 5, pp. 88-93, 112.
  37. An Assessment of Folk Legends in Malaysia and Singapore, Journal of Chinese Literature of National Cheng Kung University, Dec, 2012, no. 39, pp. 169-196.
  38. An Assessment of Hsu Yun-Tsiao’s Malaya and Siam Studies, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and social Sciences, June, 2013, 2: 2, pp. 13-27.
  39. Social Services and Contributions of Chinese Merchants in Malaysia and Singapore during the British Colonial Period, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and social Sciences, June, 2014,3: 1, pp. 31-51.
  40. Lien Shih Sheng’s life in Malaysia and Singapore (1948-1972), from Xue Wen, January 2015, Vol 7, pp. 13-23.
  41. “Statistics and Analysis of Village-based Associations of Southern Fujian in Malaysia”,in Journal of World Confederation of institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies, Sept, 2015, Vol 1, pp. 186-199.
  42. “Sino-Malay Goodwill Assessed: The Case of Kampung Baru Machap, Melaka”(Co. with Zhuang Guoming), in Overseas Chinese Journal of Bagui, June, 2016, Vol. 2, pp40-44.
  43. “Types of Malaysian local Chinese historical documents and its affect on Chorography Research”, Oversea Chinese History Studies,Sept, 2016, Vol. 3, pp80-88.
  44. “Note on Chinese Culture of Malaya and Singapore before 1945”, Journal of Chinese Oversea,V4, March 2017, pp164-183.
  45. “An Assessment of Content and Features of Malaysia as a Chinese Culture Sphere”,The International Journal of Diasporic Chinese Studies,Vol9:2, 2017 Dec,pp.49-67.
  46. “Traditional Industries of Jelutong, Penang”, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, June,2018,7:1, pp.85-97.
  47. “San Kiang Association and San Kiang people in Malaysia”, in Overseas Chinese Journal of Bagui, 2(1),2019, pp21-20.
  48. “Statistics and Analysis of Village-based Associations of Hakka in Malaysia”, Journal of Gannan Normal University, Feb 2020, Vol.2, pp44-49.
  49. “A brief history of Chinese Architecture in Malaysia and Singapore”, Yuan, Vol.3, June 2020, pp54-57.
  50. “A Brief history of Malaysia-Singapore Transportation Development”, Yihe Shiji, Vol.43, June 2020, pp72-74.
  51. “A Study of Important Elements of Village Organization of Jeluton”, A Minnan Settlement in Penang Island, Journal of Chinese Oversea, V8, August 2021, pp130-159.
  52. On “Follow the Living, Not the Dead”, Ehu Monthly, 47:9, 2022, pp29-30.
  53. Raha Jaafar, Lew Bon Hooi, Azizan Othman, Hamdzun Haron, ‘The Acculturation of Chinese Culture in The Design of Masjid Kampung Hulu’, International Journal of Academic Research in Business & Social Sciences, 12:8, 2022 Aug 12, pp1519-1538.
  54. Jaafar, R., Hooi, L. B., Othman, A., Haron, H., & Yusof, (joint) N. A. (2022). Design of Masjid Kampung Keling and Acculturation of Chinese Culture. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 12(11), pp 2105 – 2125.
  55. “From Striving to a Passive Response: Development of Chinese Politics in Postwar Malaysia”, Asian Studies, China Social sciences Press, 2023, Vol 1, pp91-115.
  56. Selected Texts from the Spring and Autumn and Their Interpretations in the Analects, Legein Monthly, 2023, Vol 528, pp39-44.
  57. “The Change and Transformation of Chinese Society in Post-war Malaysia”, Journal of World Confederation of Institute and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies, Social Sciences Academic Press(China), 2023, No 11, pp103-126.
ARTICLE ON BOOKS
  1. A Commentary on the Career of Sim Mow Yu, in A Chronological Biography of Sim Mow Yu (ed.), Kuala Lumpur: The United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia, 1997,pp56-88.
  2. “Nanyang University, History Department’s Contribution of Teacher and Students on Malaysia and Singapore’s historical Studies”, in Essay on History of Nanyang University, pp. 195-237, 2004.
  3. “An Assessment of Hsu Yun-Tsiao’s Literary Status and Limitations in the Historical Studies of Malaysia and Singapore”, in Malaysian Chinese Culture and Education: review and prognosis, 2005, pp143-161.
  4. “Chinese Studies of Malaysia and Singapore from Chinese Sources”, in Riding the Winds and Wave, Bridging the Deep Blue Seas: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies 20th Anniversary 1985-2005 Commemorative Publication, December 2005, pp125-131.
  5.  “The Stereotype of Chinese Educationists: A Discussion on Tan Kah Kee, Tan Lark Sye and Lim Lian Geok”, in Fujianese in Southeast Asia (China), 2006, pp108-128.
  6. “The Contribution of Tuang Pik King on Chinese Education”, in Hundred years of Outstanding Figures and Events in Confusion Private Secondary School, 2007, pp. 281-287.
  7. “Zhang Li-Qian, Yao Nan and Nanyang Studies in Malaysia and Singapore”, in Essays on Chinese Writers and Scholars during British Malaya 1786-1957, 2007, pp65-78.
  8. “An Assessment of Three translators in Chinese of Southeast Asia Studies, Leo Suryadinate”, Liang Bingfu(ed), Chinese Migration and Globalization: Migration, localization and communication, Singapore: Chinese Heritage Centre, 2011, pp. 87-100.
  9. “An Overview of Chinese Translation on Southeast Asian Studies in Malaysia and Singapore in the Pre-war Period (1930-1941)”, Ng Yean Leng(ed), Western Impressions of British Malaya, Selangor: Centre of Malaysian History, New Era College, 2011, pp. 3-16.
  10. “South Sea Studies in Malaysia and Singapore: Origin, Scope, Significance and Status”,Liu Pengze, Interaction and Innovation: Chinese Studies in Multidimensional Perspective (Guilin: Guangxi Normal University Press, 2011), pp. 494-509.
  11. “Chinese Studies on Malaysia and Singapore During the Last Three Decades, 1981-2010”,Yan Jiajian(ed.), The Field of Sinology -The 7th International Conference on Malaysian Sinology and Celebratory Proceedings of Prof. Tay Lian Soo’s 70th Birthday. Petaling: Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya, 2011, pp. 289-326.
  12. “Malaysian Chinese Cultural Studies During the Last Three Decades, 1979-2010”, in Lew Bon Hoi, Ng Yean Leng(eds.), Observation on the History of Academic Research in Malaysia and Singapore, Kajang: NEW ERA College, 2011, pp31-40.
  13. “The Last fifteen Years of Sim Mou Yu: Activities, contributions and Constraints, 1994-2009”, in Ho Khai Leong (ed.), Sim Mow Yu in Malaysian History, Kuala Lumpur: LLG Cultural Development Centre, 2011, pp55-80.
  14. “An Assessment of Hsu Yun Tsiao’s Historical Study of East-West Relations”, Li Zhixiang(ed), South Sea Studies: Past, Present and the Future (Singapore: South Sea Society and Global Publishing, 2012), pp. 205-235。
  15. “Studies of Malay Linguistics and Literature and the Writings of British Colonialists”,Lin Zhongqiang(eds.) Proceedings of the First Biannual Malaysian Chinese Research Conference (Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2013, pp. 289-322.
  16. “Zhang Liqian and South Sea Studies: A Patriotic Scholar Working for National Revival through Learning”, Ho Khai Leong(ed), Centennial Tracing: A Study of Historical Personalities in Malaysia and Singapore, Petaling: Centre for Chinese Studies Research, University Tunku Abdul Rahman, 2013, pp. 151-172.
  17. An assessment on the cult of Baosheng Dadi in Penang, Chen Yiyuan(ed.), “Zhou Maoqi, Xingji Gong and the cult of Baosheng Dadi” (Tainan: Research Centre for Humanities and Social Science, NCKU; Tainan Da Kuan-yin Ting Xingji Gong, 2013), pp. 307-320.
  18. A brief account of the Chinese of Triang, Lew Bon Hoi(ed.) The Chinese of Triang District: Local History and Source Materials, (Kajang: New Era College, 2013), pp. 1-31.
  19. The role of KLSCAH in the cultural field (co-authored with Zhu Jinfang), Tan Ah Chai The 90th Anniversary Commemorative Issues of KLSCAH (Kuala Lumpur: The Kuala Lumpur & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall, 2015), pp. 239-260.
  20. An Overview of Studies on Lim Lian Geok in the past 20 years (1986-2008), Tan Liok Ee et al. Collected Essays on Lim Lian Geok (Selangor, Kuala Lumpur: New Era College, LLG Cultural Development Centre, The Federation of Alumni Association of Taiwan Universities, Malaysia, 2015), pp. 243-254.
  21. Dong Jiao Zong’s struggle for the rights of first language education (1951-2006), Zhang Xiaowei (ed.) Traditions and Foresight: New Visions on Malaysian Chinese Research. (Petaling Jaya: Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman Institute of Chinese Studies, 2015), pp. 97-117.
  22. “Development of Anxi-Guanqiao-Shanyi Liao Clansmen in Malaysia”, in Lim Chong Keang and Wang Ruixin(eds.), Pioneering and Dispersing: Hokkiens Along the Maritime Silk Road (New Era University College & Selangor and Kuala Lumpur Hokkien Association),2017, pp197-207.
  23. “Nocha Belief in Malaysia: Nocha Temple at Klang, Selangor as the object of discussion”, in Hsieh Kuo Hsing(ed.), NOCHA religious belief culture research (Tainan: Cultural Affairs Bureau, Tainan City Government & Taiwan Xinying Nocha Temple),2017, pp341-360.
  24. “An Assessment on Sun Yat-sen’s Sojourn Abord in Malaysia and Singapore”, Mok Soon Chong(ed.), Sun Yat-Sen’s Sojourn Abord,Kajang: New Era University College,2017, pp.200-211.
  25. “Pua Khein Seng——The road to success from village child to entrepreneurs”, Mok Soon Chong(ed.), Philanthropists in Malaysia and Singapore(Beijing: New Era University College),2018, pp302-321.
  26. The Introduction to Food and Beverage History on Malaysia Chinese, Lew Bon Hoi(ed.), Collected Essays on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture,2019, Kajang: New Era University College, Strategic Information and Research Development Centre, 2019,pp.197-220.
  27. Revelry of humans and gods - The relations between folk deities worship and human migration of Chinese Malaysians, Chen Yiyuan(ed), The Beauty of Temple in Taiwan and other place, Taipei: Liren Press, 2021, pp577-597.
  28. The folk believe of Malaysian Southern Fujian Community, Lin Hongyu, Zhong Darong(eds.), The Malaysia Studies, 2019-2020, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2021, pp62-88.
  29. The network of school establishment by Malaysian Minnanese, in Jiang Bo-Wei (ed.) Translocal Min-nan People (Hokkienese) and Their Cultural Network: The 2021 International Symposium on Min-nan Culture, Cultural Affairs Bureau of Kinmen County, Cultural Affairs Bureau, Taoyuan City Government, 2022, pp627-640.
  30. Overview of societal affairs in Keng Teck Whay. In Keng Teck Whay 200 years of Brotherhood, Singapore: Keng Teck Whay, August 2023, pp. 143-165.
  31. Ceremonial text in Keng Teck Whay Logbook. In Keng Teck Whay 200 years of Brotherhood, Singapore: Keng Teck Whay, August 2023, pp. 166-168.

CONFERENCES PAPER

  1. An Assessment of Hsu Yun-Tsiao’s Literary Status and Limitations in the Historical Studies of Malaysia and Singapore, Malaysian Chinese Culture and Education: review and prognosis , Kuala Lumpur, 22-23 November 2003.
  2. The Stereotype of Chinese Educationists: A Discussion on Tan Kah Kee, Tan Lark Sye and Lim Lian Geok, International Symposium on ‘Fujian Studies’ in Southeast Asia, Kuala Lumpur, 20-21 August 2005.
  3. Zhang Li-Qian, Yao Nan and Nanyang Studies in Malaysia and Singapore, The 1st New Era College Seminar on Southeast Asian Sinology: Chinese Scholars and Writers in British Malaya, New Era College, Selangor, Malaysia, 25 March 2006.
  4. An analysis of Confucius’ ideas on “teaching” and “learning”, Third International Symposium on Confucianism-Confucian culture, values and modern sense, Macau, 26-28 September, 2006.
  5. A Brief Introduction of the Early South-East Asian Studies in English (1786-1877) International Symposium: Sino-Malaysian Relations and Ethnic Chinese in Malaysia, Xiamen University, China, 19-23 April 2007.
  6. Southsea Studies in Malaysia and Singapore: Origin, Scope, Significance and Status, The Fourth International Conference of Institutes & Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies,Interaction and Innovation: Multidimensional Perspectives in Chinese Oversea Studies, Jinan University, Guangzhou, 9-11 May 2009.
  7. An Overview of Studies on Lim Lian Geok in the past 20 years, 1986-2008, National Seminar on Lim Lian Geok and the Malay World, New Era College, Selangor, Malaysia, 19 September 2009.
  8. The Concept of Southeast Asia Studies at 1930s, East Asia Regional Integration:Diaspora and Impact International Conference, Xiamen University, China, 19-20, Oct, 2009.
  9. The Twilight Years of Sim Mow Yu–His Activities, Contributions and Limitations (1994-2009), “The International Seminar–Sim Mow-Yu in History”, LLG Foundation, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 12-13 Dec 2009.
  10. An Overview of Chinese Translation on Southeast Asian Studies in Malaysia and Singapore in the Pre-war Period (1930-1941), The 2nd Seminar on British Malaya Studies in Malaysia- The Western Impression in British Malaya, Sarawak and Sabah, New Era College, Selangor, Malaysia, 6 Feb 2010.
  11. The 7th International Conference on Sinology in Malaysia, “Chinese Studies in Malaysia and Singapore at the Past 30 Years, 1981-2010”, University Malaya, Malaysia, 20-21 March 2010.
  12. An Assessment of Three translators in Chinese of Southeast Asia Studies, 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas, NTU, Singapore, 7-9 May 2010.
  13. An Assessment of Hsu Yun Tsiao’s Literary Works, A Sense of Home: The 3rd International Conference of Mahua Literary, New Era College, Selangor, Malaysia, 7-8 Aug 2010.
  14. An Assessment of Hsu Yun Tsiao’s History of East-West Relation Studies, The 70th Anniversary Symposium of South Sea Society: The Retrospection, Present, and Perspective of Southeast Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, Singapore, Dec 11, 2010.
  15. Pre-war Writings in English on the History of Malaysia, 2011 Annual Conference on Southeast Asian Studies in Taiwan, Graduate Institute of Asian Studies, Tamsui Campus, Tamkang University, April 29-30, 2011.
  16. Summary and direction of the struggle of Malaysia Jiaozong, International Conference on Overseas Chinese Societies Construction in the Internet Era, Overseas Chinese Institute, Hua Qiao University, May 13-17, 2011.
  17. Lien Shih Sheng’s life in Malaysia and Singapore (1948-1972), “Journey of Chinese Modern Literature” and International Conference of Sino-Malaysian Literature Research. Shaoxing University, Zhejiang, September 1-4, 2011.
  18. Zhang Liqian and Nanyang Studies, Conference on Malaysian/Singapore Chinese Historical Personalities, Centre for Chinese Studies Research, UTAR, and Singapore Asian Studies Society, Dec 3-4, 2011.
  19. Social Services and Contributions of the Malayan Chinese Businessmen during the British Colonial Era, International Conference, “Socioeconomic Development, Ethnicity and Social Cohesion: China and Malaysia in Perspective”, jointly organized by Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya and Faculty of Political Science, Qinghai Nationalities University, April 25-26, 2012.
  20. Ethnic recognition and First Language Education Struggles of Dong Jiao Zong, 2012 Annual Conference on Southeast Asian Studies in Taiwan, National Chi Nan University, April 27-28, 2012.
  21. Studies of Malayan Literature and written record by English Colonials. Inaugural Biennial Conference on Malaysian Chinese Studies, June 9-10, 2012.
  22. Social Services and Contributions of the Malaya and Singapore Chinese Merchants during the British Colonial Era. The 3rd Malaysian Symposium on “Chinese Societies of Malaya, Sarawak and North Borneo (Sabah) during the British Colonial Era”. Sarawak Chinese Cultural Association and New Era College Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, September 30, 2012.
  23. An Assessment of Hsu Yun-Tsiao’s Malaya and Siam Studies. Conference on “Malaysian Chinese in Historical Context: Interpretation and Assessment”, New Era College Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, Kajang, November 24-25,2012.
  24. International Conference on Sinology and Malaysian Chinese Studies, commemorating Professor Lim Chooi Kwa’s 70th Birthday,2012.
  25. Investigation on the Cult of Baosheng Dadi in Penang. International Conference on Xing Ji Gong and the cult of Baosheng Dadi, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, September 13-14, 2013.
  26. Investigation of Min Nan clans in Malaysian. Conference on Exploring and Revisiting Issues in Malaysian Chinese Research, New Era College, Kajang, November 8-9, 2014.
  27. An Assessment of Content and Features of Malaysia as a Third Sinosphere, 2015 ISSCO regional conference “East Asia and the Chinese Overseas”, Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea. May 28-30, 2015.
  28. Folk Religion of the Malaysian Min Nan People, “International Conference on Min Nan Culture”, Institute of Chinese Studies, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia, November 6-7, 2015.
  29. Classifications of Malaysian Folk History Documents and its effect on local chronicles research. The 7th Forum on Folk History Documents. Xiamen University Department of History, Xiamen, November 21-22, 2015.
  30. Development of Anxi-Guanqiao-Shanyi Liao Clansmen in Malaysia. The 2nd Southeast Asian Hokkiens Conference, Selangor and Kuala Lumpur Hokkien Association. December 12-13, 2015.
  31. “An Assessment on Sun Yat-sen’s Sojourn Abord in Malaysia and Singapore”, 2016 International Conference on Sun Yat-sen’s Sojourn Abord, 15-16 Oct, 2016.
  32. “An Introduction to Malaysia and Singapore's Cultural Development in Pre – war”, History and Responsibility: the development of Chinese education and Chinese literature in the context of One Belt One Road Conference, 28-30 Oct, 2016.
  33. International Forum on Economy and Culture in Jinjian, Malaysia,The Four  Deeds of Malaysia outstanding Jinjian figure, Sim Mou Yu, 19 Nov, 2016.
  34. The suggestion on the Writing of Chinese Social History in Malaysia in Recent 100 Years, International Conference for ‘Malaysian-Singaporean Chinese Studies: History, Politics and Culture’, Beijing University, 4-5 Dec, 2016.
  35. Nocha Belief in Malaysia: Nocha Temple at Klang, Selangor as the object of discussion, Taiwan Xinying Nocha Temple, and National History Department, Taiwan Cheng Kong University, The 2nd international conference of NOCHA religious belief, 17-18 Dec,2016.
  36. On the Network of Education of Fujian origin, Malaysia, International Symposium to mark the 90th Anniversary of Southeast Asian Studies and Overseas Chinese Studies at Jinan University, 15-16 July, 2017
  37. The introduction to folk belief on Malaysia Chinese, Temples, Trust and Trade: Chinese Temple Networks in Southeast Asia, NUS, 21-22 Nov, 2017
  38. “High-density development: Ten Chinese primary schools in Jelutong”, Malaysian Chinese and Village Development Workshop, Huaqiao University & New Era University College, March 3-6,2017.
  39. “Overview of Malaysian Chinese Studies (1930-present)”, International Conference on The Belt and Road Initiative and Sinology in Malaysia, New Era University College, July 2,2017.
  40. “The Southern Fujian Community and Its Network of Schools in Malaysia: An Assessment”, International Symposium to Mark the 90th Anniversary of Southeast Asian Studies and Overseas Chinese Studies, Jinan University, July 15-16,2017.
  41. “The Introduction to Food and Beverage History on Malaysia Chinese”, The 2nd Conference on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture, NEUC Tan Lark Sye Institute, Centre of Malaysian History, November 4-5,2017.
  42. “Introduction of Malaysian Chinese People's Faith”, Chinese Temple Network International Forum, National University of Singapore: Department of Chinese Studies, November 21-22,2017.
  43. “Traditional Industries of Jelutong, Penang”, Malaysian Chinese and Village Development the Third Workshop, New Era University College & Huaqiao University, March 24,2018.
  44. “The Southern Fujian Community and Its Network of Schools in Malaysia: An Assessment”, International Symposium on "New Silk Road and Southeast Asian Chinese: Investment, New Immigrants, Cross-border Connections, Cultural Identity", Center for Chinese Studies of Mahidol University, October 20-21,2018.
  45. “Introduction of Malaysian Chinese Folk Literature”, The 6th International Symposium on Pingtung Literature: Poetry, History, Cross-border, National Pingtung University, October 20-21,2018.
  46. “Study on the Important Organizational Elements of the Southern Fujian in Jelutong, Penang Island”, Malaysian Chinese and Village Development the Fourth Workshop, Huaqiao University & New Era University College, November 17,2018.
  47. “Retrospect and Prospect of Blood Relation Research”, The Review and Prospect Historical Research on Chinese Association: Conference and Exhibition in Commemoration of Wu Hua, Southern University College, April 27,2019.
  48. “Introduction of Malaysian Chinese Traditional Industries”, 2019 International Symposium on Folklore and Literature, Nanhua University, May 3-4,2019.
  49. International Symposium on Minnan Culture, National Taiwan Normal University, National Quemoy University, presented The network of school establishment by Malaysian Minnanese, 9-12 Dec, 2021.
  50. School of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Pingtung University, International Symposium on Southeast Asian Society and Culture, 2022, presented Chinese Etiquette and Customs in Malaysia, 14 April, 2022.
  51. Department of South East Asia, New Era University College, and Deaprt ment of History, Tamkang University, the 4th International Symposium on Chinese Folklore Studies in Malaysia, presented Introduction of dialectical songs in Malaysia and Singapore, 2-3 July, 2022.
  52. Pencalunan Kampung Baru di Malaysia sebagai Tapak Warisan Dunia UNESCO, The Second Glance: New Vision for New Village, presented Macap Baru New Village, Melaka. Seberang Prai, Penang, 12-14 August, 2022.
  53. Negeri Sembilan Chinese Assembly Hall, Construction and Sustainable Management: International Symposium on Malaysian Chinese Local History Research, presented Discussion on the operational mode and crowd integration of Chinese villages and towns in Malaysia, 20-21 August, 2022.
  54. "A homeland built through a century of struggles: The development of Post-war Malaysian Chinese Society." Keynote speech, the 3rd International Symposium for Young Scholars in Asia Seas, 23 July 2023.
  55. The dissemination and development of Chinese Culture in overseas: An Assessment of Content and Features of Malaysia as a Chinese Culture Sphere. Keynote Speech delivered in 2023 International Conference on Oceanic Culture-Exchange in the East Asian Seas: Literature, Industry, Migration, and Islands, National Taiwan Ocean University, November 24, 2023.
TALKS/ SPEECH ABROAD
  1. Experience in editing The Complete Works of Hsu Yun-Tsiao. Speech delivered on The Complete Works of Hsu Yun-Tsiao press conference in Singapore Zaobao literature week (City Reading Festival), June 3.
  2. Experience in editing The Complete Works of Hsu Yun-Tsiao. Speech delivered in The Complete Works of Hsu Yun-Tsiao book launch event in Singapore National Library, June 18.
  3. Experience in editing The Complete Works of Hsu Yun-Tsiao. Speech delivered in the 49th International Relationship Series Reading Club (No. 46 Nanyang Zhenren Salon), September 22.
  4. October 12th, “The substance and features of Malaysian Chinese’s cultural circle”, speech at College of Humanities, Shandong Linyi University
  5. “Relationship between deity worship in Chinese folk beliefs and population migration”, a speech delivered in “Gaze and recollection: Theirs and ours Southeast Asia and Kinmen”, an online conference organized by National Taiwan Normal University’s Overseas Chinese Research Centre.

EDITORIAL BOARD

  1. Editorial Board of Collection of Hsu Yun-Tsiao, 2005- 2018
  2. Editorial Board of Hundred Years History of Confucian Private Secondary School, 2006-2010
  3. Editorial Board of Humanities and Chinese Studies, 2006- present
  4. Editorial Board of Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2012-present
  5. Editorial Board of Journal of World Confederation of Institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies, 2016-present

ENCYCLOPEDIA AND DICTIONARY

  1. Huang Kunzhang (ed.), Encyclopedia of Chinese Overseas (Volume of education Science & Technology), Beijing: Chinese Overseas Publishing House, 1999.
  2. Leo Suryadinata, Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, 2007-2008, Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, Chinese Heritage Centre, Singapore.
  3. Ho Khai Leong (ed.), Encyclopedia of Malaysian Chinese Personalities, Petaling Jaya: UTAR, 2014.
PROJECT
  • Project of Corpus of Zhang Li-Qian, 2010-2, RM50,000 Research Fund.
  • Project of Malaysian Chinese personalities, 2009.05-2011.04, Ho Khai Leong (Team Leader)
    Lew Bon Hoi (Unit Leader) etc., RM 500,000 Research Fund.
  • Local history of Yap Tao Sha New Village
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Selection Committee of the Lim Lian Geok Spirit Award, 2009-2010
ADVISORY BOARD/ COMMITTEE Member, Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (2000-)
Member, Center for Malaysian Chinese Studies, (2003-)
Member, South Seas Society (2009-)
Name:
Position:
E-mail:
Academic Qualification:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. TEY Shi Bin
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (International and Corporate Development)
shibin.tey@newera.edu.my
B.A. (Hons) in Chinese Studies (Malaya)
M.A. in Chinese Ancient Literature (Central China Normal University, China)
Ph D. in Chinese Classical Philology (Central China Normal University, China)
PROFESSIONAL FIELD
MAJOR Chinese Classical Philology
RESEARCH AREAS Chinese Classical Philology, Bibliography Catalogue, Historical Records, Chinese Ancient Literature, Chinese Culture, Cultural Brands and Cultural Communication.
TEACHING SUBJECTS
  • Chinese Cultural Creatives Industries and Copywriting
  • Classical Philology
  • Historical Records
  • Selected Readings in Verse
  • Research Methodology
WORKING EXPERIENCE
Academic Work Experience
No. Position Department Work Unit Year
1. Dean and Associate Professor Institute of International Education New Era University College 2022.4-
2. Director and Assistant Professor Institute of International Education New Era University College 2019.4-2022.3
3. Assistant Professor and Deputy Head of Department Department of Chinese Language and Literature New Era University College 2018.1-2019.3
4. Assistant Professor Department of Chinese Language and Literature New Era University College 2018-2020.4
5. Lecturer Department of Chinese Language and Literature New Era College/New Era University College 2014-
6. Adjunct Lecturer Chinese Group in Department of Foreign Languages University Putra Malaysia 2016.9.1-2017.2
7. Assistant Lecturer of Immersion Programme of Chinese Cultural Lesson (Singapore Ngee Ann Polytechnic) School of Chinese Language and Literature Central China Normal University 2008.3-2008.7
Administrative Experience
1. Deputy Vice-Chancellor International and Corporate Development New Era University College 2024.1-
2. Director Branding and Creative Department New Era University College 2023.8.1-
3. Director Marketing and Sales Department New Era University College 2020.6.15-
4. Chairman Welfare Group New Era University College 2021.1.1-2021.12.31
Other Professional-related Appointments
1. Committee -- Liaoning Chinese Vocational Education Society Committee for External Exchange and Cooperation 2023-2028
2. Committee -- International Vocational Education Think Tank Council, Research Center for Humanities and Talent Development of the Belt and Road Initiative 2023.5.4-2026.5.4
3. Advisor I-Cool Percussion (24 Festival Drum Society) New Era University College  
4. Associate Professor with Agreement School of Foreign Languages University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (985, double first-class) 2022.1.1-2024.12.31
5. Visiting  Scholar The Center for Legal Studies in One Country Two Systems Beihang University(985) 2021.10.30-2024.10.30
6. Member of the First Malaysian Calligraphic History Professional Editorial Committee -- The Calligraphy Society of Malaysia 2021.3.15-
7. Brand Partnership -- Loka Made Sdn. Bhd 2021.1-
8. Brand Partnership -- P & P Creation Sdn. Bhd. 2020.12-
9. Corporate Branding and Copywriting Advisor -- Pusat Tuisyen Global Intelek 2020.11.1-
10. Corporate Branding and Copywriting Advisor -- Tenfly Academy Sdn Bhd 2020.11.1-
11. Project Manager Southeast Asia Research Center in Malaysia South China Normal University 2018-
12. Editor of “The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences in Malaysia” Tan Lark Sye Institute New Era University College 2018-
13. TTT Qualified Lecturer (Classic and Modern Management) -- Human Resources Department (HRDF) 2018-
14. Member of Editorial Board of “Xin Guang” Magazine Vice-Chancellor’s Office New Era University College 2018-
15. Chief Editor of “Zhong Wen Ren” Magazine Department of Chinese Language and Literature New Era College/New Era University College 2016-2021
16. Representative of Academic Committee Department of Chinese Language and Literature New Era College/New Era University College 2016-2019
17. Brand Copywriting Consultant -- JWC Global Sdn Bhd 2016-2019
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
DISSERTATION/
THESIS
【Master’s Thesis】Tey, S.B. (2010). The Eternity of Life and Death: the Perspective of Life and Death of Sima Qian from as According to the Determinant of Life and Death in Various Characters in Shiji. Wuhan: China Central Normal University.
【Doctoral Dissertation】Tey, S.B. (2014). The Classical Literary Language Novels of Qing Dynasty that recorded in Qingshigao Yiwenzhi, BuBian and Shiyi(Bibliographical Catalogue. Wuhan: China Central Normal University.
JOURNAL
No. Year Authorship Title and bibliographic information
1. 2024 Written Individually Tey, S. B. (2024). The Corporate Development and Social Responsibility of Nan Yuan SDN BHD and Yao Family in Kluang. Manuscript awaiting publication.
2. 2024 Co-Author Tey, S. B., Lim, J.Y. (2024). Reading, Writing, and Cultural Innovation: Building and Contributing to the Literary Community in Kluang. Manuscript awaiting publication.
3. 2024 Written Individually Tey, S. B. (2024). Spreading the Dharma with Artistry: A Study of Buddhist Sculptor Liu Qinghao from Chempaka Buddhist Lodge. Manuscript awaiting publication.
4. 2022 Written individually Tey, S. B. (2024). Conveying Praise and Criticism, Beyond the Ordinary: Exploring the Path of Studies and Academic Ideals in Zhang Shunhui's ‘Qingren Wenji Bielu’. Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture at the University of Malaya, 98-122.
Refer to appendix【1】
5. 2020 Written individually  Tey, S.B. ‘Tan Swie Hian- A Great Master who Conduct Multi-creation with Freedom’, Experts from The Association of Nanyang University Graduates, Kajang: New Era University College Tan Lark Sye Institute.
Manuscript awaiting publication.
6. 2020 Written individually Tey, S.B. ‘Rooting on the native and face the world: The global dissemination and innovation of Malaysia 24 Festival Drum towards the traditional drum’ (Updated manuscript), Onn Huann Jan: Collected Essays of Young Scholars: New Perspective on Johor Bahru, 2020, 141-163.
Refer to appendix【2】
7. 2019 Written individually Tey, S.B. Suicide Prevention: A Discussion on the Implications of Pre-Qin Dynasty Confucianism and Taoism in Modern Society,Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, Volume 8, No 1, 2019, 45-56.
Refer to appendix【3】
8. 2019 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2019). The Classical Literary Language Novels of Qing Dynasty that recorded in Qingshigao Yiwenzhi, BuBian(Bibliographical Catalogue. “Xue Wen”. No.16, 14-17.
Refer to appendix【4】
9. 2019 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2019). The Yongchun Community and The Textile Trade of Tangkak,Johor. Malaysia Journal of Humanities and Social Science. 8(2), 59-66.
Refer to appendix【5】
10. 2019 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2019). Research on the development of Taiwanese Opera Culture and audience in Malaysia and Singapore. Lew.B.H.(Ed): Collected Essays on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture,2019. Petaling Jaya: Strategic Information Research Center. Kajang: New Era University College. 159-190.
Refer to appendix【6】
11. 2019 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2019). A Study of the Compilation in New Edition Mandarin Teaching Material of National High School (KSSM). Zhang, Y.D. & Zhuang, G.T. (Eds). Overseas Chinese Philology Journal, Social Science Literature Press 2019 CNI Directory Collection/Excellent Collection, Shanghai: Social Science Academic Press, Volume 7, 54-71.
Refer to appendix【7】
 12. 2019 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2019). Spirit of Personal Bibliophile and Tan Lark Sye Library Collection. “Zhong Wen Ren”. No.19, 64-66.
Refer to appendix【8】
13. 2018 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2018). ‘Perfect Practice of Gu Run Jin: The bond between development of enterprise and community responsibility’, Mok Soon Chong: Philanthropist in Malaysia and Singapore. Kajang: New Era University College. 66-84.
Refer to appendix【9】
14. 2017 Written individually Tey, S.B. Rooting on the native and face the world: The global dissemination and innovation of Malaysia 24 Festival Drum towards the traditional drum. Zhang, Y.D. & Zhuang, G.T. (Eds). Overseas Chinese Philology Journal, Social Science Literature Press 2019 CNI Directory Collection/Excellent Collection, Volume 4, 202-217.
Refer to appendix【10】
15. 2016 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2016). Research on the evolution of Su Shi’s life affect the process of his poeticization. UM Chinese Literature and Cultural Journal, 2016,4(2), 53-64.
Refer to appendix【11】
16. 2016 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2016). Discussion of Dukes’ Suicide in the Records of Grand Historian. Huazhong Academic, CSSI Collection,Volume 3,118-126.
Refer to appendix【12】
17. 2016 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2016). Research on Taoism Efficacious Records in Yunji qiqian. Chinese Literature and Cultural,4(1),49-62.
Refer to appendix【13】
18. 2015 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2015). Qingshigao Yiwenzhi and Baqianjuanlou Shumu: A Comparative Study of Bibliographical Catalogues of Qing Dynasty Novels. Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Science. Kajang: New Era College. 35-42.
Refer to appendix【14】
19. 2015 Written individually  Tey, S.B. (2015). A Research About a Statement That Pointed Out by Zhao Yi: Yao Cha Was Actually the Initiator of Classical Prose Writing. Thesis Collection of International Conference on Asian Chinese Culture and Literature. Kuala Lumpur: Mentor Publishing Sdn Bhd. 301-311.
Refer to appendix【15】
20. 2013 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2013). Humorous and Analogy of Bai Yu Jing. Mt Wutai Researches, 3, 14-17.
Refer to appendix【16】
21. 2013 Written individually Tey, S. B. (2013). Chinese Concepts of the Afterlife: A Study of the Theme and Composition of the T-Shaped Silk Painting in Mawangdui Tomb No. 1. Journal of Hubei University, Special Issue.
Refer to appendix【17】
22. 2013 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2013). The Comparison to a Classic Novel catalog of Dynasty Qing between Qingshigao Yiwenzhi and Siku Quanshu Zongmu. Central China Academic, CSSI Collection, Volume 7, 73-86. Refer to appendix【18】
23. 2013 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2013). Applying Broad Learning to Transcend Ordinary Studies: Reading Notes about "Qingren Wenji Bielu." Chinese Culture Research, Peking University Indexed Journal, Volume 3, 48-55. Refer to appendix【19】
24. 2013 Written individually Tey, S. B. (2013). Self-Mutilation: A Study on the Life-and-Death Decisions of Characters in "Shi Ji." Journal of Weinan Normal University, Core Journal of Chinese Humanities and Social Sciences at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Research Center for Chinese Science Evaluation of Wuhan University, Volume 5, 22-24.
Refer to appendix【20】
25. 2013 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2013). A Study on Literary Theory of Zhao Yi in “Nian Er Shi Zhaji”. Huazhong Normal University Journal of Postgraduates,3,25-29.
Refer to appendix【21】
26. 2010 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2010). Wu Zi Xu, A choice between life and death: The emotion being of Sima Qian. The Reception and Dissemination of Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature. Kuala Lumpur: Department of Chinese Language, University of Malaya.
Refer to appendix【22】
27. 2008 Written individually Tey, S.B. (2008). Emphasis etiquette or hegemony: The progressive idea of Zuozhuan. In Pursuit of Originality:Writings on Classical and Modern Chinese Literature,Edited by Teo Lay Teen. Kuala Lumpur: Department of Chinese Language, University of Malaya.
Refer to appendix【23】
BOOKS
(ranked by importance of achievement, followed by year of publication)
No. Year Authorship Title Publishing City/
Publisher
1. To be added Written individually Development, Deep Cultivation, Adaptation, and Perseverance: The Community Well-being of Hokkien Chinese Village in Tangkak, Johor, Malaysia. (Awaiting Publication). New Era University College
Huaqiao University
2. 2023.12 Co-authored The Translation Annotation and Commentary on The Dream Pool Essays
Refer to appendix【25】
Wuhan: Chongwen Publishing House
3. 2020.3 Written individually The Classical Literary Language Novels of Qing Dynasty that recorded in Qingshigao Yiwenzhi, BuBian and Shiyi. (one of the phased achievements of the National Social Science Fund's key project “A Collection of Describing Novel Materials in the Twenty-Five Histories ‘Yiwenzhi’” (11AZD062), hosted- by Dr. Wang Qizhou)
Refer to appendix【26】
Taipei: Hua-Mu-Lan Culture Publishing Company
4. 2015 Participated in composing Zhang, S.X., Mao, J.J.(Eds). Synopsis of the Chinese Classical Electronic Documents Database.
Refer to appendix【27】
Guangzhou: China Publishing Co. World Book inc
5. 2023.11 Editor-in-Chief Remembering My Initial Goals, Leaping to New Heights: NEUC 25th Anniversary Commemorative Publication (1998-2023) “Towards the Pinnacle” (2019-2023) Kajang: New Era University College
6. 2023.8 Editor-in-Chief A Collection of University Addresses by Daisaku Ikeda (Chinese edition)
Refer to appendix【28】
Kajang: New Era University College
7. 2020 Editor-in-Chief  “Zhong Wen Ren”- About Love, No.20.
Refer to appendix【29】
Kajang: New Era University College
8. 2019 Editor-in-Chief  “Zhong Wen Ren”- The Afterglow of Twilight: Routinely Producing and Creating, No 19.
Refer to appendix【30】
Kajang: New Era University College
9. 2019 Editorial board Xin Guang Magazine, issue 10, 2019
Refer to appendix【31】
Kajang: New Era University College
10. 2019 Editorial board Xin Guang Magazine, issue 9, 2019
Refer to appendix【32】
Kajang: New Era University College
11. 2018 Editor-in-Chief Philanthropists in Malaysia and Singapore – Beijing Launching Ceremony Commemorative Special Issue.
Refer to appendix【33】
Kajang: New Era University College
12. 2018 Co-editor Double 10 Happiness – New Era University College 20th Anniversary Commemorative Edition.
Refer to appendix【34】
Kajang: Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era University College.
13. 2018 Editor-in-Chief “Zhong Wen Ren”-Home, where do I belong to, No 18.
Refer to appendix【35】
Kajang: New Era University College
14. 2019 Executive editor Anthology of Chinese Studies of Southeast Asian Chinese. Kajang: New Era University College
15. 2015 Executive editor “Zhong Wen Ren”-Malaysian Children Literature. Kajang: New Era College
Other non-academic related publications
16. 2011 Written individually Spiritual Inspiration: The Travels of the Three Realms by Master Azam King Johor Bahru: Blank Grid Bookstore
17. 2007 One of the writers Edited by Lim Qing Qing andLee Chi Hang:Luo Mu Xiao Wu Bian Kuala Lumpur: Dream Seed Publisher
CONFERENCE
No. Date Seminar Topics and Locations Roles Title
1. 2023.11.17 2023 1st Kuala Lumpur World Chinese Language Education Forum Keynote Speaker “A Study on the Curriculum Directory of Departments of Chinese Language and Literature in Malaysian Colleges and Universities”
2. 2023.11.17 2023 1st Kuala Lumpur World Chinese Language Education Forum Host Speaker: Ong Swee Kok, Ma Jin, Ma Ziran, Mok Soon Chong
3. 2023.3.13 Luban Workshop Overseas Vocational Education Conference Keynote Speaker --
4. 2022.11.26-27 International Conference in Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Death of Mr. Tan Lark Sye Moderator Speaker: Mok Soon Chong, Zhuang Guotu, Ku Hung-ting
5. 2022.11.7 China-Malaysia Inter-School Cooperative Academic Exchange and Professional Development Conference Keynote Speaker “International Alliances and Industry-Academia Collaboration in Higher Education”
6. 2021.12.4 Han Zhong Education Seminar Presenter “Mission with nostalgia: The Current Situation and Reflection of the Education Development of Chinese Departments in Malaysian Colleges”
7. 2021.10.30 The 40th Anniversary Celebration Meeting of Zhejiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages and the 20th Asian University Presidents Forum (AUPF) Presenter (Joint publication with Professor Mok Soon Chong) “The Input and Output of International Education between China and Malaysia under the Epidemic: Based on the Research of New Era University College in Malaysia”
8. 2020.11.6 International Forum on Regional Cooperation and Prosperity Sharing under the New Regional Order Host --
9. 2019.12.7 International academic seminar on “Southeast Asian Chinese and the New Culture Movement”, Kajang: New Era University College Session hostCommittee of conference --
10. 2018.11.17 The Development between Huaqiao University FuJian Nationality Overseas diaspora and Malaysian Academic Workshop, Huaqiao University Presenter “Family and Trade Name: The Rooting, Development and Pursuit of the Tey Meng Poh’s Family in Johor, Malaysia”
11. 2018.9.3 Dissemination of International Academic Conference. Kajang: New Era University College PresenterConference coordinator “A Study of the Compilation in New Mandarin Teaching Material of National High School (KSSM) – – By Using the example of Courses ‘Selected Reading in Verse’ in New Era University College”
12. 2018.5.5 The Taiwan Cultural Narrative in Malaysia Chinese Education, Taiwan: Soochow University PresenterConference coordinator  “An appreciation on Song Verse and Creative Teaching – By Using the example of Courses ‘Selected Reading in Verse’ in New Era University College”
13. 2018.5.4 5th International Conference on China Ancient Chinese Literature, Taipei: Soochow University Presenter  “To revise the mistaken collection of ‘The collections in Sun’s ancestral temple’ and ‘The collections in Wenrui building’ Bibliographical Catalogues in Qing Dynasty”
14. 2018.3.24 Malaysian Chinese and Village Development Workshop (Organized by New Era University College and China Hua Qiao University), Kajang: New Era University College Presenter “The Ebb and Flow of the Textile Industry in Tangkak”
15. 2017.11.4 The Second International Conference on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture, Kajang: New Era University College Presenter  “Research on the development of Taiwanese Opera Culture and audience in Malaysia and Singapore”
16. 2017.11.4 The Second International Conference on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture, Kajang: New Era University College Session hostPanelist --
17. 2017.7.2 International Symposium on “The Belt and Road Initiative and Malaysian Sinology”, New Era University College Coordinator --
18. 2017.7.2 International Symposium on “The Belt and Road Initiative and Malaysian Sinology”, New Era University College Session host --
19. 2016.10.28 Meeting theme: “The History and Responsibility: Developments and opportunities of Chinese education and literature under the background of ‘The Belt and Road’ , China and Malaysia International Chinese Seminar, Nan Ning, Guang Xi Session hostPanelist --
20. 2015.8.1-2  The International Academic Seminar of Han Shi Yi, Perak: Kampar Presenter “The Source of The Classical Literary Language Novels of Qing Dynasty that recorded in Qingshigao Yiwenzhi Bubian”
21. 2015.5.30 “International academic forum on Malaysian Chinese Literature and Unveiling Ceremony of Fang Xiu Library”, New Era College HostCommittee of conference --
22. 2015.5.14-
15
The International Academic Seminar of Literature and Aesthetics, New Taipei: Tamkang University Presenter “Preventing Suicide, Treasuring Life: Exploring the Contemporary Relevance of the Life Philosophy of Confucianism and Daoism.”
23. 2014.10.20
 
 International Academic Seminar of Malaysia Chinese Studies Review and Exploration, New Era College Session hostPanelist --
24. 2013.1.18 The International Academic Seminar of Asia Chinese Cultural and Literature, Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Presenter “A Research About A Statement That Pointed Out By Zhao Yi: Yao Cha Was Actually The Initiator of Classical Prose Writing”
25. 2009.8.9 The International Academic Seminar of China Literature’s Spread and Reception, Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Presenter “Wu Zi Xu, a choice between life and death: The emotion being of Sima Qian”
RESEARCH PROJECTS
No. Year Title Project members Project Sponsor Progress Roles
1. 2022 A Study on the Kluang Old Street's Role in Community Construction and Development 7 Department of Southeast Asian Studies, New Era University College; K Lab In progress Participated in composing
2. 2021 Annotated Catalog of the Collections of Chempaka Buddhist Lodge More than 20 people Chempaka Buddhist Lodge In progress Co-host
3. 2021 Research and publication of “Salvation for the people: Buddhism and the history and important figures of Buddhist Lodges in Malaysia” More than 10 people Chempaka Buddhist Lodge In progress Co-host
4. 2017 A Research Grant of New Era University College (Since May 2017) regarding The Publishing Project of Collection of Philanthropist in Singapore and Malaysia (responsible in writing the part of Tan Sri Koo Yuen Kim) More than 20 people New Era University College Project ended Participated in composing
5. 2016 An Academic Workshop for Hokkien Population in Malaysia and The Development of Malaysia Village (Since July 2016) that lead by Professor Chen Cong Yuan from Huaqiao University, China -- Huaqiao University Special Funding Project for Overseas Chinese Studies of Huaqiao University, chaired by Chen Tsung Yuen Project ended Participated in composing
6. 2016 A Research Grant of Tan Lark Sye Institute (Since 2016) regarding The Publishing Project of People Collection of Nanyang University (responsible in writing the part of Tan Swie Hian) More than 10 people Tan Lark Sye Research Institute In-service Faculty Research Fund Program Project ended Participated in composing
7. 2015.4 A Research Grant of Tan Lark Sye Institute (Since April 2015) regarding Proposal of Literary Studies for “From Attached Sheet to Supplement to Lat Pau” 3 Tan Lark Sye Research Institute In-service Faculty Research Fund Program Project ended Participated in composing
8. 2014  “The Comparison on Classic Novel catalog between Qingshigao Yiwenzhi, Bubian and Shiyi” -- -- Project ended PhD thesis writing
9. 2008-2009 Research regarding the China Academic circle and Malaysian Chinese Culture (lead by Dr. Fan Pik Wah) -- -- Project ended Research assistant
NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES
No. Date Title Source
1. 2022.6.16 Farewell to Mr. Yong, Forever Alive in Our Hearts Sinchew Daily
2. 2022.5.4 A Well-Known Cikgu at New Era University College Sinchew Daily
3. 2022.4.12 Promoting Environmental Awareness and Advocating for Sustainable Lifestyles China Press Daily
4. 2021.1.26 Your smile China Press Daily
5. 2021.1.12 The scoop of passionate devotion China Press Daily
6. 2020.12.29 Returning Home China Press Daily
7. 2020.12.15 My charm as an adult China Press Daily
8. 2020.12.1 Reading circle and Discipleship China Press Daily
9. 2020.11.17 Warmth and cold at the western district of the mountains of osmanthus in Central China Normal University China Press Daily
10. 2020.11.3 Can you endure hardship? China Press Daily
11. 2020.10.20 The Journey of Pursuing a PhD China Press Daily
12. 2020.9.13 I’m living well now China Press Daily
13. 2020.8.30 Things about part-time 1.0 China Press Daily
14. 2020.8.16 As Far As You Can Fly China Press Daily
15. 2020.8.2 Part-time Thrills China Press Daily
16. 2020.8.2 While Driving is a Thing China Press Daily
17. 2020.7.19 When Culinary Becomes an Art China Press Daily
18. 2020.6.18 When pleasure comes later China Press Daily
19. 2019.11.18 Let's take off in our dreams China Press Daily
20. 2018.4 Hong Men: A Banquet for the World Zhong Wen Ren, Issue 18
21. 2018.2.13 The subtle beauties of Chinese New Year in Big Family China Press Daily
22. 2018.1.9 Learning adventures as a beginner China Press Daily
23. 2017 (6 issues) The Chinese Grand View Garden Sin Chew Daily
24. 2016.1.26 The Illuminated City Lights on The Causeway Sin Chew Daily
25. 2015.12  Useless is The Most Useful Zhong Wen Ren, Series 3
26. 2015.2.10 Turmeric Rice (prose) Kwong Wah Daily
27. 2014.12.10 A Cold Library (prose) Feng Cai Magazine
28. 2014.4.9 Chinese Studies of University of Malaya’s development is a long and arduous task Sin Chew Daily
29. 2014.1.14 My Chinese-Learning Journey (prose) Kwong Wah Daily
30. 2013.6  Humorous of “Bai Yu Jing” Zheng Xin (Buddhist Magazine)
31. 2012.8.2 How important is academic qualifications? (News commentaries)
Incident of Seow Yuan Sheng (News commentaries)
Oriental Daily
32. 2012 Interpreting the poem “To HCK” written by Fang Ang (Literary criticism) Malaysian Chinese Literature: Inheritance and Creativity
33 2010 The Illuminated City Lights on The Causeway The 3rd International Chinese Prose Writing Contest
34 Issue 5, 2009 Thoughts of a overseas traveler (Poem) Southeast Asia Poetry
35 Issue 4, 2009 Embracing Beauty(Poem) Southeast Asia Poetry
36-53. 2008/2009 One of the columnists of “Six Intellectual Women's Column”, (18 issues in total, 18 articles written) Feng Cai Magazine
SPEECH AND HOSTING EXPERIENCE
Presenter
No. Date Title Local/
Overseas
Organizer Roles
1. 2024.1.4 “Leadership” Department Training Local Institute of International Education, Branding and Creative Department of New Era University College Presenter
2. 2023.12.27 “Course Consultation Scenario Simulation: SWOT Analysis and Strategies” Department Training Local Marketing and Sales Department, New Era University College Presenter
3. 2023.12.26 The Spread and Development of Malaysia's Twenty-Four Festive Drums Local Department of Chinese Studies, New Era University College Presenter
4. 2023.12.20 The Wisdom of Historical Records (Shiji) and Modern Management Overseas New Era University College Presenter
5. 2023.11.2 Learning Administrative Management Wisdom from Historical Records (Shiji) Overseas Shandong Agriculture And Engineering University Presenter
6. 2023.8.11 Whispers of Waves in the Written Verse Local Department of Chinese Studies, New Era University College Presenter
7. 2023.7.20 Emulating Liu Bang's Leadership Local PhiloPreneur Happiness Business School (New Era University College, Seiwajyuku Malaysia) Presenter
8. 2023.7.10 Youthful Aspirations: A Flight of Dreams Local Marketing and Sales Department, New Era University College Presenter
9. 2023.6.30 My Journey with Chinese Language and Leadership: Starting with the Chinese Language Society Local The United Chinese School Committees' Association of Selangor and Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Presenter
10. 2023.5.30 The Significance of Branding to Me Local Marketing and Sales Department, New Era University College Presenter
11. 2023.5.27 The Power of Word and Our Chinese Education Local Malaysia Secondary School Chinese Language Teachers Association Presenter
12. 2023.4.2 “2023 China International Education Exhibition Tour (CIEET)” Presentation from New Era University College Overseas China Education Service Center for International Exchange (CESCIE) Presenter
13. 2023.2.10 The Power of Word and Copywriting: A Chinese Studies Student's Practical Experience in Copywriting Local Institute of Chinese Studies, UTAR Presenter
14. 2022.11.25 English and Chinese Copywriting Workshop Local Student Society of Chinese Language and Linguistics, Universiti Malaya Co-presenter
15. 2022.11.4 “SWOT Analysis and Strategies” Department Training Local Institute of International Education, New Era University College Presenter
16. 2022.11.4 “Effective Personal Task Management + Crisis Management” Department Training Local Institute of International Education, New Era University College Presenter
17. 2022.10.21 Higher Education Institutions Promoting Chinese Culture and Calligraphy Art in Overseas Overseas Beijing Haidian Culture Development Promotion Center Presenter
18. 2022.10.5 Analyzing the Leadership and Political Careers of Liu Bang and Xiang Yu from the Qin and Han Dynasties Local Registrar, New Era University College Presenter
19. 2022.7.17 Ideal Parenting in “The Family Instructions of Master Yan” Local Faqing Academy Presenter
20. 2022.7.10 Parental Figures in Literature from the Ming and Qing Dynasties Local Faqing Academy Presenter
21. 2022.7.3 The Relationship Between Monarchs and Ministers, Fathers and Sons in “Records of the Grand Historian” Local Faqing Academy Presenter
22. 2022.6.4 The Multiverse of Language Local Let There Be Light, Kluang Co-Presenter
23.
 
2022.2.28-
2022.5.2
Monsoon Books Lessons “Sima Qian and Life Workplace Learning from the 'Records of the Grand Historian” Local Monsoon Books Kuala Lumpur, Mentor Publishing Presenter
24. 2021.12.11 Nostalgic mission of Chinese Educators in Malaysia Local Institute of International Education, New Era University College Presenter
25. 2021.9.16 My origin- Tangkak” Got Talent- Tell us your story Local “My origin- Tangkak” Facebook Live Streaming Presenter
26. 2021.9.13 A dilemma for fresh graduates: A job I like with low pay or dislike but higher pay? Local “Listen to Me” events series of the Department of Guidance and Counseling Psychology, New Era University College Panelist
27. 2021.9.9 Family and Trade Name: The rooting, development and pursuit of Yongchun people in Tangkak Local “New Era Humanities Hall Series 1: Chinese Businessmen: Humanistic Feelings” Presenter
28. 2021.5.15 Worthless or Words Are Worth a Thousand? How Zhong Wen Ren Make Words Valuable Local New Era University College Presenter
29. 2021.4.15 Falling and awakening: I read “As Beautiful as Freedom: The Children’s Paintings Remains in the Jewish Concentration Camp” Local UM Chinese Studies Literature Fortnight Presenter
30. 2020.12.7 Family and Trade Name: The Rooting, Development and Pursuit of the Tey Meng Poh’s Family and “Zhong Xing Zhan” in Tangkak, Johor, Malaysia Overseas Liaoning Jianzhu Vocational College Presenter
31. 2020.10.24 The past serves the present: The wisdom of Chinese historical philosophy Local New Era University College and Sin Chew Daily Presenter
32. 2020.9.20 Motivation to learn Local Yuk Choy High School Presenter
33. 2020.8.26 One man can experience a reversal of fortune through a dream Local SMK Seri Kembangan Presenter
34. 2020.5.2 Chinese and the present world Local Sparkz Education Forum: Education can be different Presenter
35. 2019.12.30 Corporate Seminar Workshop: A Work’s Perspective Local JWC Global Sdn Bhd Presenter
36. 2019.12.12 Listen to your inner voice Local New Era University College Presenter
37. 2019.11.21 Family and Trade Name: The Rooting, Development and Pursuit of the Tey Meng Poh’s Family and “Zhong Xing Zhan” in Tangkak, Johor, Malaysia Overseas Haikou University of Economics Presenter
38. 2019.8.16 The Elegance of Ancient Literature and Knacks for Learning Ancient Chinese Local SMK Taman Bukit Maluri Presenter
39. 2019.4.13-14 Creative Stories from Copywriter to Client Local New Era University College Presenter
40. 2019.01.05 The Power of Copywriting Local New Era University College Experience Camp Presenter
41. 2018.5.14 Courses on Chinese Literature and Copywriting Local SMJK Yu Hua Presenter
42. 2017.10.26 The beauties and functions of Chinese Local Catholic High School Presenter
43. 2017.9.10 An open window for Chinese: Introduction the courses of Department of Chinese Literature and Language in New Era University College Local Carnival of Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya Presenter
44. 2017.7.14 As Beautiful as Freedom Local Kuen Cheng High School Presenter
45. 2017.5.20 The Power of Literature Local Poi Lam High School, Perak Presenter
46. 2017.4.28-
29
The Reason of Learning Chinese Local Segamat “Motivation Camp on the Chinese Language” Presenter
47. 2017.2.25 The Discussion between Purpose and Chinese Language Local Visitation of Kwang Hua High School to New Era College Presenter
48. 2017.1.24 The Necessity of Chinese Local SMK Seri Lalang Presenter
49. 2016.9.7 Exchange Meeting of Chinese Studies Students Local The 11th New Era College Chinese Department Literature Week Presenter
50. 2016.6.25 My Chinese Journey and My Quest for Chinese Culture Local SMJK Segamat,Johor Presenter
51. 2016.6.24 Reading and Writing in Literary     Local SMK Jementah, Johor Presenter
52. 2016.6.19 It’s time to get home: from here, I started my Chinese Journey Local SMK Taman Daya Presenter
53. 2016.6.18 I Teach Mandarin VS I Learn Mandarin Local Visiting of SMK Sungai Besar,New Era College Presenter
54. 2016.6.8 Cultural and Creativity Local National Chinese Cultural Camp, New Era College Presenter
55. 2016.4.23 Creativity in Writing and Culture: Making a Different Local Workshop for SMK/SMJK Mandarin Teacher, New Era College Presenter
56. 2015.11 Reading as an umbrella for me Local Oriental Art and Cultural Association Presenter
57. 2015.10 The Power of Characters towards my Life Local An Exhibition for Chinese Education, by Rainbow Society Presenter
58. 2015.8 My University Philosophy and Reflection Local New Era College Orientation Camp Presenter
59. 2015.8 My Chinese Journey: Past, Present and Future Local Motivation Camp on the Chinese Language, New Era College Presenter
60. 2015.6 My Chinese Journey Local Visiting of SMK Jementah to New Era College Presenter
61. 2015.5 What is Cultural and Creativity? Local Training camp of the Culture Promotion Centre of New Era College Presenter
62. 2015.5 Where is the Future of Chinese Studies? Why I learn Chinese Studies? My Thinking of Chinese Studies Local Chung Hwa High School, Seremban Presenter
63. 2014.11 Learn Ancient Writings Happily Local Tsun Jin High School Presenter
64. 2013.3 The attractiveness of Chinese Language: the importance of learning Chinese, sitting for SPM Chinese Examinations Local Seri Kota Puteri Secondary School Presenter
65. 2012.12 Malaysian Chinese Cultural Lifestyle: My Chinese Learning Journey Overseas “Tan Lu Zhe International Youth Hostel”, Wuhan, China Presenter
66. 2011.11 Malaysian Chinese Cultural Lifestyle: My Chinese Learning Journey Overseas Advertisement and Art Design Faculty, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China Presenter
67. 2011.5 Research Methodology for Postgraduate Students Local Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya Presenter
68. 2011.4 Tolerant: A Cultural Characteristic of The Hans people from the Ancient to Modern Local SJK(C) Foon Yew (5), Johor Presenter
69. 2009.7 I study Chinese, I take Chinese exams Local Taman Daya Secondary School Presenter
Host
No. Date Title Local/
Overseas
Organizer Roles
1. 2023.10.21 Chai Siaw Ling “Dong” Book Sharing Event Local Eslite Bookstore Host
2. 2023.7.31 “Progressive Guangdong Vocational Education in Art and Design: A Case Study of the Guangdong Industry Polytechnic High-level Artistic Design Specialization with Chinese Characteristics” Lecture By Professor Gui Yuanlong Overseas New Era University College Host
3. 2023.3.22  “Tan Lark Sye Lecture Series” 15th Talk by Professor Liu Xinglin: The Reason of the Rise of Qin Dynasty Overseas New Era University College Host
4. 2023.2.22  “Tan Lark Sye Lecture Series” 14th Talk by Professor Zhang Sanxi: A Discussion of the Motto’s Self-warning Significance Overseas New Era University College Host
5. 2022.10.23 Book Launch Event with a Special Presentation on "The Complete Works of Hsu Yun-Tsiao" Local Soka Gakkai Malaysia Host
6. 2022.8.5 Goaty Wong “Anything Essential is Invisible to the Eye” Book Sharing Event Local Monsoon Books Kuala Lumpur Host
7. 2022.6.29 "A Study of the Talent Training System with Minnan Cultural Characteristics in ASEAN International Chinese Education." Lecture By Professor Li Shunxing Overseas Minnan Normal University Host
8. 2021.12.1 “Why Japanese Scholars studies Malaysian Chinese Literature” Lecture By Professor Masutani Satoshi Local New Era University College Host
9. 2021.11.24 “Tan Lark Sye Lecture Series” 1st Talk by Professor Fan Ruolan Local New Era University College Host
10. 2021.10.28 “Academic and cultural lecture series of Huainan Normal University and New Era University College: University President Lecture” (Vice Chancellor of New Era University College, Dr. Mok Soon Chong and Vice Chancellor of Huainan Normal University, Dr. Li Linqi) Overseas New Era University College, Huainan Normal University Host
11. 2021.9.24 “How to use wealth management to win at the starting point: Financial tips for not having enough money (Interview session with Ms. Agnest Siaw), New Era University College Lecture Series on Further Education and Career Planning Local New Era University College Host
12. 2020.12.30 “Culture talk: Ukraine”, Online talk of Language and Intercultural Centre, Institute of International Education Overseas New Era University College Host
13. 2018.7.17 “The Living Library: Ma Bao Jing, Chen Li Shao and Koh Hui Ling”, “Dynamic as nature” 20th Anniversary of Department of Chinese Language and Literature and 13th Literary Week Local New Era University College Host
14. 2018.4.21 “The living library: Wu Liu Ying”, “Dynamic as nature” Grand Award Ceremony and Motivation Camp on Chinese Language Local New Era University College Host
15. 2016.9.7 “Writers Exchange’s Night”, The 2nd Huazong Literature Camp Local New Era College Host
16. 2016.4.23 “The living library: Lucas and Chris”, The 2nd New Era College Kajang Community Book Fair Local New Era College Host
17. 2016.4.21 “The living library: Fanglu”, The 2nd New Era College Kajang Community Book Fair Local New Era College Host
18. 2015.4.11 “A Talk of The Principal of NEC: My University life”, The 1st New Era College Kajang Community Book Fair Local New Era College Host
EVENTS AND BRAND BUILDING
No. Date Project/Activity Local/
Overseas
Involving partners Roles
1. 2023 New Era UC Member APP Overseas -- Project Director
2. 2023.12 New Era University College “A Week of Classes for Chinese Language and Literature Students” Local -- Planner
3. 2023.11.19 New Era University College Campus Music Album Release Party and Charity Concert (Nearly 900 Participants) Local -- Project Director
4. 2023.10 New Era University College Graduation Party in October 2023 Local -- Advisor
5. 2023.7.20 PhiloPreneur Happiness Business School Local Seiwajyuku Malaysia Coordinator
6. 2023.7 New Era University College Promotion Video: Recruitment Short Film for Department of Chinese Language and Literature Overseas Ansh Planner
7. 2023.5 New Era University College Corporate Video Overseas Ansh Planner
8. 2023.3 New Era University College Promotion Video: Recruitment Short Film for Department of Business Studies Overseas Ansh Planner
9. 2023.4.14-2024.1.13 National SPM Chinese Language Class 2023 Local Sin Chew Daily, Sin Chew Love Mandarin Movement Committee, Cahaya Sin Chew, Malaysia Secondary School Chinese Language Teachers Association, Persatuan Kebajikan Guru-guru Bahasa Cina Sekolah Menengah Selangor, Penerbitan Seni Hijau Sdn Bhd Planner
10. 2023.4 New Era University College Graduation Party in April 2023 Local -- Advisor
11. 2023.1.3 New Era University College 25th Anniversary Celebration Opening Ceremony Local -- Co-Planner
12. 2023 Eslite Spectrum at The Starhill KL: The Messengers by JWC Local -- Copywriter
13. 2022 New Era University College Campus Music Album “Flying High” 2.0 Overseas -- Project Director
14. 2022 New Era University College Flea Market Local -- Project Director
15. 2022 New Era University College “Go Active Campus Project” Local -- Project Director
16. 2022.11.29 E-commerce Training Center Overseas Beijing Vocational College of Labour and Social Security Coordinator
17. 2022.10 New Era University College Graduation Party in October 2022 Local -- Coordinator
18. 2022.9.1- New Era KWF Tea Academy Local Kong Wooi Fong Tea Merchants Sdn Bhd Coordinator
19. 2022.8.27 Pesta Kebudayaan Cina 2022 @ Mantin Local The Federation of Chinese Associations Malaysia (Huazong), Dewan Perhimpunan Cina Negeri Sembilan etc. Chinese Culture Advisor
20. 2022.7 New Era University College Promotion Video: Recruitment Short Film for the Departments of Business Studies and Finance and Accounting Overseas Ansh Planner
21. 2022.7 New Era University College Promotion Video “We are New Era” Overseas  Ansh Planner
22. 2022.4 New Era University College Graduation Party in April 2022 Local -- Coordinator
23. 2021.11 The 1st campus with new energy vehicle (motorcycle) charging pile in Malaysia Local Emergence Innovative
Sdn. Bhd.
Coordinator
24. 2021.11- “Tan Lark Sye Lecture Series” International Seminar Overseas New Era University College, Institute of International Education, Tan Lark Sye Institute Coordinator
25. 2021.7- Merchants’ Invitation Project Team for New Era Card Local Major domestic merchants Planner
26. 2021.6.8 New Era University College x JWC Roastery Father's Day Copywriting Competition Local JWC Global Sdn. Bhd., New Era University College Planner
27. 2021.1- Lecture Series on Further Education and Career Planning Local -- Planner
28. 2019- Luban Workshop, New Era University College Overseas Liaoning Jianzhu Vocational College Coordinator
29. 2019 New Era University College Campus Music Album “Flying High” Overseas Apple Music
Spotify
MOOV
QQ Music
GooglePlay Music
Amazon
Amazon Music
KKBOX
MyMusic
Friday Music
Coordinator/
Copywriter
30. 2019- Facebook Page of New Era University College Overseas -- Copywriter
31. 2019.12.20-27 The 20th Hainan Happy Festival - The 2nd China-ASEAN College Students Cultural Week Overseas Haikou College of Economics Coordinator
32. 2019.10.8 New Era University College Campus Music Album “Flying High” ’s Introductory Ceremony and Music Session (800 participants) Local -- Coordinator
33. 2019.9.7 “Flying High” ’s music sharing session at Kuen Cheng High School Local Kuen Cheng High School Coordinator
34. 2019.8.1 “Flying High” ’s music sharing session at New Era University College Local -- Coordinator
35. 2018.7 “Dynamic as nature” Chinese Department 20th Anniversary Celebration Local -- Coordinator
36. 2018 Promo Film in Commemorating “Philanthropists in Malaysia and Singapore” (YouTube) Overseas -- Video documentary planner
37. 2018.7.28 “Philanthropists in Malaysia and Singapore” Beijing Launch Ceremony Overseas -- Executor
38. 2018.4.21 The 6th “Dynamic as nature” Grand Award Ceremony and Motivation Camp on Chinese Language (700 participants) Local -- Coordinator
39. 2017-2018 New Era University College Department of Chinese Language and Literature’s official website and Facebook page Overseas -- Page Manager,
Copywriter
40. 2017.10.24 “Lecture Series by outstanding graduates” : Sherl Hon Local -- Coordinator
41. 2017.8.2 Interview of graduate series “Glowing in Chinese” : Tan Lay Ken (Settled in United States / Currently working in the Marketing Department of a famous technology company in Silicon Valley / Former office assistant of the San Jose City Councilor in California, and an administrator of a Silicon Valley technology company) Local -- Coordinator
42. 2017.7- “Dynamic as nature”  Grand Award in Chinese Studies Local -- Coordinator
43. 2017.7 International Conference on “The Belt and Road Initiative and Sinology Studies in Malaysia” Overseas -- Coordinator
44. 2017.6.20 “Lecture Series by outstanding graduates” : Tan Lay Ken Local -- Coordinator
45 2017.4.21 Interview of graduate series “Glowing in Chinese” : Niz Chan (Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Business Culture Magazine “The Entrepreneur” / Editor-in-Chief of “Business” Publication / One of the leaders of  Fleashion) Local -- Coordinator
46. 2017.4.13 Interview of graduate series “Glowing in Chinese” : Koh Hui Ling (Founder of Empress Culture Sdn Bhd) Local -- Coordinator
47. 2017 “The Pains and Pleasures of Learning Chinese” Video Local -- Coordinator
48. 2016 Tan Chin Yang “Glittering brightly in Department of Chinese Language and Literature” video Local -- Coordinator
49. 2016 Tan Kian Fatt “My study journey in Department of Chinese Language and Literature” video Local -- Coordinator
50. 2016 “Su Mu Zhe: The moonlit night on Seventh lunar month” Promotional Video for Selected Readings in Verse lecture class Local -- Narrator,
Director of Copywriting
51. 2016 “Zhong Wen Ren” Series 3 Promotional Video Local -- Narrator,
Director of Copywriting
52. 2016 .4.21-
23
The 2nd New Era College Kajang Community Book Fair Local JWC Global Sdn. Bhd.
Got 1 Publisher
Mentor Bookstore
Odonata Publishing
Love Community Center
Gerak Budaya
Loka Made
Coordinator
53. 2016.3.5 Motivation Camp on the Chinese Language: “Zhong Wen Ren” Series 3 Launching Ceremony Local -- Coordinator
54. 2015-2017 The 1st to the 3rd Xinxi Chinese Literary Forum (Number of students instructed: 12) Local -- Academic advisor
55. 2015.12.17-
30
The 1st Seminar in Beijing for Malaysia Chinese Teacher Overseas Beijing Municipal Education Commission
Beijing Second Foreign Language Institute
Coordinator
56. 2015.5.30 The 1st International Symposium about Malaysian Chinese Literature and the Unveiling Ceremony of Fang Xiu Library Overseas Tropical Literature Club Seminar Organizing Committee, Fang Xiu Library Unveiling Ceremony Planner and Responsible for Fang Xiu Library Window Display Content
57. 2015.4.11-15 The 1st New Era College Kajang Community Book Fair Local -- Coordinator
58. 2015.3.14-16 The 1st Hua Zong Literary Camp Local Sin Chew Daily Coordinator
59. 2015.1.25 “Teaching Certificate of Chinese as a Foreign Language in Elementary and Secondary Education” Award Ceremony Overseas Beijing Municipal Education Commission Coordinator
60. 2014.9 Exam and Training for “Teaching Certificate of Chinese as a Foreign Language in Elementary and Secondary Education” Overseas Beijing Municipal Education Commission Coordinator
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW
No. Date Title Local/
Overseas
Media
1. 2023.12.8 (Newspaper report) New Era University College Forges Educational Brand Local Sin Chew Daily
2. 2023.11.24 (Newspaper report) Collaborating with Businesses to Build a Discount Platform - New Era UC Membership App Invites Partnerships Local Sin Chew Daily
3. 2023.7.28 (Newspaper report) New Era University College I-Cool Percussion Interview: 12.06 24 Festival Drum Performance Concert Local Sin Chew Daily
4. 2022.4.13 (Newspaper report) New Era University College: Student Admissions Rises Against the Tide in Pandemic, Dr Tey: Stringent Control, Admission Criteria Unchanged Local Bernama
5. 2022.4.10 (Newspaper report) Academics and Administration Converge without Conflict, Dr. Tey Shi Bin: Cultivating Administrative Abilities, Embracing Responsibility in the Face of Challenges Local Bernama
6. 2022.4.10 (Newspaper report) NEUC Held Creative Graduation Party Under the Pandemic, Dr. Tey: Providing graduates who are impacted by Covid-19 with convocation and new student cards that are valid for two more years Local Bernama
7. 2021.7.6 (Newspaper report) Learning Site: Intellectual female writers know each other and cherish each other Local China Press Daily
8. 2021.5.9 (Facebook live streaming) The Pros and Cons of UPSR Repeal and PT3 Cancellation Local Wong Ching Yong’s Facebook Live Room
9. 2021.4 (Magazine report) The Meaning of Travel Local Travelmate Magazine
10. 2021.3.13 (Facebook live streaming) The unbreakable family bond: The departure and epiphany of life Local Nirvana Malaysia
11. 2020.11.30 (Newspaper report) A guide for secondary school students: It's best only when it fits you most Local China Press Daily
12. 2020.7.17 (Magazine report) Interview with Dr. Tey Shi Bin, Director of the Institute of International Education: New Era University College has successfully accredited by the Ministry of Education of China on JSJ website Local Xinguang Magazine
13. 2020.6.30 (Magazine report) Further education vs Employment: How do you choose in the face of pandemic? Local Majalah Pelajar
14. 2020.6.22 (Facebook live streaming) Young Scholars talk on Johor Bahru EP07: On the Inheritance, Innovation and Global Dissemination of 24 Season Drum to Traditional Drum Music Local Main-Scholars’s Facebook Live Room
15. 2019.12.27 (Radio reporting) I love you morning: So cool show Local Melody FM
16. 2019.11.9 (Radio reporting) Share Your Thoughts Local ai FM
17. 2019.11.8 (Newspaper report) Learning Site: Graduation! Take it easy... Local China Press Daily
18. 2019.11.2 (Radio reporting) The Night Show Local 988 FM
19. 2019.8.13 (Newspaper report) Flying High: Sing with a young heart Local Sin Chew Daily
20. 2019.8.5 (Newspaper report) Flying High: New Era Campus Music Album Production by students Local Sin Chew Daily
21. 2018.6.25 (Event live streaming) Standard Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation: Interview with Dr. Tey Shi Bin Local Department of Media Studies, New Era University College
22. 2017.11.3 (Magazine report) Department of Chinese Language and Literature: The significance of “ ‘Dynamic as nature’ Grand Award in Chinese Studies”, discuss about the experience in the Chinese Society and the joys and pains of learning Chinese Local Xue Hai
23. 2017.5.23 (Newspaper report) The usefulness of the useless: Chinese language Local Nanyang Siang Pau
24. 2017.5.17 (Online report) The “sacrifice” made by girl born in the 1980s for the Chinese language study Local Pocketimes
OFF-CAMPUS LITERARY ASSESSMENT PANEL
No. Date Project/Activity Local/
Overseas
Organizer
1. 2023.3.15 Old Hua Lian’s Association Taiping Chinese Creative Writing Competition Local Old Hua Lian’s Association Taiping
2. 2021.6.8 New Era University College x JWC Roastery Father's Day Copywriting Competition Local JWC Global Sdn. Bhd., New Era University College
3. 2020.10.15 “Beautiful China 2020” Essay Final Competition, Zoom Cloud Meetings Local Chinese Cultural Center
4. 2019.7.31 Selangor Area Secondary School Chinese Impromptu Speech Competition Local Hokkien Association Klang
5. 2018.6.29 Hulu Langat Area Chinese Poetry Reading Competition Local SMJK Yu Hua
6. 2018.5.28 Hulu Langat Area Chinese Poetry Reading Competition Local SJK(C) Bandar Sungai Long
7. 2017.6.21 Hulu Langat Area Chinese Poetry Reading Competition Local SMJK Yu Hua
8. 2017.4.11 Hulu Langat Area Primary School Chinse Public Speaking Competition Local SJK(C)Yu Hua
9. 2016.10.9 Kuala Lumpur Area Primary School Chinese Story Telling Competition Local Kajang Kuang Dong Association Hall
10. 2016.9.25 Ng Teck Fong Chinese Language Excellent Award Local Ng Teck Fong Foundation,
World Entrepreneurs Foundation
11. 2016.7 National High School Literature Competition: Prose Category Local --
12. 2016.4.8 Hulu Langat Area Poetry Reading Competition, Local SMJK Yu Hua
13. 2015.9.6 Selection of Kuala Lumpur Area of National Primary School Story Telling Competition Local Hulu Langat Kuang Dong Association Hall
14. 2015.6.17 Gombak Area Secondary School Chinese Impromptu Speech Competition Local SMK Kepong
15. 2015.6 National Secondary School Literature Competition: Prose Category Local --
16. 2015.4.28 Hulu Langat Area Primary School Chinese Public Speaking Competition Local SJK (C) Kampung Baru Semenyih
17. 2015.4.17 Hulu Langat Area Poetry Reading Competition Local SMJK Yu Hua
18. 2014.9.13-14 National Independent High School Chinese, Malay and English Public Speaking Competition Local Sabah Chinese High School
AWARDS AND EXCELLENCES
(ranked by type of awards, followed by year of awards)
No. Type Award Introduction Year
1. Education Teaching Excellence Award New Era Teaching Excellence Award 2021
2. Education Teaching Excellence Award The 1st New Era Teaching Excellence Award 2019
3. Administration Service Excellence Award New Era Service Excellence Award 2021
4. Thesis Distinction PhD Thesis Inter- varsity of Central China Normal University with masterpiece “The Classical Literary Language Novels of Qing Dynasty that recorded in Qingshigao Yiwenzhi, BuBian and Shiyi (Bibliographical Catalogue)” 2014
5. Thesis First Class Wenyuan Award (International Academic Award) with masterpiece Preventing Suicide, Treasuring Life: Exploring the Contemporary Relevance of the Life Philosophy of Confucianism and Daoism. 2012
6. Thesis Distinction Master Thesis Inter- varsity of Central China Normal University with masterpiece “The Eternity of Life and Death: The Perspective of Life and Death of Sima Qian from as According to the Determinant of Life and Death in Various Characters in Shiji” 2010
7. Thesis Second Place The 16th New Era Inter-Varsity Literature Awards with masterpiece “Emphasis etiquette or hegemony: The Progressive Idea of Zuozhuan” 2008
8. Literature First Prize Wuhan and I Literature Awards, 2013 with prose “Wuhan from the mountains of osmanthus in Central China Normal University 2013
9. Literature Special Award The 7th Cun Cao Xin Awards with prose “My sister-in-law” 2011
10. Literature Outstanding Award The Teenager Literature Awards with prose “My Chinese Journey” 2010
11. Literature Nominated Singapore International Prose Awards  with prose “The illuminated city lights on the causeway” 2009
12. Literature Nominated Xingyun Awards with prose “Tomorrow and Instability” 2009
13. Literature Nominated The National Inter-Varsity Chinese Literature Awards with poem “Accept” 2007/2008
14. Literature Nominated The National Inter-Varsity Chinese Literature Awards with prose “Eyes” 2007/2008
15. Literature Outstanding prize Literature Fortnight Awards with poem “Grandmother” 2005/2006
16. Others Outstanding International Student Award China Scholarships Council 2014
17. Others Outstanding International Student Award China Scholarships Council 2010
18. Others The 4th place in the Faculty of Arts and Social Science Graduated at University of Malaya for Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Studies with First Class Honours 2007
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Professor MOK Soon Chong
Vice-Chancellor/CEO
soonchong.mok@newera.edu.my

Ph.D.(East Asian Studies), 2010, University of Malaya
M.A.(Chinese Studies), 1996, University of Malaya
B.A.(Chinese Studies), 1990, University of Malaya
PROFESSIONAL FIELD
MAJOR Classical Chinese Literature
RESEARCH AREAS Classical Chinese Literature
East Asian Studies
WORKING EXPERIENCE
  • Tutor (1990-1993), Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya.
  • Part-time Lecturer (1996-1998), Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya.
  • Part-time Lecturer (1999), Department of Chinese Studies, New Era College.
  • Part-time Lecturer (2000-2002), Department of Chinese Studies, University of Technology Mara.
  • Part-time Lecturer (2002-2003), Department of Chinese Studies, University of Tunku Abdul Rahman.
  • Associate Research Fellow (1999-2003), Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies.
  • Lecturer (2003-2004), Department of Chinese Studies, New Era College.
  • Vice Principal/Registrar (2004-2008), Vice Principal (2008-2011), Principal/CEO (Jan 2012- Dec 2016), New Era College.
  • Visiting Professorship (April 2017- July 2017), Soka University, Japan.
  • Vice-Chancellor/CEO (Jan 2017- Present), New Era University College.
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
DISSERTATION/ THESIS
  1. “Kedudukan Ajaran Xun Zi dalam Perkembangan Pemikiran Zaman Pra-Qin” (The Position of Xun Zi’s Teaching in the Development of Thought in Pre-Qin Period), Unpublished BA Thesis, Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur,1990.
  2. “The Life and Thought of Chen Liang (1143-1194)”, Unpublished MA Thesis, Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur,1996.
  3. “Zhang Junmai (1887-1969): Confucianism dan Reformis China Moden” (Zhang Junmai(1887-1969: Confucianist and Reformist in Modern China), Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, 2010.
BOOK ARTICLE
  1. Soon Chong Mok, “Xun Zi yu Rujia” (Xun Zi and Confucianism) in Department of Chinese Studies ed., A Collection of Articles by Lecturers and Students, 1991, pp.18-26.
  2. Soon Chong Mok, “Lun Gongsun Long Baima Fei Ma Fei Guibian Mingti” (That Gongsun Long ‘s Idea of White Horse is Not Horse Is Not A Crafty Argument) in Department of Chinese Studies ed., Jing Shi Zi Ji, 1992, pp.27-30.
  3. Soon Chong Mok, “Lee Yan Lian: Cong Shangren dao Huatuan Lingxiu” (Lee Yan Lian: From Businessman to Chinese Community Leader), in Lim Chooi Kwa ed., The Entrepreneurial Elites in Malaysian Chinese History (Taipei: Academia Sinica, December 2001), pp.203-237.
  4. Soon Chong Mok, “Zai Chuangxin yu Baoshou Zijian: Zhang Junmai dui Zhongguo Xiandaihuade Lichang yu Gouxiang” (Between Creativity and Conservativity: Zhang Junmai’s Attitude Towards Modernisation in China), in Hou Kok Chung ed., Shehui Bianqian yu Wenhua Quanshi (Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese studies, 2002), pp.127-137.
  5. Soon Chong Mok, “Qiu Xiangchi Rennei de Xuehuatang” (A Review of Qiu Xiangchi’s Tenure as President of Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall) in Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall ed., Gouli Sheji Quanli Yifu (Kuala Lumpur, 2002), pp.28-32.
  6. Soon Chong Mok, “Chaoren Zai Xuelong: Jieshe, Jingshang yu Xingxue de Chengjiu” (The Achievemant of Teochew Community in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur )in Lee Chee Hiang ed., The Migration Experience of Overseas Teochew (Singapore: Global Publishing Company, 2003), pp.581-589.
  7. Soon Chong Mok, “Zhang Junmai yu Xinruxue de Yanjin” (Carsun Chang and the Development of Neo-Confucianism) in An Huanran ed., Diyijie Malaixiya Chuantong Hanxue Yantaohui Lunwenji (Skudai: Southern College,2005), pp.33-47.
  8. Soon Chong Mok, “Tiewuli de Nahan: Lun 1970 yu 80 Niandai Malaixiya Huatuan de Sige Dahui ”(Voices from the Iron House: The Four Congresses of Malaysian Chinese Community during the 1970s and 1980s. ), in Hou Kok Chung ed., 100 Years of Malaysian Chinese Society and Politics: Review and Prognosis (Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2005), pp.287-309.
  9. Soon Chong Mok, “Malaixiya Huaren Shetuan de Dashiye he Xiaogeju: Bentu, Quyu yu Zhongguo”(Big Vision and Small Setup: Localism, Regionalism and China), in Hou Kok Chung ed., China and Malaysia in the Discourse of Globalization (Kuala Lumpur: Institute of China studies, University of Malaya, 2007), pp.117-131.
  10. Soon Chong Mok, “Pingshui Xiangfen: Chen Zhenlu yu Zhang Junmai” (A Chance of Acquaintance: Chen Zhenlu and Zhang Junmai), in Ong Seng Huat ed., Wei Wanshi Kaitaiping:Chen Zhenlu Sixiang Guoji Yantaohui Lunwenji (Kuala Lumpur: MCA School of Political Studies, 2007),125-134.
  11. Soon Chong Mok, “Ruhe Huawen, Zenyang Daxue?---Lun Huawen Daxue Zai Malaixiya de Kexingxing ”(The Feasibility of  Chinese University in Malaysia), in Thock Kiah Wah and Onn Huann Jan ed., Exploration of Malaysia Higher Education Development (Skudai: Southern College, 2008),pp237-240.
  12. Soon Chong Mok, “Wushinian Bubian?Lun Duli Zhijin Malaixiya Huaren Xiangtuan Zhi Kunju yu Tupo”(Unchanged for Fifty Years?The Struggle and Achievement of Chinese Clan Associations in Malaysia Since Independence), in Voon Phin Keong and Khor Teik Huat ed., Qin jian xing bang: Malaysia hua ren de gong xian ( Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2009, pp.401-413.
  13. Soon Chong Mok, “Peiyang Dongnanya Bentu Huawen Shizhi: Malaixiya yu Xinjiyuan Xueyuan de Juese” (The Role of New Era College in Raising a Professional Corps of Local Madarin Teachers in Southeast Asia), in Yap Sin Tian ed., Proceedings of 2014 World Chinese Education Forum (Kajang: New Era College, 2014), pp.381-385.
  14. Soon Chong Mok, “Li Yannian: Huatuan Zhuanxing Gongchen” (Li Yannian: From Merchant to Community Leader), in Ho Khai Leong ed., Malaysian Chinese Historical Personalities (Selangor: Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, 2014), Vol.2, pp694-697.
  15. Soon Chong Mok, “Qiu Xiangchi: Yiru Yishang de Huashe Lingxiu” (Qiu Xiangchi: A Man of Business and of Community), in Ho Khai Leong ed., Malaysian Chinese Historical Personalities (Selangor: Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, 2014), Vol.3, pp1038-1041.
CONFERENCE PAPERS
  1. Soon Chong Mok, “Zhongguo Minben Sixiang Jianyi” (A Discourse on People’s Thinking in China) in MU Chinese Language Society ed., Mada Ren, 1991, pp.21-24.
  2. Soon Chong Mok, “Yizhuan de Yinyang Sixiang” (The Yinyang Thought in Yizhuan) in Chinese Chamber of Industry and Commerce ed., Hengxiao Qianshan du Canmang, 1991, pp.71-73.
  3. Soon Chong Mok, “Cong Fei Huayi Xuexi Huawen de Rechao Kan Malaixiya Huawen Jiaoyu de Xin Bianhua yu Jiu Wenti” (Perspective of Change in Chinese Education in Malaysia as Viewed from the Response from the NonChinese Learners), a paper presented at the International Conference of Chinese Education in Southeast Asia, Kuala Lumpur, September 12-13,2001.
  4. Soon Chong Mok, “Malaixiya Huatuan de Jianbing: Xuelong Chaozhou Huiguan de Lishi, Fendou yu Chengjiu” (The History, Struggle and Achievement of Chaozhou Clan Association in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor), a paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Chaozhou Learning, sponsored by the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, November 22-24, 2001.
  5. Soon Chong Mok, “Tiaozhan yu Huiying: Zhu Xi Chen Liang Lunbian zhong Zhu Zi Xueshuo de Chanfa yu Tiaozheng”(Challenge and Response: The Outcome of Debate Between Zhu Xi and Chen Liang), a paper presented at the International Conference on Zhu Zi Learning, sponsored by the Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies,Kuala Lumpur, December 1, 2001.
  6. Soon Chong Mok, “Kua Yuxi yu Chao Shenji: Wan Qing Zhu Bincheng Lingshi de Guozu Yishi Jiqi Ronghe Bincheng Huaqiao de Gongxian ”(Above Provincial and Language Linkage: A Contribution made by the Chinese Consul Stationed in Penang during the Late Qing Period), a paper presented at the Conference on Chinese Cultural Heritage in Penang, sponsored by Penang Heritage Trust, January 6, 2002, Penang.
  7. Soon Chong Mok, “Zhujiang Zhongcuo Jianbing Weiqi:  Shilun Jin Shiyunian Malaixiya Huaren Shetuan de De yu Shi” (The Chinese Clan Association in the last decades of the Twentieth Century in Malaysia), a paper presented at the Conference on Malaysian Chinese Clan Association, sponsored by the Selangor KL Thean Hou Temple, Kuala Lumpur, December 21,2003.
  8. Soon Chong Mok, “Dong Jiao Zong yu Malaixiya Huatuan” (Dong Jiao Zong and Malaysian Chinese Associations), a paper presented at the International Conference on Sino-Malaysian Relations and Ethnic Chinese in Malaysia, sponsored by the Xiamen University, Xiamen, April 19-23, 2007.
  9. Soon Chong Mok, “Wenhua Zhongguo Shiyexia Zhongguo yu Dongmeng Huaren Gaojiao Guanchanxue Hezuo zhi Keneng” (The Possiblity of Cooperation between China and Chinese-speaking Universities in Asean Countries), a paper presented at China -ASEAN Government-Industry-University Tripartite Cooperation Forum, sponsored by the Guizhou University of Finance and Economics, August 16-19, 2011.
  10. Soon Chong Mok, “Malaixiya Jianguo Yilai Huaren Xiangtuan Kuachu Zuzhi Juxian Zhi Changshi” (Escape from the Predicament: The Chinese Clan Association in Malaysia Since Independence), a paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Chaozhou Learning, sponsored by the Federated Teochew Associations of Malaysia, Penang, September 24-25, 2011.
  11. Soon Chong Mok, “Maixiang Xinjiyuan Daxue: Dong Jiao Zong Huawen Gaojiao zhi Lu” (The Direction of Chinese Higher Education of Dong Jiao Zong: Towards New Era University), in The Current Situation and Development Strategies of Chinese Education in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur: Dong Zong, 2011).
  12. Soon Chong Mok, “Luyou, Li Xiaoshi, Li Yannian Lingdaoxia de Longxue Zhonghua Zongshanghui” (The Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Kuala Lumpur & Selangor under the Leadership of  Lu You, Li Xiaoshi and Li Yannian  ), a paper presented at the Conference on Malaysian Chinese Business Association, sponsored by The Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Kuala Lumpur & Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, June 20, 2012.
  13. Soon Chong Mok, “Guangfuren Zai Malaixiya: Jianguo yu Huaren Wenhua Chuangcheng Zhi Gongxian” (The Achievement of Cantonese Community in Malaysia), a paper presented at the Global Conference of the Cantonese, sponsored by the Guangdong Overseas Friendship Association of Cantonese, Guangzhou, November 12-14, 2013.
  14. Soon Chong Mok, “Yimai Xiangcheng: Nanda Yu Sanyuan” (In Succession: Nanyang University and the Chinese Community-funded Colleges), a paper presented at the Conference on Nanyang University and its Influence on Singapore and Malaysia, sponsored by the Tan Lark Sye Institute, Kajang, September 5, 2014.
PUBLISHED PAPERS
  1. Soon Chong Mok, “Shehui Bianqianzhong de Xuelong Chaozhou Huiguan: Lishi, Fendou yu Chengjiu” (Clan Associations in a Changing Society: A Study of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur Teo Chew Association), in New Era College Academic Journal (April 2005), pp.99-115.
  2. Soon Chong Mok, “Malaixiya Huaren Minjian Zuzhi yu Huaren Wenhua de Baocun yu Fazhan” (The Chinese NGOs in Malaysia and Their Efforts in Preserving Chinese Culture), in The Journal of Overseas Chinese Research (January 2011) ,pp.27-34.
  3. Soon Chong Mok, “Malaixiya Huaren Shetuan: Cong ‘Zhengti Wangluo’ dao ‘Hulian Wangluo’” (Malaysian Chinese Organizations: From ‘Internal Networks’ to ‘Interlinked Networks’), in Overseas Chinese Journal of Baguio (December 2012), pp.26-29.
TALKS AND PUBLICA LECTURES
  • At Center for General Education of Tunghai University, Taichung, June 24, 2006. Lecture on “Quanqiuhua Beijingxia de Malaixiya Huajiao yu Taiwan” (Malaysian Chinese Education and Taiwan in the Era of Globalization).
  • At the Indonesia Hakka Federation, Jakarta, September 10,2013. Lecture on “Dongnanya Huaren Xiangtuan: Guoqu, Xianzai yu Weilai” (The Chinese Clan Associations in Southeast Asia: Past, Present and Future).
  • At Soka Gakkai Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, June 20, 2015. Lecture on “Mukou Changsanlang de Jiaoyu Linian jiqi dui Zhonghua Minzu Wenjiao Jianshe de Qifa” (The Ideals of Education by Mr.Tsunesaburo Makiguchi and its Inspiration towards the Development of Chinese Culture and Education).
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Academic Qualification:
Dr. Wong Wai Shee
Assistant Professor / Head, Department of Chinese Language and Literature
Head of Tay Lian Soo Chinese Studies Centre
waishee.wong@newera.edu.my
Ph.D in Political Theory (Central China Normal University, China)
M.A in Political Sociology (Central China Normal University, China)
B.A. (Hons) in Chinese Language and Literature (University Malaya, Malaysia)
PROFESSIONAL FIELD
MAJOR Political Sociology
RESEARCH INTERESTS Contemporary China Studies, Malaysian Chinese Politic and Society, Social Movement
COURSES TAUGHT Contemporary China, Current World Issues, Current Affairs Analysis, Foundation of Social Science
WORKING EXPERIENCE HOD, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era University College. (2020-)
Contract Lecturer, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era University College. (2019)
Part-time Lecturer, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era University College. (2018)
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS
DISSERTATION/THESIS 【Master】 “From Netizen to E-citizen: The construction of E-citizenship”, Unpublished master's thesis, Central China Normal University (2011).
【Ph.D】A case study of Malaysia Bersih Movement: From perspective of political opportunity structure, unpublished thesis, Central China Normal University (2019).
BOOK CHAPTERS
  1. Wong Wai Shee. A case study of the Political Identity of Malaysian Chinese in Bersih Movements, Fan Ruo Lan & Chiam Yan Tuan (eds), International Conference on Malaysian Chinese Studies 2018, Selangor: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2019.
  2. Wong Wai Shee. Current Chinese Netizens’ Political Participation. In Fang Ning. (ed), Blue Book of Political Participation: Annual Repory of Political Participation in China 2016. Beijing. Social Science Academic Press. 2016.
  3. Wong Wai Shee. Singapore Public Cultural Service Mode and the Experience of Public Cultural Service System Construct. In Zhang Zhong Wei. (ed). Research on the Effectiveness of Public Cultural Services. Beijing: Clapnet press. 2014.
  4. Wong Wai Shee. Virtual Collective Action: An Analyze and Discussion on Internet Events on 2009”. In Xiao Tang Biao. (ed). China Social Order Review (No.2). Shanghai: Xuelin Press. 2011.
PUBLISHED PAPERS
  1. Wu Li Cai, Wong Wai Shee. The Ecology and Trend of Netizen’s Political Participation 2016. The Journal of the Party School of Tianjin Committee of the CPC. 2017(6).
  2. Wong Wai Shee. Square Dance and Urban Life: Individual Rights, Collective Interests and the China Society in the Age of Transition. The Journal of Yunnan Administration College. 2017. Vol.1.
  3. Wong Wai Shee. The Rise of Netizens in China: A Reflection on Construction of E-citizenship. China-ASEAN Perspective Forum. 2013. Vol.3(1).
CONFERENCE PAPERS
  1. Wong Wai Shee. The transformation and effect of the repressive strategy of the government in the BERSIH Movements, presented at the International Workshop of History,Politics and Identity in East and Southeast Asia, organizes by National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland (Online),2022.4.24.
  2. Wong Wai Shee. Community service involvement in Chinese women's organisations, presented at International Conference on the Historical Composition, Modern Evolution, and Role Flow: Dialogues among Southeast Asian Women, organized by FASS New Era University College (Online),2021.11.14.
  3. Wong Wai Shee. A case study of the Political Identity of Malaysian Chinese in BERSIH Movements, presented at The Biennial International Conference on Malaysian Chinese Studies 2018, organizes by Centre of Malaysian Chinese Studies & Institute of Southeast Asia Studies, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou China, 2018.6.8.
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  1. Collection Bibliography Summary of Cempaka Buddhist Lodge, participant, 2021 (on going)
  2. Research and Publish the History of Cempaka Buddhist Lodge, program leader, 2021 (on going)
NEWSPAPERS, ARTICLES IN MAGAZINES Column, China Press Newspaper, 2021
Name:
Position:
E-mail:
Academic Qualification:
Dr. Pek Wee Chuen
Assistant Professor/ Head of Department
weechuen.pek@newera.edu.my
B.A. in Department of Geography (National Taiwan Normal University)
M.A. in Department of Geography (National Taiwan Normal University)
Ph D. in Department of Geography (National Taiwan Normal University)
PROFESSIONAL FIELD
MAJOR Geography
RESEARCH INTERESTS Malaysia Regional Studies, Diasporic Chinese Studies, Geographic Information System, Historical Geography
COURSES TAUGHT Wisdoms of Chinese Philosophers, Introduction to Multiculturalism, Thesis Writing, Forum on Chinese Topics
WORKING EXPERIENCE Postdoctoral Fellow, National Central University, Taiwan. (June2018-Aug2018)
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Soochow University, Taiwan. (Nov2017- Jan2018)
Adjunct Lecture, Soochow University, Taiwan. (Sept2012- Oct2017)
Temporary Teacher, Pu Sze Primary School, SRJK(C), Johor Bahru[辅士华小]. (2005)
QUALIFICATION Academic Teaching Rank Accreditation Certificate Assistant Professor (by Ministry of Education, Taiwan) [中华民国教育部助理教授证书], Nov 2017
Academic Teaching Rank Accreditation Certificate Lecturer (by Ministry of Education, Taiwan)
[中华民国教育部讲师证书], May 2015
RELATED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Editorial Board Member, Journal of Education Research, United Chinese School Committees' Association of Malaysia. (2021-2024)
Deputy Registrar (Admissions & Records Unit), New Era University College. (2021-2023)
Assistant Registrar (Academic Unit), New Era University College. (2018-2021)
Subject Consultant of Geography, Unified Curriculum Committee, Malaysian Independent Chinese Secondary School Working Committee. (2018-2021)
Editor, Xinguang Magazine of New Era University College. (2020-2022)
Executive Editor, Xinguang Magazine of New Era University College. (2019-2020)
Research Fellow, Global Hakka Culture Research Center, National Taiwan Normal University. (2017-2020)
Executive Editor, Translation and Compilation on Geographical Terms, National Academy for Educational Research (Taiwan). (2012-2018)
Executive Secretary, The Geography Society of China located in Taipei. (2011-2013)
Columnist, Malaysiakini. (2016-)
Chief Editor, Annals of Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum 2017. (2017-2018)
Geography subject Committee member of Curriculum Board, Malaysian Independent Chinese Secondary School Working Committee. (2016-2018)
Executive Editor, World Geography Textbook, Malaysia Chinese Independent School. (2019)
Executive Editor, Human Geography Textbook, Malaysia Chinese Independent School. (2018)
Executive Editor, World Geography Textbook, Malaysia Chinese Independent School. (2017)
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS

DISSERTATION/ THESIS

【Master】“The Changes and Integration of Chinese Society in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 1855-1942”(《马来西亚柔佛州新山华人社会的变迁与整合(1855-1942)》),Unpublished master's thesis, National Taiwan Normal University(2011), Director: CHEN Kuo Chuan.

【Doctor】“State and Industry in Shaping of Local Society: The Changes of Chinese Society in Larut, a Mining Frontier of Malaya (1848-1911)”(《国家、产业与地方社会的形构:马来亚拿律地域华人社会的形成与变迁 (1848-1911)》), Unpublished doctoral's thesis, National Taiwan Normal University(2016) , Director: CHEN Kuo Chuan.

BOOKS

Pek Wee Chuen (2022) The Nanyang Code along the Equator: Accounts of Cross-Regional Cultural Field Research in Taiwan and the Malay Peninsula. Taipei: Rye Field Publishing Co. (《赤道线的南洋密码:台湾@马来半岛的跨域文化田野踏查志》)

Pek Wee Chuen (2015) Transformation of the Chinese society in Johor Bahru, Johor, 1855-1942. Kajang: New Era College. (《柔佛新山华人社会的变迁与整合: 1855-1942》)

EDITORIAL WORK ON BOOKS

Henry Chong Ren Jie,  Bak Jia How, Pek Wee Chuen (2021) Annals of Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum 2020:  Cemetery and Chinese Society. JB: Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum. (《2020新山华族历史文物馆年刊·义山与华人社会》)

Bak Jia How, Pek Wee Chuen, Henry Chong Ren Jie (2020) Annals of Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum 2019: Centennial Chinese Education of Johor. JB: Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum. (《2019年新山华族历史文物馆年刊·柔佛百年华文教育》)

Pek Wee Chuen, Bak Jia How, Henry Chong Ren Jie (2019) Annals of Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum 2018: Kangchus and Local Society. JB: Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum. (《2018年新山华族历史文物馆年刊·港主与地方社会》)

Pek Wee Chuen (2018) Annals of Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum 2017. JB: Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum. (《2017年新山华族历史文物馆年刊·古庙、游神与地方社会》)

PUBLISHED PAPERS

Chang Han-pi, Pek Wee Chuen, Tsai Fen-fang (2021) Religion and Ethnic Relations: The Cult of Sin Si Sze Ya in Malaysia. Journal of Chinese Ritual, Theatre and Folklore. 214: 97-148. (THCI, ACI, TSSCI) (〈信仰与族群关系:以马来西亚仙四师爷信仰为例〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2021) The Unknown Tombs of Mianyuting Cemetary: The Relics of Early Settlers in Johor Bahru. Annals of Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum. 2021: 3-20. (〈绵裕亭无名墓:早期新山基层居民的遗迹〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2021) The Kong-Moon System in Larut: Chinese Social Relationships in Nineteenth-Century Perak. The Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. 94(1): 25–50.

Pek Wee Chuen (2020) The Interpretation and Standardization of Place Names by Chinese in Singapore and Malaya: A Study of Lat Pau, 1887-1932. Journal of History and Anthropology. 18(2): 67-96.

Pek Wee Chuen (2020) Toponyms of a Colonial City: Street Names of George Town, Malaysia. Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies. 9(2): 15-31.

Pek Wee Chuen, Wei Yen Tsao, Hsu Sheng I (2019) A Lufeng Hakka’s Voyage to Nanyang: Sequel to ‘Bitter Passage to Taiwan’. Taiwan Historica (THCI). 70(3): 1-36. (〈陆丰客家下南洋的故事:“渡台悲歌”续篇〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2018) Ngee Heng and Hakka: The Hakka community under Ngee Heng period in nineteen century Johor Bahru. Annals of Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum. 1: 25-36. (〈义兴与客家:谈十九世纪新山潮州义兴主导下的客家社群〉)

Sheng-i Hsu, Chih-wen Hung & Pek Wee Chuen (2016) Challenge of Zheng He’s Expedition against Monsoon across Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea based on QuikSCAT Wind Data. Journal of Geographical Science. 80, 1-22. (TSSCI) (Corresponding Author). (〈郑和航海在孟加拉湾及阿拉伯海遇到的季风挑战:以QuikSCAT风场为探讨基础〉)

Chen Kuo Chuan & Pek Wee Chuen. The Shaping of Chinese Settlements under the Development of Kukup Area. Asia-Pacific Forum. 63, 53-115.(〈龟咯地区的垦殖与华人聚落的形塑〉)

Pek Wee Chuen & Chen Kuo Chuan. (2015) Multiple Identities and Ethnic Boundary: Changes in the Ancestral-land Consciousness of the Chinese Community in Johor Bahru, Malaya (1861-1942). The International Journal of Diasporic Chinese Studies. 7(2), 29-53. (〈多重认同与族群边界:马来亚柔佛新山华人祖籍地意识的变迁1861-1942〉)

Pek Wee Chuen & Chen Kuo Chuan. (2014) From Political Marker to Ethnic Boundary: A Study of “㳉” and Huang-Qing Tombstone at Mian-yu-ting Cemetery in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Journal of the South Seas Society. 68, 85-118. (〈从政治标示到族群边界:马来西亚柔佛州新山绵裕亭“氵月”与“皇清”墓的研究〉).

Pek Wee Chuen & Chen Kuo Chuan. (2014) The Social Landscape of Early Chinese Society: A Study of Tombstones in Mian Yu Ting Cemetery of Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(1), 53-75. (〈认识早期华人社会面貌的视角—新山绵裕亭义山墓碑普查的研究〉).

Pek Wee Chuen & Chen Kuo Chuan. (2013) From Gambier to Rubber: The Change of Landscape in Johor from Mid-19th to Early 20th Century. Asia-Pacific Forum, 58: 65-102. (〈从甘蜜园至橡胶园:19世纪中至20世纪初柔佛的地景变迁〉)

Pek Wee Chuen & Chen Kuo Chuan. (2011) Space and Ethnic Interrelations in Taman Residence Area-A Case Study of Taman Melor in Johor Bahru, Malaysia (1987-2007). Environment and Worlds, 23, 49-74.(〈马来西亚花园聚落中的族群关系:柔佛州新山县茉莉花花园的个案研究 (1987-2007) 〉)

BOOK CHAPTER

(I) Refereed

Pek Wee Chuen (2023). "Examining Conflicts in the Chinese Society of the 19th Century Tin Mining Area from the Perspective of Environmental Carrying Capacity." In Song Yanpeng (Ed.), "Theories and Methods of Research on the History of Malaysian Chinese." Qingdao: China Ocean University Press, pp. 148-180.

Pek Wee Chuen (2020). Inscriptions and Writing: Chinese Social and Cultural History. In Tee Kim Tong, Ng Kim Chew, Ko Chia Cian eds., Sinophone Malaysian Literature: A History through Literary and Cultural Texts. Taipei: China Times Co, pp. 32-36. (〈碑铭和书写:华人社会文化史〉)

Pek Wee Chuen & Chen Kuo Chuan. (2020) Multiple Identities and Ethnic Boundary: Changes in the Ancestral-land Consciousness of the Chinese Community in Johor Bahru, Malaya (1861-1942), In Wang Chao Guang. eds., Changes in East Asia and the Surrounding World. Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, pp. 185-208. (This article was originally published in The International Journal of Diasporic Chinese Studies 2015. Reprinted with the permission of the editorial board)

Pek Wee Chuen (2020). The “氵月” Tomb in Mian-Yu-Ting Cemetery, In Onn Huann Jan. eds., New Historical Materials and New Perspectives: Johor Bahru Studies by Young Scholars. Johor Bahru: Southern University College, pp. 1-24. (〈绵裕亭义山的「氵月」墓〉)

Pek Wee Chuen & Chang Han Bi (2018). Sinchew Khek Community Guild and the Spread and Maintainance of the “Nanyang Hakka” Consciousness, In Wong Sin Keong. Eds, Huiguan, community and network: A Collection of Papers of Hakka Cultural Studies. Singapore: Department of Chinese Studies of NUS & Char Yong (Dabu) Association of Singapore, pp. 83-114. (〈由小团结而大团结:星洲客属总会与南洋客家意识的传播与维系(1923–1957)〉

Pek Wee Chuen (2013). The “氵月” Tomb in Mian-Yu-Ting Cemetery, In Wu Hua. eds., 90th Anniversary Souvenir Publication of Persekutuan Tiong-Hua. Johor Bahru: Persekutuan Tiong-Hua, pp. 449-463. (〈绵裕亭义山的「氵月」墓〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2013). Chapter 7 Xinzhuang City, In Chen, Kuo-Chuan. ed., Taiwan Place Name Dictionary XV: Taipei County I. Nantou: Taiwan Historica, pp. 246-319. (〈第七章 新庄市〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2013). Chapter 8 Taishan County, In Chen, Kuo-Chuan. ed., Taiwan Place Name Dictionary XV: Taipei County I. Nantou: Taiwan Historica, pp. 320-357. (〈第十六章 结论〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2010). Chapter 13 Heng Shan Township, In Shih, Teng-fu. ed., Taiwan Place Name Dictionary XIV: Hsinchu County II. Nantou: Taiwan Historica, pp. 493-550. (〈第十三章 横山乡〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2010). Chapter 15 Jianshih Township, In Shih, Teng-fu. ed., Taiwan Place Name Dictionary XIV: Hsinchu County II. Nantou: Taiwan Historica, pp. 613-670. (〈第十五章 尖石乡〉)

Pek Wee Chuen & Horng Woei Haur. (2010). Chapter 16 Conclusion, In Shih, Teng-fu. ed., Taiwan Place Name Dictionary XIV: Hsinchu County II. Nantou: Taiwan Historica, pp. 671-687. (〈第十六章 结论〉)
 

(II) Non-refereed

Pek Wee Chuen (2020). The concept, current development and practice of community education, In Wong Chip Choo. ed., Malaysian Independent Chinese Secondary School Education. Kajang: United Chinese School Committees’ Association Of Malaysia, pp. 93-95. (〈社区教育的理念、发展现况与实践〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2015). Teochew Leadership in Johor Bahru during 19th century: An Analysis of the “氵月” tombstone in Mian Yu Ting Cemetery, In Shu Qingxiang. ed. 80th Annversary Souvenir Publication of Johor Teochew Eight Districts Association. Johor Bahru: Johor Teochew Eight Districts Association, pp. 303-310. (〈19世纪的新山潮州领导社群:以绵裕亭的潮州“氵月”墓为研究〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2013). The two tombs of Lim Ah Siang in JB, In Wu Hua. eds., A collection of Historical Material of Johor Ngee Heng. JB: Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum , pp. 92-94. (〈新山两座林亚相墓〉)

TRANSLATION WORK

Pek Wee Chuen, Ng Yuen Yi (2019). Translation: “The Rise and Fall of the Ngee Heng Kongsi in Singapore” [新加坡义兴公司的崛起与没落]by Carl A. Trocki. Publish in Annals of Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum 2018: Kangchus and Local Society. JB: Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum. Pp. 131-156. (translated from ENG to CHI)

BOOK REVIEW

Pek Wee Chuen (2021). [In Search of the Common Origins and Different Variants of Hakkaness: Overseas Hakka Studies: Retrospect and Comparison Review, by Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, Wei-An Chang, and Han-Pi Chang, eds]. Hakka Studies, 14(2): 215-236. (〈寻找「同基异型」的客家性:评《海外客家研究的回顾与比较》〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2018). [A well-researched work of historical anecdotes and stories -- Anecdotes of Local History in Johor), by Teo Lee Meng]. Xuewen, 13: 128-130. (〈书评:考证功力十足的文史掌故作品——《柔佛地方史话》〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2014). [Review of the book Maps of Malaya and Borneo: Discovery, Statehood and Progress, by Durant Frederic, Curtis Richard]. Southern University College Academic Journal, 2: 225-227.

Pek Wee Chuen (2014). [Review of the book A Collection of Tombstone inscription of Bukit Cina, Malacca (1614-1820), by Wong Wun Bin]. Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(2): 101-104. (〈书评:马六甲三宝山墓碑集录(1614-1820)〉)

COLUMN

Pek Wee Chuen. (10th September 2016). "From Rulers and Citizens Harmony to Ethnic Harmony: Reflections on the Johor Sultan's Tea Reception with the Chinese Community". Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/355310. (从君民和谐到各族和谐:柔苏丹与华社御茶会的思考)

Pek Wee Chuen. (7th October 2016). "Is a Johor-Singapore Federation Possible?". Malaysiakini: http://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/358177.(柔佛新加坡联邦可能吗?)

Pek Wee Chuen. (15th November 2016). "Reconsider on the Chinese as Foreigners". Malaysiakini: http://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/362901.(反思华人这个外来者)

Pek Wee Chuen. (1st March 2017). "Is One's Ancestral Culture Still Important to the Chinese Community?". Malaysiakini: http://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/374107.(华人籍贯文化还重要吗?)

Pek Wee Chuen. (16 May 2017). Are we descendants of coolies? Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/382350.(我们是苦力猪仔的后代吗?)

Pek Wee Chuen. (25 July 2017). Loyalty above all else? On the imagined history of the Secret Society. Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/389731.(忠义为先? :谈过度想象的会党历史)

Pek Wee Chuen. (26 September 2017). What did Chinese miners eat? A glimpse into the link between local practices and colonial law. Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/396308.(华人矿工吃什么? :管窥拿律地方链接史)

Pek Wee Chuen. (27 December 2017). Smoke and fog: How mining spurred the development of frontier regions. Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/406705.(矿工吞云吐雾促成边区开发)

Pek Wee Chuen. (16 March 2018). The bronze statue at HKU: Tracing the historical connections between Hong Kong and Malaya. Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/415928.(港大的陆佑铜像:寻访香港与马来亚的历史联系)

Pek Wee Chuen (23 July 2018), "The Connection between Hai San and the Head of HKU: Lai Chi Hsi and Malaya (Part 1)", Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/435453.(海山大哥与港大系主任:赖际熙与马来亚的联系(上))

Pek Wee Chuen (24 July 2018), "The Connection between Hai San and the Head of HKU: Lai Chi Hsi and Malaya (Part 2)", Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/435650.(海山大哥与港大系主任:赖际熙与马来亚的联系(下))

Pek Wee Chuen (18 September 2018), " Chan Sow Lin's Cross-Border Achievements: Discussing the Geographic Significance of Larut", Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/443601.(陈秀连的跨域事迹:兼谈拿律的地理意义)

Pek Wee Chuen (20 January 2019), "The Forgotten 'Pangkor Engagement': Commemorating the 145th Anniversary of the End of the Larut War", Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/460945.(被遗忘的《邦咯副约》:纪念拿律终战145周年)

Pek Wee Chuen (18 March 2019), "The Visible Women of Larut: A Pre-British Era Women's Rescue Operation", Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/467068.(看得见的拿律女性:英治前夕一场妇女营救行动)

Pek Wee Chuen (28 June 2019), "Dominating the South: The Larut War and the Rooting of the Sikh Community", Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/481596.(威震南邦:拿律战争与锡克人的扎根)

Pek Wee Chuen. (16 October 2019). "Penang’s Hokkien Merchants: Larut in the Tin Mining Industry Chain" in Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/496144.(锡矿产业链中的拿律—槟城福建商人)

Pek Wee Chuen. (1 January 2020). "Looking for the Vanished Larut Old Mining District" in Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/505525.(寻找消失的拿律旧矿区)

Pek Wee Chuen. (16 March 2020). "The Fengshan Temple Stele in Taiping: A Social Network Map on Stone" in Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/514874.(太平凤山寺碑记:石头上的社会关系图)

Pek Wee Chuen. (28 May 2020). "Pandemic as Life: Chinese, Miners, and Beriberi in the 19th Century" in Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/527636.(疫情即生活:19世纪的华人、矿工、脚气病)

Pek Wee Chuen. (30 October 2020). "Mukim, the Forgotten Administrative Division" in Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/548719.(Mukim,被遗忘的行政区划)

Pek Wee Chuen. (11 January 2021). "On the New Secondary School Geography Curriculum: What Kind of Geography Education Do We Need? (Part 1)" in Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/558430.(谈独中新编高中地理(上):我们需要怎样的地理教育?)

Pek Wee Chuen. (21 January 2021). "On the New Secondary School Geography Curriculum: Creating a Textbook for All (Part 2)" in Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/559902.(谈独中新编高中地理(下):打造全民教科书)

Pek Wee Chuen. (18 February 2022). "The Larut Bosses in the Penang Tua Pek Kong Temple" in Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/611149.(槟城大伯公街福德祠里的拿律大佬)

Pek Wee Chuen. (23 December 2022). "Tracing the Roots of Chinese Miners on Ipoh Street Signs" in Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/649131.(怡保街路牌上的华人矿家溯源)

Pek Wee Chuen. (9 May 2023). "Larut Miner in the Pre-Colonial Period: The Tongzhi Ancient Tomb in front of the Lingnan Temple" in Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/664413.(前殖民时期的拿律矿主:从岭南庙冢的同治古墓谈起)

Pek Wee Chuen. (June 27, 2023). "The Temporal and Spatial Curses of the Ipoh Clock Tower and Dato Sagor Square." In Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/670048. (怡保大钟楼与拿督沙谷广场的超时空咒怨)

Pek Wee Chuen. (October 27, 2023). "Dual Citizenship among Chinese Navigating the Waters of China and Malaysia in the 19th Century." In Malaysiakini: https://www.malaysiakini.com/columns/684361. (十九世纪,游走于中国及马来海域的双国籍华人)

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Pek Wee Chuen (2023) “The Pan-Hakka Phenomenon: Contemporary Development of Hakka Neo-Ethnicity in Malaysia,” World Congress of Hakka Studies Biennial International Conference of the Consortium of Global Hakka Studies. By Hakka Affairs Council, Taoyuan City Government, HsinChu County Government, National Central University. 23 September 2023.
白伟权(2023),〈泛客家化:当代马来西亚客家新族群性的发展〉,发表于2023年9月23日客家委员会、桃园市政府、新竹县政府、国立中央大学主办,2023世界客家研究大会全球客家研究联盟国际双年学术研讨会。

Pek Wee Chuen (2018) “Carrying Capacity: A new perspective in understand the Larut War,” Conference on “The Forth Biennial International Conference on Malaysian Chinese Studies,” Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies, Malaysia & Department of History, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, P. R. China, 10 June 2018. (〈从环境负载力的角度看十九世纪拿律矿区华人社会的冲突〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2017) “The Interpretation and Standardization of Place Names by Chinese in Singapore and Malaya: A study of Lat Pau, 1887-1932,” Conference on “International Conference on Ming-Qing Studies,” The Committee for Promotion of Ming-Qing Studies, Academia Sinica. 19 December 2017. (十九世纪末至二十世纪初新马华人对地名的诠释与标准化:以新加坡《叻报》为研究(1887-1932))

Pek Wee Chuen (2017) “The Kong-Moon System in Larut: A Way of Understanding Chinese Social Relationships in a Nineteenth-Century Frontier Mining Town,” Conference on “2017 Annual Conference on Southeast Asian Studies in Taiwan,” Department of Southeast Asian Studies, National Chi Nan University. 2 June 2017. (〈港门体系:19世纪拿律华人矿区的开发及组织方式(1848-1874)〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2017) “Streets Names Associated with “Place” in British Malaya: A Comparative Study of Singapore, Penang and Kuala Lumpur,” Conference on “The 19th International Geographical Conference of Taiwan.” Department of Geography, National Taiwan Normal University. 14 May, 2017
(〈英治时期马来亚街道名称中的地名专名:以新加 坡、槟城和吉隆坡为比较研究〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2015) “Resources, State and Interest Groups: The Forming of a Chinese Society in Mining Frontier during the end of 19th Century,” Conference on “Ethnics, History and Territorial Society IV,” Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica. 21 November 2015. (〈资源、国家与利益集团:19世纪末马来半岛边区拿律地域华人社会的形成〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2015) “Toponyms of states and locals:A brief survey of street name changes in Georgetown, Malaysia. Workshop on Toponymy,” Workshop on “Toponymy workshop” National Taiwan Normal University. 17 January 2015. (in English)

Pek Wee Chuen (2014) “Industries Monopoly and Interactions of Bangs: A Study of Johor Bahru Town in early 20th Century,” Conference on “2014 International Symposium on Language, History, and Society: Global Perspectives on the Asia-Pacific Region,” College of Liberal Arts, National Taiwan Normal University. 28 May 2014. (〈行业垄断与帮群互动:以20世纪初马来半岛柔佛国新山市街为个案研究〉)

Pek Wee Chuen & Chen Kuo Chuan. (2014) “Multiple Identities and Ethnic Boundary: Changes in the Ancestral-land Consciousness of the Chinese Community in Johor Bahru, Malaya (1861-1942) ” Conference on “2014 Annual Conference on Southeast Asian Studies in Taiwan,” Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies of Academia Sinica. 25 April 2014. (〈多重认同与族群边界:马来西亚柔佛州新山华人祖籍地认同的变迁1855-1942〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2013) “From Political Marker to Ethnic Boundary: A Study of “㳉” and Huang-Qing Tombstone at Mian-yu-ting Cemetery in Johor Bahru, Malaysia,” Conference on “2013 Annual Conference on Southeast Asian Studies in Taiwan,” Department of Public Affairs of Fo Guang University & Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies of Academia Sinica. 1 June 2013. (〈从政治标示到族群边界:马来西亚柔佛州新山绵裕亭「氵月」与「皇清」墓的个案研究〉)

Chen Kuo Chuan、Pek Wee Chuen、Ng Yuen Yi、Jia Sheng Ling. (2013) “FORMSAT-2 Images Applied in Social Studies Teaching of Primary and Secondary School,” Conference on “2013 Taiwan Geosciences Assembly,” Aspire Park, Taoyuan. 14 May 2013.(〈福卫二号卫星影像应用于国中小社会领域教学〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2012) “From Gambier to Rubber: The Change of Industrial Landscape in Johor from Mid-19th to Early 20th Century,” Conference on “2012 Annual Conference on Southeast Asian Studies in Taiwan,” Center For Southeast Asian Studies of National Chi Nan University & Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies of Academia Sinica. 27 April 2012. (〈从甘蜜园至橡胶园:19世纪至20世纪初柔佛生产地景的变迁〉)

Pek Wee Chuen & Chen Kuo Chuan. (2011) “Tombstone Inscription and The Recovery of Early Chinese Social Landscape: A Study on Mian Yu Ting Cemetery of Johor Bahru, Malaysia,” Conference on “2011 Annual Meeting of the Geographical Society of China located in Taipei” National Changhua University of Education & Geographical Society of China located in Taipei. 24 April 2011.(〈义山墓碑与早期华人社会面貌的还原—以马来西亚柔佛州新山市绵裕亭义山为个案〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2011) “The Integration of Chinese Society in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 1855-1942,” Conference on “2011 Annual Conference on Southeast Asian Studies in Taiwan,” Graduate Institute of Asian Studies of Tamkang University & Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies of Academia Sinica. 29 April 2011.(〈马来西亚柔佛州新山华 人社会的整合(1855-1942〉)

Pek Wee Chuen (2010) “Ethnicity Interrelationship and Environment Adaptation, a Case Study of Taman Melor in Johor Bahru, Malaysia,”Workshop on “Chinese Overseas Postgraduate workshop,” Centre of Asian Studies, The University of Hong Kong. 14 May 2010.(〈花园聚落的族群互动:马来西亚柔佛州新山县茉莉花花园的个案研究(1987-2007)〉)

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Researcher, The Biography Of Chinese Tin Miners In Perak: Foo Yet Kai. University Tunku Abdul Rahman. (Apr. 2016-Mar. 2017)(〈霹雳州华人矿家传记—胡曰皆〉)

Cartographer, The Historical Materials Survey of Yangmingshuwu, Yangmingshan National Park, Chinese Cultural University. (2017) (〈阳明山国家公园阳明书屋耆老访谈及人文资料搜集调查〉)

Researcher, Seeking the Coordinate points of History, Ministry of Education. (104A104100/ 104-8040), National Chengchi University. (May. 2016- Nov. 2016) (〈寻求历史座标点〉)

Adjunct Research Assistant, Seeking the Coordinate points of History, Ministry of Education. (104A104100/ 104-8040), National Cheng Chi University. (Dec. 2015- Apr. 2016) (〈寻求历史座标点〉)

Adjunct Research Assistant, Study and Census on Taiwan Place Names: Taipei City, Taiwan Historica, National Taiwan Normal University. (2015-2016) (〈台湾地名普查研究计画:台北市〉)

Adjunct Research Assistant, The relationship between the natural resources and the making of the overseas Chinese society: A comparative study between Johor Bahru and Taiping in Malay Peninsula, 1850-1942, Ministry of Science and Technology. (MOST 103-2410-H-003-092-), National Taiwan Normal University (2012-2014) (〈资源型态与海外华人社会的形塑:马来半岛新山与太平的比较研究(1850-1942)〉)

Adjunct Research Assistant, FORMSAT-2 Images Application and Promotion for Teaching Activities, National Science Council. (NSC 101-2515-S-492-002-MY2), National Taiwan Normal University(2009-2012) (〈从太空看家园-福卫二号卫星影像亲身体验--福卫二号卫星影像应用与教学之推广〉)

Adjunct Research Assistant, Study and Census on Taiwan Place Names: Taipei County, Taiwan Historica, National Taiwan Normal University (2009-2011) (〈台湾地名普查研究计画:台北县〉(国史馆台湾文献馆))

Adjunct Research Assistant, Formosa-2 Satellite Images Applying to Local Geography Research, National Science Council. (NSC 98-2511-S-003-041-MY3), National Taiwan Normal University (2009-2012) (〈福卫二号卫星影像应用于乡土地理专题研究之教学研究与教学之推广〉)

Adjunct Research Assistant, Study and Census on Taiwan Place Names: Taoyuan & Hsinchu County I, Taiwan Historica, National Taiwan Normal University (2007-2008) (〈台湾地名普查研究计画:桃园县(一)、新竹县(一)〉)

Adjunct Research Assistant, Study of 95 Geography Curriculum Guidelines, The College Entrance Examination Center, National Taiwan Normal University (2006) (〈九五暂纲及考试内容探究-地理科(95):考(一)95012〉)

Adjunct Research Assistant, The promotion, governance and challenge of the nation: the emergence of banal national landscapes of “One Malaysia”, Ministry of Science and Technology. (MOST 104-2410-H-259-071 -), National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2015-2016)(〈国族的行销、治理与挑战:「一个马来西亚」凡常国家地景的展现〉(科技部))

Adjunct Research Assistant, The Commemorative Toponyms in Taiwan by the Dutch East India Company, Ministry of Science and Technology. (MOST-104-2410-H-259-068) , National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2015-2016) (〈荷兰东印度公司在台湾的纪念性地名〉(科技部))

Adjunct Research Assistant, The Spatial Administration of the Dutch East India Company on the Economic Activities of the Formosan Austronesians, Ministry of Science and Technology. (MOST-103-2410-H-259-067) , National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2014-2015) (〈荷兰东印度公司对台湾原住民族经济活动的空间统治〉(科技部))

Adjunct Research Assistant, Place names of the leaders: A comparative study on spatial politics of Zhongshan, Zhongzhen in Taiwan and Tunku Abdul Rahman in Malaysia, National Science Council. (NSC 101-2410-H-259 -070), National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2012-2013) (〈领袖地名:台湾中山、中正与马来西亚东姑阿都拉曼地名空间政治之比较研究〉研究助理(国家科学委员会))

Adjunct Research Assistant, Disappeared Place Names: The Change of Singaporean Toponyms since 1960s, National Science Council. (NSC 100-2410-H-259 -075) , National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (2011-2012) (〈消失的地名:1960 年代以来的新加坡地名变迁〉(国家科学委员会)

Adjunct Research Assistant, Study on Port Cities of East Asian Seas 16-19 Century II, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences. (FD101037), National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan (2013-2014) (〈近世(16-19世纪)东亚海港城市研究(二) 〉)

AWARDS/ HONOURS
  1. Top 10 Non-Fiction Books in 2022 Recommended by Sinchew Daily: "The Nanyang Code along the Equator: Accounts of Cross-Regional Cultural Field Research in Taiwan and the Malay Peninsula."
  2. The Best Doctoral Thesis Award 2017 by Taiwan Association of Southeast Asian Studies.
  3. Faculty Course Assessment Award for Individual, 11%-25%, Fall and winter 2012-2013 and 2015-2016; spring and summer 2013 and 2015
  4. Soochow University, Taipei, Taiwan
  5. Faculty Course Assessment Award for Individual, 10%, Fall and winter 2014-2015
  6. Soochow University, Taipei, Taiwan
  7. New Era Service Excellence Award 2020
TALKS AND PUBLICA LECTURES

A. Invited Lectures in academic institutions

(I) Malaysia

  1. Cultural landscape and fieldwork research methods. Presented at 2023 International MLAL (Chinese) Linguistic Workshop, Malaysian Languages and Applied Linguistics Department, University of Malaya. (马来亚大学马来西亚语言与应用语言学系举办2023国际语言学工作坊,「研究方法:文化地景与田野调查」)2023.11.11
  2. Geography and Digital Humanities Workshop. Presented at DCSUM Postgraduate Association, Department of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya. (马来亚大学中文系研究生协会举办,「地理学与数位人文工作坊」)2023.10.20
  3. The local development story of the Foo clan in Perak, presented at “Art and Social Science Campus Talk Series 1:The humanism of Chinese merchants”, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), New Era University College (NEUC), Malaysia. (新纪元文学与社会科学院主办,「新纪元人文学堂系列1:华商先辈·人文情怀第二讲:霹雳华人矿家胡氏家族的在地发展故事」线上系列讲座,〈霹雳华人矿家胡氏家族的在地发展故事〉)2021.7.29
  4. Hakka Settlement in Malaya: Distribution, Social Connection and Cultural Landscape , presented at Consortium of Global Hakka Studies Young Scholars Workshop 2021, University of Malaya, Consortium of Global Hakka Studies. (马来亚大学文学院、全球客家研究联盟主办,全球客家研究联盟2021青年学者工作坊,「马来亚的客家聚落:分布形态、社会连结与人文景观」)2021.3.6
  5. Mian-Yu-Ting Cemetery and the Early Chinese Society in Johor Bahru, presented at Malaysian Chinese Research Centre, University of Malaya.(马来亚大学华人研究中心,「绵裕亭与新山早期华人社会」) 2013.8.13
  6. The “氵月” Tombs in Mian-Yu-Ting Cemetery and the Johor Bahru town during Ngee Heng Period, presented at Academic Salons of Thow Teck Club, Johor Bahru. (新山陶德书香楼举办「周日书香.下午茶」第四场系列沙龙,「绵裕亭的“氵月”墓与义兴时代的新山」) 2013.2.27
(II) Taiwan
  1. "The Sin Aun Khoo Clan People in Maritime Trade Ports of Southeast Asia". presented at Maritime History Group Lecture, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica.(台湾中央研究院台湾史研究所海洋史研究群讲论会演讲,「派衍海国:东南亚海洋贸易港市中的新埯邱氏族人」)2023.9.26
  2. Malaya: Colonial Economy, Ethnic Relationship and Division of Region, presented at National Taiwan University Department of Chinese Literature. ( 国立台湾大学中文系,「马来亚」:殖民经济、族群文化与区域划分 ) 2021.11.25
  3. Chinese temples in modern Malaysian communities. Speech presented at “Why would the Gods Assemble? Religion and Non-State Actor in East Asia since the 18th century”, International Centre for Taiwan & Hong Kong Studies, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan.(国立中山大学台港国际研究中心主办,「为甚么就是满天神佛:18世纪以来的宗教与非国家行为体在东亚」工作坊,〈马来西亚现代社区的华人庙宇〉)2021.7.1
  4. Malaysian Chinese and Multi-racial Relations, presented at Asia Forum 2017, Sino-Japan Culture & Education Foundation and Hsing Wu University. (财团法人中日文教基金会、醒吾科技大学主办,2017年亚洲论坛「文化与观光产业之愿景」研讨会,「马来西亚华人及多元族群关系」) 2017.12.15
  5. Teaching materials collection for Local Studies, presented at Refresher course for geography teacher of Malaysia Chinese Independent High School 2017, Extension Division of In-service Education of National Taiwan Normal University. (国立台湾师范大学进修推广部办理106 年马来西亚华文独立中学地理科教师研习班,「乡土(马来西亚)教学资料搜集」) 2017.12.12
  6. Tōa-tō-tiâⁿ: The Development of Taipei City (Fieldtrip), presented at Refresher course for geography teacher of Malaysia Chinese Independent High School 2017, Extension Division of In-service Education of National Taiwan Normal University. (国立台湾师范大学进修推广部办理106 年马来西亚华文独立中学地理科教师研习班,「台北市街聚落的发展—大稻埕」带考察) 2017.12.6
  7. Dialogue of tombstone studies between Liudui of Taiwan and JB of Malaysia, presented at Hakka Forum 2017 of Liudui Hakka Cultural Park. (六堆客家文化园区2017客家论坛第三场次「古墓印记-台湾六堆与马来西亚柔佛新山的对话」主讲人) 2017.10.1
  8. A Brief Introduction to Malaysia: Colonial Economy, Division of Region, Ethnic Relationship, presented at 2017 National Chiao Tung University- Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman overseas workshop, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences. (国立交通大学人文社会学系2017 交大_拉曼 海外移地课程,「马来西亚这个国家的整体认识:殖民经济、区域划分、族群关系」) 2017.6.26
  9. The Malaysian Chinese under Multicultural Perspective, presented at Global Service Internship Program, Department of Global Politics and Economics, Tamkang University. (淡江大学全球政治经济学系Global Service Internship Program,「多元视角下的马来西亚华人」) 2017.3.29
  10. The Mining Frontier in Malay Peninsula: A Study on Larut Chinese Society, presented at Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica. (中央研究院台湾史研究所,「马来半岛矿业边区:拿律地域华人社会的研究」) 2016.3.14
  11. Ethnicity and Place Name: A survey of Linguistic Geography of Malaysia, presented at Department of Taiwan and Regional Studies, National Dong Hwa University. (国立东华大学台湾文化学系,「族群与地名:马来西亚的语言地理考察」) 2013.10.12
  12. From Gambier to Rubber: the Landscape Changes in Southern Malaya, 1844-1942, presented at International Master's Program in Asia-Pacific Area Studies, The College of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Dong Hwa University. (in English) 2012.5.18
B. Invited Discusser
  1. Geographical Name conference 2017, The Geographical Society of China located in Taipei and Department of Geography, National Taiwan University. (106年度中国地理学会、台湾大学地理环境资源学系主办「地名资讯研讨会与成果发表会」论坛嘉宾) 2017.11.9
  2. 2017 CAPAS - CSEAS Workshop of Young Scholars on Southeast Asia, Round table Session. (中央研究院亚太专题研究中心、政大东南亚研究中心CAPAS-CSEAS Workshop on Young Scholars of Southeast Asian Studies主办:「2017东南亚研究新生代研讨会」东南亚区域研究人员培育与展望圆桌会议与谈人) 2017.9.8
  3. East Asian Culture and Political and Economic Development Graduate Student Conference, Department of East Asian Studies, National Taiwan Normal University. (国立台湾师范大学东亚学系,「2017年东亚文化与政经发展研究生论文研讨会」评论人) 2017.5.20
  4. Workshop on Southeast Asian Studies, Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies of Academia Sinica. (亚太区域研究专题中心,「2015东南亚研究工作坊」评论人) 2015.11.26
  5. International Workshop on the Fujian Culture, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS) National Cheng Kung University. (国立成功大学人社中心「闽南文化研究文献的整理与研究」计画—第六次成功大学闽南文化国际合作工作坊与谈人) 2013.9.16

C. Invited Lectures in Secondary Schools:

(I) Malaysia

  1. The Nanyang Code along the Equator, presented at Foon Yew High School, Kulai. (for students). (柔中学古来分校举办联课活动讲座,「赤道线的南洋密码」讲师)2023.9.9
  2. How to cultivate Environmental Sensitivity, presented at Historical and Geographical Society, Foon Yew High School, Johor Bahru. (for students) (柔佛州宽柔中学联课活动史地学会,「如何培养环境敏感度」) 2011.7.16
  3. How to cultivate Environmental Sensitivity, presented at History Class, Kwang Hua High School, Klang, Selangor. (for students) (雪兰莪州巴生光华独中历史课,「如何培养环境敏感度」讲师) 2011.7.13
  4. How to cultivate Historical Perspective, presented at Historical Society, Foon Yew High School, Kulai. (for students) (柔佛州宽柔中学古来分校联课活动历史学会,「如何培养历史眼」讲师) 2011.2.16
  5. Computer Aided Cartography, presented at Department of Geography, Foon Yew High School, Johor Bahru. (for teachers) (马来西亚柔佛州新山宽柔中学地理科教师研习,「电脑地理制图」讲师) 2009.8.29
(II) Taiwan
  1. Big History in daily life: A Survey on Linguistics and Place Names in Singapore and Malaysia, presented at Department of Social Studies, Chung Hsing Junior High School, Taoyuan City. (for teachers) (桃园市立中兴国民中学104学年度社会领域教学研究会采社群模式运作计画,「生活中的大历史:新马地区的语言与地名考察」讲师) 2016.4.2
  2. The Historical and Traditional Taipei Field trip in Taipei, presented at Yongchun Senior High School. (for international exchange students, in English) 2015.12.15,22
  3. Operation of GIS, Map Desk Calendar Making, GPS integrated into Google Map, presented at Department of Geography, New Taipei Senior High School, New Taipei City. (for teachers) (新北市立新北高级中学,「地理科教师专业成长研习-GIS软体操作、地图桌历制作、GPS仪器结合Google map 制作地图」研习讲师) 2013.10-12
  4. Coastal Fieldwork on Sihhu, presented at Saint Vincent Senior High School, Yunlin County. (for students) (云林县四湖乡私立天主教文生高级中学担任102年高中均质化活动,「深耕海线—海岸实察工作坊」讲师) 2013.6.26
  5. GIS Applying to Humanities and Social Sciences Research, presented at Department of Geography, Hsin Tien Senior High School, New Taipei City. (for teachers) (新店高中空间资讯科技专题研习,「地理资讯系统应用于人文社会科学的研究」) 2013.5.1

D. Invited Lectures in other institutions:

  1. From Larut to Selangor's Mining Tycoon," Presented at The Kuala Lumpur And Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall.(隆雪华堂主办《百年传奇:陆佑铜像揭幕礼》演讲,〈陆佑——从拿律到雪兰莪的商矿大佬〉)2023.8.16
  2. "Taiwan@Nanyang: Grand History and Small Stories" Presented at the Sin Chew Daily's Literature Award Committee, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Malaysia(星洲日报花踪文学奖工委会、驻马台北经济文化办事处等《文学潮汐·南方风土》文学讲座演讲,〈台湾@南洋:大历史与小故事〉)2023.7.31
  3. "Keng Kwee's Ambition – Exploring the Historical Sites of the Larut War." Presented at the lecturer for the Dong Zong Teacher Education Bureau's event "History and Geography Teacher Teaching Exchange and Taiping Field Trip," (董总教师教育局举办 “史地科教师教学交流及太平考察活动”,「景贵之野望——拿律战争史迹踏查行」讲师)2023.5.27-29
  4. Getting into the fields: Materials, Problem Awareness and Meaning, presented at  Rumah Attap Library & Collective. ( 亚答屋84号图书馆主办,民间故事:你身边的口述史工作坊,“ 走入你家的田野:材料、问题意识和意义 ”讲师) 2021.1.16
  5. The Editing Concept of World Geography, presented at Dong Zong, Kajang. (Geography textbook briefing seminar for teachers) (董总主办,2020年高中《世界地理》新教材使用说明会特邀演讲人,“《世界地理》编写理念”) 2020.2.15
  6. The Story of Larut, presented at Kinta Tin Mining (Gravel Pump) Museum. (近打锡矿工业博物馆主办,第五届锡矿节“锡日好风光”名家开讲,“拉律战争时期的那些人那些事”讲师)2019.10.27
  7. The Larut War, presented at Git Academy. (导游学院,“拿律战争”讲师)2019.9.24
  8. The View of Life and Death of Early Chinese Society from Chinese Cemetery presented at Nirvana workshop of Life Managing Director. (富贵集团主办,生命经理师研习会,“从义山看早期本地华人的生死观”) 2019.6.13
  9. Why called Yishan? Do you know the story of the local Chinese tombstone? Presented at AIFM. (爱FM画龙点经节目,“为何会叫义山?本土华人墓碑的故事,你了解吗?”)2019.4.1
  10. New Directions in Annual Research on Local Studies: A Cross-border Perspective, presented at new book launching of Annals of Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum 2017.(新山中华公会举办,《2017年新山华族历史文物馆年刊》新书推介礼主题演讲,“年刊本土研究的新方向:一个跨域的视野”) 2018.5.31
  11. How much do you know about Johor Bahru's past? ! (in Cantonese), presented at Johor Bahru Kwong Siew Heritage Gallery Seminar. (马来西亚柔佛新山广肇文物馆沙龙,“新山嘅过去你知几多?!” (粤语)) 2018.2.11
  12. The “Derailed”Malaysian Mandrin: A Linguistic and Geographical Survey of the Malay Peninsula", presented at Brilliant Time: Southeast Asian theme bookstore. (莱佛士花读书大会、灿烂时光主办。【马来西亚系列】白伟权:“『离经叛道』的马来西亚华语:马来半岛的语言地理考察”) 2017.1.6
  13. Oppose Qing and restore Ming? Demystifying the Secret Society organization of the Southeast Asia, presented at Brilliant Time: Southeast Asian theme bookstore.(政治大学南风四重奏计划、莱佛士花读书大会、灿烂时光主办。【马来西亚系列】白伟权:“反清复明?揭开东南亚天地会组织的神秘面纱”) 2016.10.13

Name:
Position:
E-mail:

Academic Qualification:

Joe, LIAW Siau Chi (PhD)
Assistant Professor, Dean (Faculty of Communication, Cinematic and Performing Arts)
siauchi.liaw@newera.edu.my

B.A. in Philosophy (National Chengchi University, Taiwan)
Ph.M. in Philosophy (Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Ph D. in International Relations (Xiamen University, China)

PROFESSIONAL FIELD
MAJOR Philosophy, International Relations; Political Science
RESEARCH AREAS Party Politics, Regional Security, Malaysia and the Cold War, Political Communication
TEACHING SUBJECTS International Affair Analysis, Current Affairs Analysis, Introduction to Political Science, Gender and Society, Government and Politics, Malaysian Studies, Philosophy and Current Issues.
WORKING EXPERIENCES Dean, Faculty of Communication, Cinematic and Performing Arts (Dec 2020 to Present)
Deputy Dean, Faculty of Media & Creative Arts (May 2019-Nov 2020)
Deputy Head, International Relations Office (Sept 2018-April 2019)
INVITED POSITION/ADVISORY BOARDS COMMITTEES /PROFESSIONAL BODIES/ACADEMICS
  1. Research Fellow at the Research Clyster of “COLD WAR IN MALAYSIA”, University Malaya. (2023-2024)
  2. Visiting Research Fellow at the ASEAN Research Center, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (China, 2022-2025)
  3. Director of Political and International Relations in Southeast Asia Research Centre for Humanities(Malaysia, 2021-2023)
  4. Senior Research Fellow in Hainan Institute for Public Security Studies (China, 2018-2020)
  5. Academic Member of Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies (2018 to Present)
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS:
DISSERTATION/ THESIS

【Master】The Meaning of Sumbebekos in Metaphysics-The Proper Appreciation of 995b18-27, 997a25-33(《《物理学之后诸篇研究》附从者(Sumbebekos)的意义-困惑四(995b18-27,997a25-33)的分析及恰当的理解。》),Unpublished master's thesis, Chinese University of Hong Kong (2003), Supervisor:Prof. Kwa Tze-wan

【Doctor】The Development and Evolution of the Leftist Political Parties in Malay(si)a: From Formation of Malaysia to Konfrontasi Indonesia-Malaysia (1961-1965)(《马来(西)亚左翼政党发展与沿革:从大马计划到马印对抗(1961-1965)》),Unpublished doctoral’s thesis, Xiamen University, China (2018)

PUBLICATIONS

Co-Author

Fan, R., Li, W., & Liaw,S.C.. (2018). A Concise History of Malaysia (《马来西亚史纲》). Guangdong: Guangdong World Books Publishing Company.

Editor

Liaw, S. C. (Ed.). (2019a). Forum on Development issues in Malaysia (2019) [马来西亚发展论坛2019]. New Era University College;Nantah Education &Research Foundation.

Chapters

  1. Liaw, S. C., & Shen, L. Y. (2022). Liaw Siau Chi: Pursue Knowledge from living world [廖朝骥:将学问植根于现实]. In Center for Langguage Education and Cooperation and Renming Univsersity (Eds.), Seeking Wisdom in China: My Journey with Chinese Studies Program (pp. 269-285). Renming University.
  2. Liaw, S. C. (2022). Indonesia-Malaysia Confrontation and The Malay Leftist Leaders – Study of White Paper “ A Plot Exposed” [印马对抗与马来左翼领袖:以白皮书《一项被拆穿的阴谋》为中心的讨论]. In K. U. Khoo, B. W. Chiang, W. H. Ser, T. Y. Chen, Y. T. Chiam, & R. J. Chong (Eds.), Malaysia in Transformation and the Southeast Asian Chinese Community:Selected Papers on The Fifth Biennial International Conference on Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2021 (pp. 159-186). Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies.
  3. Liaw, S. C. (2019). Political Reform in Malaysia Chinese Association (2014-2018) [马华公会党内改革分析(2014-2018)]. In W. K. Phoon (Ed.), Unconsolidated Democracy: Malaysia 2018 General Election (pp. 135-145). Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies.
  4. Liaw, S. C. (2019). Introduction [导论]. In S. C. Liaw (Ed.), Forum on Development issues in Malaysia (2019) (pp. v-xii). New Era University College; Nantah Education &Research Foundation.
PUBLISHED ARTICLES/BOOK REVIEWS/REPORTS

Articles

  1. Ho, K. C., Qian, S., Liaw, S. C., & Lee, K. Y. (2023). Cold War Elements: A Discussion on the Influence of International Cold War on the Communist Party of Malaya from 1948 to 1989. Translocal Chinese: East Asian Perspectives. (Accepted for Publication) (Scopus)
  2. Liu, Q. k., Liaw, S. C., & Xue, F. (2022). Development of Digital Virtual Characters in the Context of Metaverse [“元宇宙”背景下数字虚拟角色的发展趋势研究]. Industrial & Engineering Design, 4(6),44-52.
  3. Ong, S. S. M., Chan, K. C., Liaw, S. C., & Chong, S. C. (2021). Bentong Constituency Study Before and After 14th General Election in Malaysia: A Preliminary Chinese News Analysis. Global Conference on Business and Social Science Proceeding, 12(1), 2021.doi:10.35609/gcbssproceeding.2021.12(61)
  4. Liaw, S. C. (2020). Traitors and Patriots: Indonesia's intervention to the Malaysia General Election of 1964 [通敌与效忠:印尼对马来西亚1964年大选的干预]. Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture, 9(1), 66-83. (MYCITE)
  5. Liaw, S. C. (2019). Indonesia-Malaysia Confrontation and The Building up of Sarawak Liberation League’s Guerrilla Force [印马对抗与砂拉越解放同盟建军过程]. Taiwan Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 14(2), 25-42. (ERA)
  6. Liaw, S. C. (2017). Expansion of Isis in Malaysia: Root causes and countermeasures. Southeast Asian Affairs, 3, 65–78.(CSSCI)
  7. Liaw, S. C. (2016). From Formation of Malaysia to Konfrontasi Indonesia-Malaysia [从大马计划到印马对抗]. Xue Wen(1), 40-45.

Book Review

  1. Liaw, Siau Chi. "Review of the Book Revisiting Malaya: Uncovering Historical and Political Thoughts in Nusuntara Ed. By Show Ying Xin and Ngoi Guat Peng ". Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 94, no. Part 2 (2021): 234-36. (Scopus)
  2. Liaw,S.C.. (2019). Micheal Leigh, Deals, Datus and Dayaks: Sarawak and Brunei in the Making of Malaysia (交易、拿督们与达雅人:马来西亚计划中的砂拉越与汶莱). Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture, 7 (1), 131-134. (MYCITE)

Report

  1. Bureau of Political and International Relations. Overview of Malaysia General Election (《马来西亚大选报告》). Southeast Asia Research Centre for Humanities(SEARCH) (Kuala Lumpur: July 2022).
  2. Bureau of Political and International Relations. Umno and the Malaysia 15th General Election (《巫统备战大选与第15届全国大选精简报告》). Southeast Asia Research Centre for Humanities(SEARCH) (Kuala Lumpur: August 2022).
  3. Bureau of Politic and International Relations. Malaysia Unity Government Policy of Diplomacy (《马来西亚联合政府外交政策走向》) Southeast Asia Research Centre for Humanities(Search) (Kuala Lumpur: 2022 December).

Commentary

  1. Liaw,S.C.. (2018). Preface. (序:改朝换代的注脚). In T. Looi, May 9, 2018: Change in Malaysia (pp. 5-6). Serdang: I-Serdang Media Enterprise.
  2. Liaw,S.C.. (16 June 2018). Mahathir, Anwar and Najib : Grievances and Hatred Constitute The Elements of Malaysia Politic. (三个人的恩怨情仇构成政局要素). World Affairs, 2018.12, 22-23.
  3. Fan, R., & Liaw,S.C.. (2018). Pursuit of justice: The political trend of Malaysian Chinese(追求公正:马来西亚华人政治走向). World Affairs, 2018.12, 17-19.
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  1. 2022-2027, Research Member, The evalution of Overseas Chinese’s Perception of the Communist Party of China(《海外华侨华人对中国共产党的认知流变研究》)(Project Number:22CDJ023), National Social Science Fund of China (Young Scholar),China.
  2. 2022-2023,Research Member , The Communist Party of Malaya's Views and Reactions to Ethnic Issues in Malaysia during the Cold War: A Study of the Radio Script "Suara Revolusi Malaya" (Pandangan Dan Tindak Balas Parti Komunis Malaya Terhadap Isu Etnik Di Malaysia Semasa Perang Dingin: Kajian Skrip Radio “Suara Revolusi Malaya” (1969-1981)) (No. Projek: GPF034c-2020),University Malaya (2022-2023)
  3. 2022, Research Member, The Cooperation and Exchange of Chinese Animation in Southeast Asia under the Background of the Belt and Road Initiative, (一带一路背景下中国动画在东南亚的合作与交流研究), Confucius Institute at Sebelas Maret University in Indonesia.
  4. 2020, Research Member, The Founder of Nanyang University: Tan Lark Sye (《南洋大学之父陈六使传》).
  5. 2017-2019, Research Member, Selected Documents on the Relations between China , Indochina and Indonesia in Chinese Newspapers in Southeast Asia during the Cold War(《冷战时期东南亚华文报刊中有关印支三邦与印度尼西亚对华关系的文献选编》, Xiamen University. .
  6. 2016-2018, Research Member, The Economic and Trade Relations between China and Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines (Maritime Silk Road): Research on the Archives and Newspapers Since 1949(《中国与海上丝绸之路上的印度尼西亚、马来西亚及菲律宾的经贸关系:基于1949年以来档案文献与报刊资料的研究》.
  7. 2014-2018, Research Member, The Collection and Research of Historical Documents on the Relationship between China and Southeast Asia during the Cold War (《冷战时期中国与东南亚关系史料搜集与研究》
EDITORIAL MEMBER/REVIEWERS

Editorial Board Member

  1. Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies (2018-2020)

Reviewer

  1. Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies (2020 to Present )
  2. Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (《马来西亚人文与社会科学学报》(2019 to present)
  3. The International Journal of Diasporic Chinese Studies(《华人研究国际学报》)(2022,April)
  4. Southeast Asian Affairs (《南洋问题研究》) (2019-2021)
  5. Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (《华人文学与文化学刊》), Volume 7, No. 1 (2019)
AWARDS/HONOURS
  1. Outstanding Graduate of Ph.D. Fellowship(China Studies Program), 2021.
  2. Xiamen University International Student Scholarship Second Prize, 2018
  3. China Studies Program: Ph.D. Fellowship (2014-2018)
  4. National Chengchi University, Academic Paper Award, Third Prize (Undergraduate), 2000
MASTER/PHD SUPERVISION
  1. Li, Jiaxin. "Study on We-Media of Local Food in China."( 《中国地方美食类自媒体研究》) Master of Arts, New Era University College, 2022. (completed August 2022)
CONFERENCES
  1. Liaw,S.C..(27 November 2022). Preliminary Analysis of the Historical News Footage of Nanyang University from British Pathe. [百代新闻社与路透社有关南洋大学的历史新闻片段]. Paper presented at the International Seminar Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Death of Tan Lark Sye
  2. Liaw,S.C. (3 July 2022). The Historical Development of Chinese Temple in Yong Peng Johor [永平宫庙发展]. Paper presented at the 4th Malaysia Chinese Folk Culture International Conference, Kuala Lumpur/Taipei (Online).
  3. Liaw,S.C. (25 December 2021). Challenges and Responses of Chinese-language Media in Malaysia during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Johor [马来西亚中文媒体在疫情下的挑战与回应] China-ASEAN Economic and Trade Relations in the Context of a Century of Transformation., Shantou University (online).
  4. Liaw,S.C. (26 July 2021). Political History (Post 1945). Moderator at the Globalisation and Deglobalisation in Asia Seas International Symposium for Young Scholars, Hong Kong/Kuala Lumpur/Taipei (Online).
  5. Liaw,S.C. (24 October 2021). The Expansion of ISIS in Malaysia and the Progress of Counterterrorism Measures (2018-2020).[“ISIS”在马来西亚的扩张与反恐工作进展(2018-2020)] Paper presented at the The 4th Regional Security and Counter Terrorism Symposium, Guangxi Minzu Univerisity (Online).
  6. Liaw,S.C. (30 May 2021).Indonesia-Malaysia Confrontation and the Leftist Malay Leaders: A Study of Nationalism, Allegiance, and Accusations of Espionage. [印马对抗与马来人左翼领袖:民族主义、国家效忠、通敌疑云] Paper presented at the Malaysia in Transformation and the Southeast Asian Chinese Community: The Fifth Biennial International Conference on Malaysian Chinese Studies.
  7. Liaw,S.C.(6 November 2020). Moderator (Section 3) at the International Forum on Regional Cooperation and Prosperity Sharing under the New Regional Order, Kajang: New Era University College.
  8. Liaw,S.C.(8 December 2019). Traitors and patriots: Indonesia's intervention in Malaysia General Election 1964 [“爱国者”与“叛国者”的争议-印马对抗下的马来西亚1964年大选] . Paper presented at the International Conference on Southeast Asian Chinese and The New Culture Movement, Kajang: New Era University College.
  9. Liaw,S.C.. (15 September 2019). Moderator at the 3rd Conference on Malaysian Folk Culture, Kuala Lumpur: Memorial Lim Lian Geok.
  10. Liaw,S.C.. (20 July 2019). Moderator at the International Hakka Forum (2019).
  11. Liaw,S.C.. (7-11 December 2018). The Konfrontasi and the building up of Sarawak Liberation League’s Guerrilla Force [印马对抗与砂拉越解放联盟建军过程]. Paper presented at The 4th International Conference on Borneo Chinese Studies, Xiamen: Huaqiao University.
  12. Liaw,S.C.. (10 November 2018). Crossing borders and conflict of army building: Case study of Sarawak young left [跨越疆界与建军冲突:砂拉越左翼华人的越界出走]. Paper presented at the 2nd Second International Conference on the Chinese of Southeast Asia, Kajang: New Era University College, 91-100.
  13. Liaw,S.C.. (25 November 2017). ISIS’s expansion in Malaysia: A study of internal and external disadvantages. ISIS在马来西亚的扩张:内忧与外患的研究Paper presented at The 2nd China-Malaysia International Seminar on “The Belt and Road: Maritime Silk Road”, Xiamen: Huaqiao University.
  14. Liaw,S.C.. (11-14 November 2016). ISIS’s expansion and penetration in Malaysia [“伊斯兰国”恐怖主义在马来西亚的扩张与渗透:特点与影响]. Paper presented at The 4th East China Sea Rim International Forum, Zhejiang Normal University.
  15. Liaw,S.C.. (7-8 May 2016). Progressive report on the book A Concise History of Malaysia [《马来西亚史纲》进展汇报]. Paper presented at the Conference on “History on Southeast Asia and the Book Series on The History of Southeast Asia”, Beijing University.
  16. Liaw,S.C.. (16-18 October 2015). The influence of CPC and CPSU towards MCP: The study on “Joint Written Opinion of the CPSU and the CPC” [和平共处时期中共与苏共对马共的影响——试论《中共与苏共联合书面意见》的争议]. Paper presented at the Sixth International Conference of Institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies, Xiamen: Huaqiao University.
  17.  Liaw,S.C.. (17-27 July 2015). Indonesia–Malaysia Confrontation [冷战东南亚:印度尼西亚-马来西亚冲突] . Paper presented at the 1st Studies of Contemporary History: Archive and Methodology, Guang Dong.
INVITED SPEECH/PUBLIC LECTURE

International

  1. Liaw, S. C. (7 March 2023). Development, Challenges, and Prospects of Chinese Media in Malaysia. (马来西亚中文媒体的发展、挑战与展望) Lecture at the School of Arts and Communication, Shuqian University.
  2. Liaw, S. C. (3 March 2023). Malaysia's 15th General Election and Challenge for Unity Government. (马来西亚第十五届全国大选及联合政府施政的挑战) Lecture at Lecture Series of Southeast Asian Affairs and Global Perspective, School of International Relation, Xiamen University.
  3. Liaw, S. C. (12 December 2021). Cultivating Integrated Education and Industry-Driven Talent for Communication Professionals in the New Era(新时代传播职业人才产教融合培养). Speech at 2021 Guangzhou(International) City Image Competition, Guangzhu (online).
  4. Liaw,S.C.. (19 November 2019). Resistance, Language and Writing (抗争、语言与书写). Lecture at National Chi Nan University.
  5. Liaw,S.C.. (24 May 2019). Pakatan Harapan Government 1st Anniversary: Opportunities and challenges (希盟执政一周年的机遇与挑战), Lecture at Beijing Foreign Studies University.
  6. Liaw,S.C.. (11 December 2018). Reflection of New Malaysia: 509 Malaysia General Election and Observation (509大选与新马来西亚的观察与省思). Talk at Centre for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University.
  7. Liaw,S.C.. (16 March 2018). Syed Husin Ali and Han Suyin (从异(族)而中(华):韩素音与Syed Husin Ali). Talk at the Book Sharing Section, Xiamen University.
  8. Liaw,S.C.. (30 December 2015). Chinese Education in Malaysia: An Overview. Talk at the Chinese Language Unit, Department of Modern languages, Faculty of Humanities, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.
  9. Liaw,S.C.. (18 December 2015). Malaysia Foochownese's Contribution to The Belt and Road Initiative (马来西亚福州人对一带一路的贡献). Talk at the 4th Fujian Culture Forum, Kuala Lumpur.
  10. Liaw,S.C.. (15 January 2015). Overview of the Turn of China's Diplomacy in the 1960s (概述60年代中国外交的转向). Talk at the PhD Student Forum, Xiamen University.
  11. Liaw,S.C.. (17 November 2014). Asia Dream, Truly Asia? Talk at the PhD Student Forum, Xiamen University.
  12. Liaw,S.C.. (1 November 2014). 40 th Anniversary of China-Malaysia Diplomatic Relations: Review and Outlook (中马建交40周年回顾及展望). Talk at the Forum on 40th Anniversary of China-Malaysia Diplomatic Relations, Xiamen University.

Local

  1. Liaw, S. C. (7 April 2023 ). Bridge over Troubled Waters: Navigating the China-US Narrative. Panel Speaker at the HEYA 2023 Global Discourse Series Zoom (Online).
  2. Liaw, S. C. (17 October 2022). Survey on GE15 related matters. Speech at the Centre For A Bett er Tomorrow (CENBET),Petaling Jaya.
  3. Liaw, S. C. (4 August 2022). Spicy or Not: On Chinese Cuisine in the Klang Valley Region(辣或不辣:谈雪隆地区的中国菜系)., Lecture at New Era University College.
  4. Liaw, S. C. (28 Jan 2021). Reaserch Tips for Using OneNote. Lecture at the Department of Chinese Studies, University Malaya.(online)
  5. Liaw,S.C.. (16 November 2019). Living towards Death: View points from Philosophers (向死而生:哲学家开的“救命”药方). Lecture at the New Era Life Education Public Lecture Series, Kajang: New Era University College.
  6. Liaw,S.C.. (28 April 2019). 45 Years of Malaysia China Relation - The Future Power Play. Talk at the Higher Education Malaysia Association (HEYA), UPM Golf Club.Liaw,S.C.. (4 January 2017). The influence of “Conspiracy Theory” on the Indonesia-Malaysia
  7. Confrontation: White Paper “The Plot Exposed” (白皮书《一项被拆穿的阴谋》初探—— “阴谋论” 对印马对抗的影响). Lecture at the Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies, Kuala Lumpur.
MEDIA

Current Affairs commentator
Dr Liaw is invited to comments current affairs and politics on Aifm, 8TV,NTV7, City Plus FM from time to time.

Judge

  1. 2018-2022, Datuk Wong Kee Tat Journalism Awards,( 华人报业拿督黄纪达编协新闻奖) Judge.
  2. 2021,Pertandingan Pidato Duta AntiRasuah Peringkat Kebangsaan, Judge
  3. 2020, 8TV show “Top Student” (学霸), Chief Judge
  4. 2019, 8TV Show “Top Student” (学霸), Chief Judge.

Columnist
Dr. Joe Liaw has been a columnist for Oriental Daily, Sin Chew Daily, and China Press for many years, with over 500 articles published. Currently, he writes a weekly column called "Something to Remember" (《记一忘二三》) in China Press and "Long Luncheon" (《长午餐》) in Nanyang Siang Pau. He also writes a column in Feminine Magazine.

Radio
Radio Host and invited Guest in Aifm ,988, and City Plus FM.

Film
Invited Guest in Season 2 & Season 3 of “Foodie”(老饕·吃貨), Online Culinary and Cultural Documentary Channel

Name:
Position:
E-mail:
Academic Qualification:
Dr. Janet WONG Shwu Huey
Associate Professor
shwuhuey.wong@newera.edu.my
PhD. (Curriculum & Instruction), Central China Normal University, China
M.A (Chinese Language & Literature), Nanjing University, China
B.A (Library Science minor in History), National Taiwan University, Taiwan
PROFESSIONAL FIELD

ACADEMIC SPEACIALTY

  • Education
  • Curriculum and Instruction
  • Teacher Education

MODULE TAUGHT

  • Principle of Education
  • Introduction to Curriculum
  • Principles of Instruction
  • Multicultural Education
  • Instructional design
  • Educational Administration
  • Classroom Management
  • Research Methodology
WORKING EXPERIENCE Teacher cum HOD: Pin Hwa High School, Klang (1996-1999)
Teacher cum HOD: Chung Hua High School, Seremban (2000-2010)
Lecturer cum Head of Edu.Dept.: New Era College (2011-2013)
Senior Lecturer cum Head of Edu.Dept.: New Era College (2014-2015)
Senior Lecturer cum Head of Edu.Dept and Teacher Training Center: New Era University College (2016-2017)
Assistant Professor cum Head of Edu.Dept and Teacher Training Center: New Era University College (2018-2019)
Assistant Professor: New Era New Era University College (2020-2022)
Associate Professor: New Era New Era University College (2022-)
Visiting Research Scholar: CSEA, Kyoto University, Japan (2023.3- 7)
MEMBERSHIP OF ADVISORY BOARDS COMMITTEES / PROFESSIONAL BODIES Committee Member: Teacher Education Committee of Dong Zong (2013-2018)
Academic Advisor: History Subject, Curriculum Department of Dong Zong (2013-2021)
Committee Member: Dong Zong Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) Committee (2016-2018)
Chief Editor: Journal of Education and Teaching (2019-)
Committee Member: International Editorial Board of the Global Knowledge Convergence Society (2022-)
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  1. “Philanthropists in Malaysia and Singapore”, Research Project of New Era University College (2017-2018)
  2. “A Research on Professional development of Chinese Teachers from Chinese Primary Schools at Sentul District, Kuala Lumpur”, Research Grant of Tan Lark Sye (2017-2018)
  3. “Sustainable Development of Chinese Education in Malaysia”, Research project of Chinese Education Series, Huaqiao University, Xiamen, China (2019-2021)
  4. Kyoto University,Center for Southeast Asian Studies(CSEAS),Japan: The Sustainable Development of Chinese Education in Malaysia: A Study by means of SWOT-PEST Analysis of Internal and External Environments (2023)
RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
No. Title Year Publication
1. First Author: The Value Orientation of Multi-Dimensional Evaluation 2013 Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2013,2(1):55-68 (c)
New Era College, Kajang
2. First Author: In-Service Teacher Training in Malaysian Chinese Independent Schools: A Case Study of the Courses Offered by New Era College 2014 2014 World Chinese Language Education Forum, August 2014, 397-406 (c)
New Era College, Kajang
3. First Author: Developing the Communication Path of Student’s International Perspective 2014 Taiwan Education Review Magazine, 2014, 3(11):52-55 (c)
Taipei, Taiwan
4. First Author: Diploma in Education: The Basic Training of Malaysian Chinese Independent School Teacher 2014 Dong Zong 60th Anniversary Special Issue Nov 2014,  565-570 (c)
Kajang
5. First Author: In-Service Teacher Training in Malaysian Chinese Independent Schools: Diploma in Education 2015 Taiwan Education Review Magazine, 2015, 4(3):67-73 (c)
Taipei, Taiwan
6. First Author: In-Service Teacher Training in Malaysian Chinese High Schools: Current Situation, Characteristics, and Issues 2015 Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, 2015, 4(1):31-45
New Era College, Kajang
7. First Author: In- service teacher training: The experience of teaching in Malaysia Chinese Independent High School 2015 Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences , 2015, 4(2):35-47 (c)
New Era College, Kajang
8. Chief Editor: The Theory and Practice of Chinese Language Teaching in Malaysia 2016 New Era College, Kajang
9. Guest Editor: New Era College Department of Education 10th anniversary magazine 2016 Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences vol. 5 Issues 2.
New Era College, Kajang
10. First Author: Instructional Assessment of Diverse Teaching 2016 The Theory and Practice of Chinese Language Teaching in Malaysia. Department of Education New Era College, Kajang. June 2016, 59-67 (c)
11. First Author: The Theory of Instructional Assessment in A Diverse Classroom 2016 Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2016, 5(2):47-63 (c)
New Era College, Kajang
12. Joint Editor:The History of Education from 1403-2015 and Chinese Education in Malaysia 2017 New Era University College, Kajang
13. Second Author: A Review of the Conference of ‘Theory and Practice of Teaching Chinese Language Teaching’ in Malaysia 2017 Overseas Chinese Education, 2:285-288  (c)
Guangzhou, China
14. Chief Editor: Research on Chinese Language Teaching and Learning 2018 New Era University College, Kajang
15. First Author: An exploration of Life Education among university students from the perspective of Chinese traditional culture 2018 Journal of Teacher Education, Vol. 5, No. 3: 10-15 (c)
Chongqing, China
16. First Author: Principles and implementation of basic appraisal of classroom teaching 2018 Research on Chinese Language Teaching and Learning, edited Wong Shwu Huey and Wang Ruixin, Kajang: New Era University College, 61-70 (c)
17. First Author: Xie Soon Kuen: A model Confucianist merchant and creator of the Purple Sea Business Strategy 2018 Philanthropists of Malaysia and Singapore, edited by Mok Soon Chong, Kajang: New Era University College: 380-397 (c)
18. First Author: Trends in the curricular design for special education in Malaysian institutions of higher learning 2018 Taiwan Education, Number 713: 53-62 (c)
Taipei, Taiwan
19. First Author: International exchange and learning in Chinese higher educational institutions 2018 Essays on Southeast Asian Chinese, edited by Ng Yean Leng and Huang Tou, Kajang: New Era University College: 177-186 (c)

20.

Chief Editor:Journal of Education and Teaching vol. 1 Issue 1.

2019

New Era University College, Kajang

21.

Chief Editor:Journal of Education and Teaching vol. 1 Issue 2.

2019

New Era University College, Kajang

22.

Second Author: Professional Competency of Chinese Language Teachers from ChinesePrimary Schools in Malaysia: An Investigation in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur

2019

Journal of Chinese Language EducationCSSCI), Vol. 17, No.1:22-41 (c) Singapore

23.

First Author: The Development of Special Education and Its Programme Structure in Higher Education, Malaysia

2019

Journal of   Education and Teaching, 1(1):47-60

24.

First Author: The Impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on Chinese Education in Malaysia

2019

Malaysian Journal of  Chinese Studies,  8(1):35-44
New Era University College, Kajang

25.

Chief Editor:Journal of Education and Teaching vol. 2 Issue 1.

2020

New Era University College, Kajang

26.

Chief Editor:Journal of Education and Teaching vol. 2 Issue 2.

2020

New Era University College, Kajang

27.

4th Author: A Conceptual Framework Toward Understanding of
Knowledge Acquisition Sources and Student Well-Being

2020

Frontiers in PsychologySSCI,Scopus), Vol. 11:1-13.

28.

First Author: Adapt and Transform: The Role of Contemporary Malaysian Chinese Organizations in Chinese Education in the Midst of Social Changes

2020

China Knowledge NetworkKCI),
Vol. 16:37-58, (c)
Korea

29.

Chief Editor:Journal of Education and Teaching vol. 3 Issue 1.

2021

New Era University College, Kajang

30.

Chief Editor: Research on Chinese Education and Teaching

2021

New Era University College, Kajang

31.

3rd Author: A Conceptual Framework Toward Understanding of
Knowledge Acquisition Sources and Student Well-Being

2021

Frontiers in PsychologySSCI,Scopus), Vol. 12:1-12.

32.

First Author: The Malaysian Community of Common Destiny and The Sustainability of Chinese Education

2021

A Study of Oversea Chinese National Feelings and Cultural Identity, China Social Sciences Press, Beijing, 157-169 (c) China

33.

First Author: Malaysian Chinese Education and Online Teaching in the context of COVID-19: Problems and Responses

2021

Journal of Global Chinese Teaching, Vol. 9:65-78(c) China

34. Chief Editor: Journal of Education and Teaching vol. 3 Issue 2. 2021 New Era University College, Kajang
35. Second Author: The Graduates’ Competency Development Towards Industry Revolution 4.0 in Malaysia 2021 Journal of Education and Teaching, 2021, 3(2):79-106.
36. First Author: Chinese Thinking and Practice: The Basis of the Sustainable Development of Chinese Education in Malaysia 2022 China Knowledge NetworkKCI), 2022, Vol 19:221-248, Korea
37. Chief Editor: Journal of Education and Teaching vol. 4 Issue 1. 2022 New Era University College, Kajang
38. First Author: Reflections and Prospects of Chinese Education in Malaysia in the Post-Epidemic Era 2022 Research on Overseas Chinese and Human Destiny Community , Beijing: China Overseas Chinese Press, 2022, 151-167 China
39. Chief Editor: Journal of Education and Teaching vol. 4 Issue 2. 2022 New Era University College, Kajang
CONFERENCES AND TRAINING
No. Title Date Venue
1. Moderator of Session & Paper Presenter: Multi-Dimensional Evaluation: New trends in the Evaluation of Teaching 2012.6.28 The 9th Southeast Asian Chinese Language Teaching Convention, New Era College, Kajang
2. Paper Presenter: The Current Situation and Choices of Training Methods of In-Service Teacher Training in Malaysian Chinese Independent Schools 2014.5.15 2014 Conference of Curriculum and Teaching Reformation in Technological Society, National Chi Nan University, Taiwan
3. Chairperson: 2014 Early Childhood Education Conference 2014.8.16 New Era College, Kajang
4. Moderator of Session & Paper Presenter: The Current Situation and Choices of Training Methods of In-Service Teacher Training in Malaysian Chinese Independent Schools 2014.8.22-23 2014 Convention of Curriculum and Teaching Reformation in Technological Society, Dong Jiao Zong Higher Learning Centre Kajang
5. Keynote Speaker: The Overwhelming Obstacles bring up the Competitiveness of Chinese Independent School Students 2014.11.5-6 The 3rd International Conference on Education Innovation and Education Competitiveness of 12-year Basic Education in Taiwan, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
6. Paper Presenter: In-Service Teacher Training: The Experiences of teaching in Malaysian Chinese Independent School 2014.11.9 The Review and Exploration of Malaysian Chinese Studies Symposium Conference, New Era College, Kajang
7. Moderator of Session: Malaysian Independent Chinese Secondary Education Conference 2015 2015.6.6 Taylor’s University, Subang Jaya
8. Chairperson &Paper Presenter: The Discussion on the Subject of Teaching Evaluation 2015.9.5-6 Theory and Practice of Teaching Chinese Language Teaching Conference,New Era College, Kajang
9. Keynote Speaker: The International Exchange Path of College Student 2015.11.4 Asia Pacific Elite Forum on Innovation Education, International Creative Industry Forum 2015, TransWorld University, Taiwan
10. Keynote Speaker: The International Exchange Path of College Student:The Experiences of the Department of Education, New Era College Malaysia 2015.11.5 The 4th International Conference on Innovative Education, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
11. Moderator of Session: Sun Yat- Sen International Education Conference 2016.10.15-16 New Era College, Kajang
12. Paper Presenter: The Research on International Exchange and Learning of Chinese College Student 2016.10.28-30 2016 Nanning & South East Asia International Academic Conference, Guangxi Normal University, China
13. Keynote Speaker: Citizens' Practical Pathway of Early Childhood Learning 2016.12.3-4 The 5th International Conference on Innovative Education, Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
14. Keynote Speaker: International Learning Pathway for Overseas Chinese Students in International Learning 2017.6.9-11 The 1st International Conference of “The Belt and Road”of Linguistic, Educational and Cultural Exchange, Xinjiang Normal University, China
15. Paper Presenter: On Life Education for College Students from the Perspective of Chinese Traditional Culture 2017.9.23-24 International Conference of Academic Perspective on Education and Quality of Life Southwest University, China
16. Chairperson &Paper Presenter: Teacher Evaluation Accomplishment Strategy Based on Class Teaching Evaluation 2017.10.14-15 Theory and Practice of Teaching Chinese Language Teaching International Conference, New Era University College, Kajang
17. Panel Discussion: Pedagogy of the Rural in Malaysia - A Case Study of SMK Tong Hua & Citizen Middle High School, Sarawak 2017.10.20-21 Pedagogy of the rural and Innovative teaching International conference. National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
18. Keynote Speaker: The direction of setting up undergraduate courses for special education in Malaysian universities 2018.5.26 2018 International Symposium on Special Education, National Chiayi University, Taiwan
19. Keynote Speaker: Teacher Professional Development Courses in New Era University College 2018.8.9 International Conference on Blue Ocean Strategy of Global Extension Education, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
20. Chairperson : Analysis on the Setting of Early Childhood Special Education Courses in Colleges and Universities under the Background of Inclusive education 2018.10.20-21 2nd Early Childhood Education International Conference, New Era University College, Kajang
21. Paper Presenter: The Spirit of Confucian Merchants in Malaysia and Its Modern Significance: A Case Study of Xie Soon Kuen, a Merchant of Chaozhou 2018.12.22-23 3rd International Academic Conference on New Overseas Chinese and New Development of Lishui in the Perspective of Reform and Opening up for 40 Years,Lishui College, China
22. Paper Presenter: From Survival to Sustainable Development: The Evolution of Chinese Education in Malaysia 2019.5.17 2019 Tsinghua Education Forum,Tsinghua University,Taiwan
23. Keynote Speaker: The Sustainability of Chinese Education in Malaysia: From the Perspective of Building the Community of Common Destiny 2019.11.14-15 2019 International Academic Conference of “Dialogue, Learning ,Mutualism: China-ASEAN Education and Cultural Heritage”, Southwest University and Guangxi University for Nationalities, China
24. Panel Discussion & Paper Presenter: Building the Community of Common Destiny in Malaysia and the Sustainability of Chinese Education 2019.12.21-22 4th  International Academic Conference on New Overseas Chinese and New Development of Lishui in the Perspective of Reform and Opening up for 40 Years,Lishui College, China
25. Paper Presenter: Reflections and prospects of Chinese education in Malaysia in the post-epidemic era 2020.12.12-13 5th  International Academic Conference on New Overseas Chinese and New Development of Lishui, Lishui College, China
26. Paper Presenter: SWOT-PEST Environment Analysis for Sustainable Development of Chinese Education in Malaysia 2021.11.13-14 Southeast Asia Forum"& Greater Bay Area Industry-Education Integration Innovation Forum, South China Normal University,China
27. Moderator  & Paper Presenter: The Sustainability of Chinese Education in Malaysia: From the Perspective of Building the Malaysian Community of Common Destiny 2021.12.4-5 2021 International Conference on Education and Teaching, New Era University College, Kajang (Online)
28. Paper Presenter: The Future of Chinese Education in Malaysia: Thinking, Practice and Linkage mechanism 2022.11.12-13 Conference of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas(ISSCO), Jinan University, China
29. Paper Presenter: Adjustment and change: the current state of development of Chinese elementary school in Malaysia 2022.11. 26-27 International Conference in Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Death of Mr. Tan Lark Sye, New Era University College, Kajang
30. Paper Presenter: The Foundation for Sustainable Development of Malaysia Chinese Education in the New Era 2022.12. 30 Winter International Conference on "Crossing Boundaries and Recreating Knowledge Spaces", Kookmin Univesity, Korea
PUBLIC LECTURES/ TALKS (in- and off-campus)
No. Date Title of Lectures/Talks Host Institutions/Schools
1 2023.5.16 Symbiosis and Integration-Chinese Culture and Multiculturalism in Malaysia University of Kitakyushu, Japan
2 2022.9.15 Foreseeing and meet your future self Chong Hwa High School, Kluang
3 2022.7.6 Independent High School Students and Chinese Education in a New Era Pay Fong Middle School, Malacca
4 2022.5.20 Walking the Long March in the New Era Chong Hwa High School, Kluang
5 2022.4.16 The Framework for Creatively Thinking SMK Bandar Utama Damansara 3, Selangor(Zoom)
6 2022.2.17-18 New Teacher of the New Age Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur
7 2021.12.19 Tools of Teachers in the New Age Kidoasis Education Centre(Zoom)
8 2021.11.5 How to be the person I want to be? SMK Sin Min, Kedah(Zoom)
9 2021.10.23 Be motivated with persistence Persatuan Guru-guru Tadika Negeri Selangor dan Wilayah Persekutuan(Zoom)
10 2021.8.28 How to Reignite Your Passion For Teaching? Malaysia Secondary School Chinese Language Teachers Association(Zoom)
11 2021.7.17-18 About Diversified Teaching Assessment San Min Independent Secondary School, Telok Intan(Zoom)
12 2021.3.25-26 Teaching and Learning in the Post-epidemic Era Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur
13 2021.2.6 Teaching and Learning in the Post-epidemic Era Curriculum Dept., DongZong(Zoom)
14 2021.1.18 The New Age Form Teachers Hin Hua High School, Klang(Zoom)
15 2021.1.13 About Multiple Intelligence San Min Independent Secondary School, Telok Intan(Zoom)
16 2020.11.21 The New Age Teachers Selangor and KL Chinese Teacher’s Training Camp(Zoom)
17 2020.9.25 Multiculturalism. Chinese Culture. Chinese Education Kookmin Univesity, Korea(Zoom)
18 2020.9.22 Choice is more important than effort? Education Dept. New Era University College (Zoom)
19 2020.8.7 How can teachers be parents Jabatan Pendidikan Negeri Selangor (Zoom)
20 2020.7.24 New Norm. New Learning. New Experience Kidoasis Education Centre(Zoom)
21 2020.5.4 A Talk for Freshmen Education Dept. New Era University College (Zoom)
22 2020.3.6 Principle of Instructional Chung Hwa High School, Seremban
23 2020.2.29 Psychological cognition of teachers in the age of AI Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur
24 2020.1.17-18 The value consciousness of new teacher Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur
25 2019.12.18 Grow with children in the age of AI Yong Peng High School
26 2019.11.19-
20
Education and Teaching Leadership Ministry of Education,Malaysia
27 2019.3.23 Team building and Leadership Confucian Private Secondary School, Kuala Lumpur
28 2019.3.15-
16
New Teacher Induction Confucian Private Secondary School, Kuala Lumpur
29 2019.3.8-9 Instructional Design and Team Building Catholic High School, Sibu Sarawak
30 2019.2.15-
16
Teachers' Basic Skills and Leadership Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur
31 2019.1.19 Teachers' Basic Skills and Leadership Chung Hwa High School, Seremban
32 2018.12.3-7 Principle of Instructional Chung Ling Private High School, Penang
33 2018.11.21 Teacher's Positioning and Influence Confucian Private Secondary School, Kuala Lumpur
34 2018.11.17 Teacher's Positioning and Influence Chung Hwa High School, Muar
35 2018.11.1-2 Educational Supervision Tshung Tsin Secondary School, Sabah
36 2018.6.9 Multiculturalism. Chinese Culture. Chinese Education Beijing International Education Exchange Centre, China
37 2018.5.12 Teacher's Influence Selangor and KL Chinese Teacher’s Training Camp
38 2018.3.24 The Leadership of  a Teacher Chung Hua Middle School No.1, Kuching
39 2018.3.14 Instructional Design Chung Hua Middle School, Klang
40 2018.3.10 New Teacher Induction Chung Ling Private High School, Penang
41 2018.2.3 Teach with Influence History Subject, Curriculum Department of Dong Zong
42 2018.1.26-27 New Teacher Induction Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur
43 2017.12.28 New Teacher Induction Foon Yew High School, Johor Bahru
44 2017.12.11-15 Principle of Instructional Chung Hwa High School, Seremban
45 2017.11.6-7 Instructional Design Tshung Tsin Secondary School, Sabah
46 2017.8.16 Class Teacher duty and management Dept. of Vocational Education, New Era College
47 2017.8.4 The courage of a teacher Penang Private High School Teacher’s Training workshop
48 2017.6.18 Chinese Education & Teaching Beijing International Education Exchange Centre, China
49 2017.6.16 Meeting your better self Selangor SMJK High School Teachers Training workshop
50 2017.5.20 Class Teacher duty and management Pei Chun High School, Pontian
51 2017.2.18-19 New Teacher Induction Chung Ling Private High School, Penang
52 2017.1.20-21 New Teacher Induction Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur
53 2016.12.31 Instructional Design、Instructional Strategies Pei Chun High School, Pontian
54 2016.12.30 Teachers’ Mentality Pei Chun High School, Pontian
55 2016.12.28 New Teacher Induction Foon Yew High School, Johor Bahru
56 2016.12.7-8 Instructional Design Dong Zong Success Education Group
57 2016.11.21-22 Instructional Design Chung Hua Middle School, Klang
58 2016.9.7 Chinese Education in Malaysia Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
59 2016.8.6 Classroom Management Dynabook Sdn Bhd
60 2016.6.25 Chinese Education in Malaysia Beijing International Education Exchange Centre, China
61 2016.4.23 Learn To be a teacher Selangor Primary & Secondary School Teaching Training workshop
62 2016.4.8-9 Teamwork, Leader, Humanism Pei Chun High School, Pontian
63 2016.3.26 Instructional Design Kwang Hua (Private) High School, Klang
64 2016.1.30-31 New Teacher Induction Chung Ling Private High School, Penang
65 2016.1.23 Instructional Design SM Chong Hwa, Kuantan
66 2015.12.30 New Teacher Induction Foon Yew High School, Johor Bahru
67 2015.11.28-29 Instructional Design Dong Zong Academic & Teacher Affairs Department
68 2015.11.16-17 Empower yourself and then educate others Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur
69 2015.8.29 Work Ethics Pei Chun High School, Pontian
70 2015.6.26 Classroom Management &
Effective Teaching
Dept. of Vocational Education, New Era College
71 2015.6.20 Chinese Education, Chinese Independent School, Chinese Teacher Beijing International Education Exchange Centre, China
72 2015.6.12-13 Innovative Teaching Han Chiang High School, Penang
73 2015.4.11 Classroom Management Pei Chun High School, Pontian
74 2015.3.28 Classroom Management Hua Lian High School, TaiPing
75 2015.3.27 The art of talking to get your children to listen Hua Lian High School, TaiPing
76 2015.3.7 New Teacher Induction SCSBM
77 2015.2.8 Stress. Emotion. Mentality Sin Chew Daily Stress
relief workshop for
teachers
78 2015.1.31 New Teacher Induction Chung Ling Private High School, Penang
79 2015.1.3 Let’s Grow and Learn Together with Our Children Persatuan Murid Tua S.R.J.K.(C) SG Chua Kajang
80 2015.1.2 To seek for your original intention in becoming a teacher Foon Yew High School, Kulai
81 2015.1.1 New Teacher Induction Foon Yew High School, Johor Bahru
82 2014.12.29 Classroom Management Han Chiang High School, Penang
83 2014.12.9-10 Instructional Design Academic Dept. Of Dong Zong
84 2014.7.28 A happy teacher, A happy student Sin Chew Daily Kuala Lumpur International Book Fair
85 2014.5.30 Chinese Education, Chinese Independent School, Chinese Language Teacher Training The Chinese University of Hong Kong,        Hong Kong
86 2014.5.24 Chinese Education, Chinese Independent School, New Era Beijing International Education Exchange Centre, China
87 2014.5.14 Chinese Education, Chinese Independent School, Teacher Training National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
88 2014.5.10 Educational Supervision Training for mentor SCSBM
89 2014.4.1 New teacher induction – emotion management & classroom management New Era College
90 2014.3.24-25 Empower yourself and then educate others Phor Tay Private High School, Penang
91 2014.3 New Teacher Induction Yu Yuan Secondary School, Sabah
92 2014.3 Teaching skills, Professional Ethics for teachers Tshung Tsin Secondary School, Sabah
93 2013.12.31 New Teacher Induction Foon Yew High School, Johor Bahru
94 2013.12.30 I Am a Happy Teacher Yong Peng High School
95 2013.12.27-28 Empower yourself and then educate others Pei Yuan High School, Kampar
96 2013.10.31 To become a teacher & to manage your emotion Tshung Tsin Secondary School, Sabah
97 2013.8.10 The Prospects of Preschool Education in Malaysia Talento Early Childhood Education Centre
98 2013.8.3 Teachers’ Mental Health Jit Sin Ind. High School, Bukit Mertajam
99 2013.5.29 Teachers’ work mentality and team building Dept. of Vocational Education, New Era College
100 2013.3.1-2 New Teacher Induction History Subject, Curriculum Department of Dong Zong
101 2012.12.31 New Teacher Induction Foon Yew High School, Johor Bahru
102 2012.9.29 Educational Supervision Training for mentee Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur
103 2012.7.21 Emotion and Mentality SMK Seremban 2
104 2012.5.18 Educational Supervision Training for mentor Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur
105 2012.5.17 Educational Supervision Training for mentor Kwang Hua (Private) High School, Klang
106 2012.3.10 New Teacher Induction Foon Yew High School, Johor Bahru
107 2012.3.9 Classroom Management Pei Hwa High School, Sungai Mati
108 2012.2.10 Theory of Multiple Intelligence and Teaching Pin Hwa High School, Klang
Name:
Position:
E-mail:
Academic Qualification:
Dr. Wang Ruixin
Associate Professor
ruixin.wang@newera.edu.my
Bachelor of Law, Xinjiang Normal University, China
Master of Philosophy, Xinjiang Normal University, China
Ph D., Nankai University, China
PROFESSIONAL FIELD

MAJOR

Philosophy
RESEARCH INTERESTS Western Philosophy

COURSES TAUGHT

Linguistics, Second language acquisition, Educational psychology, Teaching Chinese as second language
WORKING EXPERIENCE
  • Teacher. Teaching Politics in the Third Middle School of Urumqi, China. (09.1999~ 12.1999)
  • Lecturer. Teaching Philosophy in Xinjiang University, China. (09.2001~ 12.2001)
  • Lecturer. Teaching Philosophy in Beijing United University, China. (07.2006~ 06.2008)
  • Part Time Lecturer. Teaching the courses of “Diploma in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language”, Chinese Culture and so on in New Era College, Malaysia. (08.2009~ 12.2010)
  • Full Time Lecturer. Teaching the course of “Diploma in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language” in New Era College, Malaysia. (01.2011~ 12.2015)
  • Senior Lecturer. Teaching Linguistics, Educational psychology and the course “Diploma in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language” in New Era College, Malaysia. (2016~2017)
  • Assistant Professor. Teaching Linguistics, Educational psychology and the course “Diploma in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language” in New Era University College, Malaysia. (2018— )
  • Supervisor of Master and PH.D. in Chinese Study (2019— )
  • Supervisor of Master and PH.D. in Education (2019— )
  • Chief editor of “Journal of Education and Teaching” (2019— )
  • Member of “The International Society for Chinese Language Teaching” (2019— )
  • Member of “The Academic Committee of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences”, New Era University College. (2021— )
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS
ACADEMIC MONOGRAPHS
  • Wang RX. 2008. Psychoanalysis and the Frankfurt School’s Ideological Criticism. Beijing: Hongqi Press. 276pp
  • Wang RX. 2015. Practice and Thinking of Chinese as a second language in Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Mentor Publishing. 129pp
  • Wang RX. 2015. Psycho-Analysis and A Critique of the Frankfurt School. Kajang: New Era College. 240pp
    WONG SH & WANG RX. (Chief Ed) 2016. Theory and Practice of Chinese Language Teaching in Malaysia. Kajang: New Era College. 276pp
  • WONG SH, WANG RX. (Chief Ed) 2016. Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences: Special Issue of Chinese Language Teaching on10th Anniversary of the Education Department, New Era College”. Kajang: New Era College. 133pp
  • LIM CK & WANG RX. (Chief Ed) 2017. Pioneering and Dispersing: Hokkiens Along the Maritime Silk Road. Kuala Lumpur, Kajang: Selangor and Kuala Lumpur Hokkien Association and New Era University College. 207pp
  • WONG SH, WANG RX. (Chief Ed) 2018. Research on Chinese Language Teaching and Learning. Kajang: New Era University College. 261pp
JOURNAL PAPERS
  1. Wang RX. 2002. “Management Philosophy of Te Bian Dian Gong in Xinjiang”. Policy and Management,10:45-46.
  2. Wang RX. 2003. “The Ethical Spirit of Socialist Market Economy”. Xinjiang Social Science, 4:17-19.
  3. Wang RX. 2004. “The Essence and Value of Market Economy”, Morality and civilization, 2:37-40. (CSSCI; Philosophy & Social Science Citation Index)
  4. Wang RX. 2005. “Psychoanalysis and Critical Words”, Social Science Research, 6:65-69. (CSSCI; Philosophy & Social Science Citation Index)
  5. Wang RX. 2006. “Philosophical Perspective of Market Economic Ethics”, Theory Front, 1:20-22. (CSSCI; Philosophy & Social Science Citation Index)
  6. Wang RX & Gao YP. 2008. “The present situation and analysis of Chinese basic political participation”, Journal of Hebei Profession and Skill College, 2:82-84.
  7. Wang RX. 2011. “Game Teaching-Effective Method of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language”, New Trends and Scientific Implications in Chinese Linguistic Studies, pp.120-124.
  8. Wang RX. 2012. “Psychoanalysis and Habermas’ Critical Hermeneutic”, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 1:78-86.
  9. Wang RX. 2012. “The Subjective Issues in the Teaching Chinese Reading as a second language”, Overview and Prospects of the Chinese Language Teaching in Southeast Asia Region, pp.160-164.
  10. Wang RX. 2013. “Analysis of Localized Training Mode of International Chinese Teachers in Malaysia”, HANYU GUOJI JIAOYU RENCAI PEIYANG LILUN YANJIU, pp.78-86.
  11. Wang RX. 2013. “Historical Effects of the Frankfurt School Integrated with Psychoanalysis”, LANGFANG Normal College Journal, 5:105-109.
  12. Wang RX. 2014. “Chinese as a Second Language and Instructions on Grammar through Situational Teaching”, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2:35-42.
  13. Wang RX. 2014. “The Reflections of Translation Method in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language-An Analysis Based on Teaching Record”, SHIJIE HUAWEN JIAOYU LUNTAN, pp.417-426.
  14. Wang RX. 2015. “Ethnic Identity and Acculturation: Malaysian Chinese and the Malay Language”, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2:35-47.
  15. Wang RX. 2016 “An Analysis to the Question of Teaching Chinese as a second language or a foreign language in Malaysia”, Theory and Practice of Chinese Language Teaching in Malaysia, pp.229-236.
  16. Wang RX. 2016. “The Direction of Training of Local Mandarin Teachers in Malaysia”, Malaysian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 2:117-124.
  17. Wang RX & WONG SH. 2017 “A Review of the Conference of ‘Theory and Practice of Teaching Chinese Language’ in Malaysia”, Overseas Chinese Education, 2:285-288.
  18. Wang RX. 2017. “New Development Trends of Chinese Language Teaching in Malaysia in the Background of ‘One Belt and One Road’ Strategy”, Overseas Chinese Education, 7:903-909.
  19. Wang RX. 2018. “The Enlightenment of Chinese Language as a Second Language Teaching Based on Whole Language approach from Constructivism”, Research on Chinese Language Teaching and Learning, pp.161-168.
  20. Wang RX. 2018. “Lim Kuang Sia - A Legendary Life from a Fisherman to a Philanthropist”, Philanthropists in Malaysia and Singapore, pp.252-275.
  21. Wang RX. 2018. “A Think of Training Local Teacher of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language in Malaysia”, Essays on Southeast Asian Chinese, pp.167-176.
  22. Wang RX. 2019. “An Exploration in the Overseas Practice of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language in Malaysia: Based on New Era University College Sample”, Journal of Langfang Normal University (Social Sciences Edition), 1:125-128.
  23. Wang RX. 2019. “The Characteristics and Motivations of Chinese language Communication in Malaysia Against the Background of the Multi-language”, Research on Chinese Applied Linguistics, 8:183-192.
  24. Wang RX. 2019. “Observation on the Role of Malaysian Chinese in Constructing the 21stCentury Maritime Silk Road from the Communicative Rationality”, Journal of YULIN University, 3:45-50.
  25. Wang RX., WONG SH&CHONG WL. 2019. “Professional Competency of Chinese Language Teachers from Chinese Primary Schools in Malaysia: An Investigation in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur”, Journal of Chinese Language Education, 1:22-41.(CSSCI)
  26. Wang RX. 2019. “Thoughts on the Development of Chinese Language Teaching in Malaysia”, Journal of Education and Teaching, 1(2):63-69.
  27. Wang RX. 2019.“Reflection on Teachers’ Professional Development of Chinese Education in Malaysia from a Perspective of Practical Philosophy”, Asia Pacific-Journal of Educational Sciences, 1(2): 32-37.
  28. Wang RX. 2019. “An Analysis of Ethnic Identity Among Malaysian Undergraduate Chinese Students from the Acculturation of Acquisition of Malay Language - Based on UTAR Chinese Students as the Research Subjects”, Malaysia Forum,1:63-80
  29. Wang RX. 2019. “The Subjectivity of Malaysian Chinese from the Philosophical Perspective”, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, 2:25-49.
  30. Wang RX. 2020. “New Trends of Chinese Language Globalization in Malaysia”, Global Chinese, 6(1):179-190. (Scopus)
  31. Wang RX. 2020.“Chinese Teaching as a Major in Malaysia under the Background of Chinese Globalization”, Chinese Culture and Teaching in the World, 7(1): 103-115.
  32. Wang RX., Chong WL&Heng HK. 2020. “The Motivation in Chinese Language Learning of Students from Chinese PrimarySchools in Malaysia: An Investigation in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur”, Global Chinese Language and Culture Education, 51(4):60-71.
  33. Wang RX. 2020. “A Philosophical Reflection on the Subjectivity Construction of MalaysianChinese”, Journal of SICHUAN MINZU College, 29(6):34-41.
  34. Wang RX & Joanne Tan JY. 2021. “Professional Training of Local Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (TCSOL) Teachers in Malaysia”, Journal of Education and Teaching, 3(1): 65-86.
  35. Gunawan WI & Wang RX. 2021. “Chinese Language Teaching in the Trilingual Schools of Indonesia: Problems and Prospects”, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, 10(1):27-43.
CONFERENCE PAPERS
  1. Wang RX. 2004. “An Preliminary Analysis of the Marxism Ideology”, Conference on Philosophy in China. Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing. 09-12/08
  2. Wang RX. 2011. “Game Teaching Applied in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language”, 1th Seminar on Chinese Linguistic. UPM, Kuala Lumpur. 28-29/07
  3. Wang RX. 2012. “A Discuss on Local Mandarin Teachers Training in Malaysia”, 2th
    International Chinese Teacher Training Forum. Communication University of China, Beijing. 27-28/07
  4. Wang RX. 2013. “A Study on Situational Teaching of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language”, 3th International Conference of Teaching and Studying Chinese as a Second Language. Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore. 12-13/09
  5. Wang RX. 2013. “Analysis of the Ethnic Identity of Malaysian Chinese from the perspective of Social and culture for Malay Language Acquisition”, 8th International Conference of ISSCO. Palace of the Golden Horses, Kuala Lumpur. 17-18/08
  6. Wang RX. 2014. “Explore the Teaching Practice Overseas on Teacher Training for Teaching Chinese as a Second Language-A Case Study in Specialty of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language of New Era College in Malaysia ”, International Conference on Professional Development for Teaching Chinese as a Second Language. University System of Taiwan, Miaoli.16-17/05
  7. Wang RX. 2014.“Perspective the Ethnic Identity of Malaysian Chinese from the Acculturation Model for Malay Language Acquisition”, Conference on Exploring and Revisiting Issues in Malaysian Chinese Research. New Era College, Kajang. 08-09/11
  8. Wang RX. 2015. “A Discuss on the characters of Chinese Teaching in Malaysia”, Conference on Theory and Practice of Chinese Teaching. New Era College, Kajang. 05-06/09
  9. Wang RX. 2016. “Think about the Training Methods of Local Mandarin Teachers in Malaysia”, International Conference on Teaching Mandarin as a Second Language in Malaysia. UM, Kuala Lumpur. 05-06/11
  10. Wang RX. 2016. “Present Situation and Problems of Mandarin Teaching in Malaysia”, International Conference on Chinese and Mandarin of China and Malaysia in Nanning. Guangxi Teachers Education University, Nanning.28-29/10
  11. Wang RX. 2017. “‘One Belt and One Road’ and Chinese Language Teaching in Malaysia”, 1th International Conference on Communication of Language, Education and Culture. Xinjiang Normal University, Urumuqi. 09-10/06
  12. Wang RX. 2017. “The Enlightenment of Whole Language Approach to Teaching Chinese as a Second Language”,The 2nd Conference on Theory and Practice of Chinese Language Teaching. New Era University College, Kajang. 14-15/10
  13. Wang RX. 2018. “Chinese language Communication in Malaysia under the Background of the Multi-language”, The 15th International conference of Chinese as the Second Language. Zhejiang Normal University, Jinhua. 19-22/10
  14. Wang RX. 2018. “Whole Language Approach and Localization of Language Education in Malaysian Early Childhood”, The 2th International Early Childhood Education conference. New Era University College, Kajang. 20-21/10
  15. Wang RX. 2018. “The Spirit of Confucian Merchants in Malaysia and Its Modern Significance: A Case Study of Chia Song Kun, a Merchant of Teochew”, International Academic Conference on  New Overseas Chinese and NewDevelopment of Lishui in the Perspective of Reform and Opening up for 40 Years. Lishui University, Lishui. 21-24/12
  16. Wang RX. 2019.“Reflection on Teachers’ Professional Development of Chinese Education in Malaysia from a Perspective ofPractical Philosophy”, World Chinese Education forum. New Era University College, Kajang. 26-27/07
  17. Wang RX. 2019. “An Investigation of the Subjectivity of Malaysian Chinese From the Perspective of the OBAOR” , The 4th International Seminar on “Overseas Chinese and the Culture of Overseas Chinese Hometown in China, Guilin Tourism University,Guilin.11-14/10
  18. Wang RX. 2019. “The Significance of the Philosophical Study of Chinese Education”, International Conference on Education and Teaching”, New Era University College, Kajang.19-20/10
  19. Wang RX. 2019. “The New Trend of Language Communication in Malaysia”, Forum on Malaysian Mandarin Studies, Xiamen University Malaysia, Sepang. 21/10
  20. Wang RX. 2020. “Discussion on Talents Cultivation of Teaching Chinese in Malaysia”, International Conference of China-ASEAN Teacher Education, Nanning Normal University, Nanning, China. 27-28/11
  21. Wang RX. 2020. “The Dilemmas and Outlets of the Subjectivity of Malaysian Chinese”, 5th International Lishui Forum on Immigration and Overseas Chinese, Lishui College, Lishui, China. 11-14/12
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  1. “Ethics of Socialist Market Economy”, Research Project of Chinese Ministry of Education. Co-ordinator, 2002-2003.
  2. “The Condition of Political Participation of Chinese foundation”, Research Project of Beijing United University, China. Project Leader, 2006-2007.
  3. “Investigation of the Ethnic Identity of Malaysian Chinese from the perspective of the Acculturation for Malay Language Acquisition”, Personal Funds, Project Leader, 2013-2014.
  4. “Analysis of Ethnic Identity of Malaysian Chinese University Students from the Acculturation  for Malay Language Acquisition” , Funding of Sabbatical Leave of New Era College Academic Staff,  Project Leader, 2014-2015.
  5. “A Research on the Decrease of Chinese Students from Chinese Primary Schools at Sentul District, Kuala Lumpur”, Research Grant of Tan Lark Sye, Co-ordinator, 2016-2017.
  6. “Philanthropists in Malaysia and Singapore”, Research Project of New Era University College, Co-ordinator, 2017-2018.
  7. “A Research on Professional development of Chinese Teachers from Chinese Primary Schools at Sentul District, Kuala Lumpur”, Research Grant of Tan Lark Sye, Project Leader, 2017-2018.
  8. “Biography of Tan Lark Sye, Father of Nanyang University”, NANTAH EDUCATION & RESEARCH FOUNDATION, Co-ordinator, 2019-2021.
  9. “Sustainable Development of Chinese Education in Malaysia”, Research Grant of Huaqiao University, Xiamen,China. Project Leader, 2019-2021.
NEWSPAPER ARTICLES
  1. “If History Can be Return”, Oriental Daily News,15 Feb 2012, 26A.
  2. “Chinese, How Can I not Love Her?”, Humanities And Chinese Studies,2012[11].
  3. “Let Philosophy Light up the Starry Night on the Top of the Head”, Nanyang Siang Pau, Education Edition of Supplement, 4 Sep 2012.
  4. “行至水穷处,坐看云起时”,Oriental Daily News, 23 Feb 2013.
  5. “When Confucius suffered Laozi”, Oriental Daily News, 06 April 2013.
  6. “Discuss the Chinese Rhetoric”, Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 3,10,17,24 of December, 2013.
  7. “Discuss the Difference of Chinese Culture between China and Malaysian”, Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 11, 18,25 of March, 2014.
  8. “Discuss the Borrowing on Vocabulary between Chinese and English”, Sin Chew Daily
    Supplement, 18, 25 of November, 2014.
  9. “遥远的她——张学友中文歌中的诗情”,Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 17 Mar 2018.
  10. “七里香——周杰伦音乐作品中的诗心”,Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 10 Apr 2018.
  11. “在水一方——邓丽君歌声里的诗意”, Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 22 May 2018.
  12. “‘沧海一声笑’——黄霑词曲作品的侠义美”,Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 05 Jun 2018.
  13. “至少还有你——林夕歌词作品的意象美”, Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 19 Jun 2018.
  14. “我来不及认真地年轻——三毛散文诗里的洒脱美”,Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 17 Jul 2018.
  15. “我是一个任性的孩子——顾城诗作的童话美”,Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 31 Jul 2018.
  16. “零度以上的风景——北岛诗作的理性美”, Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 07 Aug2018.
  17. “一棵开花的树——席慕容诗作的灵动美”,Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 21 Aug 2018.
  18. “爱在西元前——方文山词作中律动的画面美”, Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 28 Aug 2018.
  19. “我是一片云——徐志摩诗作里的爱情”, Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 04 Sep 2018.
  20. “面朝大海,春暖花开——海子诗作的悲壮美”, Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 11 Sep 2018.
  21. “我如果爱你——舒婷诗作的朦胧美”,  Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 25 Sep 2018.
  22. “丁香一样的姑娘——戴望舒诗作的寂寥美”, Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 18 Dec 2018.
  23. “突然好想你——五月天摇滚里的梦想”, Sin Chew Daily Supplement, 22 Jan 2019.
MEETING MODERATOR/
KEYNOTE SPEECH
  1. “Ethnic Identity and Acculturation: Malaysian Chinese and the Malay Language” (Keynote Speech), UTAR University, 15-03-2015.
  2. Conference on Theory and Practice of Chinese Teaching. (Chairman of Organizing Committee & Moderator), New Era College, 06-09-2015.
  3. “Ethnic Identity and Acculturation: Malay Language Acquisition Among Malaysian Chinese University Students with Reference to UTAR” (Keynote Speech), New Era College, 13-07- 2016.
  4. International Conference on Teaching Mandarin as a Second Language in Malaysia. (Vice Chairman of Organizing Committee & Moderator), Kong Zi Institute, University of Malaya, 05-11-2016.
  5. The 2nd Conference on Theory and Practice of Chinese Language Teaching. (Chairman of Organizing Committee & Moderator), New Era University College, 14-10-2017.
  6. “Educational Psychology” (Keynote Speech), Seremban Chung Hua High School, 08-12-2017.
  7. “The symbiosis of Chinese culture and multiculturalism in Malaysia” (Keynote Speech), Chinese University of Hong Kong, 11-04-2018.
  8. “Educational Psychology” (Keynote Speech), Chung Ling Private High School, 11-06-2018.
  9. The 15th International conference of Chinese as the Second Language (Moderator), Zhejiang Normal University, 19/10-2018.
  10. “Educational Psychology” (Keynote Speech), Sarawak Teachers' Training Institute, 20-04-2019.
  11. Educational Psychology in Z-Gen” (Keynote Speech), Teachers' Training of Chung Hua Middle School No.1, 10/06/2019.
  12. “The art of classroom management” (Keynote Speech), Teachers' Training of Lawatan Penandaarasan Bahasa Cina.14/06/2019.
  13. International Conference on Education and Teaching (Vice Chairman of Organizing Committee & Moderator), New Era University College,19-20/10/2019.
  14. “Design of the Survey” (Keynote Speech), New Era University College, 06/03/2021.
  15. “Chinese Teaching of Phonetics and Chinese Teaching of Listening and Speaking” (Keynote Speech), Teachers' Training of Intan, 14-15/06/2021.
  16. “How to write degree thesis?”, (Keynote Speech), New Era University College, 23/06/2021.
  17. “Combination of Quantitative and Qualitative Research: A Case Study of the Quality of Chinese Education Teachers”, 5th Staff Seminar of New Era University College, 28/07/2021.
AWARDS
  1. Second Scholarship, Xinjiang Normal University, China, 1999.
  2. First Scholarship of “ShiChuanLiangYi”, Xinjiang University, China, 2001.
  3. Outstanding Graduate Student, Xinjiang University, China, 2003.
  4. Third Scholarship, Nankai University, Tianjin, China, 2004.
  5. Third Award of “Philosophical and Social Sciences Award[7]”, China, 2006.
  6. “New Era Teaching Excellence Award”, New Era University College, 2021.
TALKS AND PUBLICA LECTURES
  • “Happy Chinese Language”, New Era College, 20/09/2011.
  • “Happy Chinese Language”, New Era College, 18/02/2012.
  • “Reading Back to Students”, Sektor Pengurusan Akademik Jabatan Pelajaran Selangor, 15/03/2012
  • “Happy Chinese Language”, SMK Bekok, 08/04/2012
  • “Happy Chinese Language”, SMK Chaah, 08/04/2012
  • “Happy Chinese Language”, New Era College, 23/02/2013
  • “Comprehension Beauty with the Mind”, Sektor Pengurusan Akademik Jabatan Pelajaran Selangor, 16/03/2013.
  • “Happy Chinese Language”, New Era College, 14/03/2014.
  • “What is University?”, New Era College, 16/08/2014.
  • “Play with Chinese Language”, New Era College, 23/01/2015.
  • “What is University?”, New Era College, 11/04/2015.
  • “What is University?”, New Era College, 09/04/2016
  • “What is University?”, New Era College, 13/08/2016
  • “Play with Chinese Language” , SMJK Yu Hua Kajang, 10/03/2017.
  • “What is University?”, New Era University College, 06/05/2017
  • “Play with Chinese Language”, SMJK NOTRE DAME CONVENT, 28/08/2017.
  • “What is University?”, New Era University College, 16/09/2017.
  • “Play with Chinese Language”, New Era University College, 26/02/2018.
  • “‘Immersive’ to construct the meaning of Chinese language learning”, Sektor Pengurusan Akademik Jabatan Pelajaran Selangor, 12/05/2018.
  • “Play with Chinese Language”, New Era University College, 17/11/2018.
  • “Play with Chinese Language”, New Era University College, 13/04/2019.
  • “Play with Chinese Language”, ZOOM ONLINE, 30/04/2021.
Name:
Position:
E-mail:

Academic Qualification:
Prof. VOON Phin Keong 
Academic Director
phinkeong.voon@newera.edu.my

B.A. (Hons) from University of Malaya.
M.A. from University of Malaya.
Ph D. from University of Hull
MAJOR Geography
RESEARCH AREAS Human Geography, Chinese Studies, Regional Studies
WORKING EXPERIENCE
  • Former chairman and professor of Geography, University of Malaya.
  • Former chairman and professor of East Asian Studies, University of Malaya.
  • Director, Centre For Malaysian Chinese Studies, Kuala Lumpur (2002-2010).
  • Director, Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, New Era College (2010-2014).
  • Associate Dean and Director of the Academic Department, New Era College (2015-2017).
  • Vice President of New Era University College (2017-)
  • Professor and Dean of the Academy of Literary and Social Sciences (2017-)
MEMBERSHIP OF ADVISORY BOARDS COMMITTEES / PROFESSIONAL BODIES
  • Visiting Lecturer, Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Hull University England.
  • Visiting Fellow, Institute of Developing Economies, Tokyo.
  • Visiting Fellow, Harvard-Yenching Institute.
  • Visiting Fellow, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University.
  • Visiting Professor in Brunei University.
  • Visiting Professor in Soka University, Tokyo.
  • Chief Editor of Malaysian Journal of Tropical Geography.
  • Chief Editor of Journal of Malaysian Chinese Studies.
  • Chief Editor of Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies.
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
 RESEARCH PROJECT (2011-2019)
  • Chinese Pioneers in the Development Frontier: the case of Ulu Langat District, Selangor.
  • The Incubus of Debt: Poverty among Chinese Settlers in Pre-War Malaya.
  • Chinese cultural practices in Malaysia.
  • Trends in Malaysian demography and policy response.
  • Contemporary issues on the diffusion of Hanyu (Mandarin).
  • The Pioneers and the Land: Local Development in the National Context.
  • The Chinese towns of colonial Malaya.
  • Selected topics on Malaysian Chinese studies.
  • Chinese Business and Development.
  • Quality of Life and Its Parameters: The Malaysian Perspective.
  • The luck factor in Chinese business.
  • Studies on selected Malaysian Chinese socio-economic and historical topics.
  • Chinese towns and Chinatowns.
  • Values and Governance: with special reference to the Malaysia 2013.
  • Historical development of Ulu Langat District, Selangor.
  • Aspects of Malaysian Chinese business studies.
  • Selected topics on belt and road studies.
  • Selected topics on Malaysian Chinese and business studies.
  • Malaysian Chinese Population Study: Population and Distribution of Malaysian Chinese Dialect Group.
  • Local Research: History of Malaysian Chinese and Local Development.
  • Colonial Studies: A Study of Malayan Opium in the Pre-World War II, Chinatown and Chinese Towns.
  • Colonial Studies: A Study of Malayan Opium in the Pre-World War II, Chinatown and Chinese Towns.
  • Confucius lectures and modern educational concepts.
  • Economic Development of Chinese and Southeast Asian Countries - Performance, Dilemma, Challenge.
  • Prospects and Challenges of “One Belt, One Road” and Chinese Communication .
  • The relationship between Chinese characters and Southeast Asian economic performance.
  • Chinese Culture and Language Studies: Cultural Inheritance and Innovation, Chinese Teaching and Chinese Communication.
BOOKS Monograph
  • Phin Keong Voon, Western Rubber Planting Enterprise in Southeast Asia, 1876-1921,Kuala Lumpur:University of Malaya, 1976.
  • Phin Keong Voon & Zhong Wei Lu, China-Japan Relations in Transition: Towards Constructive Partnership in the 21st Century, Kuala Lumpur, 1998.
  • Phin Keong Voon, The Chinese population in Malaysia: trends and issues, Kuala Lumpur: Centre For Malaysian Chinese Studies,2004.
  • Phin Keong Voon, Malaysian Chinese and Nation-building: Before Merdeka and Fifty Years After, (Chinese and English, Volume I and II), Kuala Lumpur: Centre For Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2007-2010.
  • Phin Keong Voon, Calling Malaysia Home: Studies on the Malaysian Chinese Community, Kuala Lumpur: Intelligentsia Book Station,2018.
Collaborating
    • Phin Keong Voon & Teik Huat Khor, Prospering the Nation through Hard Work and Thrift, Kuala Lumpur: Centre For Malaysian Chinese Studies,2009.
    • Phin Keong Voon & Ji Jiao Zhang, Enterprise Anthropology: Applied Research and Case Study, Beijing: Intellectual Property Publishing, 2011.
PUBLISHED PAPERS
  1. Phin Keong Voon, “Chinese and Southeast Asian economies”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, China: Jinan University, 2010: 56-64.
  2. Phin Keong Voon, "Political changes in the post-independence period in Malaysia: towards democratic transition", in Xu Li Ping (ed), Globalization and Neighbouring Asian Countries Society and Culture, Beijing: Chongqing People's Publishing, 2011.
  3. Phin Keong Voon, “Bold entrepreneurs and uncommon enterprises: The Malaysian Chinese experience”, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol. 1, Kajang: Dong Jiao Zong Higher Learning Centre, 2012: 101-118.
  4. Phin Keong Voon, "Malaysian Chinese Education and Fund-raising Activities: Chinese Traditional Culture in Practice", Malaysian journal of humanities and social sciences, Vol. 1, Malaysia: Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, New Era University College, 2012: 1-17.
  5. Phin Keong Voon, “Transforming the development frontier: Chinese pioneers in the Ulu Langat district of Selangor, Malaysia”, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2, Kajang: Dong Jiao Zong Higher Learning Centre, 2013: 45-63.
  6. Phin Keong Voon, Chong Huat Ee & Kim Sin Lee, “Genesis of the Xian Shi Ye Cult in Malaysia”, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2014: 37-59.
  7. Phin Keong Voon, Pik Wah Fan, Siew Kian Ong & Hong Ching Goh, "Chinese cemeteries and environmental ethics: some insights from Malaysia", Universitas: Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture, Vol.47, No.7, 2014: 85-105.
  8. Phin Keong Voon, ”Chinese Cemeteries in Malaysia - Culture, Environment, Sustainability“, Collected Essays on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture, Kajang: New Era University College, 2017: 285-295.
  9. Phin Keong Voon, "A Brief Discussion on the Population and Distribution of Fujian and Other Dialect Groups in Malaysia", Pioneering and Dispersing: Hokkiens Along the Maritime Silk Road, Selangor and Kuala Lumpur: Hokkien Association;Kajang: New Era University College, 2017: 77-104.
  10. Phin Keong Voon, "The Chinese language and the maritime silk road: growth, trends and prospects",Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1&2, 2018: 79-100.
CONFERENCE PAPERS
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Malaysian Society and Chinese Studies”, a paper presented at the International Symposium on Overseas Chinese and Chinese Community Construction in the Internet Age, sponsored by Institute of Overseas Chinese International Relations, HUAQIAO University and Hong Kong Institute of Overseas Chinese, May 13-17, 2011.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Major demographic changes in Malaysia: future trends and implications”, a paper presented at the International Conference on Population Dynamism of Asia: Issues and Challenges Ahead, sponsored by Department of Geography, University of Malaya, July 11-13, 2011.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Malaysian Chinese Culture - Inheritance and Innovation”, a paper presented at Seventh International Symposium of Overseas Talents and the Development of China, sponsored by Foreign Affairs (Overseas Chinese Assairs) Office of Hubei People's Government, Foreign Affairs (Overseas Chinese Assairs) Office of Wuhan Government& Central China Normal University, June 8-10, 2012.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Chinese Teaching and Chinese Communication - Trends and Challenges “,a paper presented at the 9th Southeast Asian Chinese Teaching Seminar, sponsored by Dong Jiao Zong Higher Learning Centre Bhd, June 29-July 1, 2012.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Business professional training for the humane society: The role of cultural integrity and ethical principles “,a paper presented at the Fifth China-ASEAN Education Collaboration Week, Seminar on Business Professional Training in the China-ASEAN Free Trade Zone, sponsored by Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China and People's Government of Guizhou Province, September 19-19, 2012.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Chinese pioneers in the development frontier: The case of Ulu Langat district before the war”, a paper presented at the 3rd Malaysian "British Colonial" Academic Exchange Conference: The Chinese Community in British Malaya, Sarawak& North Borneo (Sabah), sponsored by Sarawak Chinese Cultural Association and Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, New Era University College, September 30, 2012.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “‘Chinatowns’ and ‘Chinese Towns’: Some Comments on Their Origins, Status and Characteristics”, a paper presented at Conference on “Malaysian Chinese in Historical Context: Interpretation and Assessment”, sponsored by Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, New Era University College, November 24-25, 2012.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Malayan Chinese and opium before the Second World War”, a paper presented at Conference on “Malaysian Chinese in Historical Context: Interpretation and Assessment”, sponsored by Institute of Malaysian and Regional Studies, New Era University College, November 24-25, 2012.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Changes and trends in Malaysian demography: implications and policy response”, a paper presented at Conference on Exploring and Revisiting Issues in Malaysian, sponsored by New Era University College, November 8-9, 2014.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Hanyu in the Maritime Silk Road Region: Trends and Prospects”, a paper presented at the Overseas Chinese and the New Silk Road International Academic Symposium, sponsored by Jinan University, May 13-14, 2014.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Memory of the Japanese Occupation in Malaya, 1941-1945: Atrocities, Remembrance, Lessons”, a paper presented at the International Symposium on the 70th Anniversary of the Victories of the Chinese People’s War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression and the World Anti-Fascist War, sponsored by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, September 2-3, 2015.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Confucius' Teaching Concept and "Result-based Education": taking Malaysia as an example, a paper presented at the Conference on Theory and Practice of Chinese Language Teaching, sponsored by NEUC Department of Education, September 5-6, 2015.
  •  Phin Keong Voon, “Malaysia Chinese Cemeteries- Culture, Environment, Sustainability”, a paper presented at the Conference on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture, sponsored by NEUC Tan Lark Sye Institute, October 10-11, 2015.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “A Brief Discussion on the Population and Distribution of Hokkien and Other Dialect Groups in Malaysia”, a paper presented at the 2nd Southeast Asia Hokkien Studies Seminar, sponsored by Selangor And Kuala Lumpur Hokkien Associatian, December 12-13, 2015.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “The relationship between role of Chinese and Southeast Asian Economic Performance”, a paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Southeast Asian Chinese Studies: Malaysian Chinese in the past, present and future, sponsored by The Federation Of Chinese Associations Malaysia, UTAR Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS), UM Malaysian Chinese Research Centre,Xiamen University Malaysia, New Era University College, April 16-17, 2016.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “the Belt and Road Initiative with the Prospects and Challenges of Chinese Communication>”, a paper presented at the 2016 Nanning International Conference on the Chinese of Southeast Asia, sponsored by Centre For Malaysian Chinese Studies, October 28-30, 2016.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “One Belt One Road and the Spread of Mandarin”, a lecture presented at UM Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, sponsored by University of Malaya, December 13, 2016.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Malaysian demography to 2030: trends and implications”, a paper presented at the Forum on Malaysian Chinese Population: Mapping Changing Social and Demographic Trends, sponsored by New Era University College, June 10, 2017.
  • Phin Keong Voon, “Quality of Life and Its Parameters: The Malaysian Perspective”, a paper presented at the International Conference of Academic Perspective on Education and Quality of Life, sponsored by The Research Institute for Education and Psychology of Southwestern Ethnic Groups, Department of Education, Institute of Physical Culture, International Institute, September 23-24, 2017.
SHORT ESSAY
  1. Phin Keong Voon, “The Originator of the Malaysian Chinese Studies”, published in the “Oriental Daily”, June 27, 2014.
  2. Phin Keong Voon, “he Exchange and Dissemination of ‘The Belt and Road Initiative’ and Chinese Culture”, in “Sin Chew Daily”, August 12, 2017.
BOOK REVIEW 1. My Story by Lim Goh Tong and Biography of Wee Kheng Chiang by Lam Chee Kheung (in Chinese), Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol.1, 2012: 136-139.
2. Chinatowns in a Globalizing Southeast Asia, edited by Leo Suryadinata and Ang Cher Kiat, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2013: 107-110.
3. Chinese Capitalism in Colonial Malaya 1900-1941 by William Tai Yuen, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2013: 81-84.
4. Chinese Circulations: Capital, Commodities, and Networks in Southeast Asia, edited by Eric Tagliacozzo and Wen Chin Chang, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2014: 91-93.
TALKS AND PUBLICA LECTURES
  • Title: The Belt and Road Initiative: An Exploratory Overview (2017.01.18 at New Era University College)
Name:
Position:
E-mail:

Academic Qualification:
Prof. LEE Kam Hing 
Director cum Research Professor, Institute for Sustainable Development Studies
kamhing.lee@newera.edu.my

B.A. (Hons) in History (University of Malaya)
M.A. in History (University of Malaya)
Ph D. in History (Monash University, Australia)
MAJOR History
RESEARCH AREAS Economic History, Political History, Overseas Chinese Business
WORKING EXPERIENCE
  • Lecturer at the University of Malaya (1973)
  • Professor of the University of Malaya (1993)
  • Visiting Professor at Peking University
MEMBERSHIP OF ADVISORY BOARDS COMMITTEES / PROFESSIONAL BODIES:
  • Research Editor at Star Publications (1998-2008).
  • Senior Research Fellow of Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya (2010-2017).
  • Visiting Fellow, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Harvard University.
  • Visiting Fellow at Koninklik Institut voor Taal, Land en Volkunde, Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • Visiting Fellow at Cambridge University, England.
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
BOOKS
  1. Kam Hing Lee, The May Tragedy in Malaysia: A Collection of Essays, B. Kinlay for Monash University Malaysia-Singapore Students' Association, 1969.
  2. Kam Hing Lee, Politics in Perak 1969-1974: Some preliminary observations with particular reference to the non-Malay political parties, Kuala Lumpur :Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 1977.
  3. Kam Hing Lee & Poh Ping Lee, Some socio-economic aspects of Perak society, Malaysia, Tokyo: Institute of Developing Economies, 1978.
  4. Kam Hing Lee, Harold A. Crouch, Michael Ong, Malaysian Politics and the 1978 Election, Oxford University Press, 1980.
  5. Kam Hing Lee, Robert Hunt, John Roxborogh, Christianity in Malaysia: a denominational history, Pelanduk Publications, 1992.
  6. Kam Hing Lee, The Sultanate of Aceh: Relations with the British 1760-1824, Oxford University Press, 1995.
  7. Kam Hing Lee, Education and Politics in Indonesia, 1945-1965, University of Malaya Press, 1995.
  8. Kam Hing Lee & Mun Seong Chow, Biographical dictionary of the Chinese in Malaysia, Pelanduk Publications, 1997.
  9. Kam Hing Lee& Chee Beng Tan, The Chinese in Malaysia, Oxford University Press, 2000.
  10. Kam Hing Lee, A Matter of Risk: Insurance in Malaysia, 1826-1990, University of Hawaii Press, 2012.
ARTICLE IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS
  1. Kam Hing Lee & Danny Wong Tze Ken, "Multi-Culturalism at the Fringe: Christianity and the Indigenous Communities in Malaysia", Universitas-Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture, 2013.
  2. Kam Hing Lee, Poh Ping Lee & Kee Cheok Cheong, "Chinese overseas remittances to China: the perspective from Southeast Asia", Journal of Contemporary Asia, 2013.
  3. Kam Hing Lee, Kwan Hoong Ng & Danny Wong Tze Ken, "Dr Sun Yat-sen (1866 C1925): medical doctor and China’s founding president", Singapore Medical Journal, 2013.
  4. Kam Hing Lee, "A Neglected Story: Christian missionaries,Chinese New Villagers, and Communists in the Battle for the hearts and minds in Malaya", Modern Asian Studies, 2013.
  5. Kam Hing Lee, Poh Ping Lee & Kee Cheok Cheong, "Robert Kuok: Family, Dialect, and State in the Making of a Malaysian Magnate", Australian Economic History Review, 2013.
  6. Kam Hing Lee, "Singapore as a Regional Film Hub in the 1950s and 1960s", Asian Culture, 2014.
  7. Kam Hing Lee, Kwan Hoong Ng & Danny Wong Tze Ken, "Dr Wu Lien-teh: moderning post-1911 China's public health service", Singapore Medical Journal, 2014.
  8. Kam Hing Lee, "Aceh-Penang Maritime Trade and Chinese Mercantile Networks in the Nineteenth Century ", Archipel, 2014.
  9. Kam Hing Lee, Poh Ping Lee & Kee Cheok Cheong, "Developers and Speculators: Housing, Ethnic Chinese Business and the Asian Financial Crisis in Malaysia", Journal of Contemporary Asia, 2014.
  10. Kam Hing Lee, Poh Ping Lee & Kee Cheok Cheong, "The internationalization of family firms: Case histories of two Chinese overseas family firms", Business History, 2015.
  11. Kee Cheok Cheong, Kam Hing Lee & Poh Ping Lee, "Surviving Financial Crises: The Chinese overseas in Malaysia and Singapore during the Great Depression and Asian Financial Crisis ", Journal of Contemporary Asia, 2015.
  12. Kam Hing Lee, "State Policy, Community Identity, and Management of Chinese Cemeteries in Colonial Malaya", Archipel, 2016.
  13. Poh Ping Lee, Kee Cheok Cheong & Kam Hing Lee, "From Patrimonialism to Profit: The Changing Flow of Funds from the Chinese in Malaysia to China", Journal of Contemporary Asia, 47(5):607-703, 2017.
Name:
Position:
E-mail:

Academic Qualification:
Dr. Edward FOO Loke Min
Associate Professor cum Director of Institute of Ageing and Professional Care
lokemin.foo@newera.edu.my

BSocSc (Hons) in Social Services (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Sarawak, Malaysia)
MSc (with Distinction) in Evidence-based Social Intervention (University of Oxford, England, UK)
PhD in Management (Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, UK)
MAJOR Ageing and Social Care
RESEARCH AREAS Private-finance Initiatives (PFI) and Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in Social Infrastructure and Services, particularly for Ageing Population; Ageing society; Ageing economics; Long-term Care; Investment in Retirement Villages.
TEACHING SUBJECTS Economic Principles & Issues; Statistics for Business; Introduction to Management; Principles of Marketing; Economics & Strategic Behaviour; Strategic Management; Managing Human Resources; Business Ethics; Foundations of E-Commerce; Business Strategy; Marketing Management; New Business Development; Organizational Behaviour; Strategic Management of HR; Principles of International Business; International Marketing; Strategic Global Operations; Academic Writing; Small & Medium Enterprise Management
WORKING EXPERIENCE
  • Doctoral & Postdoctoral (Grade 1A) Researcher, Accounting, Finance & Risk Division, Glasgow Caledonian University (2007-2009)
  • Senior Lecturer & Head of Department,  Department of Business Studies, New Era College (2009-2013)
  • Consultant and Chief Representative for Malaysia, Anbound Economic Consultancy (China) (2013-2017)
  • Consultant & Managing Director,  Retirement & Recreation Management Sdn Bhd (2017-2020)
  • Associate Prof & Director, Institute of Ageing and Professional Care, New Era University Collage (2020-present)
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS & SCHOLARLY OUTPUT
ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

Jamilah Mohamad and Edward Foo Loke Min. (eds.) 2015. University of Malaya Researcher's Handbook of Universities in China. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press (http://umexpert.um.edu.my/file/publication/00001107_132719.pdf last accessed on 23 December 2015)

Foo, L. M., Jiang, G.Y., Du, X, 2013, ‘China-Asean Prospects for 10 Years Ahead in Guanxi’ 胡禄铭,蒋工颖 &杜新2013, 中国-东盟新十年与广西机遇. China Economic Report. 中国经济报告, (10):95-98.

Foo, L. M., Asenova, D., Bailey, S. & Hood, J. 2011, ‘Stakeholder Engagement and Compliance Culture: An Empirical Study of Private Finance Initiative in Scotland’, Public Management Review. 13(5) pp.707-730 (ISI-indexed journal)

Foo, L. M. 2007. ‘Stakeholder Engagement in Emerging Economies: Considering the Strategic Benefits of Stakeholder Management in a Cross-cultural and Geopolitical Context’. Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society. 7 (4) pp. 379-387 (SCOPUS-indexed journal)

Foo, L.M. & Asenova, D. 2006. ‘Stakeholder Engagement in Scottish Educational PFI Projects.’ in Proceedings of the Fifth Scottish Trade Union Research Network Conference, pp.52-61. (Book chapter)

Foo, L. M. 2007. ‘Third-World CSR and Third-Way CSR: In What Way Should Responsible Corporations Serve the World? in Hooker, J, (ed). Controversies in International Corporate Responsibility: International Corporate Responsibility Series Vol. 3. Carnegie Bosch Institute, Pittsburgh. pp. 34-52 (Book chapter)

INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC CONFERENCES

‘中国-东盟合作发展的战略机遇与挑战: 马来西亚的国际博弈’ 政治学与国际关系学术共同体会议, 清华大学当代国际关系研究院, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 7 June 2013 (As Speaker)

‘Stakeholder Theory and Chinese Businesses’, RMIT School of Management, held in Melbourne, Australia, 9 June 2010 (As Guest Speaker)

‘Stakeholder Theories and Stakeholder Engagement’, INSEAD-IBIS CSR Workshop, held in Fontainebleau, France, 17 May 2007 (As Panel Member of Roundtable Discussion)

‘A Three-dimensional Model for Instrumental Stakeholder Theory’, BAM Annual Conference, organized by the British Academy of Management, held in Warwick, England, 11-13 Sep 2007 (As Speaker)

‘Third Way Corporate Responsibility vs. Third World Corporate Responsibility’, 4th International CSR Conference of Carnegie Mellon University, USA, held in Hong Kong, China, 22-24 Sep 2006 (As Speaker)

‘Stakeholder Engagement in Scottish Educational PFI’, 2nd Annual Postgraduate Conference, organized by Aberdeen University, held in Aberdeen, Scotland, 27-28 Jun 2006 (As Speaker)

‘Stakeholder Engagement in Scottish Educational Private Finance Initiative’, 5th STURN Conference, organized by Scottish Trade Union Congress, held in Glasgow, Scotland, 2 Jun 2006 (As Speaker)

‘Two ends of Stakeholder Engagement’, 6th Annual Symposium, organized by European Academy of Business in Society, held in Milan, Italy, 11-12 Sep 2006 (As Speaker)

Non-Journal Publications

Articles in newspapers: -

胡禄铭. 2011. 经济转型计划中的大蛋糕——有没华企的份?华研通讯第七期, 华社研究中心

胡禄铭. 2012. 剖析经济转型计划。 经济转型专栏,南洋商报 16-12-2011

胡禄铭. 2012. 参考英国私人主导融资经验:私人主导融资。经济转型专栏,南洋商报20-12-2011

胡禄铭. 2012. 给华商的行动建议:私人主导融资——华商靠自己。经济转型专栏,南洋商报03-01-2012

胡禄铭. 2012. 通过PFI促进私人投资。经济转型专栏,南洋商报10-01-2012

胡禄铭. 2012. 大吉隆坡重要性在哪里?经济转型专栏,南洋商报03-06-2012

胡禄铭. 2012. 油气与能源领域的发展。经济转型专栏,南洋商报06-07-2012

胡禄铭. 2012. 衔接人与人化成商机。经济转型专栏,南洋商报02-09-2012

胡禄铭. 2014. 一个大马梦和中国梦。马中视窗专栏,南洋商报05-08-2014

胡禄铭. 2014. 中国对虚热经济保持警惕。马中视窗专栏,南洋商报15-07-2014

胡禄铭. 2014. 中国消费拉动投资。马中视窗专栏,南洋商报19-08-2014

胡禄铭. 2016. 马中合作可推动新型城镇化。名家专栏,东方日报 17-12-2016

胡禄铭. 2017. 城镇发展不宜过快过大。名家专栏,东方日报 12-01-2017

胡禄铭. 2017. 城市化还需以人为本。名家专栏,东方日报 17-02-2017

胡禄铭. 2017. 如何应付中对外投资政策性大跌言路,星洲日报19-04-2017

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系列279:提升生产力推动增长引擎 | 15-05-2017
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系列250:快捷物流为电商添翼 | 17-10-2016
系列249:网络发达走入生活 电子商务势不可挡 | 10-10-2016
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系列243:强化智慧资本提升绩效 | 29-08-2016
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系列131:东南亚迈向世界工厂 | 23-06-2014
系列130:消费税机遇挑战并存 | 16-06-2014
系列129:消费税势在必行(下)应考虑富人税及暴利税 | 09-06-2014
系列128:消费税势在必行(上)借镜日本消费税 | 02-06-2014
系列127:招揽中东资金好处多 | 26-05-2014
系列126:大马房地产发展前景(下)打房措施未奏效 | 19-05-2014
系列125:大马房地产发展前景(上)房价为何飙涨? | 12-05-2014
系列124:加盟全球价值链(下)贸易兴衰环环相扣 | 05-05-2014
系列123:加盟全球价值链(上)发展中国家的喜与忧 | 28-04-2014
系列122:大马航空服务业前景(下)廉航化危为机 | 21-04-2014
系列121:大马航空服务业前景(上)911恐袭拖垮航空业 | 14-04-2014
系列120:乌克兰与俄国纷争(下)乌俄纷争影响油价 | 07-04-2014
系列119:乌克兰与俄国纷争(上)乌俄外交关系密切 | 31-03-2014
系列118:检视全球贫富悬殊(下)税务结构纰漏多 | 24-03-2014
系列117:检视全球贫富悬殊(上)如何实现永续增长? | 17-03-2014
系列116:美元黄金攻防战 | 10-03-2014
系列115:强化经济应对货币贬值 | 03-03-2014
系列114:改变政策提高女性就业 | 22-02-2014
系列113:女性劳动力停滞 | 19-02-2014
系列112:劳动市场定成败(下)不成熟转型导致职高薪低 | 10-02-2014
系列111:劳动市场定成败(上)就业率反映经济实况 | 05-02-2014
系列110:房产泡沫将爆破? | 27-01-2014
系列109:经济动力(下)通胀加剧消费力萎缩 | 20-01-2014
系列108:经济动力(上)内需经济萎缩中 | 14-01-2014
系列107:金融危机(下)家债国债如计时炸弹 | 06-01-2014
系列106:金融危机(上)公债还是私债惹的祸? | 31-12-2013
系列105:需要与想要(下)腐败病毒击垮经济 | 23-12-2013
系列104:需要与想要(上)债务膨胀 政府效率偏低 | 16-12-2013
系列103:ETP 降低失业率 | 09-12-2013
系列102:马中关丹产业园提升经贸合作 | 02-12-2013
系列101:罪案滋扰国家经济(下)经济vs罪案 | 25-11-2013
糸列100:罪案滋扰国家经济(上)治安不靖冲击发展 | 18-11-2013
系列99:大马与新兴国家抢外资 | 11-11-2013
系列98:永续增长靠制度改革 | 04-11-2013
系列97:油价动荡(下)石油减产是经济衰退祸首 | 28-10-2013
系列96:油价动荡(上)叙利亚局势如何刺激油价? | 27-10-2013
系列95:贫富两极化(下)重新思考济富政策 | 14-10-2013
系列94:贫富两极化(上)贫富不均全球蔓延 | 07-10-2013
系列93:转型能否弥合差距? | 30-09-2013
系列92:经常账危机(下)再平衡解结构问题 | 23-09-2013
系列91:经常账危机(上)外资退潮暴露结构问题 | 17-09-2013
系列90:木材出口(下)中国价廉威胁大马 | 09-09-2013
系列89:木材出口(上)木材业展现新契机 | 02-09-2013
系列88:捷运高铁发力(下)二线城市房产看涨 | 26-08-2013
系列87:捷运高铁发力(上)产业火红利商惠民 | 19-08-2013
系列86:服务业为先进国奠基 | 12-08-2013
系列85:东协经济社区(AEC)(下)各国差距大 统一是梦想? | 05-08-2013
系列84:东协经济社区(AEC)(上)经济一体化价值与挑战 | 29-07-2013
系列83:SWOT救活棕油业 | 22-07-2013
系列82:基建发展(下)马新高铁催旺周遭经济 | 15-07-2013
系列81:基建发展(上)建筑产业提升带动经济 | 08-07-2013
系列80:如何提高生产力(下)打造强大现代服务业 | 01-07-2013
系列79:如何提高生产力(上)开放市场果实丰硕 | 24-06-2013
系列78:贪婪与道德须平衡 | 18-06-2013
系列77:人口老化挑战(下)各式政策应对人口失衡 | 10-06-2013
系列76:人口老化挑战(上)延长退休舒缓家庭压力 | 03-06-2013
系列75:欧盟法令冲击木材家具业? | 27-05-2013
系列74:区域自贸协议(下)大型自贸协议急不来 | 20-05-2013
系列73:区域自贸协议(上)通往全球多边贸易 | 13-05-2013
系列72:最低薪制危与机 | 06-05-2013
系列71:槟城经济新浪潮(下)学习韩国重塑品牌 | 30-04-2013
系列70:槟城经济新浪潮(上)自由港+服务业=竞争力 | 23-04-2013
系列69:服务业临分岔路口 | 16-04-2013
系列68:中国梦,亚洲痛? | 09-04-2013
系列67:槟城恢复自由港(下)自由港利大于弊 | 02-04-2013
系列66:槟城恢复自由港(上)免税效益不可小觑 | 26-03-2013
系列65:妇女人力市场参与不足(下)多管齐下让妇女重回职场 | 19-03-2013
系列64:妇女人力市场参与不足(上)掉队女性太多 | 12-03-2013
系列63:绿色经济永续发展关键 | 05-03-2013
系列62:经济不平等 发展绊脚石 | 26-02-2013
系列61:全球服务贸易趋势VS商机 | 19-02-2013
系列60:华人人才流失(下)对症下药留住人才 | 05-02-2013
系列59:华人人才流失(上)外国月亮比较圆? | 29-01-2013
系列57:费用低廉沟通无碍 医疗旅游卖点突出 | 22-01-2013
系列56:特区推动经济脉搏 | 15-01-2013
系列55:商业化农业华裔成先锋 | 08-01-2013
系列54:新农业重新定位 | 01-01-2013
系列53:美房市回温 大马木业趁势进攻 | 25-12-2012
系列52:华人清真食品认证困境 | 18-12-2012
系列51:主题公园推高旅游消费 | 11-12-2012
系列50:打造威省金融中心华商受惠 | 04-12-2012
系列49:经济转型存在价值(下篇)推动第三波结构转型 | 27-11-2012
系列48:经济转型存在价值(上篇)从工业化到去工业化 | 20-11-2012
系列47:商业服务经济升级 | 13-11-2012
系列46:依职场所需培育专才 | 06-11-2012
系列45:通讯发展软硬兼施 | 30-10-2012
系列44:迅扩教育体系培育多方人才 | 24-10-2012
系列43:打造区域教育枢纽 | 16-10-2012
系列42:批发零售业转型在望 | 09-10-2012
系列41:重点发展医疗旅游 | 02-10-2012
系列40:农业转型 赶搭需求大势 | 25-09-2012
系列39:发掘农业增值潜能 | 18-09-2012
系列38:官私合作 发掘医疗商机 | 11-09-2012
系列37:人口老化 保健业商机无限 | 04-09-2012
系列36:助零售业转型 百货业出国抢滩 | 28-08-2012
系列35:3 大主题推动批发零售业 | 14-08-2012
系列34:全球再生能源出口商机 | 07-08-2012
系列33:释放绿色经济潜能 | 31-07-2012
系列32:回教金融 市场新势力 | 24-07-2012
系列31:捷运系统 解决交通拥挤 | 17-07-2012
系列30:大吉隆坡乘数效应 | 10-07-2012
系列29:专注改善资金市场体制 | 03-07-2012
系列28:金融服务健全惠及全民 | 26-06-2012
系列27:发达通讯 先进国必备条件 | 19-06-2012
系列26:回教金融契机(下) 共同创造与分享盈利 | 12-06-2012
系列25:回教金融契机(上):大马希望无限 | 05-06-2012
系列24:杂货店转向何方? | 29-05-2012
系列23:开拓网络无限商机 | 22-05-2012
系列22:旅游业发展策略 | 15-05-2012
系列21:出口导向工业推升经济 | 08-05-2012
系列20:电子业靠增值脱困境 | 01-05-2012
系列19:服务品质定虚拟商场成败 | 24-04-2012
系列18:大吉隆坡 高铁系统 | 17-04-2012
系列17:发光二级管商机无限 | 10-04-2012
系列16:政府致力发展发光二级管上游工业 固态照明占据优势 | 03-04-2012
系列15:我国人力资本的困境与商机(二) 技能培训创商机 | 27-03-2012
系列14:我国人力资本的困境与商机(一)缺人力影响经济 | 20-03-2012
系列13:掌握棕油产品风向 | 13-03-2012
系列12:太阳能契机多 | 06-03-2012
系列11:大马着重太阳能转型 | 28-02-2012
系列10:杂货店转型寻出路 | 21-02-2012
系列9:大吉隆坡可行性待商榷 | 14-02-2012
系列8:棕油业转型问题待克服 | 07-02-2012
系列7:棕油业转型商机无限 | 31-01-2012
系列6:电子与电器业商机与挑战 科技转移加强优势 | 23-01-2012
系列5:电子与电器业转型计划 鼓励外资设半导体厂 | 17-01-2012
系列4:胡禄铭:通过PFI促进私人投资 | 10-01-2012
系列3:胡禄铭:给华商的行动建议 私人主导融资 华商靠自己 | 03-01-2012
系列2:胡禄铭:参考英国私人主导融资经验:私人主导融资PFI | 20-12-2011
系列1:胡禄铭:南洋商报携手华研 剖析经济转型计划 | 16-12-2011

Name:
Position:
E-mail:

Academic Qualification:
Dr. WONG Yee Tuan
Assistant Professor
yeetuan.wong@newera.edu.my

PhD in History, The Australian National University
MA & MA (Hons) in History, University of Wollongong, Australia
BA in History, University of Tasmania, Australia
MAJOR Business History of Southeast Asian Chinese, Southeast Asian History and History of Malaysia
RESEARCH AREAS
  1. Business History: Malaya’s Chinese Business Networks
  2. Local and Regional Historical Research
  3. Reconstruction of Southeast Asian Histories and British Colonial Files
TEACHING SUBJECTS Research Methodology

WORKING EXPERIENCE

Research Fellow, Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies Malaysia(7/2009-3/2010)
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Malaya(2010-2011)
Senior Fellow (History), Penang Institute, Penang(6/2011-3/2020)
Assistant Professor-cum-Vice Dean, Graduate School, New Era University College(3/2020- )
MEMBERSHIP OF ADVISORY BOARDS COMMITTEES / PROFESSIONAL BODIES Member of Editorial Board, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies of New Era University College (2020 -  )
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS
DISSERTATION/ THESIS

MA: The Foreign Direct Investment of Overseas Chinese (from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia) in Vietnam: Magnitude, Reasons, Trend, and Implication, 1991-1995

PhD: The Rise and Fall of the Big Five of Penang and their Regional Networks, 1800s – 1900s.

BOOKS
  1. Penang Chinese Commerce in the 19th Century: The Rise and Fall of the Big Five, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies,2015.
  2. From Free Port to Modern Economy: Economic Development & Social Change in Penang (with Chet Singh & Rajah Rasiah) (eds), ISEAS & Penang Institute, 2019.
  3. Biographical Dictionary of Mercantile Personalities of Penang (with Loh Wei Leng, Badriyah Salleh, Mahani Musa, and Marcus Langdon) (eds), Think City and MBRAS, 2013.
JOURNAL ARTICLES
  1. Book Review on ‘The Malayan Emergency: Essays on a Small, Distant War, by Souchou Yao. Copengagen: NIAS Press, 2016’, Kajian Malaysia, Vo..35, No.1, 2017, 133-137.
  2. ‘Hokkien Merchants and the Kian Teik Tong: Economic and Political Influence in Nineteenth-Century Penang and Its Region’, Frontiers of History in China, Volume 11, Number 4, December 2016, 600-627.
  3. The Rise and Prosperity of Penang in the 19th Century: Big Five Families’ Business Networks), (Journal of Studies on Fujianese Entrepreneurs Culture.
  4. ‘Family Firms and Brand Products in Malaysia: Originality, Productivity and Sustainability’ Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies (with Terence Gomez), 76-98.
  5. ‘Aceh-Penang Maritime Trade and Chinese Mercantile Networks in the 19th Century’, Archipel 87 (with Lee Kam Hing), 173-202.
  6. ‘Baba Hokkiens, Big Business, and Economic Dominance in Penang and its Region’, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies, Volume 2, Number 2, 2013, 65-76.
  7. ‘Uncovering the Myths of Two 19th-century Hokkien Business Personalities in the Straits Settlements’, Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies, Volume.5, 2011-12, 146-156.
  8. ‘More Than a Tea Planter: John Archibald Russell and his Businesses in Malaya 1899-1933’, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (JMBRAS), Volume 83, Part 1, 2010,29-51.
  9. ‘Khean Guan Insurance Company and Penang’s Big Five Families, 1855-1911’, Asian Culture (亚洲文化), No.33, June, 2009,56-71.
  10. ‘The Big Five Families in Penang, 1830s-1890s’, Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies, Volume 1, 2007,106-115.
  11. ‘Australian Diplomatic Policy towards the Southeast Asian Region, 1945-1965’, Sejarah: Journal of The Department of History University of Malaya, No.10, 2002, 139-158.
  12. ‘The Censorship and the Truth: An Analysis of the Sydney Morning Herald’s Coverage on the World War II in the Pacific, 1941-1942’, Sejarah: Journal of The Department of History University of Malaya, No.7, 1999, 146-156.
CHAPTER IN BOOK
  1. ‘The Penang’s Baba Businesses and Networks: From Regional Dominance to Disintegration and Resurgence/Disappearanc’, in ed. Leo Suryadinata, Peranakan Communities in the Era of Decolonization and Globalization, Singapore: Chinese Heritage Centre and NUS Baba House. 2014
  2. ‘Loh Boon Siew’ in ed. Leo Suryadinat, Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, ISEAS Singapore, 692-694. 2012.
  3. ‘Penang’s Big Five Families and Southern Siam during the Nineteenth Century’, in ed. Michael J. Montesano and Patrick Jory, Thai South and Malay North: Ethnic Interactions on a Plural Peninsula, Singapore: NUS Press, 2008, 201-213. (Also available in Thai language)
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  1. History of Inter-Ethnic Business Relations in a Diaspora Space: Russell Family’s Businesses in Malaya as a case study,2008-2009.
  2. Biographical Dictionary of Mercantile Personalities of Penang2010-2013
  3. Towns of Malaya 2018-2019
  4. Book on History of Penang Hill 2018-19
  5. First Generation Buddhists in British Malaya: A Transnational History (The Chiang Jing-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange 2020–2022
ACADEMIC CONFERENCE AND PUBLIC LECTURE
  1. 19th-century Penang Region: The Role and Function of the Big Five Hokkien families’ Mercantile Networks, a talk presented at the Penang Seminar 2019: When the Wind of the Sinophone Blows (華夷風起:檳城文史研習營), 8 July to 13 July 2019.
  2. ‘Straits Settlements Colonial Records: Reconstruction of Business History of the Penang’s Big Five Hokkien Families’, a talk presented at Fujianese Cultural Research Group of Zhong Hua Research Centre, University of Tunku Abdul Rahman, Kampar Campus, Perak, 31 October 2018.
  3. ‘Research on Penang’s Chinese Business History: English Colonial Sources’, a talk presented for Wacana Penyelidikan Sejarah 2018 organized by the Universiti Sains Malaysia, 24 September 2018.
  4. ‘The Rise of Singkeh Chinese Businessmen and Their Business Networks in Penang, 1900s – 1960s’, a talk presented at the symposium on "Exploring history of Penang as a port city" – organized by Yale-NUS College and Penang Heritage Trust, 24-25 April 2018.
  5. Business Networks and Business Ascendancy of the Hokkien Merchants in the 19th-century Penang Region’, a talk presented to post-graduate students at Universiti Utara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur campus, 18 March 2018.
  6. ‘Mercantile Networks and Economic Ascendency of the Hokkien Merchantsin the 19th-century Penang Region’, a talk presented at International Seminar on Maritime Southeast Asia from Historical Perspective, CSEAS, Kyoto University, December 23, 2017.
  7. ‘Baba Hokkien Merchants and Kian Teik Tong: Socioeconomic Dominance and Political Influence in the 19th-century Penang and Its Region’, a paper presented at the international conference on “Secret Societies and Popular Movements in Chinese and Southeast Asian History” University of Macau, 17-19 December 2014.
  8. ‘Penang’s Baba Businesses and Networks: From Regional Dominance to Disintegration and Resurgence/Disappearance’, a paper presented at the international conference on ‘Peranakan Communities in the Era of Decolonization and Globalization’ co-organized by Baba House (NUS), Chinese Heritage Centre, and National Library Singapore on 27th September, 2013.
  9. Resource person for the members of The University of Hong Kong Museum Society Tour in George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, from 9 to 12 September 2012.
  10. ‘Penang’s Chinese Diaspora: Baba Hokkiens, Big Business, Kongsis, and Regional Networks, 1800s – 1900s’, a lecture delivered to 2012 Fulbright U.S. Scholars to Penang at Penang Heritage Trust in July 2012.
  11. ‘Penang Hokkien Merchants and Indian Ocean’, a paper presented for the Nalanda-Sriwijaya Lecture Series, organized by Nalanda Sriwijaya Centre, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore on 14 March 2012.
  12. ‘The Big Five Families in Penang, 1830s-1890s’, a paper presented at the conference on ‘The Second Water Frontier Workshop’, organized by Centre for the Study of the Chinese Southern Diaspora of the Australian National University in Phuket, Thailand, on 18-19 February, 2006.
  13. ‘Penang’s Big Five Families and Southern Thailand’, paper presented at the International Workshop on ‘A Plural Peninsula: Historical Interactions among the Thai, Malays, Chinese and Others’, organized by Asia Research Institute of National University of Singapore, Regional Studies Program of Walailak University, and Institute of Asian Studies of Chulalongkorn University, Thailand on 5-7 February 2004.
AWARDS/ HONOURS Australia-Asian Society of Tasmania Prize 1994
Name:
Position:
E-mail:
Academic Qualification:
Prof. ONN Huann Jan
Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature
huannjan.onn@newera.edu.my
PhD in History, Xiamen University, China, 2009
M.A in History and Philosophy, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan,1995
BA in History, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan,1992
MAJOR History
RESEARCH AREAS Chinese history, Chinese culture, Chinese studies
TEACHING SUBJECTS
  • Chinese history
  • Readings in Chinese Learning (classics and history)
  • Literary history of Tang and Song Dynasties
  • Introduction to Chinese Culture
  • history, philosophy and related subjects
WORKING EXPERIENCE
  • 2017-2021, Professor, Department of Chinese Studies, Southern University College
  • 2019.01-12, Vice President, Southern University College
  • 2018.10-12, Acting Vice President, Southern University College
  • 2015-2020, Director, Research Institute of Chinese Ethnicity & Culture, Southern University College
  • 2013-2017.6, Associate Professor, Department of Chinese Studies, Southern University College
  • 2006-2014, Head, Department of Chinese Studies, Southern University College
  • 1995-2014, Head, Academic Research Office, Southern University College
  • 1996-2012, Lecturer, Department of Chinese Studies, Southern College
MEMBERSHIP OF ADVISORY BOARDS COMMITTEES / PROFESSIONAL BODIES
  • Chair Researcher, The Institute of National Culture Developing of Wuhan University, China, 2020—
  • Columnist, Sin Chew Daily Newspaper, 1996—
  • History Subject Consultan, Malaysian Independent Chinese Secondary School Working Committee (MICSS), United Chinese School Committees’ Association of Malaysia (Dong Zong), 2016—
  • Scholar, Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan, 2019.
  • Join-researcher, Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies, RCHSS, Academic Sinica, Taiwan, 2008-2009.
  • Head of Cultural & Educational Affairs, Johor Bahru Hainan association council committee, 2019-2021.
  • Advisor, Management committee of Siow Wan Heong Former Residence Museum, 2018—
  • Committee, Tionghua JB-Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum, 2017—
  • Consultant, M.A. Course Chinese Studies, University Malaya, 2018-2020.
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
DISSERTATION/THESIS

[Doctoral] Cultural Construction of the Johor Bahru Chinese Community: A Socio-Cultural Study on the Chinese Community in Johor Bahru, Malaysia after World War II, Unpublished doctoral's thesis, Xiamen University, China, (2009) , Director:Zeng ling.

[Master] The Tribute system of Ryukyu, Malacca and Ming Dynasty, Unpublished master's thesis, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan(1995), Director:Chen xin Xiong, Wing-Sheung Cheng.

BOOKS
  • edited, Collected Essays of Young Scholars: New Perspective on Johor Bahru, Johor Bahru: Southern University College, 2020.
  • the Tribute system of Malacca and Ming Dynasty. Jiangxi: Jiang Xi high school publisher, 2019.
  • Compilation of Newspaper review column 1, Kuala Lumpur: Empress Culture Sdn Bhd, 2019.
  • Compilation of Newspaper review column 2, Kuala Lumpur: Empress Culture Sdn Bhd, 2019.
  • edited, Collection of History and Literature Wu Hua, Johor Bahru: Southern University College, 2018.
  • Cultural Construction of the Johor Bahru Chinese Community: A Socio-Cultural Study on the Chinese Community, Johor Bahru: Southern University College, 2017.
  • Nan Fang Xia Ke Chen Lian Shun Zhuan (Biography Tan Liang Soong),Johor Bahru: Persatuan Tiong Hua Johor Baru, 2015.
  • edited, Proceedings of Foon Yew Learning Village International Conference, Johor Bahru: Southern University College and Foon Yew High School, 2013.
  • Co-edited with Mr. Ngow Koon Kee and Su King Siang. Historical Collection of Johor Ngee Heng, Johor Bahru: Persekutuan Tiong-Hua Johor Bahru, 2013.
  • Co-edited with Ngow Koon Kee and Su King Siang. Sun Yat Sen and Johor. Johor Bahru: Southern College, Persekutuan Tiong-Hua Johor Bahru. 2012.
  • Co-edited with Ho Sow Tong. The Compilation of Seminar Papers on Museum Management. Johor Bahru: Southern College, Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum. 2010.
  • The Compilation of History of Ancient Sino – Malaysian Culture Exchange. Johor Bahru: Southern College Press. 2010.
  • Co-authored with Wu Wah. Hainanese History Review (Hainan •Malaysia •Johor). Johor Bahru: Southern College Press. 2009.
  • Co-authored & edited with Liu Li Jing. The Community of Hakka Immigrants and its Pioneer Trail in Johor. Johor Bahru: Southern College, Persatuan Thong Nyien (Hakka). 2007.
  • Co-authored with Tay Lian Soo. History of Foon Yew High School Development. Johor Bahru: Southern College Press. 2005.
  • Co-authored with Mr. Wu Wah & Mr. Shu Qing Xiang. Biography of Tan Sri Dato’ Kuek Ho Yao. Johor Bahru: Pelangi Books, Thow Teck Club. 2004.
  • Native Country and China: Academic Compilation, Johor Bahru: Southern College Press, 2003.
BOOK CHAPTERS
  • A Review of Chinese  History Research in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Li JianWei edit, “Collected Essays on The 10th International Conference on Taiwan Documents: Methods & Perspectives of Historical Research, Taizhong: Feng Chia University, 2021.8, pp321-343.
  • Onn Huann Jan , Hakka Community Migration to Johor, Malaysia and their Self-identification, Han-pi Chang & Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao edit, Overseas Hakka Studies in Taiwan, Taibei: Juliu,2021, pp.129-148.
PUBLISHED PAPERS
2018-2021
  • Soft power and Hard power: Zheng He’s Voyages to the west and Malacca, Journal of Guizhou Normal University (Social Science), 2021.4, pp125-133.
  • The Historical Origin of the “Two-in-one” Form of the Tianhou Palace in the Malaysia Hainan Guild Hall, Mazu Culture Research, No.2.2021(Sum No.18)CN-35(Q)no.0130, pp22-31.
  • Onn Huann Jan, Book Review of Zeng Ling, A Study of Singapore Chinese Clan Culture, Included in the journal of Overseas Chinese History Studies, September 2020, page 94-96. (CNKI, RCCSE China Core Academic Journal)
  • Onn Huann Jan, Book Review of Edited by Wong Yoon Wah and Phua Kok Khoo, Lu Xun Zai Dong Nan Ya, Included in the journal of the 6th Volume of Southern University College Academic Journal, Skudai: Southern University College, August 2020, page 113-115.
  • Onn Huann Jan, Teow Kai Fook. The History and Current Situation of the Belief of Ang Shiang Tai Tee Temple, Collected Essays of Young Scholars: New Perspective on Johor Bahru, Johor Bahru: Southern University College, 2020, page 25-52.
  • Chong Shueu Xin, Onn Huann Jan. Wu Hua's Literature and History Research, Collected Essays of Young Scholars: New Perspective on Johor Bahru, Skudai: Southern University College, 2020, page 253-282.
  • Onn Huann Jan. The establishment of Thean Hou Temple Malaysia and its female participation, Lin Zheng Zhen, Li Jian Wei edited “The image, organization and prohibition of women in traditional religion--3rd Mazu International Conference, National Chung Hsing, Taichung: Taichung Leh Cherng Temple, 2020, page 257-277.
  • Several observations on Hainan folk culture,Edited by Liew Boon Hooi, Collected Essays on Malaysian Chinese Folk Culture, Selangor: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre; New Era University College, 2019, page 3-17.
  • Siow Wan Heong and Siow Kee Lun-A Journey for Two Hakka Leaders of Tai Po in Malaysia, Edited by Wong Sin Kiong, Association, Community and Network: Hakka culture academic conference proceeding, Singapore: NUS Department of Chinese Studies, Char Yong Association, Global Publishing, 2018, page 35-59.
  • The Mystery of the Ming Regime’s Conferring the Title of Duke to Raja Muhammed of Malacca, Journal of Hainan Normal University (Social Sciences), Hainan: Hainan Normal University editorial department, 2018 No. 4, General No. 184, Page 63-68.
  • Awakening and Struggling: Some others influencers of Singapore and Malaysia, Edited by Wang Chao Guang, Re-recognition and Re-evaluation: China and Asian National Independence Movement in World War II, BeiJing: Social Science Academic Press (China). Modern Chinese History editorial office, 2018, page 212-221.
  • The Historical Circumstance and Context of the Five Main Gods in Johor Temple, Edited by Pek Wee Chuen, Annals of Johor Bahru Chinese Heritage Museum, 2018.
  • Protecting and Rebuilding of Johor Temple in Malaysia, edited by Chen Yi-Yuan, Taiwan Temple Cultural Endowment Maintains and Social Contribution, Taipei: Liren Publisher, 2018.
  • State Intervention and Chinese Community Response—the Evolution of the Local Culture of Johor Temple in Malaysia, Editor by Zhang Qiong Hui, Liang Yi Ping, I 』 m Migrant: New Perspectives in the Studies of Oversea Chinese, Taipei: National Taiwan Normal University Press, 2018.
CONFERENCE PAPERS
2019-2020
  • Paper: How to Hakka: Malaysian Hakka Food, Biennial International Conference of GHAS 2021, Comparative Hakka Studies: Retrospect and Prospect, College of  Hakka Studies, National Central University, Taoyuan, Taiwan, 2021.11.6-8.
  • Paper: The Daily Life of the Chinese in Johor Bahru, Malaysia in the 19th Century, International Conference on Daily life in Chinese history, Department of History, Cheng Kung University, Tainan. Taiwan ,2021.10.29-30.
  • Paper: Tan Kah Kee and Malaysian Chinese Education, Academic Forum: Tan Kah Kee and Xiada, Xiamen University Centenary celebration 1921-2021, 2021.10.23,24.
  • Keynote speech: Hainan Food Culture in Singapore and Malaysia, 2021 International Marine Culture Conference, National Kaohsiung Marine University, 2021.10.21-22.
  • Keynote speech: the Tribute system of Malacca and Ming Dynasty, Globalization and Deglobalization on Asia Seas International Symposium of Young Scholars, New Era University College, Webinar, 2021.7. 24.
  • Paper: The Voyages of Cheng Ho and Malacca. Conference: Chinese Education, ethnic identity and multiculturalism of Malaysian Chinese 2020.11.1, Webinar, The Institute of National Culture Developing of Wuhan University, China.
  • Paper: Historical Writing and Using of Historical Documents of the Chinese in Malaysia Johor Bahru. Conference: The 10th International Conference on Taiwan Historical Documents: Methods and Perspective of Historical Research 2020.11.13-14 Webinar, Graduate Institute of History and Historical Artifacts of Feng Chia University.
  • Paper: Taiwan Islander's "Huang Min" Myth. Conference: 2019 International Academic Workshop on 「 Research of literary culture between Malaysia and Taiwan 」 2019.09.10 Southern University College 125 Meeting Room, Research Institute of Chinese Ethnicity & Culture (SUC), Malaysian Chinese Literature Centre (SUC), Institute of Taiwan Literature (National Tsing Hua University)
  • Paper: The establishment of Thean Hou Temple Malaysia and its female participation. Conference: The image, organization and prohibition of women in traditional religion, 3rd Mazu International Conference 2019.05.24-2019.05.25 National Chung Hsing.
  • Paper: Chong Shueu Xin, Onn Huann Jan, Literature and history research of Wu Hua. Conference: The Review and Prospect of Historical Research on Chinese Association: Conference in Commemoration of Wu Hua 2019.4.27 Southern  University  College Southern University College, Jb Hainan Association.
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  • Project of Overseas Chinese History by Fujian Social Science Planning Office 2015. Project approval number: FJ2015TWA014. Project leader: Wang Fubing.
  • Project of History of immigrants of Guangdong Overseas Chinese in Malaysia by Guangdong Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science "Ten Three Five" Special commissioned projects from2016-2020. (This fee of RMB150,000 was sponsored by Guangdong Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science, China.)
  • A research project organized by the Tiong Hua Johor Bahru Association. The cost of the project is RM5000. It is expected to be completed within 3 months from 20 July 2018. The host is the director of RICEC, Prof. Onn Huann Jan.
TRANSLATIONS, WRITINGS ETC
  • Column, Sin Chew Daily Newspaper, One per week(Chinese).
AWARDS/ HONOURS
  • Outstanding Overseas Compatriot Student Alumni Award, Overseas Community Affairs Council, Republic of China (Taiwan)
  • First Southern University College Teaching Excellent Award, 2013.
  • In recognition of the "History of the Johor Bahru Chinese History" and the contribution of "Dedication to the History", the "Historical Literature Award" was awarded by the Tiong Hua Johor Bahru, 2007.
TALKS AND PUBLICA LECTURES
2020-2021.06.03
  • 安焕然《宽中校史:超越《宽柔纪事本末》》,宽柔校友会.九雅宽柔线上读书会,2021年12月22日。
  • Malacca Sultanate and the Ming Dynasty of China, Understanding Malaysian Chinese Series, Kampar, Perak: I Culture Berhad, 2021.12.4.
  • Cheng Ho and Islam, GIT  CTRE COURSE, Git Academy, 2021.11.19.
  • Generation of scholar:Tay Lian Soo, The Launching Ceremony of  the  collection of the late Professor Tay Lian Soo and The fifth anniversary of his Death, New Era University College, 2021.11.19.
  • Beijing, Hong kong, Taiwan: The Observation of Cross-Border Ocean Culture from the Perspective of Malaysian Scholars, New Era University College Registrar’s office(Academic Unit): NEUC Kopitiam Talk,8th Staff Seminar, 2021.10.20.
  • 安焕然《嘉庚学堂古今对话:读懂中国历史系列二(唐宋元明篇)》线上课程,马来西亚陈嘉庚基金,2021年10月9日-31日。
  • 安焕然《廿四节令鼓与马华文化的创造》,2021专业教练线上培训课程,马来西亚廿四节令鼓协会,2021年9月26日。
  • 安焕然《在马来西亚读中文有哪些文化资源优势》“升学与职涯规划”系列讲座18,新纪元大学学院,2021年9月24日。
  • 安焕然《中学历史教什么兼谈历史学科教学的人文关怀》,2021宽柔中学至达城分校历史科培训讲座,宽柔中学至达城分校历史学科,2021年9月15日。
  • 安焕然《独中生为什么/要如何学习中国历史》,董总教师教育局,2021年华文独中历史科教师培训,2021年9月12日。
  • 安焕然《传灯:中秋佳节与马来西亚中秋园游会》,2021年天涯共此时.中秋艺起FUN系列文化艺术活动,吉隆坡中国文化中心,2021年9月11日。
  • 安焕然《文化新山儒商典范:郭鹤尧与郭兄弟家族》,新纪元人文学堂系列1,华商先辈.人文情怀线上云课堂,2021年9月2日。
  • 安焕然《政治崩坏、疫情严峻,我们还有出路吗》,留台联总讲座,2021年8月13日。
  • 安焕然〈寻路:新马华人的足迹──后现代史学观察.人物篇线上课程〉(四堂课),吉隆坡暨雪兰莪中华大会堂妇女组主办,2021年7月14日至22日。
  • Is Mazu a Hainan God? Malaysian Folk Beliefs Online Lecture Series, Foundation of Chinese Communication, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, New Era University College, 2021.7.3.
  • 安焕然〈马来西亚华人史上的人杰与鬼雄〉,《新纪元──富贵生命教育精品课程.课程主题三.大马名家系列》(线上讲座),主办单位:新纪元大学学院文学与社会科学院、富贵集团,2021.6.12。Outstanding Chinese in Malaysia, New Era-Nirvana Life Education Public Lecture Series, 2021.6.12.
  • Title: Lunar New Year, 18th National Chinese Cultural Camp, Centre for Culture Promotion, New Era University College, Webinar, 2021.6.3.
  • Title: The first class of the Chinese Department, Further studies and career planning seminar, Marketing and Sales Department, New Era University College. Webinar, 2021.5.29.
  • Speaker: Mr. Lee Kok Leong, Prof. Onn Huann Jan, Title: Report of artefact inventory in Kwong Siew Wai Kuan, Webinar, Research Institute of Chinese Ethnicity & Culture, Southern University College & Main Scholars( Mayixueren), and Think City Sdn Bhd, 2021.2.10.
  • Speaker: Mr. Lee Kok Leong, Prof. Onn Huann Jan, Title: Relationship of Kwong Siew community in Johor Bahru and Singapore II, Research Institute of Chinese Ethnicity & Culture,Southern University College & Main Scholars( Mayixueren), and Think City Sdn Bhd, Webinar, 2020.10.31.
  • Speaker: Mr. Lee Kok Leong, Prof. Onn Huann Jan, Title: Relationship of Kwong Siew community in Johor Bahru and Singapore I, Research Institute of Chinese Ethnicity & Culture,Southern University College & Main Scholars (Mayixueren), and Think City Sdn Bhd, Webinar, 2020.10.6.
  • Title: Johor Bahru Local Studies and Young Scholars, “Southern Salon” Talk Series, Research Institute of Chinese Ethnicity & Culture,Southern University College & Main Scholars( Mayixueren), Webinar, 2020.5.29.
Name:
Position:
E-mail:
Academic Qualification:
Dr Alexander Tay Guan Meng
Assistant Professor cum Head of Department
alexander.tay@newera.edu.my
Doctor of Philosophy (Marketing) - Universiti Tun Abdul Razak (UNIRAZAK)
Master of Business Administration (International Business)
Bachelor of Business Administration (Marketing)
MAJOR Marketing, Consumer Behaviour, International Business
RESEARCH AREAS Marketing, Consumer Behaviour, International Business
TEACHING SUBJECTS Marketing Management, Product Management, International Marketing, Services Marketing, Customer Service Fundamental
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
DISSERTATION/THESIS 【PhD】 The Determinants and Dimensions of Customer Experience Towards Customer Value, Delight and Loyalty In Low-Cost Airline Service
RESEARCH PROJECTS/ GRANTS & FUNDING
  • Mitigating the Impact of Minimum Wage Policy Through Productivity: Solutions to
    Malaysian SMEs in the Manufacturing and Service Sectors, ACCCIM Socio-Economic Research Centre (SERC) Trust, December 2014 – April 2015
  • Organic Agriculture and Marketing Perspective for Zenxin Organic Food Company: A Case Study, UTARRF, December 2016 – December 2017
  • Belt and Road Initiative in Malaysia: Public Perception on Socioeconomic, Cultural and Educational Implications, China Embassy, October 2018 – March 2019
  • A Study on the Regulation, Partner-Driver’s Welfare, and Sustainability of E-Hailing Industry in Malaysia, UTARRF, June 2019 – May 2020
  • Online Lecture Series on Japanese Business, Management and Case Studies, Toshiba International Foundation, May 2021 – March 2022
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
  • Cham Tat Huei, Lim Yet Mee, Aik Nai Chiek, Alexander Tay Guan Meng, “Antecedents of hospital brand image and the relationships with medical tourists’ behavioral intention.”, International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Volume 10, Issue 4, pp 412-431, August 2016 (ISI Thomson ISSN: 1750-6123)
  • Aye Aye Khin, Alexander Tay Guan Meng, Wong Hong Chau, “Determinants of Customer Satisfaction Towards Creation of Customer Loyalty of the Construction Hardware Suppliers in Malaysia”, Journal of Global Business and Social Entrepreneurship, Global Business and Social Entrepreneruship, Volume 2, Issue 5, pp 139-153, September 2016 (ISI Thomson ISSN: 24621714)
  • Goh Poh Jin, Cham Tat Huei, “Consumers’ Perception towards the Implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in Malaysia: A Review Paper”, Journal of Global Business and Social Entrepreneurship (GBSE), Global Business and Social Entrepreneurship (GBSE), Volume 1, Issue 4, pp 17-23, February 2017 (ISI Thomson ISSN: 24621714)
  • Wong Hong Chau, Aye Aye Khin, Tan Hoi Piew, “Public Expenditure in a Simple Model of Economic Growth: The Case of Malaysia”, Journal of Research in Business, Economics and Management (JRBEM), Scitech Research Organisation, Volume 8, Issue 7, pp 1605-1616, July 2017 (ISI Thomson ISSN: 2395-2210)
  • Alexander Tay, Goh Poh Jin, “Malaysia Generation Y’s Perceptions and Attitudes towards Multilevel Marketing (MLM) Career Option”, Journal of
    Humanities, Language, Culture and Business (HLCB), HLCB, Volume 2, Issue 8, pp 162-171, May 2018 (ISI Thomson ISSN: 01268147)
  • Tai Lit Cheng, Yeong Wai Mun, Malathi Nair, Sia Bee Chuan, Alexander Tay Guan Meng, “Organic Agriculture and Marketing Perspective for Zenxin Organic Food company: A Case Study”, Journal of Marketing Advances and Practices, Sarawak Research Society, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp 53-69, September 2019
  • Alexander Tay Guan Meng, Samsinar Md. Sidin, “The Effect of Expectations and Service Quality on Customer Experience in the Marketing 3.0 Paradigm”, Journal of
    Marketing Advances and Practices, Sarawak Research Society, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp 65-84, June 2020
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
  • Wong Hong Chau, Aye Aye Khin, Public Expenditure and Economic Growth in Malaysia, The International Conference on Accounting Studies (ICAS) 2016, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 15-18 August 2016 (ISBN: 978-967-0910-27-7)
  • Goh Poh Jin, Perceptions and Attitudes towards Multilevel Marketing (MLM) Career: A Study of Generation Y in Malaysia, International Multidisciplinary Academic Conference (Imac), 2018, Casuarina Hotel, Ipoh, Perak, 19-20 March 2018 (ISBN: 978-967-14835-4-1)
  • Emily Chow Yan Chi, Goh Hong Lip, Lim Yee Wui, Lai Siew Fong, Alexander Tay Guan Meng, Online Impressions on E-hailing Service: A Study on Positive and Negative Sentiments on GRAB Malaysia and GO-JEK Indonesia on Twitter Platform, 4th Asia International Multidisciplinary Conference 2020, 25 April 2020 (ISBN: NONE)
INVOLVEMENT IN RESEARCH CENTRES
  • Belt and Road Strategic Research Centre
  • Centre for Entrepreneurial Sustainability
Name:
Position:
E-mail:
Academic Qualification:
Dr. NG Sze Chieh
Assistant Professor
szechieh.ng@newera.edu.my
B.A. (Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, USA)
B.A. (Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA)
M.A. (Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA)
PHD University of Melbourns, Melbourne, Australia)
MAJOR Southeast Asian History
RESEARCH AREAS Cold War in Asia, Southeast Asian Studies, Malaysian History, Communism in Southeast Asia
WORKING EXPERIENCE
  • Senior Lecturer At Vice Chancellor’s Office, New Era University College (2021- )
  • Seri Omega International School, Johor Bahru,English Language, History, and Geography (IGCSE) Teacher (2017-2018)
  • Assistant Head Of Academic Affairs Cum Head Of English Language Department (Senior Section), Kluang Chong Hwa High School (2016 – 2017) (2020)
  • Undergraduate Subject Tutor and Guest Lecturer, School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, University of Melbourne Semester 2, 2015
  • Undergraduate Subject Tutor, School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, Semester 2, 2014
  • Undergraduate Subject Tutor and Guest Lecturer, School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, Semester 1, 2013
  • Head of english language department (Senior Section), Kluang Chong Hwa High School (2012 – 2013)
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
  • Member, Australian & New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) (2016-)
  • Junior Editor, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (JMBRAS) (2015-)
  • Postgraduate Representative, Malaysia and Singapore Society of Australia (MASSA), (2014-)
  • Board Member, Melbourne Historical Journal (2013-2014)
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
DISSERTATION/ THESIS [PhD] Red Shadow: Malayan Communist Memoirs as Parallel Histories of Malaysia.
BOOK CHAPTER
  • “Nostalgia and Memory: Remembering the Malayan Communist Revolution in the Online Age,” in Catherine Gomes (ed.), The Asia Pacific in the Age of Transnational Mobility: The Search for Community and Identity on and through Social Media (New York: Anthem, 2016)
  • “When the Reds Go Marching In,” in David P. Chandler, Robert Cribb, and Li Narangoa (eds.), End of Empire: 100 Days in 1945 that Changed Asia and the World (Copenhagen: NIAS 2016)
BOOK REVIEW
  • Decolonizing the History Curriculum in Malaysia and Singapore by Kevin Blackburn and ZongLun Wu (London and New York: Routledge 2019). Journal of the Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Vol.94 Part 1 (June 2021): 232-234.
CONFERENCE PAPERS
  • Revisiting the Education Policy during the British Malaya Era, Australia and New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) Mid-Year Symposium, Melbourne, 8 - 9 July 2016
  • Jungle Lives: Malaya as Depicted in Malayan Communist Memoirs Association for Asian Studies Conference (AAS), Chicago, IL, USA, 26 - 19 March 2015
  • Readings on the Malayan Emergency, New Research in Southeast Asian Studies Workshop, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 22 Aug 2014
AWARDS/ HONOURS
  • Ronald Provencher Travel Grant, 2015
  • Research and Graduate Studies Scheme (RAGS), 2014
  • Graduate Research in Arts Travel Scheme (GRATS), 2014
  • Research Support Fund (RSF) and Competitive Additional Fund (CAF), 2014
  • Melbourne International Fee Remission Scholarship (MIFRS) and Melbourne International Research Scholarship (MIRS), 2013
  • NUS Research Scholarship and FASS Promising Graduate Scholar Award, 2013
TALKS AND PUBLIC LECTURES
Title Organizer Date
Silenced Revolution: The Malayan Communist Struggle in Retrospect New Era University College 21 April 2021
Malayan Communist Memoirs: Reclaiming Historical Agency and a Place in the History of the Anti-Colonial Struggle in Malaysia Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA), University of Western Australia 8 - 10 July 2014
Name:
Position:
E-mail:
Academic Qualification:
Frankie GOH Song Peng ; CMSRL
Assistant Professor cum Head
frankie.goh@newera.edu.my
B.Sc. in Business Administration (Southeast Missouri State University, USA)
MBA In Finance (Universiti Tun Abdul Razak UNITAR)
PhD (Universiti Tenaga Nasional UNITEN) (on going)
MAJOR Finance
RESEARCH AREAS Equity market; quantitative analysis; portfolio management; investment analysis; financial risk and return analysis; financial technology; cryptocurrency.
TEACHING SUBJECTS Financial market and institution; investment analysis; merger, acquisition and corporate restructuring; treasury management; risk management & insurance; financial derivatives; corporate finance; international bank management; strategic management
WORKING EXPERIENCE
  • Assistant Branch Manager – Public bank Bhd
  • JB Securities Sdn Bhd – Dealer Representative
  • Remisier – AmInvestment Bank Bhd
  • Investment Manager – Delicity Resources Sdn Bhd
  • Managing Director – Green Packaging Sdn Bhd
  • Senior Lecturer – Nilai University
  • Senior Lecturer – Manipal International University
  • Assistant Professor – UCSI University
MEMBERSHIP OF ADVISORY BOARDS COMMITTEES / PROFESSIONAL BODIES Capital Market Services Representative’s License (CMSRL)
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
DISSERTATION/ THESIS MBA Thesis Title: A Range Trading Model Approach to Equity Price Prediction and Application of Bollinger Bands to Stock Prices in Bursa Malaysia.

PhD Thesis Title: Individual Investor Trading Behavior and Trade Performance:  Determinants and Evidence from Malaysia Stock Market.
JOURNAL ARTICLE
  1. Journal of Emerging Issues in Economics, Finance and Banking (JEIEFB) An Online International Research Journal (ISSN: 2306-367X) 2018 Vol: 7 Issue: 1
    Monica Selvaraja UCSI University, Malaysia; Frankie Goh Song Peng UCSI University, Malaysia; Vahid Biglari University of Newcastle; Joanne Tan Poh Lee UCSI University, Malaysia; Lee Kah Mun (Carmen) UCSI University, Malaysia.
    Topic: Housing Affordability of Residents in Malaysia
  2. International Business Management, Year: 2015 | Volume: 9 | Issue: 7 | Page No.: 1623-1628, Vahid Biglari, Frankie Goh Song Peng and Nasrin Azar.
    Topic: Prior Period Adjustments and Information Asymmetry: The Case of Iran
CONFERENCE PAPERS
  1. Paper: Comparative evaluation of market based and accounting based models in determination of forecasts management.
    Author: Vahid Biglari and Frankie Goh Song Peng
    Name of Conference: 6th Annual International Conference on Accounting and Finance 2016
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  1. UCSI University Pioneer Scientist Incentive Fund (PSIF): Primary Researcher
    Research Topic: Comparative Evaluation of Models Used in the Determination of Forecasts Management (November 2015 – November 2017).
AWARDS/ HONOURS
  1. Southeast Missouri State University:
    • Leadership Board – 1990
    • Who’s Who Among International Students in American Universities and Colleges – 1989
    • Deans Honour List – 1989
    • Who’s Who Among American Universities and Colleges – 1990
    • Outstanding Leadership Award – 1990
    • Outstanding Graduating Senior Award – 1990
  2. Public Bank Bhd:
    • The Most Productive Branch Award – Public Bank Berhad – 1993
    • Outward Bound Course, Lumut, Perak – 1991
  3. Nilai University
    • Sports Day 2013 – Badminton Team 1st Runner Up, Team Manager and Man’s Double
  4. Manipal International University:
    • University Sports Day – Table Tennis Team Champion – 2014
  5. UCSI University:
    • Faculty Teaching Excellence Award – 2017
    • Nominated TEACH Award for excellence in teaching -- 2018
CONFERENCE/
WORKSHOP/
SEMINAR
  1. Bond Analysis and Hedging—AmInvestment Bank Bhd (6/7/15)
  2. Success Stock Trading-The Journey by the Chartist—CHK Consultancy Sdn Bhd (17/5/16)
  3. AMLATFA and Market Misconduct – AmInvestment Bank Bhd (9/8/16).
  4. The Capital Market Services Act (CMSA) Refresher-VIA Commerce Sdn Bhd/Asian Banking School Sdn Bhd (14/1/17)
  5. Anti-Money Laundering & Counter Financing of Terrorism – Equity market – AmBank (8/7/17)
  6. Anti-Money Laundering & Counter Financing of Terrorism – Equity market – AmBank (8/7/17)
  7. Technical Analysis Series: How to Automate Your Own Stock Investment Decision Process? - AmInvestment Bank (13/1/18)
  8. AMLATFPUAA 2001: Complexity and Its Impact On Investment Companies -(AmInvestment Bank) (21/7/18)
  9. Tayloring Malaysian Blockchain Regulations For The New Digital Economy – AmInvestment Bank (5/7/18)
  10. Workshop on Mixed Method Designs – UMCoRS (12 & 13/11/2016)
  11. Workshop on Identifying Research Topic & Research Gap – UMCoRS (2/12/16)
  12. Workshop on Carrying Out A Literature Review: Matrix Development – UMCoRS (3/12/16)
Name:
Position:
E-mail:
Academic Qualification:
Dr. Shamuni a/p Kunjiapu ; MIM,PSMB
Associate Professor
shamuni.k@newera.edu.my
PhD (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)
MBA (Distinction) Nottingham Trent University
BBA (Hons.) (Universiti Utara Malaysia)
Certificate in Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies 2020 (Harvard University, US)
Certificate in Hinduism Through Its Scriptures 2020 (Harvard University, US)
MAJOR International Business, General Management
RESEARCH AREAS Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Development Economics, English Medium Instruction
TEACHING SUBJECTS Strategic Management, Principles of Management, Organizational Behaviour, Entrepreneurship, Consumer Behaviour, Business Communication, Stress Management, Research and Referencing skills and Business Research Methods.
WORKING EXPERIENCE TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Lecturer (1998- Feb 2002  Shen Jai School of Commerce, Ipoh)
Part-Time lecturer (2000 – 2001 Olympia College Ipoh)
Project Manager (2002 - World Vision Malaysia, Bandar Tasik Selatan)
Senior Lecturer (2004 - 2015, New Era College, Kajang)
Assistant Professor ( 2018 till present, New Era University College, Kajang)

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
Head of Business Studies Department (2018-present, New Era University College, Kajang)
Deputy Head of Business Studies Department (2010-2015, New Era College, Kajang)

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
Project Manager (Mac-Jul 2002, World Vision Malaysia)
MEMBERSHIP OF ADVISORY BOARDS COMMITTEES / PROFESSIONAL BODIES Qualitative Research Association of Malaysia (L190014)
Malaysian Institute of Management (OM020702)
British Society of Clinical Hypnotherapist
Certified Trainer (TTT/16680)
Research Fellow, Insight Think Tank Sdn Bhd (2020)
Research Group Member: Oxford University: EMI Oxford
Research Group: International Consortium on English Medium Instruction Teacher Competencies (2018 - till present)
Panel of Judges: Association of Science, Technology & Innovation: Young Inventor Challenge's 2019 till present
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
DISSERTATION/THESIS 【Master】 Leadership Style As A Determinant Of Job Satisfaction Among Employees: A Case Study at Shen Jai School of Commerce
【PhD】Workplace Learning As A Determinant Of Competence Development And Job Satisfaction Among Employees Of Small To Midsized Tourism Enterprises
BOOKS
(CHAPTER)
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2020) Competence Development Through Workplace Learning Among SMEs Employees in Tourism Industry (in print). Gerak Budaya.
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2020) Education 4.0. Xinguang magazine. New Era University College.
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2019) Dual Awards Opportunities. Xinguang magazine. New Era University College.
  • Ruhizan M. Yasin, Noraishah Buang, Lilia Halim and Shamuni Kunjiapu (2012) Learning cultures among employees in the education and tourism sectors: A comparative Analysis in Lynee Chisholm, Katharina Lunardon, Annette Ostendorf & Pier Paolo Pasqualoni (Eds.) Decoding the meanings of learning at work in Asia and Europe. Innsbruck University Press
PUBLISHED PAPERS
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu & Ruhizan Mohamad Yasin (2015) Skills Development and Job satisfaction through Workplace Learning in Small and medium Tourism enterprises in Malaysia. Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies 4(1):15-29.
  • Ruhizan M. Yasin, Noraishah Buang, Lilia Halim and Shamuni Kunjiapu (2012) Learning cultures among employees in the education and tourism sectors: A comparative Analysis in Lynee Chisholm, Katharina Lunardon, Annette Ostendorf & Pier Paolo Pasqualoni (Eds.) Decoding the meanings of learning at work in Asia and Europe. Innsbruck University Press
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu & Ruhizan Mohammad Yasin (2010) Stepping up the ladder : Competence Development Through workplace learning among employees of small medium enterprises, Elsevier Procedia - Social and Behavioural Sciences , Vol. 7 pp 10-18.
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu, Ruhizan Mohamad Yasin (2010) Competence Development through workplace learning among employees of small medium enterprises. Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (1) 1:41-58
NON ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2006) Being the Industrial Training Coordinator. Food For Thought. New Era College, Malaysia, pp77
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2006) Memories of My Campus Days. Food For Thought. New Era College, Malaysia, pp130.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2019) Ensnarled in Middle Income Trap: Malaysian Wages, Productivity and Talent Loss 44th FAEA Conference, 28- 30 November, Singapore.
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2019) Talent Optimization and Technology Innovation in Gig Economy: Empowering Mompreneurs In Malaysia Sunway University Malaysia.
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2018) Struggles of Mandarin Speakers in English Medium Higher Learning Environment EMI Conference, Guangzhou China.
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2016), The Moderating Role of Educational Environment in Students’ Entrepreneurial Intention Development, Business Management Conference, 8 – 9 December, 2016 New Era College
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2012) ICL2012: The 3rd International Conference on Learner Diversity, 18& 19th September 2012, UKM.
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2012) Seminar Siswazah. UKM, Hotel Residence, UNITEN 24 November 2012.
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2010) Seminar Siswazah UKM. 17th February 2010 Fakulti Pendidikan UKM.
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2010) ICELD International Conference on Learner Diversity 2010, 19th – 20th October 2010, Hotel Equatorial Bangi.
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  • Oxford University: EMI Oxford Research Group: International Consortium on English Medium Instruction Teacher Competencies
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
  • Association of Science, Technology & Innovation: Young Inventor Challenge’s Panel of Judges 2019
  • Association of Science, Technology & Innovation: ASTI Feynman Challenge (AFC) 2020
TALKS AND PUBLIC LECTURES
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2019) Qualitative Data Analysis. New Era university college
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2017) Quantitative & qualitative approaches. New Era university college
  • Shamuni Kunjiapu (2016) Preparing proposals. New era university college
Name:
Position:
E-mail:
Academic Qualification:
Navaratnam a/l Vejaratnam ; MIM,PSMB
Senior Lecturer
navaratnam.v@newera.edu.my
Bachelor of Business Administration (First Class) (Universiti Utara Malaysia)
Master of Human Resource Development (Universiti Putra Malaysia)
MAJOR Human Resource Development
RESEARCH AREAS Human Resources Management, Human Resource Development, Safety and Health, Personality Traits, Multiple Intelligence, Creative Thinking and Innovation, Emotional Intelligence
TEACHING SUBJECTS Human Resource Management, Introduction to Human Resource Management, International Business, Creative Thinking and Innovation, Community Service, Introduction to Business, Introduction To Management, Creative Thinking & Critical Thinking, Study Skill, Marketing
WORKING EXPERIENCE
No. Position Department University/Institution Year
1. Lecturer Business Studies Rima Group of College May 2009 – June 2010
2. Lecturer Business Studies Kasturi College International 2013 - Current
3 Tutor/ Mentor for Business Mathematics Tradewinds Residential, Student Welfare Tradewinds Residential, Universiti Utara Malaysia Mac 2007-July 2008
MEMBERSHIP OF ADVISORY BOARDS COMMITTEES / PROFESSIONAL BODIES Management Institute of Malaysia (MIM)
Asian Academic Society for Vocational Education and Training (AASVET)
Certified Trainer (TTT/5990), Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB)
Certified Neuro Linguistic Programing (NLP) practitioner, American of NLP (ABNLP).
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
DISSERTATION/THESIS 【Master】Examining the relationship between job satisfaction and employee’s motivation towards employee’s performance in non-profit institution (2010).Unpublished master's thesis, Universiti Putra Malaysia
PUBLISHED PAPERS
  1. Sivalingam, Shiveh and Abdul Kadir, Suhaida and Vejaratnam, Navaratnam and Asimiran, Soaib (2018) Predictor factors for collective leadership: a case of secondary schools.
  2. Navaratnam.V & Theepa.P
    Digital Entrepreneurial Intention among Private Technical and Vocational Education (TVET) Students. Int. Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences
CONFERENCE PAPERS
  1. (2016) Linking Business Strategies with HRM Functions: Evidence from MNC’s. Business & management Conference 2016
  2. (2018) Make (IT) Work: Case Study on Healthcare Industry. Department of Computer Science and Information Technology (New Era University College)
  3. (2019) Digital Entrepreneurial Intention among Private Technical and Vocational Education (TVET) Students. AASVET International Conference 2019 (0SAIC2019)
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  1. (2016) Impacts of Human Resource Practices and Organization Commitment towards Employee Retention in Selected Bank. Tan Lark Sye Institute Research Grant.NEUC
  2. (2017) Relationship between Safety Management Practices and Safety Behavior among Employees in Manufacturing Company. Tan Lark Sye Institute Research Grant
AWARDS/
HONOURS
  1. Penilai Pakar Untuk Kesahan Instrumen Kajian  (2015, UPM)
  2. Dean List Semester 1 (2002/2003, UUM)
  3. Dean List Semester 2 (2002/2003, UUM)
  4. Dean List Semester 3 (2003/2004, UUM)
  5. Dean List Semester 4 (2003/2004, UUM)
  6. Dean List Semester 5 (2004/2005, UUM)
  7. Dean List Semester 6 (2004/2005, UUM)
TALKS AND PUBLICA LECTURES
No. Date Title of Lectures/Talks Host Institutions/Schools
1. 1 November 2017 Quantitative Tools NEUC
2. 23 March 2018 SMJK Yuk Kwan “Leadership Camp (Speaker) SMJK Yuk Kwan (Batu Gajah)
3. 25 April 2018 Power of Creativity and Critical Thinking NEUC
4. 28 July 2018 Staff’s Creative Behaviour Management Training SJKT Jalan Haji Manan
5. 4 August 2018 Synergize the Power of Creative & Critical Thinking Accent Edge, Petaling Jaya
6. 26 February 2019 Motivation Talk SMK Jalan Bukit
7. 17 July 2019 Human Resource Management Workshop Pintar College
8. 24 April 2019 The Power of Lateral Thinking NEUC
9. 29 May 2019 5th Research Seminar NEUC
10. 22 September 2019 SPM Workshop NEUC
11. 17 April 2020 Power of Lateral Thinking NEUC
Name:
Position:
E-mail:
Academic Qualification:
Rajennd Muniady ; MIM
Senior Lecturer; Dip. In Marketing & BBIM Program Coordinator
rajennd.m@newera.edu.my
Master of Entrepreneurship (Universiti Malaysia Kelantan)
B.A. (Hons) in Marketing (Binary University, Malaysia)
Diploma in Marketing (Sunway College, Malaysia)
MAJOR Marketing, Entrepreneurship
RESEARCH AREAS Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Development Economics, Social Theory and Innovation.
TEACHING SUBJECTS Entrepreneurship, Principles of Marketing, Consumer Behaviour, Marketing Management and Strategic Marketing Management.
WORKING EXPERIENCE Research Assistant (2013 – 2018), Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
- Niche Research Grant Scheme, Ministry of Education
- Fundamental Research Grant Scheme, Ministry of Higher Education
- Short Term Grant Scheme, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
- Research Acculturation Grant Scheme, Ministry of Higher Education
- AIM Entrepreneurship Handbook, Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia
MEMBERSHIP OF ADVISORY BOARDS COMMITTEES / PROFESSIONAL BODIES Malaysian Institute of Management
RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS:
DISSERTATION/THESIS 【Bachelor】Factors Influencing Consumer Behavior: A Study among University Students in Malaysia
【Master】 Social Capital and The Mediating Effect of Competitive Advantage on The Performance of Women-Owned Enterprise
BOOKS
  1. Wan Nurulasiah Wan Mustapa, Abdullah Al Mamun, Rajennd Muniady: Socio-economic impact of development programs among the low-income households. UMK Press (Under Review).
  2. Abdullah Al Mamun, Rajennd Muniady, Syed Ali Fazal: Innovation and Firm’s Performance Among Malaysian Manufacturing SMEs. UMK Press, ISBN:978-967-2229-43-8. (2019)
  3. Abdullah Al Mamun, M. Nurul Huda Mazumder, Noor Raihani Binti Zainol, Rajennd Muniady: Micro-Entrepreneurship and Micro-Enterprise Development in Malaysia: Emerging Research and Opportunities: IGI Global, ISBN:9781522584742. (2019)
  4. Rajennd Muniady, Abdullah Al Mamun, P.Yukthamarani Permarupan: Social Capital: The Neglected Criterion of Women Entrepreneurs Success. 08/2018; Kota Bharu: UMK Press., ISBN: 978-967-2229-04-9, (2018)
PUBLISHED PAPERS
  1. Abdullah Al Mamun, Syed Ali Fazal, Rajennd Muniady: Entrepreneurial knowledge, skills, competencies and performance: A study of micro-enterprises in Kelantan, Malaysia. Asia Pacific Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
    https://doi.org/10.1108/APJIE-11-2018-0067. (ESCI) (2019).
  2. Abdullah Al Mamun, Muhammad Mehedi Masud, Syed Ali Fazal, Rajennd Muniady: Green Vehicle Adoption Behaviour among Low-Income Households: An Evidence from Coastal Malaysia. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-019-05908-2. (SSCI, IF: 2.914) (2019).
  3. Abdullah Al Mamun, Mohd Asrul Hery Ibrahim, Rajennd Muniady, Mohammad Bin Ismail, Noorshella Binti Che Nawi, Noorul Azwin Binti Md Nasir. Observations of
    Participation in Development Initiatives on Enterprise Income and Asset in Peninsular Malaysia
    . Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies. (2019)
  4. Abdullah Al Mamun, Syed Ali Fazal, Rajennd Muniady: Entrepreneurial knowledge, skills, competencies and performance: A study of micro-enterprises in Kelantan, Malaysia. Asia Pacific Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
    https://doi.org/10.1108/APJIE-11-2018-0067. (ESCI) (2019).
  5. Noorshella Che Nawi, Abdullah Al Mamun, Noorul Azwin Md Nasir, Rajennd Muniady: Factors Affecting the Adoption of Social Media as a Business Platform: A Study among Student Entrepreneurs in Malaysia. Vision-The Journal of Business Perspective, 23(1), 1-11. (Scopus) (2019).
  6. Abdullah Al Mamun, Rajennd Muniady, Noorshella Che Nawi, Mohd Asrul Hery Ibrahim: Effect of Economic Vulnerability on Entrepreneurial Competencies among Malaysian Micro-Entrepreneurs. Asia Pacific Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 12(2)., DOI:10.1108/APJIE-03-2018-0013 (ESCI) (2018).
  7. Abdullah Al Mamun, Noorshella Che Nawi, P.Yukthamarani Permarupan, Rajennd Muniady: Sources of competitive advantage for Malaysian micro-enterprises. Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies 10(2):191-216, DOI:10.1108/JEEE-05-2017-0037 (Scopus-ESCI) (2018).
  8. Abdullah Al Mamun, Mohd Asrul Hery Bin Ibrahim, Rajennd Muniady, Mohammad Bin Ismail, Noorshella Binti Che Nawi, Noorul Azwin Binti Md Nasir: Development programs, household income and economic vulnerability: A study among low-income households in Peninsular Malaysia. World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development. DOI:10.1108/WJEMSD-01-2018-0008 (ESCI) (2018).
  9. Abdullah Al Mamun, Noorshella Che Nawi, Mohd Asrul Hery Ibrahim, Rajennd Muniady: Effect of Economic Vulnerability on Competitive Advantages, Enterprise Performance and Sustainability. Social Sciences, 7(4):1-11., DOI:10.3390/socsci7040054 (Scopus) (2018).
  10. Noor Raihani Zainol, Abdullah Al Mamun, Hasannuddiin Hassan, Rajennd Muniady: Examining the effectiveness of Micro-Enterprise Development Programs in Malaysia. Journal of International Studies, 10(2):292-308., DOI:10.14254/2071-8330.2017/10-2/20 (Scopus) (2017).
  11. Abdullah Al Mamun, Wan Mohd Nazdrol Bin Wan Mohd Nasir, Mohamed Dahlan Ibrahim, Rajennd Muniady, Kumaraguru Sivageahnam: Persuasion, Consumer Engagement and Performance of Malaysian Manufacturing Enterprises. Advanced Science Letters, 23(4):2922-2924., DOI:10.1166/asl.2017.7607 (CPCI-S) (2017)
  12. Abdullah Al Mamun, Rajennd Muniady, Noorshella Binti Che Nawi, C. A. Malarvizhi, P. Yukthamarani Permarupan: Innovativeness, Absorptive Capacity and Innovation among Malaysian Micro-Enterprises: A Cross-Industry and Cross-State Comparison. Advanced Science Letters, 23(2):894-896., DOI:10.1166/asl.2017.7429 (CPCI-S) (2017).
  13. Abdullah Al Mamun, Rajennd Muniady, P. Yukthamarani Permarupan, Noor Raihani Binti Zainol, Mohd Rosli Mohamad: Micro-enterprise development initiatives and entrepreneurial competencies, innovativeness, and social capital in Malaysia. Development in Practice, 26(8):1094-1110., DOI:10.1080/09614524.2016.1228830 (Scopus) (2016).
  14. Abdullah Al Mamun, Rajennd Muniady, P. Yukthamarani Permarupan, Noor Raihani Binti Zainol, Noorshella Binti Che Nawi, C. A. Malarvizhi: Social capital and entrepreneurial competencies: A study among women micro-entrepreneurs in Malaysia. The Journal of Developing Areas 11/2016; 50(5):363-370., DOI:10.1353/jda.2016.0050 (2016).
  15. Rajennd Muniady, Abdullah Al Mamun, P. Yukthamarani Permarupan, Noor Raihani Binti Zainol, Mohd. Rosli Mohamad: Social Capital: Cross-industry and Cross-state Comparison among Malaysian Women Micro-entrepreneurs. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 01/2016; 7(1):350-360., DOI:10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n1p350 (Scopus) (2016).
  16. Rajennd Muniady, Abdullah Al Mamun, Mohd. Rosli Mohamad, P. Yukthamarani Permarupan, Noor Raihani Binti Zainol: The Effect of Cognitive and Relational Social Capital on Structural Social Capital and Micro-Enterprise Performance. SAGE Open 10/2015; 5(4):1-9., DOI:10.1177/2158244015611187 (SSCI, Scopus) (2015).
  17. Rajennd Muniady, Abdullah Al- Mamun, P. Yukthamarani Permarupan, Noor Raihani Binti Zainol: Factors Influencing Consumer Behavior: A Study among University Students in Malaysia. Asian Social Science 01/2014; 10(9):18-25., DOI:10.5539/ass.v10n9p18 (ERA) (2014).

In Review

  1. Environmentally Friendly Business Practices Among Low-Income Households: A Case Study from Rural Areas of Malaysia. Progress in Development Studies.
  2. Factors Affecting Job Satisfaction among Lecturers of Private Higher Education Institutes in Vietnam: Job Satisfaction among Lecturers. Higher Education Challenges in South-East Asia. IGI Global.
CONFERENCE PAPERS
  1. P. Yukthamarani Permarupan, Abdullah Al Mamun, Rajennd Muniady, Roselina Ahmad Saufi: Entrepreneurial Competencies among Malaysian Micro-Entrepreneurs: A Cross-Industry and Cross-State Comparison. 2016 International Conference for Bankers and Academics, Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management, Mirpur, Bangladesh.; 09/2016
  2. Abdullah Al Mamun, Rajennd Muniady, P. Yukthamarani Permarupan, Noor Raihani Binti Zainol, Noorshella Binti Che Nawi, C. A. Malarvizhi: Social Capital and Entrepreneurial Competencies: a study among Women Micro-Entrepreneurs in Malaysia. Asia Pacific Conference on Business and Social Sciences – 2015. 23rd to 24th November 2015, Hotel Grand Seasons, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 11/2015
  3. Abdullah Al Mamun, Rajennd Muniady, P. Yukthamarani Permarupan, Noor Raihani Binti Zainol, Mohd. Rosli Mohamad: Micro-Enterprise Development Initiatives and its effects on Entrepreneurial Competencies, Innovation and Social Capital. International Conference of Development and Socio-Spatial Inequalities, Bayview Beach Resort, Penang, Malaysia; 08/2015
  4. Rajennd Muniady, Abdullah Al Mamun, Mohd. Rosli Mohamad, P. Yukthamarani Permarupan, Noor Raihani Binti Zainol: Social Capital: a Cross-Industry and Cross-State Comparison among Malaysian Women Micro-Entrepreneurs. The 2nd CHREST International Conference: Transforming Human Capital for Global Competitiveness, Palm Garden Hotel, IOI Resort, PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia; 06/2015
  5. Rajend Muniady, Abdullah Al Mamun, P. Yuktamarani Permarupan, Noor Raihani Zainol, Mohd. Rosli Mohamad: Social Capital and Micro-Enterprise Performance: A Review. 3rd International Seminar on Entrepreneurship and Business, Hotel Perdana Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia; 12/2014