Professors

David Deterding

Associate Professors

Ahsan Ullah

Ampuan Hj Brahim bin Ampuan Hj Tengah

Hj Asbol bin Hj Mail

Gary Jones

James McLellan

Khondker Iftekhar Iqbal

Noor Azam OKMB Haji-Othman

Senior Assistant Professors

Aini binti Hj Karim

Debbie Ho

Hjh Dyg Fatimah binti Hj Awang Chuchu

Johannes L. Kurz

Md Shafi Noor Islam

Paul Deyuan He

Hj Ramlee bin Hj Tinkong

Rommel Curaming

Salbrina Hj Sharbawi

Sharifah Nurul Huda Alkaff

Yabit Alas

Assistant Professors

Hjh Asiyah Az-Zahra bte Hj Ahmad Kumpoh

Hannah Ho Ming Yit

Kathrina bte DP Haji Mohd Daud

Magne Knudsen

Meredian Alam

Muhammad Arafat Bin Mohamad

Rui Oliveira Lopes

Shirley Chin

Siti Mazidah binti Hj Mohamad

Yong Liu

Lecturers

Ak Hj Ashrol Rahimy bin Pg Hj Damit

Asmali Hj Sulaiman

Hjh Aznah binti Hj Suhaimi

Chester Keasberry

Daniel Wee

Ena Herni binti Wasli

Gabriel Yong

Izni Azrein bin Noor Azalie

Khairunnisa Haji Ibrahim

Mardina binti Hj Mahadi

Maslin bin Haji Jukin/Jukim

Mohd. Zefri Ariff bin Mohd. Zain Ariff

Nani Suryani binti Hj Abu Bakar

Dk Noor Hasharina bte Pg Haji Hassan

Norzurianie Hj Kamarulzaman

Rinni Marliyana binti Hj Amran

Assistant Lecturers

Mayyer Ling

Tutors

Exzayrani binti Awang Sulaiman

Pg Mohd Rahiman Pg Aliudin

Shariza Wahyuna Hj Shahrin

Siti Badriyah Hj Mohd Yusof

Siti Ifwah Fauzani binti Hj Chuchu

Administrative Staff

FASS Administrative Staff

Research Students

FASS PhD Students

Research Assistants

Diotima Chattoraj

 

Paul Deyuan He

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Academic Qualifications


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Teaching

  • Written Genres
  • World Englishes
  • Language Acquisition
  • Pragmatics
  • Introductory Linguistics
  • Research Methods in linguistics

Research Interests

  • Chinese English
  • Perceptions of new Englishes
  • Foreign language anxiety
  • EFL/ESL teaching/learning

Publications

Papers in Refereed Journals

He, D. (2017). How to cope with foreign language speaking anxiety effectively? The case of university students in China. Electronic Journal of Foreign Language Teaching, 14(2), 159–174. (PDF Version).

He, D. (2017). The use of English in the professional world in China. World Englishes, 36(4), 571–590. (PDF Version).

He, D. (2015). University students’ and teachers’ perceptions of China English and World Englishes: Language attitudes and pedagogic implications. Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 2(2), 65–76. (PDF Version).

He, D. (2013). What makes learners anxious while speaking English: A comparative study of the perceptions held by university students and teachers in China. Educational Studies, 39(3), 338–350. (PDF Version).

He, D., & Miller, L. (2011). English teacher preference: The case of China’s non-English major students. World Englishes, 30(3), 428–443. (PDF Version).

He, D., & Zhang, Q. (2010). Native speaker norms and China English: From the perspective of learners and teachers in China. TESOL Quarterly, 44(4), 769–789. (PDF Version).

He, D., & Li, D. (2009). Language attitudes and linguistic features in the ‘China English’ debate. World Englishes, 28(1), 70–89. (PDF Version).

Papers in Other Journals

He, D. (2018). A review of Chinese scholarship on foreign language learning anxiety in China, South East Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 18, 1–21. (PDF Version).

Books

He, D. (2020). China English in world Englishes: Education and use in the professional world. Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-15-8187-8 (PDF Version).

He, D. (2018). Foreign language learning anxiety in China: Theories and applications in English language teaching. Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-7662-6 (PDF Version).

Edited Books

Xu, Z., He, D., & Deterding, D. (Eds.) (2017). Researching China English: The state of the art. Dordrecht: Springer. ISBN: 978-3-319-53108-3. (Publisher's Link). (e-book).

Book Chapters

He, D. (2017). Perceptions of China English and pedagogic implications for teaching English in China. In Z. Xu, D. He, & D. Deterding (Eds.), Researching China English: The state of the art (pp. 127–140). Dordrecht: Springer.

Xu, Z., Deterding, D., & He, D. (2017). What we know about Chinese English: Status, issues and trends<. In Z. Xu, D. He, & D. Deterding (Eds.), Researching China English: The state of the art (pp. 1–16). Dordrecht: Springer. (PDF Version).


Conference Presentations

He, D., & Zhang, Q. (2017). University teachers’ and students’ understanding of learning a foreign language: Coping with speaking anxiety in China. Proceedings of the 31st International Academic Conference, the University of London, United Kingdom, May 29th – June 1st, 2017.

He, D., & Zhang, Q. (2016). China English as a developing variety and its use in the workplace. Paper presented at the 2016 Asian Conference on Language Learning, Art Center of Kobe, Kobe, Japan, April 28th – May 1st 2016.

He, D. (2015). The Use of English in the professional world in China. Paper presented at The 18th English in Southeast Asia Conference (ESEA-18), Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, at Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei, November 16th – 17th 2015.

He, D., & Zhang, Q. (2011). The reasons for Chinese university students’ foreign language speaking anxiety. Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on International Education: Focus on the Learner, the Centre for Research in International Education, Auckland, New Zealand, June 30th–July 2nd, 2011.

He, D. (2011). ‘China English’ and World Englishes: A comparison of the views held by non-English majors and their teachers in China. Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF4), the Research Centre into Language Education and Acquisition in Multilingual Societies (RCLEAMS), at the Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, May 26th–28th, 2011.

He, D. (2010). College English teaching in China: The native or non-native teacher in the context of World Englishes. Paper presented at the International Conference Languages of Education: the Chinese Context, the Research Centre into Language Education and Acquisition in Multilingual Societies (RCLEAMS), the Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, October 22nd–23rd, 2010.

He, D., & Zhang, Q. (2010). The ideal teaching models and norms: A ‘China English’ perspective in the context of World Englishes. Proceedings of the 2010 Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, June 2nd–5th, 2010.

He, D. (2010). Perspectives on the selection of college English teachers in China in the context of World Englishes. Proceedings of the 2010 International Teaching and Learning Conference (awarded “the Best Paper”), Orlando, Florida, USA, January 4th–6th, 2010.

He, D., & Zhang, Q. (2008). ‘China English’ or native speaker based standard? A study of college teachers’ and students’ perceptions of the ideal pedagogic model of college English in mainland China. Paper presented at the 14th Conference of the International Association for World Englishes: World Englishes and World’s Languages – Convergence, Enrichment, or Death? The Department of Chinese, Translation & Linguistics, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, December 1st–5th, 2008.

Forums and Seminars

  • China English and its pedagogic implications. Invited speech given at the Research Forum for Contemporary Foreign Languages Teaching and Research Methodology at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, May 31st–June 4th, 2014.
  • Anxiety of foreign language speaking: An investigation of non-English major students in mainland China. Seminar given in the Research Seminar Serials at the Department of English, City University of Hong Kong, May 17th, 2011.
  • The preferred pedagogic models and norms in the contexts of ‘China English’ and World Englishes. Seminar given in the Research Seminar Serials at the Department of English, City University of Hong Kong, May 3rd, 2010.
  • The preferred pedagogic models and norms in China in the context of world Englishes. Paper presented at the 3rd Hong Kong Association for Applied Linguistics (HAAL) Research Forum at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, December 12th, 2009.
  • Teacher selection for the course of College English in China’s universities: A perspective of World Englishes. Seminar given in the research seminar serials at the Department of English, City University of Hong Kong, November 23th, 2009.
  • ‘China English’: Linguistic features and pedagogical implications for ELT in mainland China. Invited seminar given at Phonological Undertakings for Fun (PUFF), the Department of English Language & Literature, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, September 20th, 2008.
  • ‘China English’? Towards an attainable and desirable model of English for college students in mainland China. Seminar given at the Department of English & Communication, the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, September 6th, 2006.

Referee for International Journals

  • Book proposal for Springer
  • TESOL Quarterly (SCOPUS- & SSCI-indexed)
  • World Englishes (SCOPUS- & SSCI-indexed)
  • International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism (SCOPUS- & SSCI-indexed)
  • System (SCOPUS- & SSCI-indexed)
  • Educational Studies (SCOPUS- & SSCI-indexed)
  • The Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics
  • Asian English for Specific Purposes Journal
  • International Journal of English and Literature

Awards and Grants

  • Best Paper Award, 2017, The 31st International Academic Conference, the University of London, United Kingdom, May 29th - June 1st, 2017.
  • Youth Research Grant (2013), the School of Foreign Studies, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.
  • Best Paper Award (2010), International College Teaching and Learning (ITLC) Conference, the Clute Institute for Academic Research, Orlando, Florida, USA. January 4-6, 2010.
  • Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies Scholarship (2009-2011), City University of Hong Kong.
  • The Outstanding Academic Performance Award for Research Degree Students (2008-2010), City University of Hong Kong.
  • Research Activities Fund (2007-2009), the School of Graduate Studies, City University of Hong Kong.
  • Research Expenses Grant (2007-2009), the Department of English, City University of Hong Kong.
  • Tuition Scholarship (2005-2011), City University of Hong Kong.
  • Innovative Teaching Grant (2004-2005), Hubei University of Automotive Technology, Hubei, China