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Professor ZHANG Yiqiong

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I am Professor of Applied Linguistics at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies and full-time researcher at the Center for Linguistics & Applied Linguistics. I obtained my PhD degree in 2013 from the National University of Singapore.


Research interests

Digital Communication, Science Communication, Multimodal Discourse Analysis, Cross-cultural Studies, English for Specific Purposes, Multiliteracies, Academic Literacies, Digital Literacies.


Contact

zhangyiqiong(at)gdufs.edu.cn (Please replace (at) with @ when sending me emails)


Education

Ph.D.

National   University of Singapore, 2013

Multimodal   Discourse Studies

M.A.

Xi’an Jiaotong University, China, 2005

Applied   Linguistics

B.A.

Xi’an Jiaotong University, China, 2002

English for   Specific Purposes

Academic appointments

2014/07- now

Research Fellow, Center for Linguistics and Applied   Linguistics (promotion to Professor in December 2019)

Guangdong   University of Foreign Studies, China

2022/11-2023/05

Fellow, China-U.S.   Scholars Program (CUSP)

International   Institute of Education

2022/01-2022/10

Visiting Scholar, Department of   Information & Library Science

Indiana   University Bloomington, US

2017/03-2017/08

Visiting Scholar, Westminster Professional   Language Center

University of Westminster,   UK

2014/07-2014/08

Guest Lecturer, Utrecht Summer School, the Netherland

2013/07-2013/08

Guest Lecturer, Utrecht Summer School, the Netherland

2005/04-2014/06

Teaching   Assistant, Lecturer, Associate Professor (promotion to Associate Professor in   January 2014)

School of English and Education

Guangdong   University of Foreign Studies, China

Research Areas

Multimodal Discourse Studies

Digital   Communication, Science Communication, Cross-cultural Communication

Digital   Literacy, Multiliteracies, English for Academic Purposes

Grants (as Principle Investigator)

International Grant

1) China-U.S. Scholars Program, International Institution of Education, Public engagement with science on social media in the US: A multimodal and interactive perspective (CUS2101000), $23,400 (2022 – 2023)

National Grants

2) Humanities and Social Science Fund of Ministry of Education of China, Interactions between graphicons and language in social media: Trends and mechanism, ¥100,000 (in progress, 2022-2024)

3) National Social Science Fund of China, A multimodal comparison of Chinese and English online science news (14CYY061), ¥200,000 (completed, 2014-2019).

4) China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, A multimodal comparison of Chinese and English online news on China (2014M550430), ¥80,000 (completed, 2014-2016)

Provincial Grants

5) Guangdong Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science (China), The evolution of emojis in Chinese social media (GD21CWY07), ¥50,000 (in progress, 2021-2023)

6) Department of Education of Guangdong Province (China), Engagement in science communication through social media: A multimodal and interactive perspective (2020WTSCX016), ¥50,000 (in progress, 2020-2023)

7) Department of Science and Technology of Guangdong Province, Developing an online platform for sharing science popularization information among universities in Guangdong Province (2015A070704052), ¥100,000 (completed, 2015-2018).

8) Foundation for High-level Talents in Higher Education of Guangdong, A multimodal discourse study of online science popularization (GWTP-GC-2014-05), ¥100,000 (completed, 2014-2017).

9) Guangdong Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science, A multimodal study of English online news on China (GD113YWW02), ¥30,000 (completed, 2013-2018)

10) Guangdong Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, Developing the multiliteracies competence of college English teachers in China, ¥100,000 (completed, 2014-2016)

Internal Grants

11) Pedagogical Research Grant, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, ¥4,000 (completed, 2013-2014)

12) University Research Council, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Functions of hyperlinks in online science news (12Q28), ¥10,000 (completed, 2012-2014)


Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Zhang, Y., Herring, S. C., Tan, R., Zhang, Q., & Shi, D. (2023). From compensation to competition: The impact of graphicons on language use in a Chinese context. Discourse & Communication, 0(0). doi:10.1177/17504813231171792.

Zhang, Y., Wang, M., & Li, Y. (2021). More than playfulness: Emojis in the comments of a WeChat official account. Internet Pragmatics, 4(2), 247-271.

Wang, M., & Zhang, Y. (2021). ‘According to…’: The impact of language background and writing expertise on textual priming patterns of multi-word sequences in academic writing. English for Specific Purposes, 61, 47-59.

Zhang, Y., & O’Halloran, K. L. (2019). Empowering the point: Pains and gains of a writer's traversals between print-based writing and multimodal composing. Linguistics and Education, 51, 1-11.

Zhang, Y. (2018). Retailing science: Genre hybridization in online science news stories. Text & Talk, 38(2), 243-265.

Lin, S., van den Hoven, P., & Zhang, Y. (2018). Global Advertising Adaptation for Chinese Consumers in the Early 20th Century: A Semiotic Approach. Signs & Media, 16(1), 84-107.

Zhang, Y., Machin, D., & Song, T. (2015). Visual forms of address in social media discourse: the case of a science communication website. Journal of Multicultural Discourses, 10(2), 236-252.

Zhang, Y., & O'Halloran, K. L. (2013). ‘Toward a global knowledge enterprise’: university websites as portals to the ongoing marketization of higher education. Critical Discourse Studies. 10(4), 468-485.

Zhang, Y., & O'Halloran, K. L. (2012). The gate of the gateway: A hypermodal approach to university homepages. Semiotica. 2012(190), 87-109.

Zhang, Y., & Yang, R. (2004). Investigating the Interpersonal function in English advertising discourse. HKBU Papers in Applied Language Studies, 8, 1-17.

Peer-reviewed Conference Proceedings

Zhang, Y., Herring, S. C., & Gan, S. (2022). Graphicon evolution on the Chinese social media platform BiliBili. Proceedings of The Fifth International Workshop on Emoji Understanding and Applications in Social Media (pp. 75-85), Association for Computational Linguistics.

Manuscripts in Preparation

Zhang, Y., Herring, S. C., Tan, R., Zhang, Q., & Shi, D. From compensation to competition: The impact of graphicons on language use.

Zhang, Y., & Herring, S. C., Tan, R., Wu, Y. One graphicon deserves another: Priming effects in BiliBili comments.

Zhang, Y., Tan, R., & Djonov, E. Institutional discourse from tight and loose cultures: The case of university webpages about COVID-19.

Wang, Y. & Zhang, Y. Are emojis language-like?: A quantitative investigation into emojis’ category, frequency, and position.

Zhu, Q., & Zhang, Y. Assessing multimodal composing in L2 writing classes: tensions and impact.

Tan, R., & Zhang, Y. Identity construction in the news on Chinese and American university websites: A multimodal perspective.

Books

Zhang, Y. (2017). A multimodal discourse study of online science news: Synchronic and diachronic perspectives. Beijing: Science Press.

Ran, Y., & Zhang, Y. (Eds.). (2016). Applied Linguistics Research (Vol. 2). Beijing: Higher Education Press.

Wang, M., & Zhang, Y. (Eds.) (2015). An Integrated Course of Academic Reading. Xi’an: Press of Xi’an Jiaotong University. (Textbook for undergraduate students)

Book Chapters

Zhang, Y., Tan, R., E., M., & Tan, S. (2022) Defamiliarise to engage the public: A multimodal study of a science video about COVID-19 on Chinese social media. In S. Tan & M. E (Ed.), Discourses, Modes, Media and Meaning in an Era of Pandemic: A Multimodal Discourse Analysis Approach (pp. 160-177). London & New York: Routledge.

Zhang, Y. (2019). Scifotainment: Evolving multimodal engagement in online science news. In C. Sancho Guinda (Ed.), Engagement in Professional Genres (pp. 243-258). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Zhang, Y., Machin, D., & Song, T. (2016). Visual forms of address in social media discourse: the case of a science communication website. In G. Bouvier (Ed.), Discourse and Social Media (pp. 88-104). London and New York: Routledge.

Zhang, Y., & O'Halloran, K. L. (2014). From popularization to marketization: The hypermodal nucleus in institutional science news. In E. Djonov & S. Zhao (Eds.), Critical Multimodal Studies of Popular Discourse (pp. 160-177). New York: Routledge.

Book Reviews

Zhang, Y. (2022). Crossing the borders: A review of Translation and Multimodality: Beyond Words. Multimodality & Society.

Zhang, Y. (2021). The Aesthetics of Scientific Data Representation: More than Pretty Pictures. Visual Communication.

Zhang, Y. (2017). Building Bridges for Multimodal Research: International Perspectives on Theories and Practices of Multimodal Analysis. Discourse Studies, 19(3), 361-363.

Zhang, Y. (2015). Communicating Popular Science: From Deficit to Democracy. Discourse Studies, 17(4), 501-502.

Zhang, Y. (2014). Discourse in English Language Education. Discourse Studies, 16(6), 856-858.

Zhang, Y. (2011). Official Tourism Websites: A Discourse Analysis Perspective. Discourse & Communication, 5(4), 434-436.

Journal Articles in Chinese

Zhang, Y. (2019). The semiotics of hyperlinks: An analysis of its application in institutional online science news. Journal of Shaoguan University, 40(4), 81-86.

Zhang, Y. (2018). Developing a platform for sharing science information based on institutional online science news. Journal of News Research, 9(10), 13-15.

Zhang, Y. (2010). Developing critical thinking skills of English major students - English debating principles as guidelines. Journal of Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, 21(6), 105-108.

Zhang, Y., & Yang, R. (2009). The Macro-structures of English Research Articles: Similarities and Differences. Foreign Language Education (00), 84-90.

Zhang, Y. (2007). Problems and Solutions in the Compilation of PowerPoint Slides among College English Teachers. Journal of Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, 18(2), 109-112.

Blog

http://blog.sciencenet.cn/u/scifotainment

Conference Presentations

Invited keynote presentations

Institutional discourse from tight and loose cultures: A multimodal study on the pandemic sections from university websites. The Second Pearl Round Table on Multimodal Discourse Analysis, The Functional Linguistics Institute, Sun Yat-Sen University (China), October 17, 2021.

More than playfulness: Emojis in the comments of a WeChat Official Account, The 2nd Conference on Public Discourse Studies, International Association for Hallidayan Linguistics, October 23, 2020.

Scifotainment: Evolving multimodal engagement in online science news, The 13th Graduate Forum of Xiamen University, Xiamen University (China), December 7, 2018.

Selling science online: Evolving multimodal discourse for science communication in Web 2.0, The Pearl Round Table on Multimodality, The Functional Linguistics Institute, Sun Yat-Sen University (China), November 26, 2018.

A Multimodal Approach to Video Analysis, The 3rd GDUFS Forum on Applied Linguistics, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China), December 1, 2014.

Engaging students with multimodal discourse in language teaching: A critical perspective, The 1st Multiliteracies Forum, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China), June 14, 2014.

Individual paper presentations

Zhang, Y. & Herring, S. C. (2022). One graphicon deserves another: Priming effects in BiliBili comments. Paper to be presented at The Fifth International Conference of the American Pragmatics Association, South Carolina. November 4-6.

Zhang, Y., Herring, S. C., & Gan, S. (2022). Graphicon evolution on the Chinese social media platform BiliBili. Paper presented at The Fifth International Workshop on Emoji Understanding and Applications in Social Media, Seattle. July 10-15.

Zhang, Y., Tan, R. & Djonov, E. (2022). A multimodal analysis of institutional discourse about COVID-19 from loose and tight cultures. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of American Association for Applied Linguistics, Pittsburgh. March 19-23.

Zhang, Y., & Tan, R. (2021). Defamiliarize to engage the public: A multimodal study of a science video about Covid-19 on Chinese social media. Paper presented at the 6th Forum on Applied Linguistics, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China). Dec 1-3.

Zhang, Y. & Kay L. O’Halloran. (2019). Empowering the point: Pains and gains of an ESL writer’s traversing between print-based writing and multimodal composing. Paper presented at the Approaches to Multimodal and Digital Environments: from theories to practices, Rome. June 20-22.

Zhang, Y. (2018). Scifotainment: Evolving multimodal engagement in online science news. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Multimodality, Odense. August 15-17.

Zhang, Y. (2015). The business of science communication: A multimodal study of an evolving science communication website. Paper presented at the 14th Associate for Business Communication Asia-Pacific Conference, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Guangzhou, China. November 27-29.

Zhang, Y. (2015). Scifotainment: Genre mixing in online science news. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of American Association for Applied Linguistics, Toronto. March 21-24.

Zhang, Y., & van den Hoven, P. (2014). Constructing reality with images and words: Multimodal arguments in English and Chinese news. Paper presented at the 8th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation (8th ISSA), University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. July 1-4.

Zhang, Y. (2014). Same smog, different log: Comparing images in English and Chinese online news on smog in China. Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Multimodality (7ICOM), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong. June 11-13.

Zhang, Y. (2013). From literacy to multiliteracies: Challenges for college English teachers. Paper presented at the 5th National Conference on Foreign Language Teacher Development, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Guangzhou, China. December 6-8.

Zhang, Y. (2013). Scifotainment: Institutional science news in Web 2.0. Paper presented at the 5th Symposium on Functional Linguistics and Multimodality, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Shenzhen Base, Language & Multimodal Analysis Lab, China. July 21-22.

Zhang, Y. (2013). News in Web 2.0: Exploring dimensions of news accessibility in an online context. Paper presented at the 40th International Systemic Functional Congress, Sun Yat-sen University (China). July 15-19.

Zhang, Y. (2012). The marketization of higher education in the evolution of a university website. Paper presented at the 2nd Forum on Applied Linguistics, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China). December 7-9.

Zhang, Y. (2012). The story behind navigation: A functional study of hyperlinks in online science news. Paper presented at the 11th World Congress of Semiotics, Nanjing Normal University (China). October 5-9.

O’Halloran, K., Tan, S., E, M., & Zhang, Y. (2012). Interactive Software for Multimodal Semiotic Analysis. Paper presented at the 11th World Congress of Semiotics, Nanjing Normal University (China). October 5-9.

Zhang, Y. (2011). From science popularization to research promotion - A multimodal study of science news on institutional and mass media websites. Paper presented at the 16th World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Beijing Foreign Studies University (China). August 23-28.

Zhang, Y. (2010). Functions of images in online science popularization: A multimodal study. Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Multimodality (5ICOM), Sydney. December 1-3.

Zhang, Y., & Liu, Y. (2010). Why is the PowerPoint not empowering? - A case study of PowerPoint authorship. Paper presented at the CELC Symposium 2010 - Global Perspectives, Local Initiatives: Reflections & Practices in ELT, Singapore. May 26-28.

Zhang, Y. (2009). The gate of the gateway - A multimodal comparison of two university homepages. Paper presented at the 36th International Systemic Functional Congress (36ISFC), Beijing: Qinghua University (China). July 13-18.

Zhang, Y. (2008). Lost in Multimodality? - A functional analysis of slides in conference presentations. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Multimodality (4-ICOM), Singapore. July 30 – August 1.

Zhang, Y. (2004). A genre analysis of the conclusion section of research articles in mechanical engineering. Paper presented at the 9th National Conference of Discourse Analysis, Shandong University (China). October 22-24.

Zhang, Y. (2003). Investigating the Interpersonal function in English advertising discourse. Paper presented at the 8th National Conference on Systemic Functional Grammar, Yanshan University (China). August 19-22.


Invited Talks

International

Graphicon evolution in Chinese social media: Trends and impacts, Department of Information and Library Science (ILS) Colloquium, Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, Indiana University Bloomington, January 20, 2023.

Whendoesn’t mean smiling: Learning Chinese through emojis, Chinese Tiding Lecture Series, the Chinese Flagship Program, Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, Indiana University Bloomington (USA), March 30, 2022.

Coping with the online fatigue in post-pandemic classrooms: A social semiotic perspective, Vantage College Speaker Series, The University of British Columbia (Canada), May 3, 2021.

The same pandemic, different “PanMeMic”: COVID-19 in Chinese and American university websites, Multimodality Talks Series organized by the University of Leeds, University College London, and Stockholm University, March 5, 2021.

“Towards a global knowledge enterprise”: University websites as portals to the ongoing marketization of higher education, Asian Faculty Workshop, Asian University Presidents Forum, July 30, 2019.

Selling science online: Evolving multimodal discourse for science communication in Web 2.0, Westminster Professional Language Center, University of Westminster (UK), May 9, 2017.

Domestic

Problems and solutions in developing students’ English essay writing skills for the college entrance examination, Teacher Training Program of Dongguan Bureau of Education, Guangdong Province (China), May 11, 2022.

Cultivating students’ critical thinking in English classrooms of high school, Teacher Training Program of Dongguan Bureau of Education, Guangdong Province (China), December 21, 2021.

Enhancing the quality and efficiency of academic communication: Representation in reverse order of thinking, Institutes of Science and Development, Chinese Academy of Sciences, December 5, 2019.

How to communicate science effectively in the digital age?: Insights from science communication in the United States, Media Center of Xi’an Jiaotong University (China), November 12, 2019.

Discourse strategies in the evolving multimodal webpages of a science communication website, School of Journalism and Communication, Xiamen University (China), December 6, 2018.

Retailing science: Genre hybridization in online science news stories. Practical Applications of Functional Linguistics & Discourse Analysis Lecture Series 2018, The Functional Linguistics Institute, Sun Yat-sen University (China), June 28, 2018.

The invisible campus wall: Decoding the multimodal construction of institutional identity on university homepages, School of Foreign Studies, Xi’an Jiaotong University (China), March 20, 2014.

University

Engagement strategies in public speaking, School of Interpreting & Translation Studies, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China), November 5, 2020.

Analyzing a teacher’s embodied semiosis with the multimodal analysis video software. Lecture Series on Multimodality at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China), November 30, 2018. (with Victor Fei Lim)

Resolving the conflicts between research and teaching, Center for Teacher Development, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China), January 6, 2021.

Making your academic talks as engaging as TED talks, Center for Teacher Development, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China), November 8, 2018.

Career development of college teachers, Center for Teacher Development, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, July 8, 2018.

Pitfalls in the classroom practices of English for Academic Practices, Center for Teacher Development, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, November 9, 2017.

The unpublished stories of publications: Moving from daily observation to academic publication, Center for Teacher Development, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China), April 3, 2014.

Multiliteracies: Opportunities in teaching and research, Center for Teacher Development, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China), March 27, 2014.

AWARDS (selected)

International

1) Recipient of the Fellowship of China-U.S. Scholars Program, 2022, International Institute of Education

2) Finalist of Fulbright Visiting Research Scholar, 2020 (award canceled after nomination because the operation of the Fulbright Program in China in the academic year of 2020-2021 was terminated by an executive order of the US president).

3) Interactive Digital Media Institute Research Scholarship, 2008-2012, National University of Singapore, Singapore

National and Provincial

1) Recipient of the Chinese Government Scholarship for Study Abroad, 2021, China Scholarship Council, Ministry of Education, China

2) Member of the Training Expert Database for the Improvement Project 2.0 of Primary and Secondary School Teachers’ Competence in Applying Information Technology of Guangdong Province (2020-)

3) Outstanding Emerging Scholar Fostered by Guangdong Province in the “Thousand, Hundred, and Ten” Talent Project, 2014 – 2018, Department of Education of Guangdong Province, China

4) Outstanding Researcher with Overseas Background, 2013, Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs of Guangdong Province, China

5) Graduate with Honor out of the graduates of Shaanxi Provincial Institutions of Higher Learning, 2005, Department of Education, Shaanxi Province, China

6) Third Prize Winner of National Mathematics Olympiad Senior, 1997, Chinese Mathematical Society

University Level

7) Teacher Excellence Award, 2017-2018, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

8) Second Prize Winner of Annual Research Excellence Awards, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2016, 2014, 2012, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

9) Recipient of the University Scholarship for Study Abroad, 2017, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

10) First Prize Winner of Annual Teaching Excellence Awards, 2007, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

11) Third Prize Winner of Annual Teaching Excellence Awards, 2006, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

12) First Prize Winner of Creativity in Teaching, Faculty of English and Education, 2006, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China

13) Tang Wenzhi Outstanding Graduate Student Scholarship, 2004, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

14) Outstanding Bachelor Thesis, 2003, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

Community Services

Ÿ Editorial Advisory Board Member, Multimodality and Society. Journal published by Sage Publications (2020-)

Ÿ Editorial Advisory Board Member, Multimodality of Communication. Journal published by Frontiers (2021-)

Ÿ Editorial Advisory Board Member, Designs for Learning. (2022-)

Ÿ Founding Associate Editor, Language, Context, and Text: The Social Semiotics Forum. 2019-2020, Journal published by John Benjamins

Ÿ Founding Team Member of “PanMeMic” (https://panmemic.hypotheses.org/), an international public project for collective research on how communication and social interactions are changing during the global pandemic (2020-)

Ÿ Member of the Training Expert Database for the Improvement Project 2.0 of Primary and Secondary School Teachers’ Competence in Applying Information Technology of Guangdong Province (2020-)

Ÿ Vice director of the Center for Systemic Functional Linguistics, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. (2017-2021)

Ÿ Reviewers for journals: Discourse, Context & Media, Discourse & Communication, Visual Communication, English for Specific Purposes, Text & Talk, Linguistics & Education, Higher Education, Journal of Pragmatics, International Journal of Communication, Pragmatics

Ÿ Reviewing for publishers: Bloomsbury, Routledge, Springer

Ÿ Conference convener and organizer

 Symposium on Graphicons and Digital Media (December 10, 2022)

 The 3rd GDUFS Multiliteracies Forum, Guangzhou, China (Mar 24, 2018)

 The 2nd GDUFS-HKPU Multiliteracies Forum, Guangzhou, China (May 18-21, 2015)

 The 1st GDUFS-HKPU Multiliteracies Forum, Guangzhou, China (June 13-15, 2014)

Ÿ Conference organizer

 The 2nd Halliday-Hasan International Forum on Language, Guangzhou, China (Dec 1-3, 2017)

 The 1st Halliday-Hasan International Forum on Language, Guangzhou, China (Dec 3-4, 2016)

 The 1st Halliday-Hasan International Lectures, Guangzhou, China (Nov 28 – Dec 1, 2016)

 The 3rd GDUFS Forum on Applied Linguistics, Guangzhou, China (Dec 1-3, 2014)

Supervision of Dissertations and Theses

Ph.D. Committee Membership

Jingxin Jiang, “The use of metadiscourse and visuals in TED talks”, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technology University, Singapore. (2019 - )

Hui Huang, “Engagement in discussion sections of medical research articles” Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2020 - )

Jinyi Huang, “Formality, power, and context: Exploring an interpersonal framework for vocative exchange in Mandarin Chinese”, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2018 - 2021)

Junjie Hao, “Multimodal discourse analysis of online dictionaries”, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2017 - 2020)

M.A. Supervision

Rongle Tan, “A multimodal comparison of Chinese and US university websites”, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2018 - 2021)

Jiafan He, “A multimodal study of science popularization videos in Chinese social media”, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2019 - 2022)

Yao Wei, “A cross-cultural comparison on the visual representation of father in Image Banks”, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2019 - 2022)

Minying Zhong, “Recontextualization in online health discourse”, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2020 - )

Huiting Dai, “A critical multimodal analysis of the representation of youth on BiliBili”, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2020 - )

Yanmin Wu, thesis title to be decided, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2021 - )

Yue He, thesis title to be decided, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2021 - )

Xinlong Li, thesis title to be decided, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2021 - )

Xia Wang, thesis title to be decided, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2022 - )

B.A. Supervision

Ying Li, “The public’s understanding of science and emoticon use in user comments in science communication on WeChat”, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2018)

Wenyin Yang, “A study of user comments in health science communication in three WeChat public accounts”, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China. (2018)



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