Associate Professor Dr Hoon Chang Yau

changyau.hoon@ubd.edu.bn

Director, Centre for Advanced Research and Associate Professor, Institute of Asian Studies



                    

CY Hoon is Director of Centre for Advanced Research at the University of Brunei Darussalam. He is also Adjunct Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia (UWA), where he obtained his PhD (with Distinction) in 2007. Prior to joining UBD, he was Assistant Professor of Asian Studies and Sing Lun Fellow at the School of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University (SMU), where he was awarded the SMU Teaching Excellence Award in 2012 and SMU Research Excellence Award in 2014.

A/Prof. Hoon is an active researcher specializing on the Chinese diaspora, identity politics, multiculturalism, and religious and cultural diversity in contemporary Southeast Asia. His monograph, Chinese Identity in Post-Suharto Indonesia: Culture, Media and Politics (2008, Sussex Academic Press), has been translated in Chinese and Indonesian. He is the co-editor of Contesting Chineseness: Ethnicity, Identity, and Nation in China and Southeast Asia (Springer, Forthcoming), Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging (Routledge, 2013), and Catalysts of Change: Ethnic Chinese Business in Asia (World Scientific, 2014). His publications have also appeared in international refereed journals including International Sociology, Asian Studies Review, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Southeast Asia Research, Social Compass, Asian Ethnicity, Asian Journal of Social Sciences, among others.

Besides teaching and research, A/Prof. Hoon also regularly presents research papers in international conferences, facilitates workshops and intercultural dialogue sessions, and engages in various consultancy activities with corporations and government agencies. He had spoken at UNESCO (Paris), Conference on Asia Civilization Dialogue (Beijing), Shanghai Forum (Fudan University), China Think Tank Forum (Beijing), ASEAN Forum (University of Sydney), Asia Forum on Enterprise for Society (Manila), International Interfaith Peace Conference (Toowomba), and China-ASEAN Think Tank Strategic Dialogue Forum (Nanning).

A/Prof. Hoon has held visiting positions at King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz International Center for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue (Vienna), Fudan University (Shanghai), ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute (Singapore), Centre for Strategic and International Studies (Jakarta), Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (Copenhagen), Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV), Leiden.

EDUCATION

2007 Doctor of Philosophy (with Distinction) The University of Western Australia

2003 Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) The University of Western Australia

2003 Bachelor of Commerce The University of Western Australia

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Chinese Diaspora, Race and Ethnicity, Religious Identity, Multiculturalism, Cultural Diversity

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

2021 Hoon, Chang Yau, and Shawatriqah Sahrifulhafiz, “Negotiating Assimilation and Hybridity: The Identity of Chinese-Malays in Brunei Darussalam”, Journal of Chinese Overseas, (Accepted: 04/08/2020).

2020 Sin Yee, Koh, Chang-Yau Hoon, and Noor Azam Hj Othman, ‘“Mandarin Fever” and Chinese Language Learning in Brunei Middle Schools: Discrepant Discourses, Multifaceted Realities and Institutional Barriers’, Asian Studies Review (Accepted: 27/04/2020).

2020 Esther Kuntjara and Chang-Yau Hoon, “Reassessing Chinese-Indonesian Stereotypes: Two decades after Reformasi”, South East Asia Research, 28(2), pp.199-216.

2020 Harjatanaya, Tracey, and Chang-Yau Hoon, “Politics of Schooling in Post-Suharto Indonesia: A Study of the Chinese Minority”, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 50(1), pp.18-35.

2020 Pan, Yanqin and Chang-Yau Hoon, “Brunei: Review of 2019 and Prospect of 2020”, Crossroads: Southeast Asian Studies. In Chinese: “文莱:2019 年回顾与2020年展望” 【东南亚纵横】 No.2, pp.12-20.

2020 Hoon, Chang-Yau, “Continuity and Change: The Dynamics of Chineseness in Indonesia”, Chinese Overseas Review. In Chinese: “变”与“不变”:华人特性在印尼的变迁【海外华人研究】。

TOP PUBLICATIONS

Hoon, Chang-Yau. 2006. “Assimilation, Multiculturalism, Hybridity: The Dilemmas of Ethnic Chinese in Post-Suharto Indonesia”, Asian Ethnicity, 7(2), pp.149-66.

Hoon, Chang-Yau. 2008. Chinese Identity in Post-Suharto Indonesia: Culture, Politics and Media, Sussex Academic Press, Brighton and Portland.

Sai, Siew-Min and Chang-Yau Hoon (eds). 2013. Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging, with Sai Siew Min, Routledge, London and New York.

Hoon, Chang-Yau. 2017. “Putting Religion into Multiculturalism: Conceptualizing Religious Multiculturalism in Indonesia”, Asian Studies Review, 41(3), pp.476-493.

Hoon, Chang-Yau. 2016. “Aspirations among Urban Christians in Contemporary Indonesia” International Sociology, 31(4), pp.413-431.

GRANT DETAILS

2020-2022 Principal Investigator, UBD grant (BND5,500), “Mutual Imaginings: China and Southeast Asia”.

2020-2021 Principal Investigator, UBD grant (BND5,300), “Chineseness in Motion: The Historicity of Nation and Contingency of Ethnicity in China and among the Chinese Diaspora”.

2020-2021 Co-Investigator, UBD grant (BND 10,470) “Capacity Approach for Disability Studies (CADAs): the case of Indonesia and Implications for Brunei Darussalam”.

2018-2019 Co-Principal Investigator, Consultancy Project for Brunei Shell Petroleum (BND 140,000) “A Demographic and Socio-Economic Survey on Belait District, Brunei Darussalam”.

2018-2019 Principal Investigator, UBD grant (BND 8,620), “The Pursuit of Chinese Language among Bruneian Youths: Social, Cultural and Economic Factors”.

2018-2019 Principal Investigator, UBD grant (BND 3,000), “Religious Plurality and Contestation in Indonesia”.

2017-2018 Co-Principal Investigator, UBD grant (BND 5,000, “Employability of Recent UBD Graduates: A Pilot Qualitative Study”.

2014-2015 Principal Investigator, MOE Tier 1 research grant (SGD 23,016), “The Politics of Giving: Ethnicity, Business and Religious Philanthropy in Indonesia”.

2013-2014 Principal Investigator, MOE Tier 1 research grant (SGD 18, 284.67), “Conceptualizing ‘Religious Multiculturalism’ in Indonesia”.

2012-2013 Principal Investigator, MOE Tier 1 research grant (SGD 21,011.89, “Promoting Religious Tolerance and Pluralism in Indonesia: The Role of Christian Seminaries”.

2011-2012 Principal Investigator, MOE Tier 1 research grant (SGD 19,335.29), “Multiculturalism in Post-Suharto Indonesia: Discourses and Practices”.

2010-2011 Principal Investigator, MOE Tier 1 research grant (SGD 19,428.62), “Multicultural Citizenship Education in Indonesia”.

2008-2009 Principal Investigator, MOE Tier 1 research grant (SGD 20,923), “Mapping (Chinese) Christian Schools in Indonesia: Religion, Ethnicity and Class”.

2008-2012 Partner Investigator, Discovery Project Grant (AUD 445,000) from the Australian Research Council, “Education for a Multicultural and Tolerant Indonesia”.

RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Books
2022 Mutual Imaginings: China and Southeast Asia, with Ying-kit Chan, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. (Contract signed: 24/07/2020)
2021 Contemporary Brunei Darussalam: Challenges and Prospects in Socio-economic Development, Singapore: ISEAS Publishing.
2020 Contesting Chineseness: Nation, Ethnicity and Identity in China and Southeast Asia, edited with Ying-kit Chan, Singapore: Springer. (Contract signed: 12/11/2019, full manuscript submitted: 31/08/2020)
2014 Catalysts of Change: Chinese Business in Asia, edited with Thomas Menkhoff, Chay Yue Wah and Hans-Dieter Evers, Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.
2013 Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging, edited with Sai Siew Min, London and New York: Routledge.
2012 《當代印尼華人的認同》, 群学出版有限公司, 台北。
2012 Identitas Tionghoa Pasca Suharto: Budaya, Politik dan Media, Jakarta: Yayasan Nabil dan LP3ES.
2008 (HB)/ Chinese Identity in Post-Suharto Indonesia: Culture, Politics and Media,
2011 (PB) Brighton and Portland: Sussex Academic Press.

Guest Editor for Special Issues in Journals
2017 Asian Studies Review, Special Themed Issue on “Negotiating Diversity in Indonesia”, with Lyn Parker.
2014 South East Asia Research, Special Issue on “Education for a Multicultural and Tolerant
Indonesia”, with Lyn Parker.
2010 Journal of Asian Business, Special Issue on “Chinese Philanthropy in Asia between Continuity and Change”, with Thomas Menkhoff.
2010 Inside Indonesia, No. 102, Oct-Dec. Special Issue on “Learning to Belong”, with Lyn Parker and Raihani.

Journal Articles
2021 Hoon, Chang Yau, and Shawatriqah Sahrifulhafiz, “Negotiating Assimilation and Hybridity: The Identity of Chinese-Malays in Brunei Darussalam”, Journal of Chinese Overseas, (Accepted: 04/08/2020). (Q2)
2020 Sin Yee, Koh, Chang-Yau Hoon, and Noor Azam Hj Othman, ‘“Mandarin Fever” and Chinese Language Learning in Brunei Middle Schools: Discrepant Discourses, Multifaceted Realities and Institutional Barriers’, Asian Studies Review (Accepted: 27/04/2020). (Q1)
2020 Esther Kuntjara and Chang-Yau Hoon, “Reassessing Chinese-Indonesian Stereotypes: Two decades after Reformasi”, South East Asia Research, 28(2), pp.199-216. (Q2)
2020 Harjatanaya, Tracey, and Chang-Yau Hoon, “Politics of Schooling in Post-Suharto Indonesia: A Study of the Chinese Minority”, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 50(1), pp.18-35. (Q1)
2020 Pan, Yanqin and Chang-Yau Hoon, “Brunei: Review of 2019 and Prospect of 2020”, Crossroads: Southeast Asian Studies. In Chinese: “文莱:2019 年回顾与2020年展望” 【东南亚纵横】 No.2, pp.12-20.
2020 Hoon, Chang-Yau, “Continuity and Change: The Dynamics of Chineseness in Indonesia”, Chinese Overseas Review. In Chinese: “变”与“不变”:华人特性在印尼的变迁【海外华人研究】。
2020 Hoon, Chang-Yau, “Book Review: Growing up in transit: the politics of belonging at an international school, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 40(2), pp. 280-282. (Q2)
2019 Hoon, Chang-Yau, and Esther Kuntjara, “The Politics of ‘Mandarin Fever’ in Contemporary Indonesia: Resinicization, Economic Impetus, and China’s Soft Power”, Asian Survey, 59(3), pp. 573-594. (Q2)
2019 Hoon, Chang-Yau, “Continuity and Change: The Dynamics of Chineseness in Indonesia”, South East Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 19, pp.1-13.
2018 Yanqin, Pan and Chang-Yau Hoon “Contemporary China-Brunei Darussalam Trade Co-operation and Cultural Exchanges: A Preliminary Study”, Crossroads: Southeast Asian Studies. In Chinese: 当代中国—文莱的经贸合作与人文交流:一个初步的研究,【東南亞縱橫】, Vol. 6, pp.40-46.
2018 Hoon, Chang-Yau, “Book Review: Chinese Ways of Being Muslim: Negotiating Ethnicity and Religiosity in Indonesia”, Journal of Chinese Overseas, 14, pp.305-308. (Q2)
2018 Nur Shawatriqah Binti Hj Md Sahrifulhafiz and Chang-Yau Hoon. “The Cultural Identity of the Chinese-Malays in Brunei: Acculturation and Hybridity”, Institute of Asian Studies Working Paper No. 42, University of Brunei Darussalam.
2017 Hoon, Chang-Yau, “Putting Religion into Multiculturalism: Conceptualizing Religious Multiculturalism in Indonesia”, Asian Studies Review, 41(3), pp.476-493. (Q1)
2017 Hoon, Chang-Yau, “The Rise of China and its Impact on the Chinese Diaspora in Southeast Asia”, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy. In Chinese: 中国崛起及其对东南亚华人社群的影响:以印尼为例,【中国周边外交学刊】Vol. 2, pp.183-202.
2017 Hoon, Chang-Yau, “Book Review: Blessed and Called to Be a Blessing: Muslim-Christian Couples Sharing a Life Together”, Social Sciences and Mission, 30(1&2), pp.206-8. (Q2)
2017 Hoon, Chang-Yau, “Between Hybridity and Identity: Chineseness as a Cultural Resource in Indonesia”, Institute of Asian Studies Working Paper No. 32, University of Brunei Darussalam.
2016 Yip, Jeaney and Chang-Yau Hoon, “To Build a Generation of Stars: Megachurch Identity, Religion and Modernity in Indonesia”, South East Asia Research, 24(4), pp.477-491. (Q2)
2016 Hoon, Chang-Yau, “Religious Aspirations among Urban Christians in Contemporary Indonesia” International Sociology, 31(4), pp.413-431. (Q1)
2016 Hoon, Chang-Yau, “Urban Christian Aspirations”, Inside Indonesia, No.124: April-June.
2016 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Mapping Chineseness on the Landscape of Chinese Churches in Indonesia”, Asian Ethnicity, 17(2), pp. 228-247. (Q1)
2014 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “God and Discipline: Religious Education and Character Building in a Christian School in Jakarta”, South East Asia Research, 22(4), pp.505-524. (Q2)
2014 Parker, Lyn; Chang-Yau Hoon and Raihani. “Young people’s attitudes towards inter-ethnic and inter-religious socializing, courtship and marriage in Indonesia”, South East Asia Research, 22(4), pp.467-486. (Q2)
2014 Parker, Lyn and Chang-Yau Hoon. “Introduction”, South East Asia Research, 22(4), pp.460-465. (Q2)
2014 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Ré-inventer le Nouvel An Chinois Dans l’Indonésie de l’après Suharto” [Reinventing Chinese New Year in Post-Suharto Indonesia], Le Banian (Journal of the Franco-Indonesian Association), No.17, June, pp.20-31.
2013 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Between Evangelism and Multiculturalism: The Dynamics of Christianity
in Indonesia”, Social Compass, 60(4), pp.457-470. [Translated into Vietnamese and republished in Tap Chi Nghien Cuu Ton Giao (Review of Religious Studies), 2(140), 2015, pp.58-78.
2013 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Multicultural Citizenship Education in Indonesia: The Case of a Chinese Christian School”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 44(3), pp. 490-510. (Q1)
2013 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Pancasila and the Christians in Indonesia: A Leaky Shelter?”, Asian Culture, Vol. 37, pp.29-46.
2013 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Rethinking Religious Tradition and Authority in the Postmodern World”, Interreligious Insight: A Journal of Dialogue and Engagement, 11(2), pp.30-41.
2013 Parker, Lyn and Chang-Yau Hoon. “Secularity, Religion and the Possibilities for Religious
Citizenship”, Asian Journal of Social Sciences, 41(2), pp.150-174. (Q2)
2013 Hoon, Chang-Yau. Book Review: “Chinese Indonesians and Regime Change”, Marleen Dieleman, Juliette Koning and Peter Post (eds), The China Review Journal, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp.178-180.
2011 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Mapping ‘Chinese’ Christian Schools in Indonesia: Ethnicity, Class and Religion”, Asia Pacific Education Review, 12(3), 403-411. (Q2)
2010 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Face, Faith and Forgiveness: Elite Chinese Philanthropy in Indonesia”, Journal of Asian Business, 24(1&2), pp.51-66.
2010 Menkhoff, Thomas and Chang-Yau Hoon. “Introduction: Chinese Philanthropy between Continuity and Change”, Journal of Asian Business, 24(1&2), pp.1-12.
2010 Parker, Lyn; Raihani; and Chang-Yau Hoon. “Learning to Belong”, Inside Indonesia, No. 102, October-December.
2010 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Affirming Difference”, Inside Indonesia, No. 102, October-December.
2009 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “More than a Cultural Celebration: The Politics of Chinese New Year in Post-Suharto Indonesia”, Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies, Vol. 3, pp.90-105.
2009 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “The Politics of Imlek”, Inside Indonesia, No. 95, January-March.
2006 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Assimilation, Multiculturalism, Hybridity: The Dilemmas of Ethnic Chinese in Post-Suharto Indonesia”, Asian Ethnicity, 7(2), pp.149-66. (Q1)
2006 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Defining (Multiple) Selves: Reflections on Fieldwork in Jakarta”, Life Writing, 3(1), pp.79-100. (Q1)
2004 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Revisiting the ‘Asian Values’ argument used by Asian political leaders and its validity”, in The Indonesian Quarterly, 32(2), Second Quarter, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta, pp.154-174.
2004 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “How to be Chinese: Ethnic Chinese experience a ‘reawakening’ of their Chinese identity”, Inside Indonesia, No. 78, April-June 2004, pp.13-14.

Book Chapters
2020 Yip J, Ainsworth, S and Hoon, C.Y. (forthcoming) “JPCC: a megachurch brand story in Indonesia” in Routledge International Handbook of Religion in Global Society, ed. Cornelio, J.S, Gauthier F, Martikainen T. & Woodhead L., London and New York: Routledge.
2020 Pan, Yanqin, and Hoon, C.Y. “Brunei Darussalam in 2018: Political Stability and Reviving Economy” [2018文莱:政局稳定 经济复苏], Annual Report of ASEAN’s Development (2018) 【東盟發展報告2018】, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, pp.294-311.
2019 Hamdan, Mahani, and Chang-Yau Hoon. “Brunei Darussalam: Making Strides with a Renewed Focus on the Future”, Southeast Asian Affairs, 46, Singapore: ISEAS Publishing, pp.85-102.
2019 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Bridging China and Indonesia: The Role of Chinese Indonesians”, China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Building the Community of Common Destiny, Ed. Wang Linggui and Zhao Jianlin Singapore: World Scientific, pp.137-142.
2018 Hoon, Chang Yau. “Pentecostal Churches in Jakarta: Exploring Global, Local and Class Dynamics”, Pentecostal Megachurches in Southeast Asia, Terence Chong (ed.), Singapore: ISEAS Publishing, pp.21-46.
2017 Hoon, Chang Yau. “Bridging China and Indonesia: The Role of Chinese Indonesians”, in Building the Community of Common Destiny in Neighboring Areas, (In Chinese) Wang Linggui and Zhao Jianlin (eds), Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, pp.104-107.
2015 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Contested Religious Space in Jakarta: Negotiating Politics, Capital and Ethnicity”, in Handbook of Religion and the Asian City: Aspiration and Urbanization in the Twenty-First Century, Peter van der Veer (ed.), Oakland: University of California Press, 201-218.
2015 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Commentary”, Religious Tradition and Authority in a Post-Modern World, Mohd. Hannan Hassan and Malcolm Tan (eds), Majelis Ugama Islam Singapura, Singapore, pp.86-95.
2014 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Evolving Chineseness, Ethnicity and Business: The Making of the Ethnic Chinese as a ‘Market-Dominant Minority’ in Indonesia”, Catalysts of Change: Chinese Business in Asia, Thomas Menkhoff, Chay Yue Wah, Hans-Dieter Evers and Hoon Chang Yau (eds), World Scientific, Singapore, pp. 107-128.
2014 Thomas Menkhoff, Chay Yue Wah, Hans-Dieter Evers and Chang-Yau Hoon, “Introduction: Coping with Change – Understanding Ethnic Chinese Business Behavior”, in Catalysts of Change: Chinese Business in Asia, Thomas Menkhoff, Chay Yue Wah, Hans-Dieter Evers and Hoon Chang Yau (eds), World Scientific, Singapore, pp. xxiii-lx.
2013 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “‘By Race, I am Chinese; and by Grace, I am Christian”: Negotiating Chineseness and Christianity in Indonesia”, Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging, Siew-Min Sai and Chang-Yau Hoon (eds), Routledge, pp.159-177.
2013 Sai, Siew Min and Chang-Yau Hoon. “Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: A Critical Review”, Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging, Siew-Min Sai and Chang-Yau Hoon (eds), Routledge, pp.1-26.
2012 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Mochtar Riady”, Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. Leo Suryadinata, Chinese Heritage Centre, Singapore, pp. 926-8.
2012 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “James Riady”, Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. Leo Suryadinata, Chinese Heritage Centre, Singapore, pp. 923-5.
2012 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Timothy Ong”, Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. Leo Suryadinata, Chinese Heritage Centre, Singapore, pp. 845-7.
2006 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “A Hundred Flowers Bloom: The Reemergence of the Chinese Press in Post-Soeharto Indonesia”, in Media and Chinese Diaspora: Community, Communication and Commerce, ed. Wanning Sun, Routledge Curzon, pp.91-118.
2004 Hoon, Chang-Yau. “Multiculturalism and Hybridity in Accommodating ‘Chineseness’ in Post-Soeharto Indonesia”, in Alchemies: Community Exchanges Vol. 4, Undisciplined Thoughts—New Research in the Humanities & Social Sciences, Eds. Glenn Pass & Denise Woods, Black Swan Publishing, Perth, pp.17-38.

Consultancy Reports
2020 Report on “Scanning the Landscape of Southeast Asian Studies in Southeast Asia”, SEASREP Foundation, Manila.
2020 Final Report on “Demographic and Socio-Economic Survey on Belait District, Brunei Darussalam”, with Ly Slesman and Evi Arifin.
2019 Preliminary Report on “Demographic and Socio-Economic Survey on Belait District, Brunei Darussalam”, with Ly Slesman and Evi Arifin.
2019 Country Report on “Brunei Darussalam in The Remapping and Analysis of Human Rights and Peace Education in ASEAN/Southeast Asia”, SHAPE-SEA and AUN-HRE, with Azaharaini Mohd. Jamil, and Ly Slesman.
2018 Consultancy Report on “The Employability of Recent UBD Graduates: A Pilot Qualitative Study, University of Brunei Darussalam”.
2018 “Fruitful Cooperation between China and Brunei Darussalam”, China Report ASEAN, pp.16-18, with Pan Yanqin.

CONSULTANCY

2018-2019 Co-Principal Investigator, Consultancy Project for Brunei Shell Petroleum (BND 140,000) “A Demographic and Socio-Economic Survey on Belait District, Brunei Darussalam”

2017-2018 Co-Principal Investigator, Consultancy Project for UBD Chancellory, “Employability of Recent UBD Graduates: A Pilot Qualitative Study”.

Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

Chair, Academic Board, Brunei Research Centre, College of ASEAN Studies, Guangxi University for Nationalities

Adjunct Research Fellow, School of Social Sciences, University of Western Australia

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Consultant: GIC Singapore, Brunei Shell Petroleum

Master Trainer: Caliper International (Singapore)

SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, or ACADEMIC BENEFITS

2020-Current. Member. Editorial Board, Malaysian Journal of Chinese Studies

2020-Current. Member. International Editorial Board, Chinese Overseas Review (Journal)

2020. Expert Reviewer. International Conference and Workshop on Chinese-Indonesian Cultural Heritage, Universitas Kristen Petra, Indonesia

2018-Current. Member. ASEAN University Network – Human Rights Education (AUN-HRE), Bangkok

2018-Current. Chair. Academic Advisory Board, Brunei Research Centre, College of ASEAN Studies, Guangxi University for Nationalities, China