World Civic Politics: International NGOs' roles in China's socio-political development, Chinese politics in exile
• New Colombo Plan mobility grant 2016: $38,500
• UWA Teaching Relief Grant 2016: $14,650.59.
• 2005 - Received a research grant ($41,258) from Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange (Taiwan) in June 05. Project title: NGOs in China and Taiwan: expanding linkages with transnational civil society.
• 2002- Received an Adelaide University Small Research Grant ($9,000). Project title: transnational social movements and political democratisation in Taiwan and China.
Lecturer, Politics Department, Adelaide University (2001-2003)
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Monash Asia Institute (1997-2000)
Chinese political opposition in exile
Coordinates a number of units, particularly Politics In Greater China, International Relations in East Asia, Democratisation in Asia, and International Relations in the Asia-Pacific Region.
Politics and International Relations of China and Taiwan, with the current focus on the relations between Greater China and Transnational Social Movements
First language: Chinese mandarin
Second language: English. Dialect: Ningbo. Level III interpreter accredited by NATTI (2 ways: Chinese/English)