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  • Professor Yang Huilin
    Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 YANG Huilin born in Beijing in 1954 is the Vice President of Renmin University of China RUC and chair professor of religious studies and comparative literature member of the academic committee of China National Fund for Social Sciences NFSS and President of China Comparative Literature Association CCLA His main academic publications include Cultural Spirit of Christianity 1995 Faith vs Reason 1999 Christian Background and Its Cultural Extension 2001 Theological Hermeneutics 2002 The History of Literary Criticism 2007 The collection of his papers in English Christianity in China the Work of Yang Huilin was published by M E Sharpe Ltd New York in 2004 and his co edited Sino Christian Studies in China was published by Cambridge Scholars Press in 2006 He is also Robertson Fellow of the University of Glasgow UK Distinguished Fellow of EDS Stewart Chair of the University of San Francisco USA External Examiner of Stockholm University Sweden and academic board member of several A HCI journals Tagged under executive board Thanks for sharing About The Author Super User Close Related Articles Professor Andrew J Deeks Biography Prof

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  • Professor Joseph McMahon
    Ireland Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Professor McMahon joined the UCD Sutherland School of Law in 2004 Prior to his appointment he was Professor of International Trade Law at the Queen s University of Belfast and was previously a member of staff at the University of Leicester and Victoria University Wellington New Zealand He studied Law at the Queen s University of Belfast before undertaking his doctoral studies at the University of Edinburgh He was awarded his PhD in 1988 for his thesis on European Trade Policy in Agricultural Products which was subsequently published by Martinus Nijhoff His research interests are primarily in the area of agricultural trade law in both the World Trade Organization and the EU in which he has published extensively He has also published in the area of the EU s Development Cooperation Policy with particular interest in the relationship with the African Caribbean and Pacific countries He is currently supervising a number of research students who are working on Interpretation of National Law in WTO Dispute Settlement EU Restrictions on High Tech Exports to China Tagged under executive board Thanks for sharing About The Author Super User Close Related Articles

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  • Professor Liming Wang
    China s Economic Recovery and Its Integration with the World Economy Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies Vol 8 No 3 Routledge Taylor and Francis Group 7 Wang L and Davis J 2000 China s Grain Economy The challenge of feeding more than a billion Ashgate Publishing Ltd Aldershot CHAPTERS IN BOOKS 1 Li J and Wang L 2014 Introduction in Li J and Wang L ed China s Economic Dynamics A Beijing Consensus in the Making Routledge Taylaor and Francis Group pp1 11 2 Wang L Liu N and Wang S 2013 Growth and Challenges in the Development of Institutional Investors in China in Cumming D et al ed Experiences and Challenges in the Development of Chinese Capital Market Palgrave Macmillan pp97 127 3 Xia W and Wang L 2012 Rising China and Its Integration with the Changing World Economy in Wang L ed Rising China in the Changing World Economy Routledge Taylaor and Francis Group pp1 41 4 Wang L Liu C and Kane F 2010 The Celtic Tiger and the Chinese Dragon Modelling the Irish and Chinese Economic Miracles in O Sullivan M and Miller R ed What Did We Do Right Global views on Ireland Dublin Blackhall Publishing 5 Davis J Wang L and Chen F 2002 Land Reform Initiatives in China in Peters G ed Proceedings of the XXIV International Conference of Agricultural Economists Ashgate Press pp383 398 6 Liao B Wang L Davis J and Jia B 2002 The Impacts of Local Government Policies on the Development of Traditional Technology A Case Study of the Daning Salt Factory in Chan A et al ed Historical Perspectives on East Asian Science Technology and Medicine Singapore University Press Singapore pp148 153 7 Davis J and Wang L 2000 The Economic Behaviour of Chinas Grain Producers in Transition in Cook S et al ed The Chinese Economy under Transition Macmillan Press London pp198 217 8 Wang L and Davis J 1992 The Development and Reform of Rural Marketing System in China in Vermeer E B ed From Peasants to Entrepreneur Growth and Changes in Rural China PUDOC Wagenengen The Netherlands ARTICLES 1 Fan W Ma Y and Wang L 2015 Do We Need More Public Investment in Higher Education Estimating the External Returns to Higher Education in China Asian Economic Papers Vol 14 No 3 pp88 104 2 Fan W Ma Y and Wang L 2015 Estimating the External Returns to Education Evidence from China IZA Discussion Paper No 9133 3 Zheng J and Wang L 2014 Institutions and Development The Case of China in Comparative Perspectives Emerging Markets Finance Trade Vol 50 Supplement 6 pp4 20 4 Zheng J Wang L and Tang K 2014 Introduction Chinese Exploration and World Economic Order Emerging Markets Finance Trade Vol 50 Supplement 6 pp1 3 5 Wang L 2014 Comments on Advancing Tacit Knowledge Malaysian Family SMEs in Manufacturing Asian Economic Papers Vol 13 No 2 pp25 27 6 Liu N Bredin D Wang L and Yi Z

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  • Professor Yongqiang Cai
    awarded The Advanced Worker of Renmin University of China SELECTED PUBLICATIONS ARTICLES 1 Cai Y 2005 The Exploration on Syntax driven Spoken Chinese Teaching Overseas Chinese Education No 4 2 Cai Y 2006 The Grammaticalization of the Sentence lian Chinese Language Learning No 3 3 Cai Y 2008 The Analysis on Illustrative Sentences in Learner s Dictionary of Contemporary Chinese Lexicographical Studies No 3 4 Cai Y 2008 The Examples of Flaws in Learner s Dictionary of Contemporary Chinese Under the pen name Wu Zhaoyu Lexicographical Studies No 3 5 Cai Y 2008 The Information Decoding Mechanism of the Structure lian dou ye Journal of Yunnan Normal University Teaching and Research on Chinese as a Foreign Language No 6 6 Cai Y 2009 Considerations on The Process Writing in Chinese Overseas Chinese Education No 2 7 Cai Y 2009 On Interpretations of Hanyu Guoji Tuiguang Lexicographical Studies No 4 8 Cai Y 2010 Three Groups of Conceptions in Cognitive Domains Seen from the Perspective of Localizers shang xia 上 下 Language Teaching and Linguistic Studies No 2 9 Cai Y 2010 Issues and Measures Multi dimensional Deliberation on Exercise Designing of Chinese Language Textbooks Journal of Chinese Language Teaching Vol 7 No 3 10 Cai Y 2011 The Compiling Ideas and Frames Learner s Dictionary of Contemporary Language Language and Culture Vol 50 No 24 11 Cai Y 2011 The User friendly Principle in The Compilation of Dictionary for Chinese Language Learning Lexicographical Studies No 2 12 Cai Y 2011 The Mandarin Chinese Teaching under The International Popularization of Chinese Language Worldwide Chinese Education No 2 13 Cai Y 2013 The Analysis of Bottlenecks in The International Popularization of Chinese Language ICCS Journal of Modern Chinese Studies Vol 5 No 2 BOOKS AND EDITED VOLUMES 1 Huang L and Cai

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  • Dr Lan Li
    tradition late Qing history and comparisons between Chinese and Western business culture SELECTED PUBLICATIONS BOOKS Li L 2014 Nuo 儺 The New Role of Popular Religion in Modern Chinese Politics forthcoming Hampshire Ashgate Publishing Limited Li L Brugha C Wang L 2010 Doing Business in China Irish Experience Dublin Blackhall Publishing Li L 2008 Reinvention of the Belief An anthropological Study of the Chinese Popular Religion of Nuo Kunming Yunnan People s Publisher O Leary R Li L 2008 Mainland Chinese Students and Immigrants in Ireland and Their Engagement with Christianity the Churches and Irish Society Dublin Dublin University Far Eastern Mission and the China Educational and Cultural Liaison Committee JOURNAL ARTICLES Li L Tang X et al 2012 Localization of Teaching Materials in Irish Secondary School TY Unit in Dian Huang Mingjie Xing eds Innovations in Teaching and Learning Chinese as a Foreign Language Applied Chinese Language Studies III London Sinolingua London Ltd Li L 2011 The Changing Role of the Popular Religion of Nuo in Modern Chinese Politics Modern Asian Studies 45 5 pp1280 1311 Li L 2009 Who Controls the Fate of An ICH A Case Study of Nuo 儺 in Southwest China in Ségio Lira Rogério Amoê Cristina Prinheiro João Pinheiro Fernando Oliveira eds Sharing Culture 2009 Barcelos Green Lines Instituto para o Desenvolvimento Sustentâvel Li L Wildy D 2005 A New Discovery and its Significance The Statutory Declarations Made by Sir Robert Hart Concerning His Secret Domestic Life in 19th Century China Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Vol 43 Li L 1997 Tran Ethnomusicology and Performance Analysis People s Music Vol 4 5 Li L 1994 A Comparative Study between Chinese and Western Theory of Artistic Inspiration in Qi Ma eds A Comparative Study between Chinese and Western Aesthetics Beijing Renmin University of China

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  • Ms Yanling Wang
    Belvedere College S J Blackrock College Jesus and Mary College Galway Education Centre Our Lady s School Terenure Resource Teaching Pack Sample Test Gallery Video Forum About Us UCD Confucius Institute Staff Members Contact Ms Yanling Wang Senior Executive Assistant UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail yanling wang ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 BACKGROUND Ms Yanling Wang is a Senior Executive Assistant at the Irish Institute for Chinese Studies and the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland She graduated from Dublin Institute of Technology with a BSc in Tourism Marketing She also gained an MSc in Sustainable Development from Dublin Institute of Technology After graduation she has previously worked as a digital marketing specialist and CEO assistant within reputable organisations Tagged under institute staff Thanks for sharing About The Author Super User Close Related Articles Professor Qingfang Yang Professor Xiaohong Li Ms Xiaoyu Xie Contact Us UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Republic of Ireland Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 E Mail china ucd ie Our offices are open 09 30 17 30 Monday to Friday

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  • Ms Chen Ma
    Education Centre Our Lady s School Terenure Resource Teaching Pack Sample Test Gallery Video Forum About Us UCD Confucius Institute Staff Members Contact Ms Chen Ma Senior Executive Assistant UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Backgroud Ms Chen Ma holds a B A in Chinese Language and Literature and a M A in Chinese Modern and Contemporary Literature from Wuhan University She also gained a M A from University of Illinois Urbana Champaign in USA majoring in East Asian Studies From 2010 to 2011 she worked for Confucius Institute at University of Pittsburgh in USA as Chinese teacher In 2015 Ms Chen Ma joined UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland and Irish Institute for Chinese Studies as Senior Executive Assistant Tagged under institute staff Thanks for sharing About The Author Super User Close Related Articles Professor Liming Wang Contact Us UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Republic of Ireland Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 E Mail china ucd

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  • Mr James Kenny
    1 716 1798 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Background James Kenny worked in the bar trade for over 10 years before he realised he completely forgot to go to college He left Ireland in 2005 to go to China to rectify the situation He travelled to Dalian in the northeast of the country and started studying in the Dalian Foreign Languages University He obtained his BA in Mandarin Chinese in 2009 and went on to complete his MA in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages in 2011 Upon completion of his studies James came back to Ireland and started work in the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland where he had interned during his MA studies James was the national coordinator for post primary Chinese studies has taught Chinese and Chinese culture and acts as translator among other roles His area of greatest interest is in Chinese characters He has been finding learning solutions for western students who come from the Romanized script system and how to help them unlock the mystery of the building blocks of the Chinese language He is continually researching this and other topics with colleagues both here and abroad While not working James is passionate

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