My area of interest is identity, intercultural communication, and learning in world music.
I always believe one should have a passion for learning and developing oneself into a well-rounded person, and I’ve been devoting myself to doing so. This is also the reason why I took English Literature, and International Business & Trade as my majors in undergraduate study, and pursued my interests in Translation, and Intercultural Communication as my postgraduate study subjects.
Doing a PhD in Music now, my objective is to explore the overlap between world music and intercultural communication studies interdisciplinarily, and find conslience between them.
Chapter 8: A Research on the Cultural Capital of China's Time-Honoured Brands in Qianmen Commercial District of Beijing
China Renmin University Press
A Research on the Cultural Capital of China's Time-Honoured Brands in Qianmen Commercial District of Beijing is a chapter of Beijing Cultural Capital Development Report. The research was launched as a group project under the guidance of Dr. Dejin Xu, mainly using the cultural capital framework of Bourdieu.
Intercultural Communication in a World Music Community of Practice: A case study of Warwick World Music Group and Warwick Fused from an identity construction perspective
To be published in April 2017, in Intercultural Communication Studies, volume XXVI Issue 1 (2017)