YingChuan Wang, Assistant Professor


Office:  4F, Building N                                                                     

Tel.:      85902531                                                                       

E-mail: ycwang@cityu.mo

Academic Qualification                                                                            

Doctor Degree            Linguistic and TESOL Ph.D, University of Leicester , U.K.

Master Degree           Tourism police and management Master, University of Birmingham, U.K

                                    Language Teaching (TESOL) Master, University of Bristol, U.K

Bachelor Degree         Foreign language Bachelor, National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan


Working Experience                                                                        

From 2016/09 to now                Assistant Professor in City University of Macau

From 2010/09 to 2016/06          Assistant Professor in Macau University of Science and Technology

From 2002/09 to 2004/06          Lecturer in Southern Taiwan University

From2003/09 to 2004/06           Lecturer in Chung-Hwa University of Medical Technology


Teaching Area                                                                            

Professional English

Special Topic in language and communication

Management of crisis and conflict

Intercultural relations

Communication and marketing


Research Area                                                                             

Communicative strategy and competence

Pragmatic competence

English Teacher professional development

Computer mmediated aactivity and design


Professional Certification and Awards

CHS Certificate of Hotel Supervisor

“Best Presentation Award” on ICHL 2017:19th International Conference on Hospitality Leadership, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, August 24 - 25, 2017


Professional Society Membership

The Committee Member of The International Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM), Sri Lanka  


Academic Publication

Journal Paper:
  • Wang, Y.C. & Pramarn, S. (2017) An Investigation into the Pragmatic Competence of English Language Learners Majoring in Tourism Studies within a Computer Mediated Activity in Macao. Information, Computer & Education Engineering, Pennsylvania: DEStech Publications, p.119-129. (index ISTP)
  • Wang, Y.C. (2013) Evaluating Learners’ Communication Strategies Within a Synchronous Cyber Environment. Journal of Language Teaching and Research. Finland: Academy Publisher, Volume 4, Number 5, p.1018-102


Books and Papers

  • An Investigation into Communication Strategy Usage and the Pragmatic Competence of Taiwanese Learners of English within a Computer Mediated Activity, Unpublished PhD Thesis, Leicester university.