Jun Ni

Background

Jun Ni holds a postgraduate diploma in Applied Linguistics from Trinity College Dublin, a master’s degree in Intercultural Studies from Dublin City University, and aPhD in Transcultural Studies from University of Lyon III, France. Her PhD research focuses on Chinese language learning and cross-cultural adaptation of Irish university students study-abroad in China. Jun Ni has been a lecturer in Chinese in the Dublin Institute of Technology since 2008. She previously lectured in Trinity College Dublin and Dublin City University.

 

 

 

 

Chinese language pedagogy and Ireland-China intercultural relations.

2017

 “Use of Modern Technology in Chinese Language Teaching”, Conference proceedings at EACT (European Association for Chinese Teaching) conference in Budapest, Hungry

 

2016

 “Chinese Language Acquisition and Cross-Cultural Adaptation of Irish University Students Studying Mandarin in Taiwan”, Conference proceedings at the ninth Edition of International Conference ICT for Language Learning, Florence, Italy  

 

2011

“The Cross-cultural Adaptation of Chinese Women Migrants in Ireland”, Conference proceedings at Royal Irish Academy Conference in Dublin, Ireland

 

2009

 “A Chinese Teacher’s Intercultural Experiences in Ireland: Identities, Social Values and Behaviours”, Conference proceedings at the second Annual Conference of the Association for Chinese Studies in Ireland

 

2008

 “Developing Professional Landscape: A Chinese Teacher’s Intercultural Experiences in Ireland”, Conference proceedings at the first Beijing Postgraduate Research Forum for Teaching Chinese as a Second Language in Beijing University, China

Jun Ni is a committee member of Irish Association for Chinese Studies in Ireland, Irish Society for Chinese Language Teaching, and Irish Association for Chinese Teaching.

Jun Ni 2018