- BA in English Studies and Translation, The University of Hong Kong
- MPhil in Chinese American Female Literature, The University of Hong Kong
- Fellow, The Higher Education Academy
Carly graduated from The University of Hong Kong with double majors in English Studies and Translation. She went on to further her studies and obtained her Master of Philosophy degree in Chinese American female literature. Before
joining CAES, she taught Translation Studies in various local universities. Carly currently teaches a range of English enhancement
courses for undergraduate students and coordinates Nurturing
Global Leaders (NGL) Programme which offers students an overseas experiential
learning experience in the summer teaching English to marginalized youth in Myanmar.
Her research interests revolve around language
and gender, experiential learning, and learner communities.
Special Interest Groups:
Vocabulary Teaching and Learning
- Member of the Hong Kong Translation Society
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Other Major Administrative Roles:
- Chair, Publicity and Outreach Committee, CAES, HKU
- Coordinator, Nurturing Global Leaders Programme
Selected Publications / Presentations:
- Ng, C. (2018). [Review of the book: Narratives of East
Asian Women Teachers of English: Where privilege meets marginalization by
Gloria Park, 2017]. The Asian Journal of
Applied Linguistics, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 185-196.
- Ng, C. (2016). [Review of the book: Willingness to
Communicate in the Chinese EFL University Classroom by Jian-E Peng, 2014]. The Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics,
Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 127-128.
- Ng, C. (2011). Re-orientalizing Chinese silence with
Chinese American orientation in Maxine Hong Kingston’s The woman warrior. Journal of Oriental Studies,
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