This site documents my research journeys, spanning my PhD research on migrant students’ identity constructions in the Hong Kong-China context, to my more recent works on transnational education and Chinese educational mobilities in general. I am particularly interested in empirical applications of the conceptual tools of Bourdieu.
- How to manage your time during the PhD: Balancing the thesis, writing for publications and gaining teaching experience
- When the Hong Kong Dream Meets the Anti-Mainlandisation Discourse
- Who am I? Bourdieu, cleft habitus and student identity construction
- Conversations with Bourdieu: The Johannesburg Movement
- A book review: Schools for the future Europe
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