Hong Chen


Dr. Hong Chen

Assistant Professor, Doctoral Supervisor

Office:  GD502, Golden Dragon Campus

Tel: 8590-2546

E-mail: hongchen@cityu.edu.mo



Academic Qualification

Doctor Degree

PhD, Beijing Language and Culture University

Master Degree

MA, Hunan Normal University

Bachelor Degree

BA, Hunan University of Science and Technology

Overseas Experience

Visiting scholar, The University of Manchester

Visiting scholar, City University of Hong Kong

Working Experience


City University of Macau


Guangdong University of Foreign Studies


Beijing Language and Culture University (part time)


Hunan University of Science and Technology

Teaching Area

Thematic Studies on China’s Foreign Relations, Intercultural Communication, Professional English, Special Topics in Social Science, Seminar for Contemporary Issues of Tourism             

Research Area

Area Studies, Portuguese-speaking Countries and Macao, Intercultural Studies, Cultural Tourism

Professional Certification and Awards (If applicable)

Professional Certification: TEM-8 (Test for English-Major 8)


  1. Outstanding Research Recognition of City University of Macau (2021~2022)
  2. Outstanding Research Recognition of City University of Macau (2019~2020)

2. “Teaching Excellence Award” in Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (2016, 2017)

3.  Excellent PhD Dissertation in Beijing Language and Culture University (2015)

4.“Star Teacher” of College of Continuing Education, Beijing Language and Culture University (2013, part-time job)

5. “Young Teaching Master” in Average Colleges and Universities of Hunan Province (2009)

6. Champion of “Young Teaching Master” Contest in Hunan University of Science and Technology (2009)

7. “Teaching Excellence Award” in Hunan University of Science and Technology (2006, 2007, 2008)

8. “Excellent Teacher” in School of Foreign Studies, Hunan University of Science and Technology (2005~2006, 2006~2007)

Professional Society Membership (If applicable)

Macao Higher Education Development Promotion Association

Academic Publication


Chen, H. (2022). Trauma Writing of John Edgar Wideman. Beijing: China Social Sciences Press.


  1. Hu, B., & Chen, H. (2022).  A study on the intercultural communicative competence of Macao University students in multicultural environment. Macao Journal of Linguistics, 253-262.
  2. Liu, J., Li, X., Chen, H., Su, X., & Yu R.(2022). Bed and Breakfast (B&B) social servicescape and customer satisfaction: Positive emotion mediation and sex moderation. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 32:2,152-158. (SSCI)
  3. Hu, B., & Chen, H. (2022). Subject Raising in Chinese Modal Auxiliary Verb Constructions: A-movement or A΄-movement? Studies in Chinese Linguistics, 43:1, 39-72. (Scopus)
  4. Chen, H. (2021). An Overview of Studies on John Edgar Wideman abroad. Foreign Language and Literature Studies, 38(1)80-88,111.
  5. Luo, J. M., Chau, K. Y., Fan, Y. & Chen, H. (2021). Barriers to the Implementation of Green Practices in the Integrated Resort Sector. SAGE Open, 11(3):215824402110302. DOI: 10.1177/21582440211030277 (SSCI)
  6. Hu, B. & Chen, H. (2021). Macao College Freshman Students’ Beliefs and Intentions regarding Learning English as a Foreign Language (EFL): A Theory of Planned Behaviour Perspective. International Journal of English Language Education, 9(1):26-41.
  7.  Hu, B. & Chen, H. (2020).  On the Current Situation of the Language Industries in Macao and Its Development Strategies. Modern Linguistics, 8(5):702-709. DOI: 10.12677/ML.2020.85095
  8. Chen, H. & Hu, B. (2020). Corporate social responsibility and responsible gambling in gaming destination by J. M. Luo and C. F. Lam, New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2016, 97pp., US$ 95 (paperback), ISBN 978-1-63485-975-2. Current Issues in Tourism. DOI:10.1080/13683500.2020.1745160 (SSCI)
  9. Hu, B., Chen, H., Wang Y., & SANTOS, P. (2020). On the English Learning of College Students in Macau. Journal of Macau Studies, (1):114-121.
  10. Hu, B. & Chen, H. (2020). On the Raising and Control of Modal Auxiliary Verbs. International Journal of Linguistics, 12(4):252-279. doi:10.5296/ijl.v12i4.17595
  11. Chen, H.  (2019). Teaching Status of British Literature: A Survey. Oversea English, (10): 7-10.
  12.  Chen, H. (2019). Research on the Cultivation Strategies of College Tourism English Talents. Wencun Reading, (8):8-30.
  13. Chen, H. (2018).  On Wideman’s Historiographic Metafiction Fanon. Foreign Language and Literature Studies, 35 (1): 68-79.
  14.  Chen, H. (2013). The Prime Chronicler of the African American Life in the Inner City. World Literature Recent Developments,6 (2):23-25. (CSSCI)
  15. Chen, H. (2011). Ethnic Concern in Postmodern Context―On the Postmodern Narrative Strategies of Philadelphia Fire by Wideman. Foreign Literatures, 31(2): 129-136. (CSSCI, The Core Journal of China)
  16.  Chen, H. (2006). On the Multiple Focalizations of Beloved. Shandong Foreign Language Teaching Journal, (2): 100-103. (The Core Journal of China)
  17.  Chen, H. (2006). Powerful Revelation of Psychological Trauma—On Anachronies and Repetitive Narrative Frequency in Beloved. Journal of Xiangtan Normal University, (2):80-82.

Research Project

  1. (2022) A study on the perception of the city image of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and its attractiveness to Macau university students majoring in tourism
  2. (2021) On the Intercultural Communicative Competence of Macao Undergraduates
  3. (2019) On the Language Industry Situation in Macau
  4. (2019) A Research on the Development of Hotel Service Robots in the Greater Bay Area
  5. (2019) An Investigation of Tourist Attitude and Behavior Toward World Heritage List and Museum in Macau
  6. (2018) A Research on English Teaching in Macau Universities under the Background of Education Internationalization