Dr. MOORHOUSE, Benjamin Luke, Ed.D, FHEA

Assistant Professor of English Language Education, Department of Education Studies

Programme Director - Postgraduate Diploma of Education (PGDE)

Coordinator - Overseas Immersion Programme

Coordinator - Honours Project Committee  

BSc (Hons) (Plymouth), PGDE (HKU), MEd (HKU), EdD in TESOL (Exeter)

Fellow, Higher Education Academy (HE Advance)

Accredited and Registered Teacher of Hong Kong SAR

Microsoft Certified Educator 

SCOPUS profile: https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=57195513283

HKBU Scholar page: https://scholars.hkbu.edu.hk/en/persons/benjamin-luke-moorhouse-11 

Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Benjamin_Moorhouse


Dr. Benjamin Luke Moorhouse FHEA is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Education Studies, Faculty of Social Science, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, China. He has extensive experience as a teacher educator and primary school English-language teacher in Hong Kong. He is a recipient of the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Individual Teaching 2023 from Hong Kong Baptist University, the Early Career Teaching Award 2019 from the University of Hong Kong and a Fellow of Advance HE. 

His research focuses on the experiences, beliefs, and professional learning of pre-service and in-service teachers, with a specific focus on English-language teachers.

Benjamin’s research has appeared in international journals including the Journal of Education for TeachingAsia-Pacific Education Researcher, Journal of Computers in Education; System, TESOL Quarterly, RELC Journal, and ELT Journal. He is the author of three monographs: Writing with Young English Language Learners(SEAMEO Regional Language Centre, 2020),Teaching Abroad during Initial Teacher Education (Springer, 2022) and Using Digital Portfolios to Develop Students' Writing (Routledge, 2023 with Dr. Ricky Lam).

Benjamin was in the top 2% of cited scholars in the world in 2022 and 2023 (source: https://elsevier.digitalcommonsdata.com/datasets/btchxktzyw/4) 

Awards and Recognition

  1. Top 2% of cited scholars in the World, 2022 and 2023
  2. Finalist, UGC Teaching Award 2023: General Faculty Member
  3. Invited Member, Hong Kong Teaching Excellence Alliance (HKTEA)
  4. President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Individual Teaching,  Hong Kong Baptist University, 2023
  5. Fellow, Higher Education Academy (Advance HE), 2021
  6. University Early Career Teaching Award, The University of Hong Kong, 2019
  7. Faculty Early Career Teaching Award, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong, 2018



  1. Moorhouse, B.L., Li, S. & Pahs, S. (2024) (Eds). Teaching with Technology in the Social Sciences. Singapore: Springer
  2. Lam, R. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2023). Using Digital Portfolios to Develop Students’ Writing: A Practical Guide for Language Teachers. Singapore: Routledge.
  3. Moorhouse, B.L. (2022). Teaching Abroad during Initial Teacher Education. Cham: Springer
  4. Moorhouse, B.L. (2020). Writing with Young English Language Learners (RELC New Portfolio Series 6). Singapore: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Moorhouse, B.L., Yeo, M., & Wan, Y. (2023). Generative AI tools and Assessment: Guidelines of the World's top-ranking universities, Computers & Education Open. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.caeo.2023.100151 (Open access)
  2. Moorhouse, B.L., Kohnke, L, & Chiu, T. (2023). Developing a context- and subject-specific professional digital competence framework for beginning English language teachers in Hong Kong, Asia-Pacific Education Researcher (View only version)
  3. Moorhouse, B.L., Wong, K.M & Li. L. (2023). Teaching with technology in the post-pandemic digital age: Technological normalisation and AI induced disruptions, RELC Journal https://doi.org/10.1177/00336882231176929 (Open access)
  4. Ou, J. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2023). Shifting between face-to-face, online and hybrid teaching modes: A reflection of one Hong Kong primary school teacher’s experiences with young learners after COVID-19 pandemic. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood.
  5. Javier, D.R. & Moorhouse, B.L.* (2023). Developing secondary school English language learners’ productive and critical use of ChatGPT. TESOL Journal https://doi.org/10.1002/tesj.755 (*Corresponding author) (open access)
  6. Moorhouse, B.L. (2023) Virtual teaching abroad during initial teacher education: Pre-service teachers' professional learning. Journal of Education for Teaching https://doi.org/10.1080/02607476.2023.2247351 (open access)
  7. Moorhouse, B.L. (2023). Teachers’ professional digital competence after a period of online teaching: the case of Hong Kong primary school English-language teachers. Asia Pacific Education Reviewhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s12564-023-09885-7
  8. Kohnke, L, Moorhouse, B.L. & Zou, D.D. (2023). Exploring generative artificial intelligence preparedness among university language instructors: A case study. Computers and Education: Artificial Intelligence 5, 100156 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.caeai.2023.100156 (open access)
  9. Huong, L.P.H. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2023). Language learners' interactional competence and synchronous online group activities. Journal of AsiaTEFL 20(2). 456-464 http://dx.doi.org/10.18823/asiatefl.2023. (open access)
  10. Moorhouse, B.L. (2023). Teachers' digital technology use after a period of online teaching. ELT Journal. https://doi.org/10.1093/elt/ccac050. (Open access)
  11. Kohnke, L, Moorhouse, B.L. & Zou, D.D. (2023). ChatGPT for language teaching and learning. RELC Journal https://doi.org/10.1177/00336882231162868  (Free access)
  12. Yan, L. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2023). Teaching with technology in the post-pandemic digital age: An Interview with Professor Robert Godwin-Jones. RELC Journal https://doi.org/10.1177/00336882231165532 
  13. Moorhouse,B.L. & Yan L. (2023). Use of digital tools by English-language schoolteachers. Education Sciences https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci13030226 (open access)
  14. Moorhouse, B.L. & Wan, Y. (2023). Students’ Experiences of English-Medium Instruction at the Postgraduate Level: Challenges and Sustainable Support for Success. Sustainability https://doi.org/10.3390/su15043243 (open access) 
  15. Moorhouse, B.L., Kohnke, L. &, Wan, Y. (2023). A systematic review of technology reviews in language teaching and learning journals. RELC Journal https://doi.org/10.1177/00336882221150810 (Open access)
  16. Chiu, T.K.F,. Moorhouse, B.L., Chai, C.S., & Ismailov, M. (2023). Teacher support and student motivation to learn with Artificial Intelligence (AI) based chatbot. Interactive Learning Environments. DOI: 10.1080/10494820.2023.2172044 
  17. Moorhouse, B.L. (2022). Reflecting on Reflective Essays in IJSAP. International Journal for Students as Partners. https://doi.org/10.15173/ijsap.v6i2.5256 (Open access)
  18. Tsang, A., Dang, B. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2022). An examination of learners’ homework engagement, academic achievement, and perceptions. Educational Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/03055698.2022.2126295 
  19. Moorhouse, B.L., Walsh, S., Li, Y. Wong, L. (2022). Assisting and mediating interaction during synchronous online language lessons: Teachers’ professional practices. TESOL Quarterly https://doi.org/10.1002/tesq.3144 
  20. Moorhouse, B.L. & Wong, K.M. (2022). COVID-19 as a catalyst for teacher pedagogical and technological innovation and professional development. Asia Pacific Journal of Education. 10.1080/02188791.2021.1988511 
  21. Moorhouse, B.L. & Kohnke, L. (2022). Creating the conditions for vocabulary learning with WordWall. RELC Journal https://doi.org/10.1177/00336882221092796 
  22. Moorhouse, B.L. & Kohnke. L. (2022). Conducting formative assessment during synchronous online lessons: University teachers’ challenges and pedagogical strategies. Pedagogies: An International Journal https://doi.org/10.1080/1554480X.2022.2065993 
  23. Moorhouse, B.L. & Wong, K.M. (2022). Blending asynchronous and synchronous digital technologies and instructional approaches to facilitate remote learning. Journal of Computers in Education. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40692-021-00195-8 (Open Access)
  24. Kohnke, L. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2022). 'There's an app for that!' Writing technology reviews for academic journals. RELC Journal https://doi.org/10.1177/0033688220945419 (Open Access)
  25. Kohnke, L. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2022). Facilitating synchronous online language teaching through Zoom. RELC Journal https://doi.org/10.1177/0033688220937235
  26. Moorhouse, B.L. & Kohnke, L. (2021). Responses of the English-language-Teaching Community to the COVID-19 Pandemic. RELC Journal. https://doi.org/10.1177/00336882211053052  (Open access)
  27. Kohnke, L. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2021). Using Kahoot! to gamify learning in the language classroom. RELC Journal. https://doi.org/10.1177/00336882211040270 
  28. Wong, K.M. & Moorhouse B.L. (2021). Digital competence and online language teaching: Hong Kong language teachers' practices in primary and secondary classrooms. System https://doi.org/10.1016/j.system.2021.102653 
  29. Moorhouse, B.L. (2021). Beginning teaching during COVID-19: Newly qualified Hong Kong teachers' preparedness for teaching online. Educational Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/03055698.2021.1964939 
  30. Moorhouse, B.L. (2021). Beginning teaching during COVID-19: Advice from newly qualified teachers. Journal of Education for Teaching http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02607476.2021.1952844
  31. Moorhouse, B.L. & Tiet, M.C. (2021). Attempting to implement a pedagogy of care during the disruptions to teacher education caused by COVID-19: A collaborative self-study. Studying Teacher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/17425964.2021.1925644 
  32. Moorhouse, B.L. (2021). Qualities of good homework activities: Teachers' perceptions. ELT Journal. https://doi.org/10.1093/elt/ccaa069 
  33. Moorhouse, B.L. & Konhke, L. (2021). Thriving or surviving emergency remote teaching necessitated by COVID-19: University Teachers' Perspectives. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40299-021-00567-9 (Open Access)
  34. Kohnke, L. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2021). Adopting Hyflex in higher education in response to COVID-19: students' perspectives. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-learning. https://doi.org/10.1080/02680513.2021.1906641
  35. Moorhouse, B.L., Li, Y., & Walsh, S. (2021). E-Classroom Interactional Competencies: Mediating and assisting language learning in synchronous online lessons. RELC Journal https://doi.org/10.1177/0033688220985274   (Open Access)
  36. Moorhouse, B.L., Lee, J., & Herd, S. (2021). Providing remote school-based professional support to teachers during school closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Learning: Research and Practice https://doi.org/10.1080/23735082.2020.1825777 (Open Access)
  37. Moorhouse, B. L. & Beaumont, A. (2020). Utilizing video conferencing software to teach young learners in Hong Kong during the COVID-19 class suspensions. TESOL Journal  https://doi.org/10.1002/tesj.545. (Open Access)
  38. Wong, K.M. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2020). The impact of social uncertainty, protests, and COVID-19 on Hong Kong teachers. Journal of Loss and Trauma .https://doi.org/10.1080/15325024.2020.1776523 (Open Access)
  39. Moorhouse, B.L. (2020). Adaptations to a face-to-face initial teacher education course 'forced' online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Education for Teaching https://doi.org/10.1080/02607476.2020.1755205(Open Access)
  40. Moorhouse, B. L. & Beaumont, A. (2020). Involving parents in their children's school-based English language writing using digital learning. RELC Journal. https://doi.org/10.1177/0033688219859937
  41. Moorhouse, B.L. (2020). Teaching Abroad during Initial Teacher Education: The effects as perceived by recently qualified teachers on their preparedness for teaching. Asia Pacific Journal of Education. 
  42. Moorhouse, B.L. (2020). 'The Literature Selection Bookmark'. The Reading Teacher  DOI: 10.1002/TRTR.1910 
  43. Moorhouse, B.L. (2020). Preparing pre-service English language teachers for the literacy classroom: Modelling good practices. Journal of Education for Teaching DOI: 10.1080/02607476.2020.1733397
  44. Moorhouse, B.L & Kohnke, L. (2020). Using Mentimeter to elicit student responses in the EAP/ESP classroom. RELC Journal (Invited Special Issue) https://doi.org/10.1177/0033688219890350
  45. Moorhouse, B. L. & Harfitt, G.J. (2019). Pre-service and in-service teachers’ professional learning through the pedagogical exchange of ideas during a teaching abroad experience. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/1359866X.2019.1694634
  46. Moorhouse, B. L. (2019). Seesaw: Tech Review. RELC Journal. Vol.50(3) 493-496
    https://doi.org/10.1177/0033688218781976 (Open Access)
  47. Moorhouse, B. L. & Oh, H.M (2019). Students as Partners Beyond Formal Education: A Mentoring Partnership in the First Year of Teaching. International Journal for Students as Partners. 3(2), 156-162.  https://doi.org/10.15173/ijsap.v3i2.3893 (Open Access)
  48. Moorhouse, B. L. (2019). Bitsboard: Tech Review. RELC Journal. Vol 50(1)  https://doi.org/10.1177/0033688217730147
  49. Wong, K.M. & Moorhouse, B. L. (2018). Writing for an audience: Inciting creativity among young English language bloggers through scaffolded comments. TESOL Journal. Vol. 9(4). DOI: 10.1002/tesj.389
  50. Moorhouse, B. L. (2018). Standardized homework practices and teacher autonomy: Experiences of primary English language teachers in Hong Kong. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher. Vol 25(5). 345-354.DOI: 10.1007/s40299-018-0391-4
  51. Moorhouse, B. L. (2018). English language teachers' homework practices in Hong Kong. Journal of Asia TEFL. Vol.15(3). 819-828. DOI: 10.18823/asiatefl.2018.15.18.819 (Open Access)
  52. Moorhouse, B. L. (2018). Taking an active role in our preservice teachers' overseas teaching experience: Report on an experiential learning project in China. Journal of Education for Teaching. Vol 44.(2) . http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02607476.2017.1370482
  53. Moorhouse, B. L. (2017). Barriers to professionalism in the Native-Speaker Teacher Scheme in Hong Kong. TESL-EJ: 21(3): 1-17. (Open Access)
  54. Moorhouse, B. L. (2014). Using critical pedagogies with young EFL learners in a Hong Kong primary school. International Journal of Bilingual & Multilingual Teachers of English. 2(2) 80-90. 

Book Chapters

  1. Moorhouse, B.L. & Tiet, M. (2023). What the COVID-19 Pandemic has taught us about becoming a teacher: Lessons for Post-pandemic realities. In Marsh-Davies K, & Burnett, C (Eds). Teachers and Teaching Post-COVID: Seizing Opportunities for Change. Routledge 
  2. Moorhouse, B.L. & Wong, K.M. (2022). Reconceptualising teacher education courses for online teaching: The experiences of two teacher educators. In Pun J. & Curle S (Eds). Use of Technology in English Medium Education. Springer
  3. Kohnke, L. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2022). Higher education instructors inclusive design practices during COVID-19: a Hong Kong perspective. In Sharpe, R, Bennett, S & Varga-Atkins T (Eds.) Digital Handbook of Higher Education. Edward Elgar Publishing
  4. Moorhouse, B.L. (2021). Teaching Abroad during TESOL Initial Teacher Education. In Barnaawi, O. & Anwaruddin, S. (Eds.) TESOL Teacher Education in a Transnational World. Routledge
  5. Moorhouse, B. L. (2020). "My Students Always Sigh When I Assign English Language Homework!" in Floris, F.D & Renandya, W.A. (Eds). Inspiring Stories From the English Language Classroom. Indonesia: TEFLIN Publications
  6. Moorhouse, B. L. & Wong, K.M. (2019). “Developing a School-based Literacy Programme for Lower-grade Primary Learners: The case of a Hong Kong primary school” in Reynolds, B.L. & Teng, M.F. (Eds.) English Literacy Instruction in Chinese Speaking Asia. Singapore: Palgrave. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-6653-6_2

Articles in Professional Magazines and Newsletters

  1. Moorhouse, B.L., Walsh, S., & Li, Y (2022). Creating Space. Modern English Teacher 31(5).
  2. Kohnke, L. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2022). Mobile Microlearning for Professional Development. Modern English Teacher 31(4). 36-38.
  3. Moorhouse, B.L. (2021). Writing for Creativity. English Teaching Professional. Issue 134. 21
  4. Moorhouse, B.L. (2021). Attempting to understand the ‘unnatural’ online teaching environment: Reflections from an English language teacher educator. BAAL News 118. 13-14
  5. Moorhouse, B.L. (2020). Support for Writing. English Teaching Professional. Issue 126. 53
  6. Lee, J. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2019). Writing with a smiley! English Teaching Professional. Issue 123. 8-10.
  7. Moorhouse, B.L. & Kohnke, L. (2019). What's wrong with right and wrong? Modern English Teacher. 28(3). 18-19
  8. Moorhouse, B.L. (2019). Fanfiction. English Teaching Professional. 120. 26-27.
  9. Moorhouse, B.L (2018). Using Whatsapp to improve out-of-class communication. The Teacher Trainer Journal. 32(3).
  10. Moorhouse, B.L., Chan, J., Wong, C., Liu, T., & Ma., B. (2018). Bringing stories to life through art. Modern English Teacher. 27(2).
  11. Moorhouse, B.L (2018). Hello, my name is... English Teaching Professional.115. 19-21.
  12. Moorhouse, B.L (2017). The importance of including homework in our teacher training programmes. The Teacher Trainer Journal. Vol(3) 2-4.
  13. Kohnke, L. & Moorhouse, B.L ( 2017) Classroom management dilemmas in the age of mobile devices. TESOL Secondary Accents.
  14. Moorhouse, B.L (2017). Reaping the rewards of good behaviour. English Teaching Professional.112. 21-23.
  15. Moorhouse, B.L & Wu, S. (2017). Using ‘The Most Dangerous Writing App’ in the classroom. The EFL Magazine. (September 2017)
  16. Moorhouse, B.L (2017). Using Mentimeter for teacher training and language teaching. Modern English Teacher. 26 (3). 41-43.
  17. Moorhouse, B.L (2017). Increasing in-class participation with online tools. The Teacher Trainer Journal. 31(2). 16-17.
  18. Moorhouse, B. L (2017). Cooking with children. English Teaching Professional. 109. 26-27.
  19. Moorhouse, B. L (2017). English game days. English Teaching Professional.108. 23-25.
  20. Moorhouse, B. L (2016). Creating the right environment. English Teaching Professional. 107. 22-25.
  21. Moorhouse, B.L. (2016). Inspiring Ideas. English Teaching Professional. 106. 20-21.
  22. Moorhouse, B.L. (2016). Giving young learners a choice of homework. Modern English Teacher. 25(3). 26-27.
  23. Moorhouse, B.L. (2016). Making process writing work. English Teaching Professional. 105. .20-23.
  24. Moorhouse, B.L. (2016). iPads. Learning tools or toys?. Modern English Teacher .25(2). .27-28.
  25. Moorhouse, B.L. (2015). Writing rulers - a tool to support revising and editing. Modern English Teacher. 24(4). .56-57.

Conference Presentations

  1. Moorhouse, B.L. (2023, March). Teachers’ Use of Technology with Young Language Learners in the COVID-19 Endemic World. 57th RELC International Conference, Singapore (Invited Plenary Talk)
  2. Wan, Y. & Moorhouse, B.L. (2023, March). Students’ Experiences of EMI at the Postgraduate Level: Challenges and Sustainable Support for Success. 57th RELC International Conference, Singapore
  3. Moorhouse, B.L. (2022, December). Teachers’ Professional Digital Competence after a Period of Online Teaching: The case of Experienced Hong Kong Primary-school English-language Teachers. International Congress on English Language Education and Applied Linguistics (ICELEAL 2022). Hong Kong
  4. Moorhouse, B.L. & Wong, L. (2022, March). Assisting and Mediating Interaction During Synchronous Online Language Lessons. 56th RELC International Conference, Singapore. 
  5. Moorhouse, B.L., Li, Y. & Walsh, S. (2021, June). E-Classroom Interactional Competence: mediating and assisting language learning during synchronous online lessons. 6th Asia-Pacific Languages for Specific Purposes & Professional Communication Association Conference. City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  6. Moorhouse, B.L. (2021, March). Involving Parents in their Children’s English Language Writing Using Digital Learning. 55th RELC International Conference, Singapore.
  7. Wong, K.M & Moorhouse, B.L.(2021, March). (Re)considering Learner Engagement Through Digital Technologies: Lessons From Hong KongTESOL 2021 Convention. Online Mode
  8. Moorhouse, B.L. (2020, December). Teaching abroad during initial teacher education: The effects as perceived by recently qualified teachers. International Conference on Learning and Teaching. EDUHK, Hong Kong
  9. Moorhouse, B. L (2019, March). Standardised homework practices in English language teaching: Experiences of primary school teachers. 54th RELC International Conference, Singapore.
  10. Kempston, T. & Moorhouse, B. L (2019, March). Helping English language learners respond creatively to texts with online tools. 54th RELC International Conference, Singapore.
  11. Moorhouse, B. L (2018, June). Barriers to Professionalism in the Native-Speaking English Teacher Scheme in Hong Kong. The 16th Asia TEFL, 1st MAAL, 6th HAAL 2018 International Conference, Macau.
  12. Moorhouse, B. L & Wong, K.M. (2018, June). Developing a school-based reading programme for lower primary learners in Hong Kong: A case study and lessons learned. he 16th Asia TEFL, 1st MAAL, 6th HAAL 2018 International Conference, Macau.
  13. Moorhouse, B. L (2018, March). Active involvement in our pre-service teachers' overseas teaching experiences. 53rd RELC International Conference, Singapore.
  14. Wu, S. & Moorhouse, B. L (2017, November). Using e-learning to support tertiary level English language learners to revise their work within the process writing approach - Students' beliefs on its effectiveness. CETHA Conference. Hong Kong.
  15. Moorhouse, B. L (2016, March). Effective use of guided reading in the EFL classroom. 51st RELC International Conference in Teaching Literacies - Emerging Pathways and Possibilities in Language Education. Singapore.
  16. Moorhouse, B. L (2015, June). 'Meaningful Homework' in the Hong Kong Primary EFL Classroom. CAES International Conference: Faces of English: Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy. Centre for Applied English Studies, The University of Hong Kong: Hong Kong.
  17. Moorhouse, B. L (2015, July) ‘Meaningful Homework’ in Hong Kong Primary EFL Classrooms. The University of Exeter 1st EdD Summer Research Forum. The University of Exeter. The United Kingdom.
  18. Moorhouse, B. L (2014, June). Using critical pedagogies with young EFL learners in a Hong Kong primary school. 5th Hong Kong Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.

Academic & Professional Activities

Research, Knowledge Exchange and Teaching Projects

External Grants

01/2022-12/2024 Principal investigator, University Grants Council, Early Career Scheme (ECS), $498,736. Identifying the context and subject-specific professional digital competencies beginning English language teachers need to ensure readiness for the teaching profession

Internal Grants

09/2021-06/2023 Core Team Member “VTL Pedagogical Development for Interfacing Student Learning and Social Realities” UGC funded Faculty project. HKD$2,100,000

09/2018-08/2019 Co-investigator, 'Student-teachers providing free English Language instruction to school students from lower socio-economic backgrounds in Community English Language Professional Workshops: An Experiential Professional Development and Community-based Project. Teaching Development Grant, The University of Hong Kong 2018-2019, (PI: Suzi Nicholson, CIs: Margaret Lo, Cheri Chan, Nicole Tavares)

09/2017-08/2018 Co-investigator, 'Student-teachers assessing ESL reading through Running Records: An experiential, community-based project' Teaching Development Grant 2017-2018, The University of Hong Kong (PI: Suzi Nicholson, CI: Margaret Lo

09/2016-08/2017 Team Leader, University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Education,  'Bringing Stories to Life Through Art.' (Team Members: Suzi Nicholson, Jenny Chan, Tiffany Liu, Cedia Wong & Bridget Ma)

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):