Dr. Shasha Wang, the Head of Chinese and Lecturer in Chinese Studies in the School of Linguistics, Languages, Literature and Media, Bangor University, Wales, UK. She has expertise in the field of Chinese language teaching, Chinese Studies and Translation Studies. As the main lecturer in Chinese Studies, she’s been teaching and supervising students from Undergraduate to Postgraduate (MA and PhD in Chinese Studies/Translation Studies).
Shasha has over 20 years of teaching experience in Chinese language and cultural-related modules, such as Introduction to Chinese Studies; Contemporary Chinese Studies; Transnational Cultures; Creating National Histories, etc. Shasha’s publication varies from journal articles, book chapters (e.g. The language of ‘China threat’: a case study of the BBC television documentary series ‘The Chinese Are Coming’), to translated books (e.g. The Cambridge History of American Literature). With her PhD gained in the area of Chinese Studies in Durham University (UK), Shasha’s research interests centre on Chinese Studies which includes Western representations of China from history to present; Media and cultural representations of China in Britain; and Mass media and socio-political changes in China.