LIU Cheng (Brady)
Professor, MA Supervisor
South China University of Technology (SCUT), School of International Education, Guangzhou, China
Former Chinese Director
Lancaster University Confucius Institute, UK
Ph.D., Chinese Language and Literature
Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
MA, Chinese Language and Literature
Yunnan Normal University, Kunming, China
BA, Chinese Language and Literature
Changchun Normal University, Changchun, China
Intercultural Communication, International Communication of Chinese, Confucius Institutes
Chinese Culture and Society (English-medium), Intercultural communication of Confucius Institutes, Research Methodology.
1.LIU Cheng (2010). General Situation and Outlook on the Items of the Popularization of Chinese Through the Interactive Distance Learning System in Kindergarten and Primary School of Kansas University Confucius Institute of USA. International Chinese Language Education, 2, 69-75.
2.LIU Cheng (2010). International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies: Culture, Communication and Adaptation in Global Context.Asian English, Vol. 13, No. 1, 84-88.
3.LIU Cheng (2011). General Situation and Enlightenment of STARTALK Item of Short Term Training Through Interactive Distance Learning System in Kansas University Confucius Institute of USA. International Chinese Language Education, 1, 85-90.
4.LIU Cheng, XIANG Ping (2011). TCFL in the Confucius Institute at the Kansas University Confucius Institute of USA.Journal of Yunnan Normal University, 2, 78-84.
5.LIU Cheng (2011). A Review of Overseas Research on Confucius Institutes and its Prospect.Intercultural Communication Studies, XX (1), 193-207.
6.LIU Cheng, AN Ran (2011). Research Overview on Teaching through the Interactive Distance Learning System and Its Applying in TCFL. Distance Education in China, 12, 35-40.
7.LIU Cheng (2012). A Review of Domestic Research on Confucius Institutes and its Prospect.Journal of Yunnan Normal University, 1, 88-92.
8.LIU Cheng, AN Ran (2012). Spreading Chinese Civilization: Confucius Institute Has the Same Destination of Taiwan Academy.International Chinese Language Education, the first series.
9.LIU Cheng, AN Ran (2012). News Propagation of Confucius Institutes’ Websites: A Case Study of American.Wuhan University of Technology (Social science Edition), 4, 592-596.
10.AN Ran, LIU Cheng (2013). The Pilot Exploration of the Cross-cultural Communication Impact of Confucius Institutes in UK.Research of the Development of Confucius Institute, 2, 9-20.
11.LIU Cheng, AN Ran (2014). News Schema under Ideology: The British Mainstream Media’s Selective Misreading to Confucius Institutes.Press Circles, 6, 32-39.
12.LIU Cheng (2015). A Review of Domestic Research on Foreign Students’ Recruitment and Its Prospect.Research on the Foreign Students Affairs, 1, 67-72.
13.LIU Cheng (2015). Ideology: The Criticism of Critical Discourse Analysis. Journal of Contemporary Chinese Discourse Studies, 7, 49-59.
14.LIU Cheng (2016). External Conditions and Path of Confucius Institutes’ Sustainable Development. Research on Confucius Institute’s Development, 1, 1-12.
15.LIU Cheng, ZENG Lihua (2017). Critical Discourse Analysis on American Mainstream Medias’ News Coverage of Confucius Institutes.International Communication, 1, 76-78.
1.LIU Cheng (2009). Critique of Language: Research on Wittgenstein Aesthetics. Wuhan: Central China Normal University Press.
2.JIANG Yuebin, LIU Cheng (2010). Aesthetics of Ancient Hebrew. Wuhan: Central China Normal University Press.
3.LIU Cheng, AN Ran (2012). Research on Confucius Institutes Communication. Beijing: China Social Sciences Press.
4.AN Ran, LIU Cheng, WANG Lihong (2015). Research on Intercultural Adaption Competence of Volunteer Chinese Teachers in Confucius Institutes. Beijing: China Social Sciences Press.
1.LI Xun, LIU Cheng (2009). The Road to Media Reading. Wuhan: Central China Normal University Press.
2.LIU Cheng, eds. (2014). Highlights of Cantonese Culture. Guangzhou: South China University of Technology Press.
3.LIU Cheng (2017). Q & A of Confucius Institutes. Guangzhou: South China University of Technology Press.
The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), Chinese Language and Culture
Published on Open2Study.com, Australian Open Universities, February 2014
The first English-medium MOOC from the mainland of China