OUR TEAM

Dr Susan Leong
(Project Lead)

Research Fellow, Digital China Lab

Susan is a Research Fellow with Curtin University. She is the author of New Media and the Nation in Malaysia: Malaysianet (2014). Her current project, Belonging at the Borders: Diaspora Business in the Age of the Internet, focuses on provisional business migrants from Mainland China. Susan’s research interests are transdisciplinary and especially concerned with the questions of transnational connectivity, migration and belonging.

 

Susan is a Chief Investigator on the Australia Research Council (ARC) project, Digital China: from Cultural Presence to Innovation Nation (2017-2019). She is also the editor of the book series, Media, Culture and Communication in Asia-Pacific societies with Rowman and Littlefield International and associate editor of the journal, Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration.

 

Susan has published in Digital Asia, Thesis Eleven, the Journal of Australian Studies, Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration, Critical Asian Studies, Continuum and New Media & Society on the online representations of the Malaysian Indian minority, the future of nations, Singaporean identity and the notion of internet time. Other publications include chapters on virtual diasporas, satellite television and the Chinese community in Melbourne, Perth and Malaysia’s Multimedia Super Corridor mega project.

 

梁苏珊博士(项目负责人)

苏珊博士是科廷大学的研究员,也是英文专著New Media and the Nation in Malaysia: Malaysianet (2014年出版)的作者。她当前从事的研究项目是:“边境上的归属感:网络时代的商业移民”。这个项目关注来自中国大陆的临时商业移民。苏珊的研究兴趣是跨学科的,她聚焦的问题涉及到跨国连接、移民及其归属感。

苏珊博士还是澳大利亚研究理事会项目“数字中国:从文化存在到创新国家(2017-2019)”的主要参与者。她同时还是罗曼 和利特菲尔徳出版集团公司出版的系列丛书 “亚太社会的媒介、文化和传播”的编辑,以及期刊Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration (变迁:过渡性移民研究期刊)的副编辑。

苏珊博士曾在一系列英文期刊上发表文章(这些期刊包括:Digital Asia, Thesis Eleven, the Journal of Australian Studies, Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration, Critical Asian Studies, Continuum and New Media & Society),这些文章研究了生活在马来西亚的印度少数族裔的在线呈现、国家的未来、新加坡人的自我认同以及互联网时代的概念。她还发表了一系列的书籍章节,研究的内容包括:虚拟的移民,卫星电视和墨尔本、珀斯的华人社区, 以及马来西亚多媒体超级走廊的大型项目。

Professor Michael Keane

Professor of Chinese Media

Michael is Professor of Chinese Media and program leader of the Digital China Lab at Curtin University. The Digital China Lab is an important initiative, acknowledging the central role that China plays in Australia’s future with both nations looking to secure new sustainable economic models and to break away from reliance on manufacturing and extractive industries respectively. He is the Lead Chief Investigator on the Australia Research Council (ARC) project, Digital China: from Cultural Presence to Innovation Nation (2017-2019).

 

Michael’s key research interests are digital transformation in China; East Asian cultural and media policy; and creative industries and cultural export strategies in China and East Asia. His current funded research project with the Australian Research Council (ARC) concerns audio-visual media collaboration (film, TV, animation, documentary and online platforms) in East Asia with a focus on Mainland China.

 

Michael is editor of the Handbook of China’s Cultural and Creative Industries (Edward Elgar 2016). His single authored publications are China’s Television Industry (Palgrave 2015), Creative Industries in China: Art, Design and Media (Polity 2013), China’s New Creative Clusters: Governance, Human Capital and Regional Investment (Routledge 2011), and Created in China: the Great New Leap Forward (Routledge 2007).

 

金迈克教授

金迈克教授在澳大利亚科廷大学从事中国媒体的研究,同时他也是数字中国实验室项目的负责人。数字中国实验室是一个重要的研究项目,它认识到中国对澳大利亚未来发展的重要意义:目前两国都在努力寻求新的可持续发展的经济模式,以摆脱对制造业或采矿业的依赖。他同时也是澳大利亚研究理事会项目“数字中国:从文化存在到创新国家(2017-2019)”的负责人。

 

金迈克教授的主要研究兴趣在于中国的数字化转型、东亚文化和媒体政策、中国及东亚地区的创意产业和文化出口策略。他当前从事的得到澳大利亚研究理事会资助的项目关注的是东亚(尤其是中国大陆)视听媒体的合作(包括电影、电视、动画、纪录片和网络平台)。

金迈克教授还是《中国文化和创意产业手册》(Handbook of China’s Cultural and Creative Industries, Edward Elgar出版社于2016年出版)一书的编辑。他出版的专著包括:《中国的电视产业》(China’s Television Industry;  Palgrave,2015)、《中国的创意产业:艺术、设计和媒体》(Creative Industries in China: Art, Design and Media; Polity,2013)、《中国新兴的创意集群:管理、人力资本和区域投资》(China’s New Creative Clusters: Governance, Human Capital and Regional Investment; Routledge 2011)以及《中国创造:伟大的新飞跃》(Created in China: the Great New Leap Forward , Routledge 2007)。

Dr Ling Deng

Lecturer and PhD Supervisor, School of Management, RMIT University

Dr Deng teaches business management courses across undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and her research focuses on cross-cultural management between China and Australia. In last seven years, Dr Deng has dedicated herself to research on business migration in Australia. Dr Deng intends to draw particular attention from all stakeholders to Chinese business migrant groups through her research in order to better help business migrants to live and invest in Australia.

 

邓玲博士

邓玲博士为墨尔本皇家理工大学管理学院现任讲师,博士生导师,教授从本科到研究生的企业管理课程,并专著于中澳之间的跨文化管理以及商业移民的研究。邓博士2012年在澳大利亚移民研究院的官方杂志Migration Australia发表了颇具前瞻性和批判性的关于商业移民政策的文章,次年被邀请在堪培拉举行的澳大利亚移民年度大会上做了商业移民主题演讲。她对于商业移民政策的剖析和深刻见解,尤其是她提出的移民政策中存在的诸多不合理性,引起了社会各界和专业人士的广泛共鸣。邓博士希望能够通过她的研究引起政府以及相关部门对于中国商业移民群体的特别关注,从而更好地帮助商业移民在澳洲的生活和投资。值得一提的是,除了熟知西方管理体系与商业移民法规,邓博士还拥有丰富的创业与商业管理实践经验,近十年来接触大量商业移民案例,被誉为商业移民专家。

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