Wang has taught at various institutions, including the Summer Chinese School at Middlebury College, the Department of Modern Languages and Literature at Kenyon College and the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Washington. His teaching interests include Chinese history, film, literature and language.
She has taught Chinese in several intensive programs, including ACC (Associated Colleges in China) and MIB (Mississippi in Beijing) in Minzu University of China, and PIB (Princeton in Beijing) in Beijing Normal University. During her degree course, she also worked as an intern teacher in the International Department at Beijing Yucai School for one semester.
He first came to Hamilton College as a teaching fellow from 2011 to 2012, after which he became an Chinese Instructor. He has also been involved in the ACC-Startalk Summer Program hosted by Hamilton since 2012.
Ya Ching Hsu received her M.A. in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language from National Taiwan Normal University and holds a Certification in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language from the Ministry of Education. She also has experience as a Chinese teacher at a high school in France and at several intensive language programs, including ACC and MTC.
Li specializes in teaching Chinese to adult learners. She also worked with the U.S. Consulate General in Shanghai for two years, and that experience led her to focus on modern Chinese society rather than only the language.
During her degree course, Li worked as a part-time English teacher in the international department at Beijing Huiwen Middle School for two years. She also worked as an English and Korean translator for Canon (China) and other companies.
Lu Wang is a Teaching Fellow in the East Asian Languages & Literatures Department. Wang worked as a Chinese instructor for five years with Associated Colleges in China (ACC).
During her degree course, Wu worked as a Chinese practice teacher for one semester. She also participated in several Chinese program in America and China, such as ACC STARTALK at Hamilton College, ACC summer program in Minzu University of China and CIEE spring program in Beijing University.
She moved to the U.S. in 2007 and studied in Washington University in Saint Louis, where she expects to receive her Ph.D. in Chinese and Comparative Literature with a graduate certificate in Women Gender and Sexuality Studies. Xu's main research interests include late Imperial Chinese literature, cultural exchanges between China and Europe in the early modern era, Catholic Church history in China and gender studies. She will be teaching introductory courses in Chinese language and society, Chinese literature, and classical Chinese language.
Before working for Hamilton’s Associated Colleges in China program for five years, Xue was a senior high school teacher for three years.