Areas of Study
Yi Hin Chan

Yi Hin Chan

  • M.Sc., Deafhood Studies, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
  • B.A., Modern Languages and Intercultural Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Research Interests
  • Deafhood
  • Ally interpreter
  • Interpreting pedagogy
  • Curriculum and assessment
  • Depiction
  • Trilingual interpreting
  • Neuroscience
  • Sign language interpreting
Selected Publications (All in Chinese)
  • Chan, Y. H. (2015). Reflecting the neutrality of sign language interpreters in major political demonstrations. In M.Y. Mak (Ed.) Encounter the others in umbrella movement (pp. 39-49). Hong Kong Christian Institute.
  • Chan, Y. H. (2014). How deaf children learn. Hong Kong Association of the Deaf. English. Original in M. Marschark & P. Hauser (Eds.) How deaf children learn. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Chan, Y. H. (2013). An ethnographic account of the history and culture of Hong Kong deaf community. Round Table Synergy.

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