• He, Xiaoling (on-going; accepted for publication in 2016) Patient-Subject Constructions in Chinese. John Benjamin Publishing.


  • Jaratjarungkiat, S. (2016). The development of the lexical word /pen/ in Thai. Humanities Journal, 23, 122-153.


  • He, Xiaoling (2015) 《语法功能与语法结构的结合:兼评<新实用汉语课本>第一册《澳门语言学刊》2015年第1期。52-66. (On the integration of structure and function in Chinese language learning materials for second/foreign language learners: A case study of the 'New Practical Chinese Reader' Book 1)
  • Ryoo Hye jin, A. (2015). A Study on the efficacy of L1 use in L2 Classroom. Journal of Korean Language, 26(2),  69-95. 


  • Ryoo Hye jin, A. (2014). A Study on Method for Promoting Interaction in L2 Classroom Using Clickers. Journal of Korean Language,  25 (1),  53-82.
  • Shogo Sakurai. (2014). Corrective Feedback and Student Uptakes in English Immersion Classrooms in Japan: Is the Counter-Balance Hypothesis Valid? TESL-EJ, 18(1), 1–27 [LINK]

  • Liandong, C. (2013). Research on the Emphasis Expressions by Pragmatic Focus Particles in Japanese language.

  • Jaratjarungkiat, S. (2012). A comparative study on the use of the word /pen/ during the reign of King Rama V and the present time. Wanwitat Journal, 12, 92-112.
  • McCloskey, K. (2012). Using Clickers in the Second-Language Classroom: Teaching the passé composé and imparfait in French. GSTF Journal of Law and Social Sciences (JLSS), 2(1), 2251-2853. [LINK]
Awarded best research paper at the Languages, Literature and Linguistics Conference 2012 in Singapore.

  • Thanasingam, S. and Ruiz, C.G. (2011). Factors Affecting Learner Success in an ESL Self-Access Programme: A Case Study. RELC Anthology Series, 52, 91-109.