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BA (The University of Hong Kong)
MA (Nanyang Technological University)
PhD (The Australian National University)
Tracy received her first degree in Chinese and English-Chinese Translation from the University of Hong Kong in 2000. She worked as a journalist and editor after graduation and obtained a master’s degree in Communication Studies from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore in 2006. She is also a qualified and experienced translator and interpreter. She has obtained her PhD degree at the Australian National University with a dissertation on men’s magazines in contemporary China. During her study in Australia, she has worked as a part-time lecturer for the Faculty of Asian Studies of the ANU for two years.
- Co-authored. “New Man” and “New Lad” with Chinese Characteristics? Cosmopolitanism, Cultural Hybridity and Men’s Lifestyle Magazines in China. Asian Studies Review, September 2012
- Co-authored. Consumption, Class Formation, and Sexuality: Reading Men’s Lifestyle Magazines in China. The China Journal, No.64, pp. 159-177, 2010
- Co-authored. Economic and Cultural Influences on the Theatrical Consumption of Foreign Films in Singapore. Journal of Media Economics, 21 (2008): 1-27.
- Book review of Saskia E. Wieringa, Evelyn Blackwood and Abha Bhaiya (eds.) Women’s Sexualities and Masculinities in a Globalizing Asia, Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, 18 (2008).
- “New Man” and “New Lad” with Chinese Characteristics Cultural Hybridity and Men’s Lifestyle Magazines in China. Presented at the 2011 Conference of the Chinese Studies Association of Australia, Canberra, Australia, 15-16 July 2011.
- Reading men’s lifestyle magazines in China. Presented at Media and Environment Conference, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan, 22-23 November 2010
- Economic Determination of the Box Office Performances of Foreign Motion Pictures in the Singapore Cinema Market. Presented at the 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association in Dresden, Germany, 20 June 2006