CHEG Xiaoling(Associate Professor)

Post Title

Associate Professor


MA (Leuven University, Belgium)

MA (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)

BA (Tianjin University of International Studies)


1999                   Master of Educational Research, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

1998                   Master of Family & Sexuality Studies, Medical College , Leuven University

1984                   Bachelor of Arts Degree in British & American Literature, Tianjin University of International Studies

Areas of Interests

Family Psychology, Intercultural Communication, Educational Research

Work Experience

2000 – Now

Associate Professor of Intercultural Communication Institute, Zhejiang University

1984 - 1996

Lecturer of English Teaching, Tianjin University of Finance & Economics


Family Psychology

Intercultural Communication

Contrastive Analysis of Chinese and English Writing

English Writing

Chinese Culture and Cross-Cultural Communication



English Writing from Thinking to Technique, Nankai University Press, 2016

Successful College Writer, Nankai University Press, 2011

Love, Marriage and Career: Psychology for College Students, Zhejiang University Press, 2008


Enhancing China’s Cultural Soft Power By Perfecting National Honor System for Art, 2nd Author, Northern Art, 2015/11



Analysis of English Research Proposal Writing, Naikai University English Teaching and ResearchNankai University Press, 2005

School’s Out Too Early for Chinese GirlsInternational Children’s Right MonitorVolume 15, No. 2, May 2002

A Report on Visiting Opvang Brussels, International Children’s Right MonitorVolume 14, No. 3, September 2001

A Comparison of Sexual Education in China and America

Analyzing “ Bridges of Madison County” on the Basis of Adaptability and Cohesion Family Model

A Comparison of Special Education in China and Belgium, Social Science Front, Volume 2, 2001

Family and Extrafamilia Influences on Aggression and Antisocial Conduct in Children and Adolescents

A Comparison of Basic Education in China and Germany

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