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Front row: Prof. Joseph Hung (5th left), CUHK, local co-chairperson; Prof. Michico Nakano (6th left), Waseda University, Japan, chairperson of PAAL 2011 Steering Committee; Prof. Leung Seung-ming Alvin (7th left); Prof. Kyung-Ja Park (6th right), Korea University, founder of PAAL; Prof. Cecilia Chun (5th right), Associate Dean of Education, CUHK; Prof. Barley Mak (4th right); and Prof. Jimmy Yu (3rd right), Associate Head of United College, CUHK
 
Newsletter No. 385 > Campus News > Conferences > 16th Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics

16th Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics

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At the invitation of the Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics, the Centre for Enhancing English Learning and Teaching (CEELT) of the Faculty of Education organized the 16th Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics (PAAL 2011) in collaboration with the Hong Kong Educational Research Association from 
8 to 10 August at CUHK.

The opening ceremony of PAAL 2011 was officiated by Prof. Leung Seung-ming Alvin, Dean of Education, and chaired by Prof. Barley Mak, director of CEELT and local co-chairperson of PAAL 2011. The conference was attended by over 140 participants from different countries and regions.

Three keynote speeches were delivered by Prof. Anthony Green (University of Bedfordshire), Prof. Jin Yan (director of the National College English Testing Committee, Ministry of Education, Shanghai Jiao Tong University), and Prof. Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen (Hong Kong Polytechnic University).


The conference provided a platform for professionals to exchange ideas and experiences, and information on latest research and educational development in the fields of language education and applied linguistics, and to promote research and educational collaboration across countries and regions.

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