Affiliation

Stanley Ho East Asia College

Department of Sociology (FSS)

Email
saulchan@um.edu.mo

Tel
+853 8822 8396

Address
G003, Stanley Ho East Asia College
University of Macau, W13
Avenida da Universidade,
Taipa, Macau, China

Resident Fellow of Stanley Ho East Asia College (SHEAC)

Adjunct Lecturer of Centre for Macau Studies


Academic Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology, University of Macau
  • Master of Arts in History, University of Macau
  • Bachelor of Social Sciences in Sociology, University of Macau

Research Interests

  • Migrant Workers and New Immigrants
  • Poverty and Welfare System

Teaching Areas

  • CPED1000 Residential College Experiential Learning
  • CPED2001 Residential College Community Team Project
  • SSGC7005 Culture and Society of Macao
  • SSGC7990 Thesis (Master Thesis Supervision)

Courses Taught

  • Civilization and Modernity
  • Globalisation and Macau Economy and Politics
  • Introduction to Sociology

Work Experience

2020 – Present
Resident Fellow (2022 – Present) and Adjunct Lecturer, University of Macau

2017 – 2022
Part-time Lecturer, Macao Polytechnic University

2014 – 2022
Senior Programme Officer, Oxfam Hong Kong

2011 – 2014
Officer of School Affairs & teacher, Simpson Education Center

2009 – 2011
Teacher, Escola Católica Estrela do Mar (澳門天主教海星中學)

2008 – 2009
Research Assistant, Research Centre for Sustainable Development Strategies of the Macao SAR Government

陳宇威、蕭家怡(2019)。政治無力感下的新出路:國族主義所重塑的澳門人身份認同。《香港社會科學學報》,頁 97-134

陳宇威、孔寶華、鄧安琪(2011)。內地新移民人口的結構轉型。《澳門特區新貌:十年發展與變化》。香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,頁 45-67

CHAN, Saul U. W. (2009). Assimilation of Chinese Migrant Workers in Macau during the Post-Handover Era. Journal of Macau Studies 52, pp. 116 – 130.

High School Teacher Education of Advanced Training, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan

Challenge Course (Low Event) Technical Certificate, Challenge Course Association of Hong Kong

Chairman, Macau Sociological Association

Board of Supervisors, Macao Association for Historical Education