My teaching history started in 1996 when I was first time asked to teach a course called English for International Business Communication at a university in China. Between 1996 and 2003, I mainly gave lessons on the subjects of English. After I got a master degree on international trade in 2004, I moved to another university in China, where I began to teach courses on subject of business and trade. In 2006, I moved to Norway to take my PhD degree in economics, which includes a one-year stay as a visiting scholar at a university in the USA. During my PhD education, I gave two guest lectures, one at the hosting university in the USA and the other at University of Bergen in Norway. After finishing my PhD degree in 2009, I began my teaching at UiT The Arctic University of Norway, where I am currently working as an associate professor.
An overview of my teaching history is presented in the following table.
|Time||Course Name||My Role|
|From fall 1996 to spring 2003||English for International Business Communications||Main lecturer|
|Business English||Main lecturer|
|College English||Main lecturer|
|Fall 2004 – Fall 2005||English for International Business Communications||Main lecturer|
|International Freight Forwarding Agency||Main lecturer|
|Theory and Business of International Trade||Main lecturer|
|October 2007||Theory of Markets||Guest lecturer|
|December 2008||China in Global Production System||Guest lecturer|
|Fall 2009-Fall 2011||Market Analysis||Main lecturer|
|Fall 2012-Now||Applied Price Analysis||Main lecturer|
|Spring 2016-Now||Entrepreneurial Financial Management||Main lecturer|