Worapinya Kingminghae(Thailand)
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Worapinya Kingminghae(Thailand)

Visiting Scholar at Center for Asia-Parcific cooperation and Governance, Fudan University, Shanghai. 

Research Interests: Chinese Studies, Intercultural Relationships, Sino-Thailand Relations, Educational studies

Email: kulnaree.n@chula.ac.th

Duration: April 2017-October, 2017


Biography of Worapinya Kingminghae


Visiting Scholar at Center for Asia-Parcific cooperation and Governance, Fudan University, Shanghai. 

Lecturer of Faculty of Education in Suan Dusit University, Bangkok

Ph.D, Peking University of China

Research Interests: Chinese Studies, Intercultural Relationships, Sino-Thailand Relations, Educational studies

Email: kulnaree.n@chula.ac.th

 

Dr. Worapinya Kingminghae is a Visiting Scholar of Center for Asia-Parcific cooperation and Governance, Fudan University. She received her B.A in Hospitality from Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep and her M.S. in Business Administration from Khon Kaen University. In 2013, she received her Ph.D. in Educational Economics and Administration from Peking University.

Dr. Worapinya Kingminghae’s research Interests include Chinese Studies, Intercultural Relationships, Sino-Thailand Relations, and Educational studies. Her articles have appeared in journals of China.


Papers

Worapinya Kingminghae, “Social Support and Loneliness of Chinese International Students in Thailand”, Journal of Population and Social Studies, 22 (2) July 2014 : 141 – 157. DOI 10.14456/jpss.2014.10.  (http://www.jpss.mahidol.ac.th/PDF/JPSS-Vol22(2)_Lin_Social_support_and_loneliness.pdf)

Worapinya Kingminghae, “Factors that influence stay intention of Thai international students following completion of degrees in China”, Asia Pacific Education Review, 18(1), March, 2017: 13-22. DOI 10.1007/s12564-016-9465-2. (http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12564-016-9465-2)


Project  

Worapinya Kingminghae, “Acculturation and Adaptation of Thai Overseas Students in Chinese Universities”, Funded by Thammasat University, 2014-2015. (co-researcher)