Ph.D. in Applied English Linguistics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
M.Phil. in Applied English Linguistics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
B.A. in English (First Class), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Speech perception and production
Varieties of English/World Englishes
Accent perception and accommodation
Second language acquisition (SLA)
Speech disorders and remedies
Hong Kong Literature in English
Wong, J. W. S. (2018). Struggling to become non-Hong-Kong-like: The Necessity and Effectiveness of Training Hong Kong Youngsters’ Perception and Production of General American English Vowel Contrasts. In J. S. Polley, V. W. K. Poon, & L.-H. Wee (eds.), Cultural Conflict in Hong Kong: Angles on a Coherent Imaginary (pp. 281-306). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan.
Ting, S. S. P. & Wong, J. W. S. (2018). Factors affecting the acceptability of grammatical features of Hong Kong English. English Today, First View, 1-7.
Wee, L. H. & Wong, J. W. S. (2018). The Underlying Prosody of Stress and Tone重音与声调的语言节律共性. Contemporary Linguistics, 1, 85-102.
Tu, J.-Y., Wong, J. W. S. & Cha, J.-H. (2017). Trisyllabic Tone 3 Sandhi Patterns in Mandarin produced by Cantonese speakers. Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2017). Stockholm, Sweden.
Wong, J. W. S. (2016). The Effects of Training Order and Intensity on the Perception and Production of English /e/-/æ/ by Cantonese ESL learners. Proceedings of the 16th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology (SST 2016). pp. 45-48. Parramatta, Sydney.
Wong, J. W. S. (2015). The Impact of L2 Proficiency in Vowel Training. In J. A. Mompean & J. Fouz-González (eds.), Investigating English pronunciation: Current Trends and Directions (pp. 219-239). Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
Wong, J. W. S. (2015). Comparing the Perceptual Training Effects on the Perception and Production of English front and back vowels by Cantonese ESL Learners. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, U.K.: University of Glasgow. Paper number 0943.