LO, In Fat

Full-time Assistant Professor Dept. of Chinese, University of Macau 01/2021 – now

Full-time Macau Fellow Dept. of Chinese, University of Macau 01/2018 – 12/2020

Part-time Instructor School of Health Sciences, Macao Polytechnic Institute 09/2017 – 08/2018

Courses Taught: Linguistisc; Mandarin; Phonetics

Part-time Instructor Dept. of Chinese, University of Macau 09/2013 – 12/2017

Courses Taught: Chinese Language and Chinese Communities; Ligua Chinesa e Cultura

Full-time Teacher Pui Ching Middle School, Macau 09/2015 – 07/2016

Taught Chinese to Senior high school students

Part-time Instructor Yuanmingyuan College of Arts and Sciences, PKU 09/2010 – 01/2011

Course Taught: Introduction to Linguistics

Full-time Chinese Teacher The Workers’ Children High School, Macau 09/2004 – 07/2005

Survey of minority languages in China

Language survey of Caijiahua in Bijie, Guizhou province, China 07/2019

Member of The Chinese Language Resources Protection Project

Recorded the dialect in Miancheng, Shantou, Guangdong province, China 07/2018

Recorded the dialect in Chikan, Zhanjiang, Guangdong province, China 07/2017

Peking University National Dialect Investigation Team (investigation period was one month each)

Dialect investigation in Quanzhou, Fujian, Instructing the investigation as team tutor. 07/2010

Dialect investigation in Jianli, Hubei, taking part in the full-field investigation as team member. 07/2007

Society of Indo-European Linguistics (SIEL), leading by Prof. Chao-Hsien Wang, PKU 09/2009 – 06/2010

One of the core members; Active in activities of SIEL.

Participating in the translation and discussion of classic works of Indo-European comparative linguistics.

Macao Culture and Communication Association (MCCA), PKU, Teacher of Cantonese Class 04/2008 – 04/2012

Teaching Cantonese phonetics and phonology for five years; awarded as “My favorite Cantonese teacher”.

• 1. The Cantonese Phonological System of The First Chinese-Portuguese Textbook in Macau Jesuit Collections, Bulletin of Language Research, Vol. 11, p281-290, CSSCI. It was included by The Selection of Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences of Macau (2012-2014), Macao Foundation, p1131-1144

• 2. The Time Points of the Phonetic evolution in Guangzhou Cantonese in the last two Centuries, Academic Journal of LIYUN(Language Volume), Vol.27, p317-327, CSSCI

• 3. The Contrast with historical phonology of Macau, Zhong Shan & Canton dialects. Essays on Linguistics, Vol.62, p273-297, CSSCI

• 4. A Study on the Dental Consonants of Macao Dialect in the End of 19th Century, Yue Dialect Research, Vol. 10, p54-65

• 5. The Law of Affricate Correspondence between Mandarin and Cantonese in Guangyun, Han Sheng, Proceedings of The Phonology Academic Salon of The Han Sheng Society, P515-530

• 6.The Pronunciation and Origin of “Ganga(Embarrassed)”, Macao Journal Of Linguistics, Vol.49, P27-37

• 7.Changes in the Phonology of Zhongshan Cantonese since 19th Century, Nanfang Yuyanxue, Vol.15, P123-129

• 8. The Influence of Simplified Chinese Characters on the Pronunciation of Place Names — A Case Study of Yulin And Yunan, The Journal of Chinese Cultural Studies (《中國文化研究》, Korea), Vol.46, P289-298

• 9. The Changes of Macao Cantonese Reflected in Missionary Literature in the Past Two Hundred Years, Literature Linguistics, Vol.10, P145-158

• 10. Analysis on the Correspondence between the Data of Macao Cantonese Character List and the Data of Mandarin Character List, Macao Journal of Linguistics, Vol.53, P68-P70

• 11. The Influence of The Homonym Substitution Principle on the Trans-Temporal Ability of Chinese Characters, Chinese Language and Literature (《中語中文學》,Korea), Vol.79, P147-162

• 12. Investigation and Protection of Oral Culture of Shanxi Dialect, to Commemorate Tian Xiaolin’s 80th Birthday. Second Author, Coauthored with Qiao Quansheng and Zhao Haiying, 2020.

• 13. Effect of Vocal Cord Polyp on Mandarin Tones Recognition by Native Chinese Speakers. 2020 International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence in Medical Sciences (ISAIMS2020), Sep 11-13, 2020, Beijing, China. Second Author.

• 14. Effect of Vocal Cord Polyp on Monophthongs with Mandarin Tones. The 2020 13th International Congress on Image and Signal Processing, Biomedical Engineering and Informatics (CISP-BMEI 2020), Oct 17-19, 2020, Yantai, China. Second Author.