Paul's areas of research interests include Chinese children and youth, multilingual literacy practices, multiculturalism, psychosocial adjustment and immigration, school health education and promotion, and curriculum and policy development.
Dr. Yeung defended his dissertation in July 2011. His dissertation focused on young French Immersion Chinese children's multilingual literacy practices and identity construction.
Paul has been working as a sessional instructor/teaching assistant/tutor marker in various education courses since September 2003. He has written many academic conceptual and research papers. His Masters of Arts thesis, "The Psychosocial Adjustment of Chinese Adolescent Immigrants in Satellite Families in Canada", provided content for articles published in the Metro Newspaper front page, NewsLeader newspapers, and SFU News.
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