Nick Wong is an English lecturer and an Applied Linguistics researcher in the Center for Language Education. He is a professional EAP and ESP teacher for Business, Medical Science and Nursing students. He was also a demonstrator in the University of Hong Kong for different undergraduate courses in General Linguistics, including Phonetics, Languages of the world, and Cantonese Linguistics to name but a few.

As a researcher, Nick Wong has been interviewed for his “Kongish” project in various media (see publications and presentations for academic activities) :

“「What 7 you say」你識唔識?實測港人Kongish程度” Apple Daily, 23 July 2017.

“茶餐廳菜單神級英譯 想知瀨尿牛丸點樣譯?”. HK01, 14 January 2017.

“港式英文未必錯 科大研究助教學”. Wenweipo (Education), 26 February 2016.

‘Hongkongers mix English and Cantonese into new language, Kongish’. South China Morning Post (Lifestyle feature), 21 January 2016.

“Laugh L Die Me! Kongish Daily”. 100Most (100毛), 21 January 2016.

“Do you speak Kongish ar?”. Varsity (Lifestyle), 14 December, 2015.

“80後搞專頁教講Kongish 2個月3萬likes”. Next Magazine, 2 November, 2015.

“港式英語-Kongish, who say no good? 聽聽講師怎樣說”. Metro Pop, 2 October, 2015.

“有話說﹕借港式英語學英文?”. Mingpao (lifestyle), 18 August 2015.

“萬六like港語日報 撐Goodest本土英文”. Apple Daily (lifestyle), 9 August, 2015.



Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Linguistics (in progress)

Lancaster University, UK

Master of Arts

University of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Arts

University of Hong Kong