Dr Leong Ko
|Dr Leong Ko|
Ph.D. in Translation and Interpreting Studies, UQ; M.A., Xiamen University, China; B.A., Xiamen University, China; NAATI Examiner and Advanced Translator and Interpreter, Australia
Phone: +61 (7) 3365 6419
- Teaching in translation & interpreting
- Chinese language
- Cultural studies
- Translation and interpreting studies
- Pedagogy of translation and interpreting
- Distance education of translation and interpreting
- Chinese Translation in Australia
- “The need for long-term empirical studies in remote interpreting research: A case study of telephone interpreting”, in Linguistica Antverpiensia, January 2007 (in press)
- “Fine-tuning the Code of Ethics for Interpreters and Translators”, in Translation Quality Watch, Vol. 3, Issue 3, Sept 2006.
- “A Critical Analysis of the NAATI Interpreter Test in Australia”, in Translation Quality Watch, Vol. 2, Issue 2, June 2006, pp9-27.
- “Teaching interpreting by distance mode: Possibilities and constraints”, in Interpreting 8:1 (2006), pp 67-96.
- “NAATI Accreditation for Translators in Australia: Theoretical underpinnings and practical implications”, in Translation Quality Watch. Vol. 1, Dec 2005, pp 46-58.
- Research on Australia's National Identity, co-author, Guangxi People's Press, China, April 1999.
- "To Be Or Not To Be: Prospects of Interpreting and Translation Education in Australia" in Interpreting/Translating Education in the Age of Economic Rationalism, Proceedings of the XVII Conference of the Interpreter/Translator/Educators' Association of Australia, Centre for Research & Development in Interpreting and Translating, Deakin University, Australia, 1999, pp. 61-79.
- NAATI Examiner (Chinese Panel) – National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters in Australia
- Editor, Translation Watch Quarterly
- Member of the Regional Advisory Committee of NAATI
- Member of Australian Institute for Interpreters and Translators (AUSIT),
- Founding Chairman and Executive Member of Chinese Interpreters and Translators Association of Australia