External Grants as a Sole PI

      • Effects of South Korean Homogeneity on the Perceptions of Patients with Coronavirus Disease: A Comparison of Hybrid Social Identities in Hong Kong. Korean Studies Grant. Academy of Korean Studies, Ministry of Education, Korea. 2/20221/2023.

      • Interacting Socially with Artificial Intelligence: Learning to Code, Communicate, and Collaborate with a Smart Robot. Teaching Development Grant. University Grants Committee of Hong Kong. 1/202112/2022.

      • Social Consensus on Ethical Dilemmas of Autonomous Vehicles in Hong Kong: A Comparison with Collectivist and Individualist Cultures. General Research Fund. University Grants Committee of Hong Kong. 9/202011/2021.

      • Role of Interactive Digital Technology in “Read/Only” versus “Read/Write” Cultures. Teaching Start-up Grant. University Grants Committee of Hong Kong. 6/20185/2019.

      • Smartphones as Advertising Tools: How Does the Specialization of Advertising Medium Increase Ad Credibility and Purchase Intention? National Research Foundation of Korea. 11/201510/2016.

      • Understanding and Promoting the Role of Wearable Devices as Effective Tools for Health Communication. National Research Foundation of Korea. 7/20156/2018.


Internal Grants as a Sole PI

  • Effects of Partisan Membership and Message Incivility in Online Interactions. Strategic Research Grant. City University of Hong Kong. 9/20228/2024

  • Privacy Management in the Era of Pervasive Digital Presence. Strategic Research Grant. City University of Hong Kong. 1/202212/2023.

  • AI Comment Moderation in Online Political Discussion. Strategic Research Grant. City University of Hong Kong. 9/20218/2023.

  • Future of Autonomous Vehicles: From a User Experience Perspective. Strategic Research Grant. City University of Hong Kong. 9/20188/2020.

  • Can the Internet of Things (IoT) be the Next Big Thing? Development and Validation of an Extended Technology Acceptance Model for IoT Adoption. Faculty Research Fund. Department of Media and Communication. City University of Hong Kong. 8/20177/2019.

  • Understanding the Role of Technological Affordances of Media Technology in Wearable Communication. New Faculty Start-up Grant. City University of Hong Kong. 9/20168/2018. [Role: PI]