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language educator , television director

Caixia Lu, Chinese television director, language educator. Recipient Harry Friedman award, University Hawaii, 2004, American Association of University Women award, 2006.

Background

Lu, Caixia was born on November 3, 1956 in Wuhe, Anhui, China. Arrived in the United States, 1998.

Education

Bachelor, Changsha Railway Institute, China, 1983. Certified English Language and Literature, Southwest Normal University, China, 1994. Master of Arts, University Hawaii, 2001.

Postgraduate, University Hawaii, 2001.

Career

Translator, editor Tunnel and Tunneling Magazine, China, 1983—1986. Lecturer English Southwest Jiaotong University, China, 1987—1994, director international culture exchange center, 1994—1995. Associate professor English Wuhan University, China, 1996—1998.

Associate editor Center Chinese Studies, University Hawaii, Manoa, since 2000. Translator, broadcast, editor MiracleNet television Network, 2000—2002, assistant manager, translator, broadcaster, editor, 2002, general manager. translator, broadcaster, editor, since 2002.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Associate editor: An English-Chinses Usage Dictionary, 1994. Translator (English into Chinese): Rambo-The First Blood Part II, 1986, Rambo-The First Blood Part I, 1990, The Voice of Night, 1995, Moonstone, 1996, How to Be Entertaining, 1998, The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn, 1998, The Wonderful Adventure of Nils, 1999, The Turn of the Screw, 1999, Daisy Miller, 1999, The Demon and The Princess, 1999.