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Yayi Yu

Associate Language Lecturer

Personal profile

Personal profile

Yayi Yu(余亚易) earned his master's degree at J.F. Oberlin University in Tokyo as a Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship student. After graduation, he had working experience in a local Japanese trading company in Tokyo. Since returning to China in 2020, he has been teaching the Japanese language at university. He has years of experience teaching Japanese from primary to advanced levels. In addition to his teaching experience, he has served as an impromptu interpreter for a series of lectures on Asian Communities by visiting scholars from Kyushu University, as an accompanying interpreter for a Guangxi Liuzhou business delegation to Japan, as a trilingual interpreter for the Shinjukuya Hotel in Tokyo, and as a Liaison Officer for the Japanese Delegation to the 2021 Chengdu World University Games, among others. His rich working experience and teaching experience make his lectures lively and exciting, and the Japanese he teaches are authentic and practical. He is committed to helping students equip themselves with an international outlook, a positive attitude, and a solid expertise to become extraordinary global citizens.


Associate Japanese Lecturer, School of International Education - SUMC - 2020 to 2023

Associate Japanese Lecturer, School of Language - XJTLU - 2023 to Present

Education/Academic qualification

Higher Education Teacher's License (Japanese Language and Literature)-2021

MA of International Relations, J.F. Oberlin University, Japan. (MEXT Scholarship) -2019

Person Types

  • Staff