Dr. Hsieh completed his Ph.D. in Education at the University of New South Wales. He has teaching and research experience at National Taiwan University, University of New South Wales, and James Cook University. Dr. Hsieh has been actively publishing in the broader areas of International Education. His latest work is a book with Routledge titled: International Student Mobility: Exploring identities and engagements. Dr. Hsieh has been serving as reviewer and advisor for various journals and research students. He is currently an Assistant Editor of the Journal of International Students and an academic in Educational Design at James Cook University.


Hsieh, J. K. (2021). International student mobility: Exploring identities and engagements. Routledge.


Hsieh, J. K., & Wang, L. Y. (in press). The complexity within the same cohort of international students: Three Taiwanese students’ identity transformations. Journal of College Student Development.


Hsieh, J. K. (in press). An ethnography of Taiwanese international students’ identity movements: Habitus modification and improvisation. Journal of International Students, 10(4).


Hsieh, J. K. (2018). Positioning the researcher in the studies of international students’ identities- Discussing autoethnographically. Journal of International Students, 8(2), 659-676.


Shin, G., & Hsieh, J. K. (2018). Teaching Korean as a Lingua Franca: Digital Uplifting porject at UNSW Sydney. International Review of Korean Studies, 15(1), 69-94.


Hsieh, J K., Dong, D., & Wang, L. (2013). A preliminary study of applying shadowing technique to English intonation instruction. Taiwan Journal of Linguistics, 11(2), 43-66.