Hao Wang

Hao Wang

PhD Researcher

Department of Media and Communications

English, Mandarin
Key Expertise
Temporalities, Everyday politics

About me

Research topic

Time starts: the politics of China speed and the embodied experience of working temporalities

Under the lens of interpretive phenomenology, my thesis will critically examine China’s technological development under the lens of high-speed temporalities.

Supervisors: Professor Bingchun Meng and Professor Shakuntala Banaji


Hao holds a degree of Media, Communication, and Development with an award of academic excellence in 2020.

Expertise Details

Everyday Politics; Anthropocene; Space; Time; Epistemology


  • Chen, Y. (2012, July). The tendency of media social movement in China: A case study of Wenzhou high- speed train crash. Paper presented at the annual conference of Chinese Communication Society, Taichung, Taiwan.

  • Chen, Y. (2016). Invisible stability maintenance: Framing mass incidents in Chinese market-oriented media. Unpublished master’s thesis, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.