Name: Liye Zou

Country: China

Affiliation:

Department of Physical Education and Sports Science,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Phone no: 17397269750

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Address:

Department of Physical Education and Sports Science,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Sino Building,
Chung Chi Rd,
Sha Tin,
Hong Kong.

Research Interests:

  • Mind-body exercise interventions for special populations (e.g., neurological disorder, osteoporosis, insomnia, depression, and ankylosing spondylitis) 
  • Martial arts for improving health-related parameters across lifespan. 
  • Home environment for early motor, cognitive, social development 

Biography:

Award & Honors
  • Traditional Chinese exercise for symptomatic management in chronic diseases (Provincial-level fund, 80,000 RMB;Co-investigator 2017.09 - 2019.09
  • Effect of traditional Chinese Health-Qigong exercise in patients with coronary heart disease (Chinese Health-Qigong Association Grant, 30,000; Co-investigator,  2017.09 - 2018. 08
  • Outstanding Research Scholarship, Sep 2012 –  Jun2013, Awarded $5,000 from Fall 2012 to Fall 2013 to fulfill my proposed research agenda for Factor Analysis for Motivation of Participants in Chinese Martial Arts.
  • Outstanding Assistant Coach Scholarship (cheerleading), Oct 2011 –  Sep 2012, Awarded $2,500 from Delaware State University
  • Graduate Student Travel Award                                                                                      
  • Recognized by the School of HPER of Springfield College. Awarded $586 to support my attendance at the Society of Health and Physical Educators Annual meeting (2015).
  • Recognized by the School of HPER of Springfield College. Awarded $548 to support my attendance at the Society of Health and Physical Educators Annual meeting (2014). 
  • Recognized by the Department of Sport Science of Delaware State University.  Awarded $1,500 to support my attendance at the North American Society for Sport Management annual meeting (2013).
  • Curriculum Design for Early Childhood Development in China (award) Recognized by “U- Better”.  Awarded $1500 to support my curriculum design for Early Childhood motor, cognitive, and social development (2015)
  • International Travel Award, Recognized by the General Administration of Sport Liaoning Province.  Awarded $ 900 to support my attendance as an interpreter for Chinese Rowing Team.
  • Recognized by the General Administration of Sport of China.  Awarded $ 1800 (internship) to support my attendance as an interpreter and part-time strength and conditioning coach to International Sport Summit in China (2014)