Joshua Wong

Joshua Wong is a PhD Candidate at the School of Media and Communications as well as the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre. His research interests are interdisciplinary, spanning the intersection of well-being, religion/spirituality, migration, and media usage in everyday life.

His PhD project is entitled: “Media, Mobility and Well-Being: A Case Study of How International Students Use Media Technologies for Well-Being.” Through this project, he uses an ethnographic approach to explore how the different cultural backgrounds of students inflects the way they conceptualize, practice, and aspire to “well-being” or “a good life”, as well as how they incorporate media technologies into their conceptualization or practice of well-being in their everyday lives.