Staff Data:
VONG, TZE NGAI(LOUIS)
Title:ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Email:
Tel:8598 3030

Biography

Vong Tze Ngai has held full-time teaching position at the Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT) since its inception in 1996. He lectures courses in HRM and Organizational Behavior.

Research Interest:
Sense of place research

 

Academic Qualification
  • DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY, THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, HONG KONG, CHINA
  • BACHELOR OF AVIATION IN AVIATION MANAGEMENT, MASSEY UNIVERSITY, NEW ZELAND
  • MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN MARKETING AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, UNIVERSITY OF MACAU, MACAU, CHINA
  • BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN MARKETING, UNIVERSITY OF MACAU, MACAU, CHINA
Journal
  • Vong, T. N., & Tang, S. L. (2017). An investigation on the mediating effect of work-family-conflict between job stress and intent to stay: the case of tourism workers in Macau. Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality and Tourism, 16(1), 39-55.
  • Vong, T.N., Lai, K., & Li, Y.P. (2015). Sense of place: Affective link missing between casino impact perception and support for casino development? Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research. DOI: 10.1080/10941665.2015.1008528
  • Vong, T.N. (2015). The mediating role of place identity in the relationship between residents’ perceptions of heritage tourism and place attachment (Journal of Heritage Tourism). DOI: 10.1080/1743873X.2015.1026908
  • Vong, T.N., Lai, K., & Li, Y.P. (2014). The influence of casino impact on sense of place: A study of casino-liberalised Macau, China. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research. DOI: 10.1080/10941665.2014.946938
  • Vong, T.N. (2013). An investigation of the influence of heritage tourism on local people’s sense of place: The Macau youth’s experience. Journal of heritage tourism. DOI:10.1080/1743873X.2013.787084.
  • Vong, T.N., & Ung, A. (2012). Exploring critical factors of Macau’s heritage tourism: What heritage tourists are looking for when visiting the city’s iconic heritage sites. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 17(3), 231-245.
  • Lam, C.C., du Cros, H., & Vong. T.N. (2011). Macao’s potential for developing regional Chinese health tourism. Tourism Review, 66(1/2), pp.68-82. (Special Issue: Health Tourism, Guest Editor: Professor C. Michael Hall)
  • Ung, A., & Vong, T.N. (2010). Tourist experience of heritage tourism in Macau SAR, China. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 5(2), 157-168.
  • Lam, C.C., & Vong, T.N. (2009). Macau: The gambling paradise – Profiling the roles and motives of customers [澳门赌博天堂—剖析消费者的角色和动机]. Journal of China Tourism Research, 5(4), 388-400.
  • Vong, T.N. (2006). Leisure participation in Macao SAR: An exploratory study. Journal of Macau Studies, 33, 138-145.
  • Vong, T.N. (2005). Leisure satisfaction and quality of life in Macao, China. Leisure Studies, 24(2), 195-207.
  • Vong, T.N. (2002). The impact of air normalization between the Taiwan Straits on Macau International Airport: Scenario Discussion. Euro Asia Journal of Management, 12(2), 187-195.
  • Vong, T.N. (2001). Managing human resource development: A case study of Civil Aviation Authority of Macao. Euro Asia Journal of Management (22), 123-133.
Book(Chapters)
  • Lam, C.C.C., du Cros, H., & Vong, T.N. (2012). Macao’s cross-border medical tourism: A new way forward? In M. Hall (Ed.), Medical Tourism: The ethics, regulation, and marketing of health mobility, pp. 123-136. Routledge.
  • Vong, T.N., & Lam, C.C. (2009). Holiday making and leisure space of Macao people. In Singh, S. (Ed.), Domestic Tourism in Asia: Diversity and Divergence, p301-314. Earthscan.
Presentation
  • Vong, T.N. (2016). 'Retention fundamentals: understanding the determinants of employee intention to stay'. The Macau Human Resource Monitor (MHRM) Project Briefing No. 3 of 4. December 1, 2016. Venue: Pousada de Mong-ha Conference Room, IFT Main Campus.  
  • Vong, T.N. (2014). 'Why employees quit their jobs: examining the underlying causes of work stress'. The Macao Human Resource Monitor (MHRM) Project Briefing No. 3 of 4. November 5, 2014. Venue: Pousada de Mong-ha Conference Room, IFT Main Campus.
Reports
  • Moreira, P., Vong, T.N., McCartney, G. (2002). Macao (22° 10’ N, 113° 33’ E): A meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions destination. An analysis of competitive potential. Research Report. Institute For Tourism Studies: Macau.