ARTHUR FANG 方穎璋

I am a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) who provides services to people with speech, language, social communication, and reading and writing issues. I speak fluent English and Cantonese, and functional Mandarin. Since starting my practice in 2012, I have been working with a multi-lingual caseload from both local and international schools in Hong Kong, Macau, and Shenzhen. Besides my pediatric caseload, I really enjoy working with adults on accent reduction and fluency disorders.

Outside the clinic, I lecture at the Education University of Hong Kong on Phonetics and Phonology, and Speech-Sound Disorders, and supervise clinical placements. My team and I also regularly deliver presentations to parents and training workshops to teachers.

Prior to my SLP career, I completed my double major in Philosophy (Honours) and English at Washington and Lee University (Virginia, USA) where I also starred on the W&L Screaming Minks, now a nationally-ranked rugby powerhouse, and was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity (/\1261). My undergraduate and short-lived writing career spawned 20 published news articles on South China Morning Post, and one book review published by The Shenandoah, which has since been cited (twice) in the academia.

At Dalhousie University, I had the happiest four years of my life pursuing my masters degree while backstopping my intramural ice hockey team to second place in the league, living the East Coast dream in Maritimes Canada. Outside the rink, I played for Dalhousie Rugby, having the distinction of being the only graduate school student on the roster.

Sports is a tremendous part of my life that has taken me all over the world. As mentioned I've played rugby and ice hockey in Hong Kong, US, Canada, and Argentina at the collegiate and intramural level. Recently, I picked up golf, a wonderful sport that gives me another opportunity to connect with the children and adults I work with. In my burgeoning imaginary Pro-Am career, I have paid my respects at golf courses in Barcelona, Bilbao, Bordeaux, Chiang Rai, Deportivo, Ho Chi Minh City, Kota Kinabalu, Shenzhen, and Sydney.

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Certified Clinical Member of Speech and Audiology Canada

Member of Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapists

Practitioner at St. Paul's Hospital (Causeway Bay, Hong Kong)

Dalhousie University

Masters of Science, Speech-Language Pathology

Washington and Lee University

Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy (Honours) & English