Tsung-Lun Alan Wan is Section Manager and instructor in the Section of Linguistics Education at Topedia International Education Enterprise.
He specializes in the spatial dimension of sociolinguistics. His research in Hard of Hearing people has been published in Journal of Geographical Science (TSSCI) and media such as UDN Opinion. He is also working on Linguistic Landscape (LL) studies in Taipei and Seoul. His work of Taipei LL can be seen in Environment And Worlds.
He is devoted to the liberational linguistics projects of creole language. His interests in Colloquial Singaporean English (i.e. Singlish) has resulted in the popular book Auntie, One Rojak! Understanding the Little Red Dot--Singapore (Walkers, 2016) and works published in conferences and UDN Global.
Tsung-Lun Alan Wan holds a B.S. in Geography from National Taiwan University and a M.A. in Language Studies from National University of Singapore. He is the co-founder and chief editor of the media website GeogDaily.