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Ryusuke Masuoka

Country: Japan


Qualification: PhD in Mathematical Sciences (University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan)



Communication style

Experienced mentor, will speak slow in easy English, and has interacted with ESL researchers.


  1. Instructor profile
Ryusuke has over 30 years of experience in the field of research and more than 20 years of Information Communication Technology research management experience. He is an accomplished researcher with numerous publications in journals, books, proceedings etc. starting from the year 1989. He also holds many patents to his name.
Ryusuke can therefore help you not only in preparing your paper but also in applying for grants and publishing in high impact factor journals.

In addition, Ryusuke can offer research consultation in the following specialized subject areas:
  • Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI)
  • Cyber Security Policy and Technologies
  • Blockchain
  • Ubiquitous Computing
  • Semantic Web
  • Neural Networks
  • Differential Geometry
Academic Positions
  • 2015-2016 Curriculum delivery, teacher training, and mentoring/training of local instructors. Instructor of business and inter-cultural communication courses at APEC Petrotechnic.
  • 2006-2014   Senior instructor of business communication, writing, and cultural awareness courses for top-tier corporations including Via Technologies
  • 2004-2005  Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Alberta, Canada. Taught and mediated discussion seminars on contemporary social topics, mentored students, wrote research reports on Canadian law and jurisprudence regarding First Nations land claims.
  • 2000-2001  Teacher and Education Consultant, Yuzawa City Board of Education. Yuzawa city, Akita Prefecture Japan.
Professional Experience
  • China 2006-14, Canada 2015-present Research Consultant, Trimal Consulting, Canada and China
  • 2005-2006 Project Coordinator, Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation, Government of Saskatchewan, Canada
  • 2003-2004 Research Associate, International Research and Cultural Exchange Association, Hong Kong
  • 2000-2004 Research Associate, Canadian Plains Research Centre. University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
  • 2002 Conference Coordinator, International Meihuazhuang Organization. Jinan, China
Publications Referee Publications:
  • Petry R., Ambrosi R., Davis L., Nordal T., MacPherson A., Wagner R. “Community Knowledge Mobilization for Sustainable Development in Saskatchewan. In F. Zinaida, L. Galkute, and K. Chhokar, eds. 2018. Academia and Communities: Engaging for Change. Engaging for Change Innovation in Local and Global Learning Systems for Sustainability Learning Contributions of the Regional Centres of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development,. Tokyo, Japan: United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS). http://collections.unu.edu/view/UNU:6601#viewMetadata.
  • Jones, Marion and Raymond Ambrosi. “Luyou zuowei quyu kechixufazhan de gongju: yi ba shuang ren jian.” Guilin luyou gaodeng zhuanke xuexiaobao. (“Using Tourism as a Tool for Regional Sustainable Development in Southwest China: A Double Edged Sword.” Journal of the Guilin Tourism Institute. Vol 14. Issue 53). Publication in Chinese.
Encyclopedia Entries:
  • 2005. Authored six entries for the Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan (University of Regina Press). Entry topics ranged from fields of agriculture, business and industry, to law, geography and history.
Articles in Progress:
  • 2018. Forthcoming. Ambrosi, Raymond. 2018. “Meihua Boxers as Constructors of Social Trust and the Agrarian Public Sphere.” Undergoing revision for publication in Modern China. Sage Publications.
  • 2018. Forthcoming. Ambrosi, Raymond. 2018. “Merging of Self, Body and Place: Teachings of a Martial Arts Sect in North China.”
Other Published Reports:
  • 2015. “Plum Flower Boxing martial arts, sectarian folk religion, and the expansion of the public sphere in rural China”. ORIZZONTE CINA, Torino World Affairs Institute.
  • 2013. “Old Martial Arts Brings New Spirit to Rural China” Goethe-Institut website forum on rural-urban migration and change. http://www.goethe.de/ins/cn/en/lp/kul/mag/dis/swl/11980640.html
  • 2008. “Meihuaquan and Regional Economic Growth 梅花拳与经济增长的关系”. Proceedings of the Meihuaquan Non-Material Cultural Heritage Protection Conference, Guangzong County, Hebei. China Culture and History Publishing House 2008, Chinese version p. 274-287, English version p.310-334.
  • 2008. “Assessment and Suggestions for the Use of Alternative Tourism for Rural Development in China 关于文化旅游业对中国农村发展影响的评估和建议.” Proceedings of the Meihuaquan Non-Material Cultural Heritage Protection Conference, Guangzong County, Hebei. China Culture and History Publishing House 2008, Chinese version p. 259-273. English version available from author.
  • 2005. “Folk Martial Arts and Ritual: Continuity Through Economic Change”. English conference proceedings in Budo in Focus- Past, Present, Future. KW Publications, Auckland, 2005. p.305-326. Publication in Japanese in Nihon no kyōiku ni budō- 21 seiki no shin-gi-tai wo kitaeru (Budo for Japanese Education- Forging Mind, Technique, and Body for the 21st Century). Meiji Tosho, Tokyo 2005.
  • 1999a. “Special Interest Tourism: a Method for Economic Diversification and Cultural Preservation in Rural Hebei Province, China”. Unpublished MA thesis, Univ. of Regina, Regina, SK. 250 pages.
  • 1999b. “Impacts of Tourism Development: Assessment and Suggestions for the Use of Alternative Tourism for Rural Development in Hebei Province, China.” Unpublished report for Canadian International Development Authority (CIDA). Univ. of Regina, Regina, SK. 281 pages.
  • 1998. “Impacts of Tourism Development: Assessment and Suggestions for the Use of Alternative Tourism for Rural Development in China.” Unpublished report submitted to Guangzong county government, Hebei province, China. English and Chinese versions.
  • 1990. “Examining the Persistence of Traditional Medicine: a Focus on Chinese Traditional Medicine”. Unpublished BA Honours thesis, Dept of Anthropology. Univ. of Regina.
Invited Talks, Seminars, Conferences:
  • 2017. May. “Merging Self, Body and Place: Improvisation in the teachings of martial arts sect in north China.” Improvisation and Mobility Conference 2017, Faculty of Media, Art, Performance Interdisciplinary Programs, University of Regina.
  • 2015. “Cross-Cultural Musings: Northern Chinese Voluntary Societies and Their Role in Building Social Cohesion”. Lecture for the Saskatchewan Freemason Lodge of Saskatchewan. Canada.
  • 2014. “Meihua Boxers as Constructors of Social Trust and the Earth-Bound Public Sphere”. Lecture at the Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing.
  • 2014. “Folk Meihuaquan and The Construction of the Public Sphere— A Case Study in Minghe Village”, Lecture for PhD students in the Dept of Folklore, Shandong University, Jinan, China.
  • 2013. “Undertaking a PhD in China- Experience and Advice”. ThinkINchina PhD researcher's conference. Beijing, China.
  • 2012. “Research Methodologies and Creativity” Lecture on nurturing creativity in fieldwork methodology. China University of Politics and Law, Beijing, China
  • 2010. “Meihuaquan Martial Arts and Community Development in North China” interview for Chinese Connection Community Radio. Regina, Sask.
  • 2008. “EcoTourism in Canada- Suggestions for Sustainable Development.” Presentation at Mountain Tourism and Economic Development Conference, Jiuzhaigou National Park, Sichuan, China.
  • 2007. “Alternative Tourism, Rural Economic Development, and Preservation of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Rural China.” Presentation at the Meihuaquan Non-Material Cultural Heritage Protection Conference, Guangzong County, Hebei, China.
  • 2007. “Assessment and Suggestions for the Use of Alternative Tourism for Rural Development in China.” Presentation at the Meihuaquan Non-Material Cultural Heritage Protection Conference, Guangzong County, Hebei, China.
  • 2003. “Folk Martial Arts and Ritual: Continuity Through Economic Change.” Presentation for The 22nd International Research Symposium “The Direction of Japanese Budo in the 21st century: Past, Present, Future.” International Research Centre for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, Japan.
  • 2001. “Tourism as a Tool for Regional Sustainable Development in Southwest China: A Double-Edged Sword.” Discussant for the Trans-disciplinary Dialogues on Development, Univ. of Regina.
  • 2000. “Options for Sustainable Tourism Development in Northern China” Presentation for WUSC and the International Centre for Sustainable Global Development, Univ. of Regina, Canada
  • 1998. “Sustainable Cultural Tourism, Martial Arts and Folk Culture in Guangzong County”. Interview for Hebei Television on the use of sustainable tourism for economic development in rural north China.
  • 1998. “Sustainable Tourism, Cultural Protection and Rural Economic Development in North China”. Lecture for WUSC and International Centre for Sustainable Global Development, Univ. of Regina.

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