Child and Youth Worker
Francis Wang is currently an undergraduate student from University of Toronto, majoring in Psychology and Political Science. He graduated from Suzhou High School of Jiangsu Province in 2016. He studied Journalism and Communications in Macao University of Science and Technology from 2016 to 2018.
Francis is specialized in mental health. He was the Event Coordinator of Listeners Club and now a volunteer providing peer support to international students in U of T. He is also an online counselling volunteer of International Chinese Psychology Association. As a council member of the Center for New Immigrant Wellbeing, he actively participates in promoting mental health awareness in the community.
Francis has passion on social causes. He was the founder and operator of a Macao student media. He studied social gender and feminism in the Graduate Faculty of Fudan University. As a research assistant, He participated in 2019 Shanghai Social Cognition Research of Shanghai Institute of Finance and Law.
Francis is enthusiastic in Wu Chinese language and culture preservation. He founded the University of Toronto Wu Chinese Cultural Association and acts as its President. He is the board member and on-campus coordinator of Youthcare Canada, a non-profit organization that offers all-round assistance to international students in Canada.
Francis devotes himself to charity services. He worked in the publicity department of Macao Youth Aesthetic Ability Volunteer Association and participated in the local election and community events as a volunteer and reporter.
In early 2020, Francis joins the Wellness Counselling Centre for Youth Canada and becomes a Child and Youth worker.
Cooking, Cycling, Drama, Photography, Wu Chinese language protection, Suzhou Pingtan Opera.