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2016A Filipino grandmother Grimm: Subversion of foreign fairy tales through indigenization and cultural appropriation in Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang (The Stories of Grandmother Basyang)Bacsal, Myra Garces; Tupas, T. Ruanni F.; Hernandez, Jesus Federico
2020Fostering cross-cultural communication and understanding in the English language writingTupas, T. Ruanni F.; Weninger, Csilla ; Mizusawa, Ken
2017Fostering cross-cultural communication and understanding in the English language writing classTupas, T. Ruanni F.; Weninger, Csilla ; Mizusawa, Ken; Kiss, Tass
2014Inequalities of multilingualism: Challenges to mother tongue-based multilingual educationTupas, T. Ruanni F.
2014Intercultural education in everyday practiceTupas, T. Ruanni F.
2017“It’s more fun in the Philippines”: Resemiotizing and commodifying the local in tourism discourseValdez, Paolo Nino M.; Tupas, T. Ruanni F.; Tan, Neslie Carol
2020Mapping out unequal Englishes in English-medium classroomsTupas, T. Ruanni F.; Weninger, Csilla 
2016Pragmatism, Mandarin and political culture in Singapore: Recent reprises of an ideologyTupas, T. Ruanni F.
2018Reading for pleasure: Whose job is it to build lifelong readers in the classroom?Bacsal, Myra Garces; Tupas, T. Ruanni F.; Sarinajit Kaur; Paculdar, Agnes; Baja, Emmanuel S.
2020Reading lives and practices of Singapore teachers and the use of multicultural children’s literature to promote socio-emotional learningBacsal, Myra Garces; Tupas, T. Ruanni F.; Sarinajit Kaur; Paculdar, Agnes
2017Reading lives and practices of Singapore teachers and the use of multicultural children’s literature to promote socio-emotional learningBacsal, Myra Garces; Tupas, T. Ruanni F.; Sarinajit Kaur
Jul-2009Research in applied linguistics and language teaching and learning in Singapore (2000–2007)Rubdy, Rani; Tupas, T. Ruanni F.
2018Singlish in the classroom: Is Singapore ready for additive bidialectalism?Tupas, T. Ruanni F.