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Claudia Huang

Claudia Huang 黄畅

California State University, Long Beach, Ph.D.

Claudia Huang
Claudia Huang 黄畅

California State University, Long Beach, Ph.D.

Claudia Huang received her Ph.D. in Anthropology from University of California, Los Angeles. Her dissertation on China’s “dancing grannies“ phenomenon examines how a generation of retired Chinese women cope with diminishing social welfare programs and the loss of traditional familyRead More

Jaewoong Jeon

Jaewoong Jeon 全在雄

University of Chicago, Ph.D.

Jaewoong Jeon
Jaewoong Jeon 全在雄

University of Chicago, Ph.D.

Jaewoong Jeon received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. His research focuses on Taiwan and Korea within the global history of capitalism.

Research Interests: history of capitalism

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Husan-Yu Lin

Hsuan-Yu Lin 林宣佑

University of Virginia, Ph.D.

Husan-Yu Lin
Hsuan-Yu Lin 林宣佑

University of Virginia, Ph.D.

Hsuan-Yu Lin is a Ph.D. candidate in Politics at the University of Virginia. His research focuses on political leaders’ use of social media and its impact on American and Taiwanese public opinion of foreign policy.

Research Interests: social media, political communication, foreignRead More

Kevin Luo

Kevin Luo 羅巍

University of Toronto, Ph.D.

Kevin Luo
Kevin Luo 羅巍

University of Toronto, Ph.D.

University of Toronto, Ph.D.
Kevin Luo received his Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. His research focuses on large state-building led by authoritarian regimes and their legacies on authoritarian institutions, with an emphasis on Taiwan, China, and East Asia.

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Lev Nachman

Lev Nachman

University of California, Irvine, Ph.D.

Lev Nachman
Lev Nachman

University of California, Irvine, Ph.D.

Lev Nachman received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine. His dissertation Movement Parties in Contested States: Taiwan’s Post- Sunflower Movement Parties focuses on contested states, examining why some flourish while others decline.

Research Interests: social movements, party politics, and politicalRead More

Audrye Wong

Audrye Wong 黄韵琪

Princeton University

Audrye Wong
Audrye Wong 黄韵琪

Princeton University

Audrye Wong received her Ph.D. from Princeton University in Security Studies. She will be adapting her dissertation, “Crafting Payoffs: Strategies and Effectiveness of Economic Statecraft,” into a book while at the Fairbank Center. Her research focuses on how economic toolsRead More

Yusi Xu

Yusi Aveva Xu

University of Southern California, Ph.D.

Yusi Xu
Yusi Aveva Xu

University of Southern California, Ph.D.

Yusi Xu received her Ph.D. in Health Communication from University of Southern California. Her research focuses on the complexities of how socio- structural and cultural contexts impact individuals’ health-related decisions among underserved populations, particularly in China or among Chinese immigrants.

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