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Cheng-Heng Lu

opens in a new windowCheng-Heng Lu 盧正恆

Emory University

Cheng-Heng Lu

Cheng-Heng Lu 盧正恆

Emory University

Cheng-Heng Lu is pursuing his Ph.D. in the Department of History at Emory University. For the 2019-20 academic year he will be a Hou Family Fellow at the Fairbank Center, where he will work on a project entitled “The ArtRead More

Zi-qiao Yang

opens in a new windowLawrence Zi-Qiao Yang 楊子樵

University of California, Berkeley

Zi-qiao Yang

Lawrence Zi-Qiao Yang 楊子樵

University of California, Berkeley

Lawrence Zi-Qiao Yang received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. His research project, “Speculative Statecraft: Logistical Media and the Culture of the Chinese Cold War, 1945-1978,” examines the “1949 divide” created by the Chinese Civil War.

Research Interests: CinemaRead More

opens in a new windowAudrye Wong 黄韵琪

Princeton University

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

opens in a new windowYilang Feng 馮一郎

University of Michigan

Yilang Feng 馮一郎

University of Michigan

Yilang Feng holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Michigan. While at the Fairbank Center he will be working on a project entitled “Taking the Media High Ground: Overseas Operation and Policy Positioning on Chinese FTAs.” ThisRead More

opens in a new windowMeir Alkon 安燦

Princeton University

Meir Alkon 安燦

Princeton University

Meir Alkon received his Ph.D. from Princeton University. His research interests lie in international and comparative political economy, with a focus on trade/globalization and energy/environment. At the Fairbank Center, Dr. Alkon will be revising his book project on the politicalRead More

Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies