Female Experts on Hong Kong, Macau, Mainland China and Taiwan
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PUBLIC INFO only. Please get permission from expert before adding mobile numbers.Greater China Female Experts - Open directory Open list. Help improve this directory by updating or making entries. If you would like to edit or delete your entry, please make the changes in this document or email your request to: contact@joannachiu.com Podcast about this list: http://supchina.com/sinica/joanna-chiu-lucy-hornby-can-amplify-womens-voices-china/Entries in English please, but experts don't need to speak English. Definition of "expert" is broad - no advanced degrees required. Please note that information listed could be outdated or inaccurate. All female-identified experts, people of all political views welcome. Anyone can view. Requires Google account to edit, or email administrator with requests.
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Name Title + Institution or affiliations Category Areas of Expertise EmailPhone/WebsitesLocation/Notes
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Jennifer HsuAssistant Professor, University of AlbertaacademicChina, NGOs, civil society, development, state-society relationsjhsu@ualberta.ca@jennifer_hsuAlberta, Canada
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Manya KoetseChief editor of What's on Weibo MediaChinese social trends, Chinese media landscape, digital trends, internet culture & Weibomanya@whatsonweibo.com@manyapanAmsterdam/Beijing
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Maria RepnikovaAssistant Professor and Director of Global Center for Information Studies, Georgia State University, PIP Fellow V.AcademicChinese media politics, crisis governance, nation-building, China-Russia relations/comparisonsmrepnikova@gsu.eduhttp://www.mariarepnikova.comAtlanta, US
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Amy KingAustralia National UniversityAcademicChina-Japan, regional security, Chinese foreign policyamy.king@anu.edu.au@amysarahking www.amykingonline.comAustralia
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Evelyn GohAustralia National UniversityAcademicEast Asian security & international relationsevelyn.goh@anu.edu.auAustralia
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Jane Golley Associate Professor and Deputy Director, Australian Centre on China in the World, Australian National University
AcademicChina's reform and development, demographic change and economic growth, inequality, One Belt One Road
jane.golley@anu.edu.au
http://ciw.anu.edu.au/people/curriculum_vitae/jane_golley.php
Australia
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Joyce NipUniversity of SydneyAcademicMedia/journalism, internet and social mediajoyce.nip@sydney.edu.au61 (2) 9351 2432Australia
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Linda JakobsonSydney UniversityAcademicChinese foreign policy, South China Sea, Taiwanlinda.jakobson@chinamatters.org.auAustralia
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Louisa LimUniversity of MelbourneAuthor/academicChina human rights. Author of The People's Republic of Amnesia: Tiananmen Revisited, Teaching journalism.limlc@umich.eduAustralia
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Merriden VarrallDirector, East Asia Program, Lowy InstituteThink tankpolitical science, diplomacyMVarrall@lowyinstitute.orgAustralia
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Mikala TaiDirector, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art & Lecturer The University of MelbourneAcademic / CuratorialContemporary Asian Art - in particular China (PhD Focus), Hong Kong, Indonesia and Pakistan.mikala.tai@4a.com.auwww.4a.com.auAustralia
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Rebecca FabriziAustralia National UniversityAcademicChinese foreign policy & global governance structures rebecca.fabrizi@anu.edu.auAustralia
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Sue Harris-RimmerAustralia National UniversityAcademicgovernance, gender in Asiasusan.harris-rimmer@anu.edu.auAustralia
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Lauren JohnstonUniversity of MelbourneAcademicdevelopment and international economics, China/Africalauren.johnston@unimelb.edu.au61 3 8344 5032Australia
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Ling LiUniversity of Vienna, LecturerAcademicCorruption in China, Chinese politics and law, Chinese Communist Partyliling6234@gmail.comhttps://univie.academia.edu/LingLiAustria
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Anne Stevenson-Yang Co-founder, J Capital Research ResearchChina economy anne@jcapitalresearch.comBeijing
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Chenni XuAccount Director, Brunswick Group and Co-lead of Brunswick Beijing's Women's NetworkConsultantGender inequality in China, feminist economics, China politics, women leadership, gender issues in rural China, domestic violence, how the female body is portrayed in art and literaturecxu@brunswickgroup.com / chenni.xu@gmail.com(86) 13810983905Beijing
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Christina Larson China reporter, now covering China technology at Bloomberg; previously at Science magazine and Foreign PolicymediaChina science, technology, innovation, environment, ecologychristina.larson@gmail.com@larsonchristinaBeijing
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Cui Weiping 崔卫平Professor, Beijing Film AcademyAcademic/MediaChinese film, society, art, social issues(86) 13167395670 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cui_Weiping @cuiweipingBeijing
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Didi Kirsten TatlowChina correspondent, New York TimesMediaChina general https://twitter.com/dktatlowBeijing
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Elizabeth KnupCountry Director, China, Ford FoundationNGOChina general, civil society, philanthropy, US-China relationsedknup@gmail.comBeijing
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Enoch LiMD, Organizational Change & Play Consultant, BEARAPY / INSEADConsultantmental health, entrepreneurs depression, executive well being, corporate culture, psychology of playfulness, stress management, women leadershipenoch@bearapy.me / nochnoch@nochnoch.comwww.bearapy.me / NochNoch.comBeijing
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Erica LiAssociate Professor of Finance at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB)AcademicCorporate governance, capital structure, asset pricing, macroeconomics, debtContact via CKGSB Communications Manager: markdreyer@ckgsb.edu.cnhttp://english.ckgsb.edu.cn/faculty_content/erica-xn-liBeijing
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Jennifer HuangProfessor of Finance at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB)AcademicLiquidity and asset pricing, mutual funds, internal capital allocation, taxes, stock market crashes.Contact via CKGSB Communications Manager: markdreyer@ckgsb.edu.cnhttp://english.ckgsb.edu.cn/faculty_content/jennifer-huangBeijing
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Jessica LamCo-founder, Origins, maker of Laser EggEntrepreneurChina pollution, environmentinfo@originstech.com(86) 400-863-0600 http://originstech.com/Beijing
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Joanna ChiuChina and Mongolia Correspondent, AFP MediaChina general, politics, social and legal issues, women, LGBT, overseas Chinese, economycontact@joannachiu.comwww.joannachiu.com https://twitter.com/joannachiu Beijing
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Katherine Wilhelmprogram officer, Ford Foundation China office; former lawyer, former foreign correspondentcivil society/law
mainland China legal system, civil society, media
kwlists@yahoo.comBeijing
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Kathinka FurstConsultantResearchEnvironmental law, Civil society, rule of lawkathinka.furst@gmail.com861861061628Beijing
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Laura YoungAttorney, Wang and Wang, LLPLawIntellectual property, trademarkslyoung@wangandwang.comBeijing
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Liang ChaoAssistant Professor of Operations Management at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB)AcademicNew product introduction, innovation, product rollover strategies, food safety, product recall, revenue and pricing management facing strategic consumers.Contact via CKGSB Communications Manager: markdreyer@ckgsb.edu.cnhttp://english.ckgsb.edu.cn/faculty_content/liang-chaoBeijing
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Lijia ZhangAuthor, Socialism is Great! A Worker's MemoirLiterature, societyPolitics, social issues, writing, labourContact box: http://www.lijiazhang.com/?p=27eme4666725http://www.lijiazhang.com/Beijing
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Lucy HornbyCorrespondent, Financial TimesMediaChina politics, economy, environment, generalhttps://twitter.com/HornbyLucyBeijing
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Marije VlaskampChina correspondent, Dutch mediaMedia
general, contemporary history, social issues
marijev@xs4all.nl
0086 13911735954 @marijevlaskamp
Beijing
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Rosie BlauChina correspondent, The Economist MediaChina general, civil society, etchttps://twitter.com/RosieBlauBeijing
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Sarah BurtonGrowth, Planet LabsBusinessTech, religion, language acquisition, application of 老干妈; Beijing 1998-99 & 2006-14burtosarah@gmail.comhttps://twitter.com/burtosaBeijing
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Rosie LevineProgram Director, Beijing Cultural Heritage Protection Center (CHP); Yenching Scholar (2016-2018), Yenching Academy at Peking University NGO, research, Cultural Heritage Preservation in China, Beijing cultural heritage, architecture, Modern Chinese historyrosie@bjchp.org13521217130Beijing, China
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Alison M. Friedman Ping Pong Productions 乒乓策划founder/directorChina and international performing arts exchange, dance, theateralison@pingpongarts.orgwww.pingpongarts.org / @pingpongarts
Beijing, China / Washington DC, USA
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Rachel SternAssistant Prof of Law and Political Science, U.C. BerkeleyAcademicChinese law and politics. Esp. environmental politics and law, the legal profession, Chinese courtsrstern@law.berkeley.edu510-642-2008 (office). @racsternBerkeley, CA
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Catherin Ruth (Katja) LevyAssistant Professor, Freie-Universitat BerlinAcademicPolitics, law, civil society, German-China relations, Latin America-China relationskatja.levy@fu-berlinhttp://www.geschkult.fu-berlin.de/e/oas/sinologie/institut/mitarbeiter/1_professoren/Levy.htmlBerlin
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Suzanne ScogginsAssistant Professor, Clark UniversityAcademicChinese politics: policing, frontline police, stability maintenance, internal security, and state society relationssscoggins@clarku.edu(+1) 415-606-0903Boston, MA
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Dorothy J. SolingerProfessor, Political Science, Univ. of Cal. Irvine Academic China politics dorjsoli@uci.edu949-854-2872California
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Ann BierbowerDirector of Operations, China SkinnyResearch/MarketingChinese consumers, imported products, Chinese travel, Chinese internet useageann@chinaskinny.comwww.chinaskinny.com
@thechinaskinny
California/Shanghai
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Eleanor FreundResearch Assistant, Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center for Science and International AffairsAcademic think tankUS-China relations, Asia-Pacific security issues, US foreign policyeleanor_freund@hks.harvard.edu@eleanor_freundCambridge, MA
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Lynette OngProfessor, Pol Sci, University of TorontoAcademicChinese politics. Social movement. Development. Authoritarian Politics.Lynette.Ong@utoronto.calynetteong.comCanada
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Linlin WuPR, WHO World Health Organization wul@who.int 86 10 6532 7191China
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Regina HuiVP, communications, McDonald's ChinaPR, restaurant(86) 138 1109 0306China
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Katherine AlexanderUniversity of Colorado, Boulderacademic Ming-Qing China, Chinese literature, Chinese popular religion, Taiwan history and culturekatherine.alexander@colorado.edu@thian_unColorado
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Mei FongAuthor of "One Child," former WSJ MediaChina's population control policies and their impacts in China and globally@meifongwriterDC area
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Geeta KochharAssistant Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru UniversityAcademicChina studies, urbanization, international relationsjidujnu@gmail.comhttps://sites.google.com/a/jnu.ac.in/geetakochhar/Delhi, India
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Sophia WoodmanChancellor's Fellow, University of Edinburgh, School of Social and Political Science,AcademicCitizenship, human rights and social movements; contemporary China; law and society; regional autonomy frameworks; migrationSophia.Woodman@ed.ac.ukhttp://www.sps.ed.ac.uk/staff/sociology/sophia_woodmanEdinburgh
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Amanda ShumanUniversity of FreiburgAcademicPRC history, sports and running in China, digital humanitiesamanda.shuman@sinologie.uni-freiburg.de@AmandaUCSC www.amandashuman.netGermany
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Kristin Shi-KupferDirector of Research Area on Public Policy and Society, MERICS Think Tankmedia policy, civil society, religious policy and ideology in Chinakristin.shi-kupfer(at)merics.de(49) 30 3440 999-0Germany
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Mirjam MeissnerHead of Programme, Economy and Tecnology, MERICSThink TankIndustrial innovation policy, infrastructure policy, renewable energy policymirjam.meissner(at)merics.de(49) 30 3440 999-0Germany
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Caterina BellinettiPhD Student, University of GlasgowresearchSecond Sino-Japanese war, Chinese photography and propaganda, Maoism, Chinese female iconography @ducky_catGlasgow
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Insa Ewert
Research Fellow/ GIGA German Insitute of Global and Area Studies
Think Tank, academic
EU-China relations, trade and investment, Sino-German relations, EU politics
insa.ewert@giga-hamburg.de; insaewert@online.de
@insa_e, www.insaewert.euHamburg, Germany
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Amanda WhitfortUniversty of Hong KongAcademicEnvironment, also a barrister whitfort@hku.hk39172976HK
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Anson ChanHong Kong 2020 (pro-democracy think tank)Politician (former-)Former HK Chief-Sec. Hong Kong politicschanfanganson@gmail.comTel 2520.2383 | Fax 2520.2380HK
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Frances Eve HK-based researcher, Network of Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD)NGOChina human rights franceseve@nchrd.org(852) 6695 4083HK
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Kelly YangSCMP, The Kelly Yang Project, ScholasticMedia & EducationEducation in Hong Kong & China, social, womenkelly (at) kellyyang.edu.hk@kellyyanghkHK
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Lucetta KamProfessor, Hong Kong Baptist UniversityAcademicLGBT, sexuality, sociology, feminismlucettakam@yahoo.com.hkHK
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Maya WangHuman Rights WatchNGO China researcher for Human Rights Watchwangm@hrw.orgHK
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Meredith McBrideNon-profit
Hong kong human rights, labor rightshkhelperscampaign.comHK
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Puja KapaiUniversity of Hong Kong - Director, Center for Comparative and Public LawAcademic/LawComparitive law, Hong Kong law, social issues, domestic workers, slaverypuja@hku.hk(852) 3917 7922HK
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Shirley YamHong Kong Journalist Association NGO Press freedom, Hong Kong/Chinashirleyhkja@gmail.com9613 3828HK
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Su-Mei ThompsonWomen's FoundationNGOGender, sexuality - Hong Kong/Chinasthompson@thewomensfoundationhk.orgTel: 25811163 HK
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Susan FinderHong Kong based China law expert
Supreme People's Court Monitor
Academic/LawLaw, legal reform susan.finder@outlook.comhttps://supremepeoplescourtmonitor.com/HK
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Suzanne PepperChinese University academic, blogger at chinaelectionsblog.net/hkfocus/Author/academicHong Kong politics, China politicspepper@cuhk.edu.hkHK
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Petula HoUniversity of Hong KongAcademicGender and Sexuality Associate Professor, Department of Social Work and Social Adminstrationpsyho@hku.hk(852) 3917 2091HK
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Leta Hong FincherTsinghua/HarvardAuthor/academicGender in China. Author of Leftover Women.letahong@yahoo.comHK/US
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Claudia MoCivic Party Hong Kong (pro-democracy)Politician Hong Kong politics, press freedomcontact@msmo.hk / claudiamo.cp@gmail.com 9071 1900Hong Kong
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Denise WongRed CrossNGODisaster relief / Hong Kong Red Crosswf.wong@redcross.org.hk98426002Hong Kong
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Jo LusbyConsultantpublishing, literature, IP, creative industryjolusby@gmail.comHong Kong
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Kitty N. WongIndependent llustratorArts & CultureIllustration hello@kittynwong.com@kittynwongHong Kong
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Luiza DuarteAsia Correspondent, GloboNews TVMediaChina general news, China-Brazil relations, China-Latin America, press freedomluizaduart@gmail.com@duarteluiza_Hong Kong
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Severine ArseneResearcher, Chief editor of China Perspectives, French Centre for Research on Contemporary ChinaacademicChina general, Internet, cyber policysarsene@cefc.com.hk@severinearseneHong Kong
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Carolyn WuSpokesperson, ApplePR, techcarolyn_wu@apple.comHong Kong
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Leontine ChuangDirector, PILnet for Hong Kong Law, NGOChina law, rule of law, public interest lawlchuang@pilnet.orgHong Kong
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Gan JieProfessor of Finance, Associate Dean for Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB)AcademicChinese economy, industrial sector, banking reform, stock market governance, robotics & automation, technology innovation. Also publishes a large-scale microsurvey (2,000 companies each time) on China's industrial economy.Contact via CKGSB Communications Manager: markdreyer@ckgsb.edu.cnhttp://english.ckgsb.edu.cn/faculty_content/gan-jieHong Kong & Beijing
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Denise van der KampPhD candidate, UC BerkeleyAcademicChinese environmental politics, regulation, market governancedvanderkamp@berkeley.edu@d_vanderkampHong Kong, Berkeley
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Hui Faye XiaoAssociate Professor, Dep't of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of KansasAcademicfeminist literature, gender and family, cultural representations of divorcehxiao@ku.eduLawrence, US
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Joana MatiasMA candidate, University of Paris 8AcademicWomen's and queer literature in China and Taiwanmatiasjoanarita@gmail.comLeeds, UK
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Agatha KratzAssociate Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)Think tankChina-EU relations, Chinese outward investment, China's infrastructure diplomacyagatha.kratz@ecfr.eu; agatha.kratz@gmail.com@AgathaKratzLondon
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Eva PilsKing's College LondonAcademiclaw, human rights, politics eva.pils@kcl.ac.ukeva.pils@kcl.ac.ukLondon
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Harriet EvansProfessor, University of WestminsterAcademicsexuality; gender; Old Beijing; Chinese culture (politics & development)evansh@westminster.ac.ukPhone: 44-20-791-5000 ext 68905

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/about-us/our-people/directory/evans-harriet
London
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Jude HowellProfessor, Department of International Development, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)Academiccivil society, international NGOs, community governance, social unrestj.a.howell@lse.ac.uk44 (0)20 7955 7360

http://www.lse.ac.uk/researchAndExpertise/Experts/profile.aspx?KeyValue=j.a.howell@lse.ac.uk
London
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Julia LovellReader, Department of History, Classics and Archaeology
Birkbeck, University of London
AcademicChinese nationalism; international export of Maoism; Chinese history; Chinese literatureubra235@mail.bbk.ac.uk020 7079 0604

http://www.bbk.ac.uk/history/our-staff/academic-staff/dr-julia-lovell

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_Lovell
London
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Isabel Hilton
CEO China Dialogue Trust, Visiting professor, Lau Institute, King's College London
Academic, Think tank, Media
Politics, international affairs, climate, energy, environment
isabel.hilton@chinadialogue.net
44 (0) 20 7324 4683 (office) https://www.chinadialogue.net
London
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Kathryn RandAssistant Director, Great Britain China CentrePublic Body / Non-profit / LegalChina politics and law, UK-China relations, anti-corruption, civil society, environmental governance, LGBT rights, feminist activism, human rights, business and human rightskathryn.rand@gbcc.org.uk / katinchengdu@gmail.com
London / Beijing / Shanghai
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Melissa ChanFreelance JournalistMediaChina: general news, human rights, US-China foreign policy, Asia regional security, press freedommelissa.k.chan@gmail.com@melissakchanLos Angeles/Hong Kong
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Rya ButterfieldAssistant Professor, Nicholls State UniversityAcademicChinese political communicationrya.butterfield@nicholls.edu@RyaButterfield
985.448.4071
Louisiana, USA
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Marina SvenssonProfessor & Director
Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, Lund University
Academichuman rights;legal developments; cultural heritage; investigative journalism and China’s media ecology; documentary film and visual cultures; China’s digital society.marina.svensson@ace.lu.sehttp://www.ace.lu.se/about-the-centre/staff/marina-svenssonLund, Sweden
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Christine WongProfessor and Director of the Centre for Contemproary Chinese Studies, University of MelbourneAcademicpublic finance; centre-local relationschristine.wong@unimelb.edu.auMelbourne
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Rachel MarsdenLecturer in Art Curatorship, University of Melbourne, and Founder/Curator, 'The Temporary', Independent arts writerAcademic, curator, arts writerTranscultural curating, contemporary Chinese (and Asian) arts and culture, including social art practices; artists' residencies; creative professional development; translation, language and intercultural communication; indepedent (self) publishing.email@rachelmarsden.co.uk (61) 0401701602 www.rachelmarsden.co.uk @rachmarsden Melbourne
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June Teufel DreyerProf of Pol Science and International Studies, Univ of Miami, Coral Gables Florida
AcademicSino-Japanese relations, Taiwan, security studies, cross-strait relations, ehtnic minoritiesjdreyer@miami.edu(305) 284-2403Miami. Florida
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Alice FangUser experience researcher, Google; Master's candidate, Peking University Yenching AcademyIndustrye-commerce, technology in rural China, Chinese designalicefang@cs.stanford.eduMountain View, CA, US
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Lily KuoJournalist, Quartz, Quartz AfricamediaChinese foreign policy, China and Africa, China Taiwan, Hong Kong,Lily@qz.com@lilkuoNairobi, Kenya
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Ardi BouwersProfessor, Amsterdam University CollegeAcademic/Media
China general, politics, media, communication
ardi@chinacircle.nl
Twitter: @ardibouwers: www.chinacircle.nl
Netherlands
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