Female Experts on Hong Kong, Macau, Mainland China and Taiwan
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Open editing is now disabled but list is still crowdsourced. Email contact@joannachiu.com to submit new entries or alter existing entries. Greater China Female Experts - Open directory Use Ctrl + F to search names or keywordsA NüVoices crowdsourced project - https://nuvoices.com/List for Japan and Koreas: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1U6lKl3YOqPTeASp0VX__AhJUsbdBiQl8GUVDKjrCkt8/edit#gid=0Definition of "expert" is broad - no degrees or involvement in academia required. Information listed could be outdated or inaccurate. NüVoices conducts basic vetting, but is not liable for quality of commentary by experts listed. All female-identified persons, people of all political views are welcome. SECURITY NOTICE: Please report to administrator if your private information was listed without your consent or if you would like to be removed from this list. contact@joannachiu.com
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NameTitle + Institution or Affiliations Category Areas of ExpertiseEmailPhone/Twitter/WebsiteLocation/NotesLanguages Spoken
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Abigail CoplinPhD Candidate, Columbia University. Post-doc at Yale University as of 7/1/2017.AcademicScience and technology (esp. biotechnology), tech policy, state-society relations, sociology.aec2168@columbia.eduNew York and New Haven
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Abigail GraceBerkman Center, Harvard UniversityThink TankU.S. strategic competition with China, Indo-Pacific strategy, Chinese approaches to multilateralism, Northeast Asia’s regional security architecture.agrace@cnas.org@abigailcgraceWashington, DC
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Afra WangMA/MSc, Columbia University & LSE; contributor of New York Times Chinese Academic; MediaInternational history, US-China relations, Hong Kong issueszw2398@columbia.edu@afrazhaowangLondon
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Agatha KratzAssociate Director, Rhodium GroupThink tank
Chinese economic and infrastructure diplomacy, Belt and Road, EU-China relations, and Chinese outward investment”
akratz@rhg.com@AgathaKratzLondon
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Agnes Schick-ChenProfessor of Sinology, Department of East Asian Studies, University of ViennaAcademicTaiwan; China's political development; China's legal development
agnes.schick-chen@univie.ac.at
Vienna
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Alanna KrolikowskiPrinceton-Harvard China CenterAcademic@AK_AlannaUS
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Aleksandra Kubat
PhD candidate in Chinese Studies Research at King's College London
Academic
Chinese political system, elite politics, party schools system and cadre training, contemporary political ttheory, research methods and methodologies in contemporary China Studies.
aleksandra.kubat@kcl.ac.uk@aleKubatLondon
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Ali SzalwinskiDirector of the Political and Security Affairs program, The National Bureau of Asian ResearchThink tankU.S.-China political and security relationsaszalwinski@nbr.org@aliszaliUS
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Alice EkmanHead of China Research, Center for Asian Studies, Institut Français des Relations Internationales (IFRI)Think TankChina, Taiwan, South Koreaekman@ifri.org@alice_ekman https://www.ifri.org/fr/a-propos/equipe/alice-ekmanParis
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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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Alice MillerChina leadership monitor, Hoover InstitutionAcademicChina elite politics
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Alice Slevison
Senior Asia Pacific Analyst at Allan & Associates, Australian Strategic Policy Institute, China Desk: Australian Government
Political risk, Think-tank, Government
Australia-China relations; Security in China/HK/TW, Chinese maritime interests
alice.slevison@gmail.com; aslevison@allan-assoc.com
@aliceslevison 44 07513 699 007 London
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Alison FriedmanArtistic Director, Hong Kong West Kowloon Cultural CenterCultural Policy, U.S.-China cultural diplomacyalison@pingpongarts.orghttps://twitter.com/alisonmfriedman?lang=enHong Kong
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Alison M. Friedman Ping Pong Productions 乒乓策划founder/directorChina and international performing arts exchange, dance, theater - West Kowloon Cultural District Authority's Artistic Director alison@pingpongarts.orgwww.pingpongarts.org / @pingpongarts
Beijing, China / Washington DC, USA NOTE: Not sure about current role
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Alka Acharya Professor, Centre for East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 110067AcademicChines economy, Sino-Indian border disputeNew Delhi
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Allison MooreSenior Access to Justice Expert, United Nations Development Programme, Myanmar Rule of lawOtherRule of Lawallison.moore@undp.org, allisonhopemoore@yahoo.comMyanmar
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Amanda ShumanUniversity of FreiburgAcademicPRC history, sports and running in China, digital humanities, China-Africa relations under Maoamanda.shuman@sinologie.uni-freiburg.de@AmandaUCSC www.amandashuman.netGermany
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Amanda WhitfortUniversty of Hong KongAcademicEnvironment, also a barrister whitfort@hku.hk39172976HK
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Amy ChangHarvard Belfer Center, Cyber Security ProjectPolicy, think tank, academicU.S.-China, cybersecurity, Chinese foreign policy, Chinese military and security@quelquefoisUS
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Amy HanserAssociate Professor, Sociology, University of British ColumbiaAcademicConsumption and Inequality in Chinahanser@interchange.ubc.cahttps://soci.ubc.ca/persons/amy-hanser/Vancouver, BC Canada
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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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An Xiao MinaBerkman Center, Harvard Universitytech, mediasocial media, internet culture, censorship@anxiaostudio
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Andrea LingenfelterUniversity of San FranciscoLiterary translator/academicTranslation, contemporary poetry and fiction, women writers, Hong Kong, Shanghaiondi@speakeasy.org ; ondi.lingenfelter@gmail.com@OndiLingSan Francisco
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Andrea MylesChina Australia Millenial ProjectIncubatorChina-Australia relationsandrea@australiachina.orghttps://twitter.com/BeijingBettySydney, Australia
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Angel HsuAssistant Professor, Environmental Studies, Yale-NUS College/Yale UniversityAcademicEnvironmental Policy, U.S.-China Relations on Climate Changeangel.hsu.05@gmail.comhttps://twitter.com/ecoangelhsu?lang=enNew Haven, CT
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Angharad FletcherPhD Candidate: University of Hong Kong and King's College, LondonAcademicHistory of disease, colonial history, war crimes in the Asia-Pacific, gender and labour history in Hong Kong and the PRCangharad.fletcher@kcl.ac.ukLondon and Hong Kong
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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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Ann HussAssociate Master and Dean of General Education, Morningside CollegeAcademic20th Century Chinese Literature ahuss@cuhk.edu.hkHong Kong
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Ann LeeNew York UniversityacademicChina U.S. relationsann@professorannlee.comprofessorannlee.com/NYC
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Ann WangPhotographer for ReutersMedia
Conflict on Myanmar China boarder, migration, environmental, public health in south east asia

annwphoto@gmail.com
annwang077
integrate: annwang077
www.annwphoto.com

Yangon, Myanmar (but am Taiwanese)
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Anna Lora-Wainwright
Associate Professor, University of Oxford
Academicenvironment, geography of China
anna.lora-wainwright@ouce.ox.ac.uk
Oxford
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Anne Henochowiczfreelance translator, former Translations Editor at China Digital Timesmediainternet culture, censorship, resistance discourse
annemh@alumni.upenn.edu@annemhdc
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Anne Marie-Brady Global Fellow at the Wilson Center, Editor-in-chief of The Polar Journal, Professor in Political Science, University of Canterbury, NZ.AcademicChinese propaganda system, Chinese media, China's foreign propaganda, CCP politics and the Party-State relationship, China's polar and maritime policies, One Belt One Road policy, China and South Pacific, China and Arctic, China and Antarctica, foreigners in China, New Zealand-China relations, China's global rise anne-marie.brady@canterbury.ac.nz@thepolarjournalNew Zealand
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Anne ShermanState Department-China Desk. Carnegie-Tsinghua Centergovernment/think tankUS-China relationsannensherman@gmail.com@annesher07Washington, D.C.
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Anne Stevenson-Yang Co-founder, J Capital Research ResearchChina economy anne@jcapitalresearch.com Beijing
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Anne ThurstonProfessor, Johns Hopkins SAISAcademicTibet, grassroots organizing, civil society, NGOs
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Annemieke van den DoolUniversity of Amsterdam & Harvard Law SchoolAcademicLegislative politics, law, environment, food/agriculture
avddool@gmail.com@SinoEnvironMiek
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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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Ardi BouwersProfessor, Amsterdam University CollegeAcademic/Media
China general, politics, media, communication
ardi@chinacircle.nl
Twitter: @ardibouwers: www.chinacircle.nl
Netherlands
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Ashley JohnsonProject Associate, The National Bureau of Asian ResearchThink Tankenergy and climate policy; U.S.- Asia energy/trade relations; water issues in China, India, Bangladesh; climate change adaption and mitigationajohnson@nbr.org@ashjohnson812Washington, DC
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Astrid Møller-Olsen
PhD candidate, Centre for Languages and Literature, Lund University
Contemporary Sinophone fiction: urban fiction, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei, literary sense-scapes, memory studies, narrative time and spaceastrid.moller-olsen@ostas.lu.se
http://www.sol.lu.se/en/person/AstridMollerOlsen/ and https://writingchina.net/
Lund, Sweden
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Astrid NordinLecturer, Lancaster University, Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion and Associate Director, Institute for Social FuturesAcademicChinese international relations, Chinese culture, Chinese academics, online culturea.nordin@lancaster.ac.ukTel 0044(0)1524592422UK
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Audrye Wong
PhD Candidate, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University
Academic, Think tank
China's economic statecraft, China's overseas influence, Belt and Road Initiative, China's foreign relations, China-SE Asia relations, China-US relations, Northeast Asia alliances
audryewong@gmail.comwww.audryewong.comUSA
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Aurora BewickeChina Program Director, International Bridges to Justice; LawyerNon-profit/LegalRule of Law, criminal justice, international law and human rights standardsabewicke@ibj.org, abewicke@bewickelaw.com
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Aynne KokasAssistant Professor, Media Studies, University of VirginiaAcademicChina's Foregin Relationsak3ff@virginia.eduhttps://twitter.com/shotinshanghai?lang=enCharlottesville, VA
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Babette Radclyffe-Thomas
PhD candidate at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts LondonAcademic/IndustryChinese fashion and beauty, Chinese fashion media/identity and gender studies.
babettescarlet@gmail.com@chicstrangerHK
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Barbara Carletta ChenChina Undergraduate Admissions Representative, University of Tulsa. Member: International Association of College Admissions CounselorsEducation
Chinese (Mainland) Higher Education, Chinese Secondary Education, college admissions, educational transitions, educational migration
bchen715@yahoo.comWhite__rice (that's two underscores)Beijing
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Beth NotarAssociate Professor of Anthropology, Trinity College AcademicContemporary China; the relationship between representations in popular culture, tourism and transformations of place in southwest China.beth.notar@trincoll.edu
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Bi-yu ChangSenior Teaching Fellow (Department of Politics and International Studies), Deputy Director (Center of Taiwan Studies), SOASAcademicThe politics of culture in Taiwan.bc18@soas.ac.ukLondon, UK
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Bonnie GlaserDirector, China Power Project, CSISThink tankTaiwan, South China Sea, Chinese foreign and security policy, US-China relationsbglaser@csis.orghttps://www.csis.org/people/bonnie-s-glaser (202) 775-3103 OR: 202.775.3242 US
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Bonny LinRAND
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Cai MeinaProfessor, Univ of Connecticut Academic Asian studies, interdiscriplinary Meina.Cai@uconn.eduhttp://asianamerican.uconn.edu/faculty/core/meina/US
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Caitlin CampbellSenior Policy Analyst, U.S.-China Economic and Security Review CommissionResearchChinese foreign policy and national securityUS
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Calla WiemerProfessor, University of the PhilippinesAcademicChinese economy; Chinese economic relations with Southeast Asiacalla.wiemer@econ.upd.edu.phwww.callawiemer.comPhilippines
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Cara WallisAssociate Professor, Department of Communication, Texas A&M UniversityResearchgender, class, migration, mobile media, social media, Internet culture, ethnographycwallis@tamu.edu@carawallisTexas
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Carla Freeman, PhDJohns Hopkins SAISAcademiccfreeman5@jhu.edu
202-663-5890 http://www.fpi.sais-jhu.edu/
US
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Carla P. FreemanAssociate Res. Professor, Johns Hopkins SAISacademicChina international governance; environment; security
cfreeman5@jhu.edu@sinocentric; 202-663-5890US
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Carlotta Clivio
PhD Candidate, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, LSE
Academic, Think tank
China's climate diplomacy and environmental policy
@carlottaclivio
http://www.lse.ac.uk/GranthamInstitute/profile/carlotta-clivio
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Carma Elliot
Director China, British Council / Minister (Culture and Education), British Embassy Beijing
Education
China general, UK-China relations, State-Society relations, Culture, Education
Carma.Elliot@britishcouncil.org.cn
note: former diplomatBeijing
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Carolyn Cartier
Professor, University of Technology Sydney
human geography and China studiesCarolyn.Cartier@uts.edu.auSydney
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Carolyn WuSpokesperson, ApplePR, techcarolyn_wu@apple.comHong Kong
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Casey Hall
Freelance journalist/contributor of China content for WWD, SCMP, CNN, Forbes, International New York Times, WSJ Asia
Media
Chinese consumers, fashion, luxury, design, interior design, retail, beauty, e-commerce.
casey@caseyhall.me8615821850702 / @shanghaicaseyShanghai
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Caterina BellinettiPhD Student, University of GlasgowresearchSecond Sino-Japanese war, Chinese photography, Propaganda, Maoism, Chinese female iconography m.bellinetti.1@research.gla.ac.uk
@ducky_catGlasgow
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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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Cathy BarbashIndependent producer, consultantArts & CultureCultural policy reform, cultural industry development-performing arts, cultural project creation and management, PR for cultural sectorcbarbash@yahoo.com
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Cathy SilberSkidmore CollegeAcademicAsian, Chinese literaturecsilber@skidmore.edu
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Caylan FordIndependent documentarian, scholarAcademic, documentaryHuman rights, Chinese external perception management, Falun Gong, political violencecaylanf@gwu.eduToronto
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Cecilie Figenschou BakkeChina and East Asia Director, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of OsloAcademicChina, human rights, dialogue, c.f.bakke@nchr.uio.noOslo
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Ceren ErgencAssociate Professor in China Studies, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool UniversityAcademicChina, local politics, political participation, public policy, urban politics, comparative politics (India), Belt & Road Initative, China-Turkey relations Ceren.Ergenc@xjtlu.edu.cnhttps://twitter.com/CerenJilanSuzhou, China
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Chang YiyangSenior Analyst, Emerging StrategyresearchChina Education, Edtech
yiyang.chang@emerging-strategy.com
(+86) 21 6191 1101Shanghai
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Charlene BarshefskyWilmerHale
trade
charlene.barshefsky@wilmerhale.com
Washington
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Charlene Chuprior Fitch, current Autonomous Research
AcademicChina's economy (debt, credit bubble, etc.)
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Chen Hui-lingPartner, Winkler PartnersLaw/FinanceData Privacy, Insurance, Corporate Law, Litigationhchen@winklerpartners.comhttp://www.winklerpartners.com/?page_id=163Taipei, Taiwan
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Chen-Yi Tu (Crystal)PhD candidate, Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan Universty & core-team member, Open Knowledge TaiwanAcademicMarine science and maritime affair in Asia-Pacifictu.chenyi@gmail.com@crystaltu_Taipei
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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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Chichi PengPhD student in the University of California, Santa Barbara/ President of North American Taiwan Studies AssociationacademicTaiwan history, modern Chinese history, Sino-US relations, Asian American history chitingpeng@gmail.com@chichi_pengUS
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Christina Larson China Correspondent, Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg News; previously writer at Science magazine and Foreign PolicyMediaChina: science, technology, innovation, environment, culturechristina.larson@gmail.com@larsonchristina, www.christina-larson.comBeijing
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Christina LinNonresident Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations at SAIS-Johns Hopkins University. Research consultant for Jane's Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Intelligence Centre at IHS Markit.
Academic/Media
China-Middle East/Mediterranean relations
Clin27@jhu.edu
202-663-5882
http://transatlanticrelations.org/fellows/christina-lin/
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Christina XuEthnographer industryChina, mobile, youth, subculturechristina.k.xu@gmail.com@xuhulk
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Christina Yuen Zi ChungPhD student, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, University of WashingtonAcademic
Arts & Culture
Hong Kong art, Chinese contemporary art, feminist studiescyuenzi@uw.eduUS
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Christine ChenPartner, Winkler PartnersLaw/FinanceIntellectual Property, Employment (Immigration) Lawcchen@winklerpartners.comhttp://www.winklerpartners.com/?page_id=608Taipei, Taiwan
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Christine Susanna TjhinSenior Researcher, Centre for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) IndonesiaThinktankChina's diplomacy; Indonesia China partnership; Pluralism in Indonesia & Chinese Indonesian politicschristine.tjhin@csis.or.id@cataya, www.csis.or.idJakarta, Indonesia.
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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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Claire ReadeCSIS, Senior Associate, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer Senior Counselthink tank, law China trade and investmentclaire.reade@apks.comWashington DC
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Clara GillispieSenior Director for Trade, Economic, and Energy Affairs at the National Bureau of Asian ResearchThink Tanktrade, economic, energy, environment, innovation, IP; US-China relations; China-Asia relations; China-Russia relationscgillispie@nbr.org@claireuh
http://nbr.org/About/team.aspx?id=63dc43eb-526b-4910-935f-5bace9b99841
USA (Washington, D.C.)
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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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Cora Francisca JungbluthProject Manager in “Shaping Sustainable Economies” program at Bertelsmann StiftungAcademicBusiness and Cultural Studies, (Chinese Studies).cora.jungbluth@bertelsmann-stiftung.dehttps://www.bertelsmann-stiftung.de/en/about-us/who-we-are/contact/profile/cid/cora-francisca-jungbluth/Gütersloh, Germany
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Cristina Garafolathink tankChinese security, Chinese miliary, Myanmargarafola@rand.org@CLGarafolaUS
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Crystyl MoAcademy Chair, China & Korea, World's 50 Best Restaurants; Partner & Strategic Advisor, Bon App; Holistic CoachFood/Technology/WellnessFood and Restaurants, Shanghai F&B, Apps and Start-Ups, Holistic Health and Functional Medicine, former China Correspondentc@crystyl.comwww.crystyl.comShanghai/US
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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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Danielle CavePhD scholar, Coral Bell School for Asia Pacific Affairs, Australian National University + Google Policy Fellow Digital Asia Hub, Hong KongThink tankAsian cyber & geopolitics, Australia-Asia relations, China in the Pacific Islands Danielle.Cave@anu.edu.au@DaniellesCave and @TheManelLogTaipei (but often in Canberra, Hong Kong)
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Dao NguyenEssenzia, founder CEOBusiness /researchCartography of taste : smell and taste. Fragrance, cosmetics, fine food #TasteOfChinahello@essenziabydao.comessenziabydao.comParis, France
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Dawn MurphyAssistant Professor, International Security Studies, U.S. Air War CollegeAcademicChina's relations with the Middle East and Africa, Chinese foreign policy
dcmurphy@gwmail.gwu.edu
Montgomery, AL
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Deborah BrautigamBernard L. Schwartz Professor of International Political Economy and Director of the International Development Program (IDEV), and the China Africa Research Initiative (CARI) at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DCAcademic/ResearchChina in Africa, Chinese foreign aid and investmentdbrautigam@jhu.eduhttps://deborahbrautigam.com/
http://www.chinaafricarealstory.com/
@D_Brautigam
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Deborah DavisProfessor, Yale UniversityAcademicProfessor, Yale UniversityDeborah.Davis@yale.eduNew Haven, CT
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Deborah SeligsohnUniversity of California, San DiegoacademicEnvironment, energy, climate change, regulatory affairs in US, China, Indiadjseligsohn@gmail.com>
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Denise HoAssistant Professor, History, Yale UniversityAcademic20th Century Chinese history, Society and Culture during the Mao eradenise.ho@yale.eduhttps://history.yale.edu/people/denise-y-ho New Haven, CT
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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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