• Celik Gozde  Celik

    Gozde Celik

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  • Chang Chang Jung-Erh

    Chang Jung-Erh

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  • Chenweiting Chen Weiting

    Chen Weiting

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  • Chianglongwen Chiang Longwen

    Chiang Longwen

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  • Clingan Madeleine May Clingan

    Madeleine May Clingan

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    Madeleine, a UK national with both Trinidadian and British heritage, graduated from the University of York where she studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics. During her time as an undergraduate, she founded York Anti-Trafficking Student Group (YATS) with a group of peers, won five consecutive international and national Model United Nations ‘Best Delegate’ Awards for her debating and negotiation skills, and worked as a Policy Advisor in the UK Civil Service. Her interest in China spans back over five years, starting when she first conducted research into modern China’s economic and social reforms. In previous trips to the country, she lived in a small town in Zhejiang province and attended Zhejiang University as a Study China scholar. As a Yenching scholar, she studies the intersection of politics and law in social spheres. Her current research focuses on Chinese social enterprises and the social and environmental safeguards employed on Chinese overseas investment projects.

  • Cotton Sonya Ruth Cotton

    Sonya Ruth Cotton

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  • Dancer Patrick Dancer

    Patrick Dancer

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  • Daniel Daniel De Oliveira Vasconcelos

    Daniel De Oliveira Vasconcelos

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    Daniel Vasconcelos studied Political Science at the University of Brasilia (UnB), Brazil. He was an academic member of two research groups headed by leading Brazilian professors, for which he studied International Relations Theory, International Law, and Society. His undergraduate thesis on international cooperation issues focused more particularly on the cooperation between Brazil and African states. After graduating, he moved to Canada, where he volunteered to teach Brazilian culture and Portuguese for a university club at Thompson Rivers University. Upon his return to Brazil, he enrolled in a Postgraduate Program in Diplomatic Studies at the International Law Center (Cedin), and wrote his thesis on the domestic sources of Chinese Foreign Policy, analyzing Chinese society, the Chinese political system, and Chinese leadership bios. During this time, he also worked as a teacher for the American School of Belo Horizonte, lecturing on Brazilian history and geography. At the Yenching Academy, he intends to improve his Chinese and broaden his knowledge of China, especially Chinese politics, society and the country’s relations with the rest of the world.

  • Demchenko Lidiia Demchenko

    Lidiia Demchenko

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  • Dunne Erin Dunne

    Erin Dunne

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