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  • Sarwer Amna Sarwer

    Amna Sarwer

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    Amna Sarwer, born in 1989 in Sialkot, Pakistan, is currently based in Islamabad. She graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons) Economics from the Government College University, Lahore, before completing her M.Phil in Economics at the Pakistan Institute of Development Economics in Islamabad with notable distinctions. Her Master’s thesis, for which she was awarded the prestigious HEC-UNDP research fellowship, was based on regional inequality and quality of life in Pakistan. Sarwer has more than 3 years of experience working with the government, the private sector and nonprofits on humanitarian, economic assistance and social development issues. She led country-wide discussions with parliamentarians and senators to advocate political decentralization and a pluralistic constitution while working at the Pakistan Study Group on Federalism. Currently, she is working with the Ministry of Planning Development and Reform, and with the Mayor of Islamabad on urban planning, governance, sustainable development goals and micro-planning. Sarwer is an active member of Woman Action Forum (WAF) where she advocates for the rights of women and social drop-outs in Pakistan. She has a deep academic interest in the history of socialism in China, and in the public policy and governance aspects of China’s political and planning institutions. At the Yenching Academy, she intends to concentrate in Politics and International Relations.

  • Saubier Julia Eugénie Augustias Calleja Saubier

    Julia Eugénie Augustias Calleja Saubier

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    Julia Saubier, 22, graduated magna cum laude from New York University Abu Dhabi in December 2016 with a major in Social Research & Public Policy and concentrations in Film & New Media Production and Political Science. As an undergraduate student, Julia has studied in Buenos Aires, Paris, and Washington, DC, and pursued internships in Hamburg, Jerusalem, London, and New York. In addition to interning for Wes Anderson's upcoming stop-motion animation Isle of Dogs, Julia has produced several short films, including the world's first interactive live-action narrative short, and a short film set to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this May. At Yenching Academy, Julia hopes to explore how China's film distribution network and dynamic technological market are creating the frameworks of possibility for the global film industry. She hopes to use her studies in Economics and Management to inform her understanding of how China’s rising demand for film and entertainment can spearhead a global commitment to industry-wide diversity and inclusion best practices. Originally from Manila, Philippines and Lyons, France, Julia is currently based in London, the United Kingdom where she is working for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.

  • Shaoxinyu Shao Xinyu

    Shao Xinyu

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  • Shepeijie She Peijie

    She Peijie

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  • Shumeng Shu Meng

    Shu Meng

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  • Singal Suvina Singal

    Suvina Singal

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  • Sngkenneth Kenneth Sng

    Kenneth Sng

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  • Sugiantoro Aden Sugiantoro

    Aden Sugiantoro

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  • SzeManuen Manuen Catherine Sze

    Manuen Catherine Sze

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  • Tangxiaozhou Tang Xiaozhou

    Tang Xiaozhou

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