• Tiu Christine Anne Tiu

    Christine Anne Tiu

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    Christine is 23 years old and from Manila, the Philippines. She majored in Business Management and minored in Chinese Studies at the Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines, where she graduated magna cum laude. Her involvement with the local government as a Youth Council Chairperson and with various sector-based organizations exposed her to the Philippines’ social realities at a young age, leading her to co-found the first campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity Philippines, as well as an award-winning social enterprise providing alternative livelihood for women through fashion. While working full-time as general manager of a Hong Kong-based international beverage chain in the Philippines, Christine also worked for Ashoka Philippines and helped establish a non-profit seeking to restructure the agricultural model for farmers in rural indigenous communities. As a Yenching Scholar, Christine will pursue Economics and Management as her research area. She hopes to gain a deeper understanding of social entrepreneurship, private philanthropy and volunteerism in China.

  • Tupler Joshua Tupler

    Joshua Tupler

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  • Warwick Aliza Warwick

    Aliza Warwick

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  • Wobradley Bradley Robert Wo

    Bradley Robert Wo

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    Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Bradley Wo graduated from Stanford University with a Bachelor’s degree in Science in Science, Technology, and Society in 2017. He completed a thesis on the impact of design thinking on Indian development from a postcolonial perspective. Stemming from a childhood filled with fond memories of cultural traditions and family dishes, Bradley’s relationship with China goes deeper than simply an academic or professional one. Bradley has spent time in China to assist in the operations of Global Natural History Day, an international science fair collaboration hosted by the Behring Global Education Foundation. Most recently, he has traveled to Brazil, India, and Uganda in the International Honors Program’s Social Entrepreneurship track. At the Yenching Academy, he will focus on Law and Society to better understand how China’s legal frameworks and social structures affect philanthropy and corporate social responsibility. This will, hopefully, give him the means to identify areas of cross-sector collaboration in development and aid.

  • Zambrano Fajardo Ilse Andrea Zambrano Fajardo

    Ilse Andrea Zambrano Fajardo

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  • Zhangcaroline Caroline Zhang

    Caroline Zhang

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