• Hallermeier Johannes Hallermeier

    Johannes Hallermeier

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  • Hongler David Hongler

    David Hongler

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    I graduated with a law degree from the University of Zurich in 2017 (both bachelor's and master's degree with distinction - magna cum laude and summa cum laude respectively) and obtained a second master's degree in China Studies with a concentration in Economics at the Yenching Academy of Peking University in Beijing, China.

    My main professional and academic interests currently revolve around three main areas. The first area is law, with particular interests in Swiss law, Migration Law, Public International Law, and China's evolving legal framework. Secondly, I am interested in the Chinese film sector, and especially the arthouse film environmment. A third field of interest is public policy at the intersection of law, society and economics (in particular systemic social inequality and migration in various political systems, but also - more specific - the interrelations of public policy and economic development in China).

  • Hopp Ty Hopp

    Ty Hopp

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  • Hou Hou Jia

    Hou Jia

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  • Houk Veronica Houk

    Veronica Houk

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  • Hu Hu Xiaoyi

    Hu Xiaoyi

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  • Hunt Ralph Alexander Hunt III

    Ralph Alexander Hunt III

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  • Jiang Jiang Anji

    Jiang Anji

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  • Jili Bulelani Jili

    Bulelani Jili

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    Bulelani Jili is a graduate of Wesleyan University, where he studied philosophy, history, government, and economics. He was a Pfeiffer Scholar, receiving a full scholarship awarded to one student based on academic excellence and leadership achievement. While at Wesleyan, he conducted research on post-apartheid education reform, democratic theory, political action, and political sociology. His honors thesis was particularly concerned with examining the structural features in democracy and American history that perpetuate inequality; moreover, it aimed at demonstrating the need for a civically inclined citizenry. Bulelani is also the founder of Middletown Potluck, an organization that was created in order to provide a platform for community members to break bread, converse, and establish partnerships to pursue social justice in the wider Middletown community. The Yenching Academy is an opportunity to help him serve South Africa and the world better. The opportunity to be in China with the Yenching Academy will greatly add to his understanding of politics and its ills, and essentially add to his ability to craft concrete public policy solutions, especially for a geopolitical landscape that is shifting towards China. He hopes to continue to apply his social science acumen to assess issues pertaining to governance and educational policies in China and South Africa.

  • Jing Jing Hao Liong

    Jing Hao Liong

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