• Azizbaeva Diliaram Azizbaeva

    Diliaram Azizbaeva

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  • Chanda Sudarshana Chanda

    Sudarshana Chanda

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  • Chao Wen-Ling Chao

    Wen-Ling Chao

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    Hailing from Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Wen-Ling Chao graduated from the Chiao Tung University, with a degree in Humanities and Social Sciences. Wen-Ling’s ancestry traces back to the Shandong province of Mainland China, from which her grandparents departed for Taiwan in 1949. Wen-Ling’s inherent interest in the social identity of Taiwan and the Mainland, both on a personal and societal level, propelled her to become an exchange student at Fudan University in 2014. Her preoccupation with social issues has not been limited to the academic world. As the chief executive of the Educational Support Group for Poor Rural Children and co-founder of the Social Enterprise Thinking Club in her college, she led more than 50 students in various social service initiatives to benefit disadvantaged children and farmers in Taiwan. Wen-Ling has also hosted many activities, such as the Forum for Post 90s, where nearly 200 students from Mainland China developed a better understanding of Taiwan’s socio-politics. To her, peaceful Cross-Strait exchanges have begun, and the communication cannot stop. To continually deepen mutual understanding between the younger generations of Taiwan and the Mainland is of vital importance. She has promoted this proposition on various platforms, the value of which was recognized in the Taiwan Best Policy Open Tournament, where her proposal emerged as one of the finalists. Inspired by her time as an intern at the office of the ex-municipal chairman of the Kaohsiung City Council, Wen-Ling plans to explore at the Yenching Academy issues concerning the Asia-Pacific, specifically Cross-Strait Relations.

  • ChenZhuang Chen Zhuang

    Chen Zhuang

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  • Deng Deng Chengcheng

    Deng Chengcheng

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  • Ding Ding Lingxiao

    Ding Lingxiao

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  • Er Gökhan Er

    Gökhan Er

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  • Ersan Yagmur Ersan

    Yagmur Ersan

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  • Gal Danit Gal

    Danit Gal

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    Danit Gal is a Project Assistant Professor at the Cyber Civilization Research Center at the Keio University Global Research Institute in Tokyo, Japan. Her work centers around global strategic technology planning to maximize shared social benefit. She also chairs the IEEE P7009 standard on the Fail-Safe Design of Autonomous and Semi-Autonomous Systems. She is an Associate Fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence at the University of Cambridge, and an Affiliate at the Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University and at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University. Prior to joining Keio, Danit was a Yenching Scholar at Peking University and International Strategic Advisor to the iCenter at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. Among her current projects is an ongoing study of the unanticipated consequences of conversational AI under the Association of Pacific Rim Universities - Google research project 'AI for Everyone: Building Trust in and Benefiting from the Technology’.

  • Hou Hou Jia

    Hou Jia

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