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Harel Sholovitzread bio
Harel Sholovitz is an Israeli-Polish citizen. Harel graduated with distinction from leading universities in Australia, Israel and China, and received his M.A. in Development Studies from the University of Sydney in 2017, where he also won the Nicholson Medal and the Sydney Innovation Hub awards. In China, Harel had won scholarships to Tsinghua University, Fudan University and earned a diploma in Mandarin Studies from Beijing Language and Culture University. At the Yenching Academy, he intends to focus on economics and management while developing related research on social data science, making use of his bilingual proficiency in English and Hebrew and intermediate proficiency in Mandarin and Spanish. Harel previously held project and research management positions in Sydney, Budapest, Hong Kong and Tel Aviv, before being appointed to manage the operations of the Israeli Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai in 2018. A former journalist for leading Israeli media and travel photographer, he has travelled to more than 70 countries to date.
Michal Tkoczread bio
Originally from Poland, Michal Tkocz completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Cambridge in Land Economy, an interdisciplinary combination of Economics, Law, and Finance. At the Yenching Academy, Michal will be studying his core competencies within a Chinese economy context as part of the Economics and Management Master's degree concentration. After graduation, he intends to work in management consulting. Michal has a keen interest in East Asian languages and cultures. Prior to Yenching, he received the Tsuzuki Scholarship, an intensively immersive Japanese language and society programme awarded annually to ten Oxbridge graduates. Besides furthering his knowledge of Mandarin and his academic research experience, Michal hopes to involve himself in Beijing's jazz scene.