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The China Studies Program seeks to expand the study of the influence of the transnational circulation of people, technologies, commodities and ideas on contemporary culture in Chinese societies by sponsoring original commentary and analysis, developing curriculum materials and fostering networks of scholars. The mission of the program is to develop innovative approaches to the study of contemporary China through the use of advanced technologies and by means of new forms of both personal and institutional collaboration.

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Steven W. Lewis

Steven W. Lewis, Ph.D., is the C.V. Starr Transnational China Fellow and faculty advisor for the Jesse Jones Leadership Center Summer in D.C. Policy Research …
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Aynne Kokas

Aynne Kokas, Ph.D., is a nonresident scholar for the Baker Institute China Studies Program and an assistant professor of media studies at the University of …
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Brandon Zheng

Brandon Zheng is a research associate with the China Studies Program, focusing on understanding the influence of public service advertisements and political propaganda in urban public spaces. …
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