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Year Nationality Name Position Then Topic of Research Plan
India Prashant Kumar SINGH
Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), New Delhi
Xi Jinping’s Fight against Corruption: Political Reforms or Consolidation?
Germany Alexander KAIS
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Legal Pluralism, Reform Politics, and Ethnic Tensions: The Zongli Yamen in the Qing Empire
Thailand Saeli RAMPHAI
Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University
Germany Axel SCHNEIDER
Centre for Modern East Asian Studies, Göttingen University
Conservative Critique of and Reflection on Modern Notions of Time and History
UK Shiuon CHU
Brown University
The Price of Learning: Essay Competitions and Monetary Rewards in Qing Academies (18th Century to 20th Century)
Belgium Lutgard LAMS
KU Leuven Campus Brussels
Discursive Analysis of Campaign Rhetoric for the 2016 ROC Presidential Elections
Canada Kelly Anne HAMMOND
University of Arkansas
The Conundrum of Collaboration: Japanese Involvement with Muslims in North China, ca. 1931-1945
Italy Corrado NERI
University Jean Moulin, Lyon 3
Sinophone Success: The Cultural, Industrial and Geopolitical Dynamics of the Dissemination of Chinese Cinema
Korea Sookhee BAE
Hongik University
The Group of Public Officials Who Passed Leishengshi (類省試) in Sichuan(四川)during the Southern Sung Period and the Meeting of Those Officials from Sichuan
Netherlands Mark MEULENBELD
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Environment Cures Self: The Ritual Ecology of Local Communities in China and Taiwan