- Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences
Current Research Projects and Interests: Chinese Migration Overseas; Sino-Southeast Asian Relations; the Role of the Ethnic Chinese in the Asia-Pacific Region.
1.The Role of Ethnic Chinese in the International Relations. Beijing: Xinhua Press, 2003, 245 pp. (This book was based on a research project funded by China’s National Foundation of Social Sciences in 1999, and was awarded the First Prize in the 7th Shanghai Excellent Productions of Social Sciences Research (2002-2003).
2. Chinese Americans and Their Cultural Changes. Shanghai: Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Press, 1998, 172 pp.
1.“New Overseas Chinese/Ethnic Chinese and the Development of People-to-People Relationship——A Case study on the People-to-People Relations between China and Singapore.” Overseas Chinese History Studies, Beijing, No.2, 2007, pp.7-22.
2.“Migrants, Nationalism and Transnationalism in the Post-Cold War Period: A Case Study on the American Chinese.” Overseas Chinese History Studies, Beijing, No.1, 2006, pp.18-29.
3.“Migration in Southeast Asia since 1990: Problems and Prospect.” Journal of Social Sciences, Shanghai, No.12, 2005, pp. 32-40.
4.“Localization and Globalization of Contemporary International Migration: Analysis from Perspective of Transnationalism.” Contemporary International Relations, Beijing, No.8, 2004, pp.18-24. (Reprinted in Chinese Social Sciences Digest. Beijing, No.6, 2004, pp. 58-60, and awarded the Second Prize in the 8th Shanghai Excellent Productions of Social Sciences Research (2004-2005).
5.“Riots in Indonesia: Dilemma of Chinese Minority and Their Options in the Context of Multi-bilateral Relations.” Journal of Asian Studies, Hong Kong, No.46, 2003, pp. 102-129.
6.“Chinese Education and Sino-Southeast Asian Interactions during the Post-Cold War Period.” Journal of Asian Studies, Hong Kong, No.43, 2002, pp.184-203.
Professor Kimiya teaches comparative politics in the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. He received his M.A. in Politics from the University of Tokyo and his Ph.D. in Comparative Politics from Korea University. His past research has focused on the political economy of South Korea and Northeast international relations. He has also done research on Taiwan, the United States, China, North Korea and Russia.
As a professor of political science, Dr. Huan has done extensive research on the German Green Party and the European Greens as a whole. He is a leading scholar on environmental politics in China. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from Shandong University in 1997. Supported by the EU-China Higher Education Cooperation Programme and the DAAD-K.C. Wong Research Fellowship respectively, he studied at Luneburg University between 1998-99 and at Dusseldorf University in 2002.
Nishino Junya is Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Faculty of Law and Politics, Keio University. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from Yonsei University. His research focuses on contemporary Korean politics, international relations of East Asia and Japan-Korea relations. Previously he served as a Special Analyst on Korean Affairs in the Intelligence and Analysis Service of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2006-2007), and was a Special Assistant on Korean Politics at the Japanese Embassy in Seoul (2002-2004).
GAO Ming received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from Peking University. In 2011, he joined the master's program of Regional Studies - East Asia at Harvard University. His academic interests range from the sovereignty debt problem and the international monetary system to the financial crisis, in the perspective of international political economy.