Bhim Subba (Chinese Studies in India Program Visiting Fellow, 2016-17) is guest co-editor (with Jabin T. Jacob) of a special issue of China Report on the “CPC’s Hundredth Anniversary” (Vol.58 (1), February 2022). The special issue features an editors’ introduction, “Towards Exceptionalism: The Communist Party of China and Its Uses of History,” and includes articles by HYI alumni He Bixiao (“‘Yelling at the Masses’: Making Propaganda Audible in the Communist Revolution”) and Anand P. Krishnan (“Vanguard to Periphery: The CPC’s Changing Narrative on the Labour Question”).
Do Dieu Khue (HYI New Approaches in Asia-Pacific Historical and Contemporary Studies Training Program Visiting Fellow, 2019-20) is author of “Japanese “Blood” in the 1979 Sino-Vietnamese Border War: Isao Takano and Vietnam” in Journal of Vietnamese Studies (2021) 16 (4).
He Bixiao (Chinese Politics Training Program Visiting Scholar, 2016-17) is author of “‘Yelling at the Masses’: Making Propaganda Audible in the Communist Revolution” in China Report (2022): 1-13.
Joon-Hwan Kim (HYI Visiting Scholar, 2003-04; Associate, 2012-13 and 2019-20) is co-editor and translator of the leading Nigerian poet Niyi Osundare’s Korean selected poems, titled 『바다 건너 가교를』 (Bridge across the Seas), Geulnurim Non-Western Literature #14, Geulnurim, December 2021. This Korean edition includes the editor’s introduction and notes.
Kang Jin-A (Visiting Scholar, 2018-19) is author of “Chinese Merchants in Japan and Korea” in Oxford Encyclopedia of Asian Commercial History. Ed. David Ludden. New York: Oxford University Press, 2022 January 28.
Huck-ju Kwon (Visiting Scholar, 2013-14) is co-editor of International Development Cooperation of Japan and South Korea: New Strategies for an Uncertain World (Springer, 2022).
Trang Phan (Visiting Scholar, 2020-21) is co-author of “Deriving four generalizations about nominals in three classifier languages” in Canadian Journal of Linguistics, Vol. 66, Issue 4, December 2021.
Yang Shen (Chinese Politics Training Program Visiting Fellow, 2018-19) and Wu Fengshi (Visiting Scholar, 2008-09) are co-authors of “From Online Mass Incidents to Defiant Enclaves: Political Dissent on China’s Internet” in The China Journal, 87(1) 20-39.
Zhu Xufeng (Visiting Scholar, 2008-09) was appointed as Executive Associate Dean of the School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University in August 2021. He was also nominated by UN Secretary-General António Guterres and appointed by the Economic and Social Council as a member of the Committee for Development Policy (CDP) for the term starting 1 January 2022.