I am a Harvard-Yenching fellow at Peking University for 2007-2008 as well as a Pforzheimer Public Service fellow with Internews in Beijing. My research and advocacy focus on Internet media and e-government, in China and elsewhere.
I graduated last June from Harvard College, where I studied comparative politics and took electives in public management, in Mandarin, and in Chinese literature, philosophy and intellectual history. I was also research assistant at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School. Outside the university, I served as recruiting chair of the Humanity in Action senior fellow association, interned at Deutsche Bank Japan and at the Québec executive council, and volunteered in China and Senegal.
I came to Harvard from the United World College of the American West and am a native of Sherbrooke, Quebec.
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- August 2006
- Beijing, China
- Reflections from Beijing