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http://www.mceades.com/
Job Title
Writer and educator
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Currently unaffiliated; previously Fudan University and Shanghai International Studies University
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Cities, Culture, Democracy, Diplomacy, Education, Ethics, Human Rights, Justice, Migration, War, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
American writer and educator based in Shanghai, China. Has taught at Fudan University, Shanghai International Studies University, and in the private sector in Shanghai. Current writing interests focus on social and cultural factors in Sino-Western relations, Sino-Western international education and cultural exchange, and Shanghai as an emerging global metropolis.

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At 8:52pm on January 21, 2014, Miho Suzuki said…

Hi,MARK,

Thank you for added me!

I'm from Japan,but I have been in China 3years,and then I'm Bowling green Ohio now!

good see you!

Miho Suzuki

At 8:50pm on August 24, 2013, Elvis Diao said…

Hey Mark, nice to meet you,,all your best. Elvis

At 1:17am on August 24, 2013, clearlaughter said…

Hi Mark,

    Good to know you.

     And i've changed my english name to "camellia", which is a kind of flower i like. Anyway, you could call me "xiaoxiao" (笑笑), my chinese name.

    I've seen your profile. You have taught at Fudan Universtiy, that's cool. I'm in Renmin University, Beijing. I study the international politics and journalism.

    I'm happy if I could contribute something to your research. Of course, the term "human rights" have different meanings in Chinese and western contexts. When it comes to rural migrants, I have intervieweed some of them. It's really a centered topic in China.

Look forward to your reply. 

Best,

Xiaoxiao

 
 
 

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