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Student fellows at the PRC Embassy

2019-2020 U.S.-China Student Fellows

Part of our work on: U.S.-China Student Fellows

Selected through a competitive process, the 2019-2020 U.S.-China Student Fellows cohort is comprised of 12 undergraduate students, representing nine top-tier U.S. and Chinese colleges and universities. Over the course of the academic year, the fellows will meet in person in Washington D.C. and Beijing, contribute blog posts, and hold online discussions around the theme "A World Order Under Stress."

John Rindone

John Rindone (SFS’20) Grateful for Georgetown Community, Pursues Graduate Study in China

When John Rindone (SFS’20) graduates this Commencement weekend, he will not only mark the end of his undergraduate degree but also reflect upon the community he has built over his four years at Georgetown.

People

Yunfei Dai portrait

Yunfei Dai

New York University Shanghai

2019-2020 Student Fellow

Cole McFaul portrait

Cole McFaul

Stanford University

2019-2020 Student Fellow

John Rindone portrait

John Rindone

Georgetown University

2019-2020 Student Fellow

Cathy Sun portrait

Cathy Sun

Harvard University

2019-2020 Student Fellow

Cindy Wang portrait

Cindy Wang

Georgetown University

2019-2020 Student Fellow

Jiaqiao Xiang portrait

Jiaqiao Xiang

New York University Shanghai

2019-2020 Student Fellow

Geng Zhao portrait

Geng Zhao

Beijing Foreign Studies University

2019-2020 Student Fellow

Events

Blog Posts

The U.S.-China Relationship Under Stress

May 4, 2020

In this blog post, the students were asked to reflect and write on the dynamics and challenges of the U.S.-China relationship during difficult times, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic. They considered a number of factors including the effects of increased competition on the bilateral…

Responses

U.S.-China Relations in the Social Media Era

January 28, 2020

Social media has been increasingly used as a means of communication between states. Political leaders and diplomats often use social media to signal intentions and engage counterparts. Social media companies like Facebook are also facing mounting criticism for their failure to censor hate speech and…

Responses