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2020 ICSA Annual Conference (Nov. 20-21, 2020)

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Conference Date: November 20-21, 2020

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Call for Papers —the 3rd International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA) Annual Conference 

November 20-21, 2020

 Deadline for Submissions: October 2, 2020

Conference Venue: Virtual


We are pleased to announce that the 3rd Annual Conference of the International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA) will be held online from November 20-21, 2020 (Hong Kong/Beijing Time). 


Since the first case of COVID-19 was identified in Wuhan, COVID-19 has been spreading rapidly across the world. Various public health measures, including school dismissals, public space closures, and city lockdowns, have been implemented in different societies. Those measures are affecting billions of people’s day-to-day lives and professional activities (including our own annual meeting at Oxford University).  In the global fight against COVID-19, the approach, feasibility, and effectiveness of outbreak response efforts and policy measures vary across sociocultural contexts and institutional regimes. The 2020 ICSA annual conference invites papers on the conference themed as Families, Communities, and Nation States in the Time of Global Crisis. Papers offering theoretical and empirical insights to explain the diverse responses to, and implications of, the current COVID-19 global crisis are particularly welcome. The conference also welcomes submissions on other topics of interest to the ICSA members.


Both complete papers and extended paper abstracts in English will be considered. Extended abstracts must contain sufficient details to suggest timely completion (normally, 5 pages or more). Please provide all authors’ names, organizational affiliations, and email addresses.


ICSA is also inviting graduate students to compete for the ICSA 2020 Nan Lin Graduate Student Paper Award. One paper (published or unpublished) will be selected and the award will be announced and presented with a plaque and a check of USD 500 (by mail). 


To be considered for the Nan Lin Paper Award, papers must be (1) authored by student(s) only, (2) in English, and (3) to be presented at the 2020 ICSA Conference. Student status must be valid as of the end of 2020. Only complete papers will be considered. Please mark *Nan Lin Paper Award* in the Subject Area when submitting online.


Instructions for Paper Submissions

The ICSA Paper Submission Information Submission Site will be available on August 7th at http://icsa-sociology.org. The submission deadline is October 2nd, 2020.. In the event of any technical difficulties, submissions may be emailed to Shaoping She (spshe@ust.hk).  

Please note that conference participation requires membership in the ICSA. The ICSA board has unanimously agreed to extend our current membership for one more year WITHOUT additional payment of membership fee this year. If you are not an active member yet (i.e., you were not a member in 2019), please become a member first through ICSA’s new homepage: http://icsa-sociology.org. The membership fees: $10 for student memberships, $30 for regular membership fee, and $600 for the lifetime membership fee. There will be no registration fees for the virtual conference.

The International Chinese Sociological Association (ICSA) is a nonprofit organization, registered in both California, USA and Hong Kong SAR, China, which aims to promote social scientific research on Chinese societies, cultures, and populations in the world.  


Important Dates

August 7, 2020: On-line submission site opens.
Oct 2, 2020: Submission deadline.
Oct 16, 2020: Formal acceptance letters by email.
Oct 30, 2020: Provisional program available on the website.
Nov 13, 2020: Full papers due to organizers/presiders/discussants.
Nov 20-21 2020: Conference.



Selected papers presented in the conference will be invited for submission to the following peer review journals:          

1.  Chinese Journal of Sociology (CJS) (eISSN: 20571518 | ISSN: 2057150X), founded in 2015 and published by SAGE, is a peer-reviewed, international journal issued by Shanghai University and co-sponsored with Princeton’s Center on Contemporary China (CCC), with an aim to building an academic platform for in-depth discussion of the issues facing contemporary Chinese society from the sociological perspectives.

2.   China Review (ISSN: 16802012), published by Chinese University Press in Hong Kong, is the only China-based English journal devoted to the study of Greater China and its people. The journal’s SSCI Impact Factor 0.694 in 2017, being ranked in Q2, 32/68 in area studies.

3.   Chinese Sociological Review (CSR) (Print ISSN: 2162-0555 Online ISSN: 2162-0563), founded in 1968, now published by Taylor & Francis Inc. 530 Walnut Street, Suite 850, Philadelphia, PA 19106. The journal’s SSCI impact factor is 2.576 in 2019, being ranked in Q1, 21/146 in sociology.   





Instructions for Paper Submissions


Both complete papers and extended paper abstracts in English will be considered. Extended abstracts must contain sufficient details to suggest timely completion (normally, 5 pages or more). Please provide all authors’ names, organizational affiliations, and email addresses.


The ICSA Paper Submission Information Submission Site will be available on August 7th at http://icsa-sociology.org. The submission deadline is October 2nd, 2020.. In the event of any technical difficulties, submissions may be emailed to Shaoping She (spshe@ust.hk).  

Please note that conference participation requires membership in the ICSA. The ICSA board has unanimously agreed to extend our current membership for one more year WITHOUT additional payment of membership fee this year. If you are not an active member yet (i.e., you were not a member in 2019), please become a member first through ICSA’s new homepage: http://icsa-sociology.org. The membership fees: $10 for student memberships, $30 for regular membership fee, and $600 for the lifetime membership fee. There will be no registration fees for the virtual conference.


Important Dates

August 7, 2020: On-line submission site opens.
Oct 2, 2020: Submission deadline.
Oct 16, 2020: Formal acceptance letters by email.
Oct 30, 2020: Provisional program available on the website.
Nov 13, 2020: Full papers due to organizers/presiders/discussants.
Nov 20-21 2020: Conference.




Please note that conference participation requires membership in the ICSA. The ICSA board has unanimously agreed to extend our current membership for one more year WITHOUT additional payment of membership fee this year. If you are not an active member yet (i.e., you were not a member in 2019), please become a member first through ICSA’s new homepage: http://icsa-sociology.org. The membership fees: $10 for student memberships, $30 for regular membership fee, and $600 for the lifetime membership fee. There will be no registration fees for the virtual conference.

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ICSA is also inviting graduate students to compete for the ICSA 2020 Nan Lin Graduate Student Paper Award. One paper (published or unpublished) will be selected and the award will be announced and presented with a plaque and a check of USD 500 (by mail). 


To be considered for the Nan Lin Paper Award, papers must be (1) authored by student(s) only, (2) in English, and (3) to be presented at the 2020 ICSA Conference. Student status must be valid as of the end of 2020. Only complete papers will be considered. Please mark *Nan Lin Paper Award* in the Subject Area when submitting online.


For the full program, please click here.



2020 ICSA ANNUAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM


PANEL SESSIONS

November 20th (CHINA) / November 19th (USA) – Day 1

Plenary Session I: Day 1 9:00 – 10:00 (UTC+8, Beijing Time)
Session Title
Paper Title
Presenter

Keynote  Speech

Chair: Xiaogang Wu

Meeting ID: 996 2270 0461

* pre-registration is required

China’s Economic Development History and the “China Dream:” An Overview with Personal Reflections


Co-sponsored by Center for Social and Economic Research (CASER), NYU Shanghai

Marty K. Whyte

Harvard University

Plenary Session II: Day 1 10:10-12:10 (UTC+8, Beijing Time)
Session Title
Paper Title
Presenter

Nan Lin Graduate Student Paper Award

Chair: Xiaogang Wu

Speaker: Nan Lin

Time: 10:10-10:40

ZOOM ID: 213 026 9930

Chair: Feinian Chen

ZOOM ID: 213 026 9930

Time: 10:40-12:10

School Continuation after Compulsory Education in China
HAO, Lingxin
"COVID-19 Learning Gap Effect” for Young Children in Singapore

YEUNG, Wei-Jun Jean

Parallel Sessions: Day 1 14:00 – 15:30 (UTC+8, Beijing Time)
Session No. & Title
Paper Title
Presenter

1.1

Chair: Yuying Tong

ZOOM ID: 927 6754 3529

Intergenerational Coresidence and Young Couple’s Time Use in China
ZHOU, Muzhi 
Multigenerational Living Arrangements and Marital Fertility in Japan: A Counterfactual Approach
YODA, Shohei

How Do Elderly People Spend Their Time? Gender Gaps and Educational Gradients in Time Use in East Asian and Western Countries

KAN, Man-Yee

Time Use of Couples in Hong Kong: Grandparents and Helpers, Who Make a Bigger Difference

CHEN, Mengni


1.2

Chair: Yingchun Ji

ZOOM ID: 591 752 2229

The Doubly Disadvantaged: Motherhood Wage Penalty of Internal Migrants in China
KONG, Siyang
Motherhood Penalty, Fatherhood Premium, and Education in Rural China: An Examination of Non-agricultural Income using CHNS (1989-2015)
ZHENG, Li
Economic Privatization and Son Preference in Post-Reform China
WEN, Fangqi
A Chinese Second Demographic Transition? A Holistic Approach to Family Life Courses
VAN WINKLE, Zachary

1.3

Chair: Zhuoni Zhang

ZOOM ID: 406 908 9469

Property in Whose Name? Intrahousehold Bargaining over Homeownership in China
YU, Jia

Intrahousehold pProperty Oownership among Ccouples in Uurban China

YU, Shan
Education and Homeownership Among Young Adults in Hong Kong: 1991-2016
CHEN, Dan
Parallel Sessions: Day 1 15:40 – 17:10 (UTC+8, Beijing Time)
Session No. & Title
Paper Title
Presenter

2.1

Chair: Yuxiao Wu

ZOOM ID: 927 6754 3529

Three-Generation Family Structure and Child Outcomes in China
LI, Angran
Analysis and Study of Factors Affecting Parents’ Choice of Early Childhood Education in Hong Kong
SONG, Xiaojing
Family Origin and Country Origin: Educational Attainment of International Students in China
FAN, Xiaoguang

2.2

Chair: Sara Hua Zhong

ZOOM ID: 591  752 2229

Chinese Judges’ Attitudes toward Offenders and Victims of Domestic Violence Cases: A Qualitative Examination
WEI, Shuai
Why Does the Government of China Allow Some Of Its Citizens to Leave but Not Others?
THOMAS, Jacob
Campaign-Style Governance and Criminal Sentencing in China

CAI, Tianji;

XIE, Chusi

2.3

Chair: Jia Miao

ZOOM ID:  213 026 9930

I Can’t Leave Him Behind: Transnational Families and Negotiating Mobility Regimes in Times of Covid-19.
SIER, Willy
“We Are All in This Together”: Social Dynamics of Interpersonal Connectedness in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic -- Evidence from the College Population of Wuhan City
SU, Zhixiang
The Case of African Harassment: Covid-19 as a Proving Ground for the Inclusivity of Chinese Internationalism
GREEN, Benjamin

Suffering from and Praising the Performance of Regime Legitimacy: How Europeans in Mainland China Navigate the COVID-19 Crisis

CAMENISCH, Aldina


Saturday November 21st (CHINA) / November 20th (USA) – Day 2

Mentoring Session: Day 2  8:00 – 9:00 (UTC+8, Beijing Time)

Graduate Students Mentoring and Job Searching

Chair: Lijun Song 

Panelist: Yue Qian, Xi Song, Emma Zang, Yongjun Zhang

Language: Chinese

ZOOM ID: 951 4807 4096

Parallel Sessions: Day 2 9:00 – 10:30 (UTC+8, Beijing Time)
Session No. & Title
Paper Title
Presenter

3.1

Chair: Xiaoling Shu

ZOOM ID: 927 6754 3529

Meeting Settings, Homogamy, and Premarital Cohabitation in China
ZHANG, Man
Wealth Accumulation by Marital Sorting on Own Education and Parental Education
CHENG, Cheng
The Nonlinear Linkage between Earnings Homogamy and Earnings Inequality between Married Couples
SHEN, Yifan
Shanghai Parents at the Matchmaking Corner: the Social Fanning through the Spatial 
JI, Yingchun

3.2

Chair: Maocan Guo

ZOOM ID: 591 752 2229

The Differential Effects of Entering and Exiting Co-residence with Grandchildren on Older Adults’ Labor Force Outcomes: Does Gender Matter?

DUAN, Haoshu; 

YE, Jing

Family Planning, Fertility Decline, and Adult Children’s Support to Aging Parents in China
SHEN, Minghong

Birth Order, Parent-child Interaction and Non-cognitive Ability of Rural Household Registration Children

JIANG, Yali

3.3

Chair: Jun Xu

ZOOM ID: 406 908 9469

Relationship between Parental Education and Children's Beliefs and Orientation towards Work and Success: Evidence from China
CHEN, Jiadi
Chinese College Students Premarital Sexual Attitudes and Behavior: How Do Different Dimensions of Family Socioeconomic Status Work?
HU, Anning
Political Trust in East and Southeast Asia: The Joint Effects of Education, Corruption Perception, and Urbanization
JIANG, Anli

3.4

Chair: Angran Li

ZOOM ID: 981 877 5949

Carving Out Certainties out of Uncertainties: An Analysis of One Local Public Health Department in the Midwest of the United States

LI, Jialin
Understanding the Influence of Contextual Factors and Individual Social Capital on Public Response to COVID–19 among Americans
HAO, Feng
The Effect of Political Trust on Public Support Towards Assistance Policy Under Emergency Evidence from COVID-19 Pandemic Survey Results in China

KONG, Yuan; 

XU, Jie; 

WANG, Xuechun

Social capital and COVID-19: A multidimensional and multilevel approach
Wu, Cary
Parallel Sessions: Day 2 10:40 – 12:10 (UTC+8, Beijing Time)
Session No. & Title
Paper Title
Presenter

4.1

Chair: Wei Zhao

ZOOM ID: 927 6754 3529

Who Benefits More from the College Expansion Policy? Evidence from China
WANG, Yapeng
Leadership Experiences in College and the Starting Wage

HE, Guangye; 

ZHANG, Shuwen

Who Rises Higher in First Job Attainment? Educational Expansion and School-to-work Transition in China, 1981-2008
GUO, Maocan
Revisiting Horizontal Stratification in Higher Education: College Prestige Hierarchy and Educational Assortative Mating in China
FENG, Jiashi

4.2

Chair: Tianji Cai

ZOOM ID: 591 752 2229

Bullying Perpetration and Bullying Victimization among Left-behind and Non-left-behind Children in Rural Boarding Schools: Theoretical Explanations and Policy Implications

ZHONG, Hua Sara
Segmented Assimilation? Diversified Integration Outcomes among the Vietnamese Boat People Settled in Hong Kong
LAM, Ka Wang Kelvin

Human Mobility Restrictions and Inter-provincial Migration during the COVID-19 Crisis in China

WANG, Yan

4.3

Chair: Duoduo Xu

ZOOM ID: 406 908 9469

Social Changes and Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms: Gender and Educational Disparities across Cohorts

ZHANG, Yang; 

ZHAO, Menghan

Overwork and Health of Urban Workers in Chinese Labor Market
GUO, Ya
Positive Parenting Practices, Parental Socioeconomic Status, and the Intergenerational Transmission of Well-Being: An Empirical Analysis based on CFPS Data
HAN, Xiaowen
Does “One’s Old Age Can Be Foreseen at the Age of Seven” Make Sense in the Field of Healthy Aging?
ZHANG, Baiqing Cynthia

4.4

Chair: Anning Hu

ZOOM ID: 981 877 5949

Algorithms in Action: Reassembling the Contact Tracing and Risk Assessment in a Pandemic
LIU, Chuncheng
Motherhood and Stress During COVID-19: Exploring the Moderating Effects of Employment
YAN, Xu
Two Tales of One City: Unequal Vulnerability and Resilience to COVID-19 by Socioeconomic Status in Wuhan, China

LI, Xiaoguang; 

WU, Xiaogang

Closing Digital Divide and Educational Equity after COVID-19 in Hong Kong: Engaging Parental Digital Citizenship

CHUN, Wai Sun Derek; 

YAU, Siu Ho Thomas



PARTICIPANT INDEX


Name

Panel No.

Title

Affiliation

Email

CAI, Tianji
2.2, 4.2
Associate professor
University of Macau
tjcai@um.edu.mo
CAMENISCH, Aldina
2.3
Post-doc Fellow
University of Amsterdam

a.camenisch@uva.nl, 

aldina.camenisch@unine.ch 

CHEN, Dan
1.3
Student
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
chendan893@gmail.com

CHEN, Feinian

Plenary Session II

Professor

University of Maryland

fchen1@umd.edu

CHEN, Jiadi
3.3
Student
City University of Macau
chankahdik@gmail.com
CHEN, Mengni
1.1
Research Scientist
University of Cologne
hkfancycmn@gmail.com
CHEN, Xuejiao

Plenary Session II

Research Fellow 
National University of Singapore 
fascx@nus.edu.sg 
CHENG, Cheng
3.1
Assistant Professor
Singapore Management University
ccheng@smu.edu.sg
CHUN, Wai Sun Derek
4.4
Research Officer
The Education University of Hong Kong
dwschun@eduhk.hk
CUI, Can
1.3
Researcher
East China Normal University

giscuican@gmail.com, 

ccui@geo.ecnu.edu.cn

DUAN, Haoshu
3.2
Student
University of Maryland
hduan1@umd.edu
FAN, Xiaoguang
2.1
Associate Professor
Zhejiang University
xgfan@zju.edu.cn
FENG, Jiashi
4.1
Student
University of Chicago
jfeng63@uchicago.edu
GREEN, Benjamin
2.3 Student
Beijing Normal University
benbo83@gmail.com
GUO, Maocan

3.2, 4.1

Post-doc Fellow
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
mcguo@ust.hk
GUO, Ya
4.3 Student
Duke University
yg143@duke.edu
HAN, Xiaowen
4.3 Student
University of Minnesota
han00208@umn.edu
HAO, Feng
3.4 Assistant Professor
University of South Florida
fenghao@usf.edu
HAO, Lingxin

Plenary Session II

Professor
Johns Hopkins University
hao@jhu.edu
HE, Guangye
4.1  Associate Professor
Nanjing University
hgy.gloria@nju.edu.cn, heguangye@163.com 
HU, Anning
3.3, 4.4 Professor
Fudan University
huanning@fudan.edu.cn
JI, Yingchun
1.2, 3.1 Professor
Shanghai University
yingchun_ji@163.com
JIANG, Anli
3.3
Student
University of Macau
anlijiang1022@gmail.com
JIANG, Yali
3.2
 Associate Professor
Sichuan International Studies University
wxnprxy@163.com
JIANG, Yiliang
1.2
Student
Sichuan University
yileo@foxmail.com
KAN, Man-Yee
1.1
 Associate Professor
University of Oxford
man-yee.kan@sociology.ox.ac.uk
KONG, Siyang
1.2
Student
Utrecht University
s.kong@uu.nl, kongsiyang@gmail.com
KONG, Yuan
3.4
Student
Tsinghua University
kongy18@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn
LAM, Ka Wang Kelvin
4.2
Student
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
kelvinlkwk@gmail.com, kelvinlam@link.cuhk.edu.hk
LI, Angran
2.1, 3.4
Assistant Professor
Zhejiang University
angranli19@gmail.com
LI, Jialin
3.4
Assistant Professor
Monmouth College 
jli@monmouthcollege.edu
LI, Xiaoguang
4.4
Post-doc Fellow
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
xiaoguangli@ust.hk

LIN, Nan

Plenary Session II

Professor

Duke University

nanlin@duke.edu

LIU, Chuncheng
4.4
Student
University of California, San Diego
chcheng.liu@gmail.com

MIAO, Jia

2.3

Assistant Professor

NYU Shanghai

jm9040@nyu.edu

QIAN, Yue
Mentoring Session

Assistant Professor

University of British Columbia

yue.qian@ubc.ca

SHEN, Minghong
3.2
Student
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
mhshenaa@connect.ust.hk
SHEN, Yifan
3.1
Student
Brown University
yifan_shen@brown.edu
SHU, Xiaoling
3.1
Professor
University of California, Davis
xshu@ucdavis.edu
SIER, Willy
2.3
Post-doc Researcher
University of Amsterdam
w.m.sier@uva.nl
SONG, Lijun
Mentoring Session
Associate Professor
Vanderbilt University
lijun.song@vanderbilt.edu
SONG, Xi
Mentoring Session

Associate Professor

University of Pennsylvania

xisong@sas.upenn.edu

SONG, Xiaojing
2.1
Research Assistant
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
s1131042@s.eduhk.hk
SU, Zhixiang
2.3
Student
University of Oxford
david.su@sociology.ox.ac.uk
THOMAS, Jacob
2.2
Student

University of California at Los Angeles;

Princeton University

j.thomas@ucla.edu
TONG, Yuying
1.1, 1.3
Professor
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
yytong@cuhk.edu.hk
VAN WINKLE, Zachary
1.2
Assistant Professor
Sciences Po
zachary.vanwinkle@sciencespo.fr
WANG, Xuechun
3.4
Student
Tsinghua University
xu-j18@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn
WANG, Yan
4.2
Student
Zhejiang University
wangyanxn512@163.com
WANG, Yapeng
4.1
Student
University of Virginia
yw6zd@virginia.edu
WEI, Shuai
2.2
Student
University of Cambridge
sw725@cam.ac.uk
WEN, Fangqi
1.2
Post-doc Fellow
University of Oxford
fangqi.wen@nuffield.ox.ac.uk
WHYTE, Marty K.

Plenary Session I

Professor
Harvard University

mwhyte@wjh.harvard.edu

WU, Cary
3.4
Professor
York University
carywu@yorku.ca
WU, Xiaogang

Plenary Session I & II

3.3, 4.4

Professor

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology;

NYU Shanghai

sowu@ust.hk
Wu, Yuxiao
2.1
Professor
Nanjing University
yxwu2013@nju.edu.cn
XIE, Chusi
2.2 Student Lund University
ch2356xi-s@student.lu.se

XU, Duoduo

4.3

Assistant Professor

The University of Hong Kong

ddxu@hku.hk

XU, Jie
3.4
Student
Tsinghua University
wang-xc18@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn

XU, Jun

3.3
Professor

Ball State University

jxu@bsu.edu

YAN, Xu
4.4
Student
University of Maryland
xyan9@terpmail.umd.edu
YAU, Siu Ho Thomas
4.4
Senior Research Assistant
The Education University of Hong Kong
shyau@eduhk.hk
YE, Jing
3.2
Student
University of Maryland
jye24678@termpail.umd.edu
YEUNG, Wei-Jun Jean

Plenary Session II

Professor
National University of Singapore 
ariywj@nus.edu.sg
YODA, Shohei
1.1
Senior Researcher
National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Tokyo, Japan
yoda-shouhei@ipss.go.jp
YU, Jia
1.3
Assistant Professor
Peking University
yujiaruc@gmail.com
YU, Shan
1.3
Student
East China Normal University
yushan_98@foxmail.com, 51193902021@stu.ecnu.edu.cn
ZANG, Emma
Mentoring Session
Assistant Professor
Yale University
emma.zang@yale.edu
ZHANG, Baiqing Cynthia
4.3
Assistant Professor
Central Washington University
cynthiazhang7@gmail.com
ZHHANG, Yongjun
Mentoring Session

Assistant Professor

The State University of New York at Stony Brook

yongjun.zhang@stonybrook.edu

ZHANG, Huiquan
3.3
Assistant Professor
University of Macau
huiquanzhang@umac.mo
ZHANG, Man
3.1
Student
The University of Chicago
manzhang@uchicago.edu
ZHANG, Shuwen
4.1
Student
Nanjing University
171840006@smail.nju.edu.cn
ZHANG, Yang
4.3
Student
University of Michigan
zhyoung@umich.edu

ZHANG, Zhuoni

1.3

Associate Professor

City University of Hong Kong

zhuoni.zhang@cityu.edu.hk

ZHAO, Menghan
4.3
Assistant Professor
Renmin University of China
sophiezhaomh@gmail.com
ZHAO, Wei
4.1
Associate Professor
University of California, Riverside
weiz@ucr.edu
ZHENG, Li
1.2
Associate Professor
Sichuan University
zhengli@scu.edu.cn
ZHONG, Sara Hua
2.4, 4.2
Associate Professor
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
sarazhong@cuhk.edu.hk
ZHOU, Muzhi
1.1
Research Fellow
University of Oxford
muzhizhou@gmail.com


Please click here for the full program.