This website would never have been possible without the help and hard work of Hao Wanyuan, Ye Fan, and Zeng Yixuan.
Wanyuan Hao is currently working as the research assistant at Renmin University of China Human Rights Center, where she has participated in several research projects sponsored by international organizations or Chinese ministries. Her interest is particularly in China’s legislation and practices on the protection of disadvantaged groups in the light of international law. She has conducted substantial research on stateless persons in China, domestic violence, and legal aid. Previously, she obtained her master’s degree in law at Renmin University of China Law School in 2015. During her study at Renmin Law School, She has also had a five-month internship at the Geneva Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Yixuan Zeng is currently working as a research assistant and as an assistant to the President of the Foundation for Law and International Affairs. Her research focuses on East Asian Study, international diplomacy and development policy. She holds a Master degree in International Affairs from the Pennsylvania State University (2017). She received a Bachelor degree of Philosophy from Sun Yat-sen University, in 2015. She also works as a gradue intern in global programs at the Pennsylvania State University. During her time at Sun Yat-sen University, she worked as a journalist intern at the New Express, a daily newspaper published in China. She also volunteered as an elementary school instructor in Thailand.
Ye Fan is currently working as a research assistant and interviewer at the Foundation for Law and International Affairs. Her research is focused on international relations and diplomacy, development policy, global media and transnational communications. She received her master’s degree in International Affairs from the Pennsylvania State University in 2017 and the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Shandong Normal University in 2015. During her studies, she has worked as an intern journalist at Legal Daily in Beijing, she has also volunteered with non-governmental organizations in Kenya and Italy that engage in child welfare, community development, and environmental protection.