I was a bachelor student majoring in International Economics at Groningen University, the Netherlands, and in Economics at Fudan University, China, before joining the MSc programme. I graduated the MSc in the year 2009 and pursued another MSc in Economics for Development for the semester year 2009-2010.
I interned at UNESCAP (United Nations Economics and Social association in Asian and Pacific) during the summer of 2009. My major interests are China’s Economic Reform and China’s integration with the world economy, especially with countries at the Asian Pacific region.
The MSc in Modern Chinese Studies programme is awesome in that people from different disciplines can make meaningful learning from each other. People doing China studies are really enthusiastic about this country. We share so many passions that it would be very difficult that we can’t make the best friends with each other!