Yi Duo is currently an assistant professor at Binghamton University, School of Management. She received her PhD from University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business. Her main research interests are on corporate political connections and their impact on accounting and audit practices and government procurements. She also studies other wide range of research topics, from political policy effects, cryptocurrency information disclosures, to credit market information asymmetry.
Kimberly Henshaw is from Jacksonville, Florida and serves as the Head of the Chinese Language Culture and Business Initiatives at Georgia State University. Her interests are in foreign language teaching, learning methodologies, cultural edification, and collaborative intercultural communication. Understanding the importance of language, she studies and can speak English, French, Mandarin, and American Sign Language.
She holds a Master of Arts in International Studies with an emphasis in Education, and a Bachelor of Science in International Affairs. Kimberly also has two certifications to teach English as a foreign language to both adults and children, and was a graduate of Georgia State’s 2018-2019 Executive Leadership Academy of Women.
Previously, Kimberly was the Managing Director of the Georgia State University Confucius Institute. Prior to joining Georgia State, she was the Academic Director for an intensive English program for teenagers and adults at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia. She also worked in Shanghai and Beijing, China developing, launching, and promoting The Walt Disney Company’s English training school for children, Disney English.
Fei-Ling Wang's research interests are comparative and international political economy,
U.S.-East Asian relations, and East Asia and China studies. He has published
seven books (two co-edited) in two languages including Organization
through Division and Exclusion: China's Hukou System (Stanford
University Press. 2005) and The China Order: Centralia, World Empire, and
the Nature of Chinese Power (SUNY Press, 2017). He has also
published dozens of book chapters and journal articles in four languages.
He taught at the U.S. Military Academy (West Point) and U.S. Air Force Academy (Colorado Springs), and held visiting and adjunct/honorary positions in institutions like European University Institute in Italy, Sciences Po in France, National Sun Yat-sen University and National Taiwan University in Taiwan, National University of Singapore, Renmin University and Anhui Normal University in China, University of Macau, University of Tokyo, and Sungkyunkwan University and Yonsei University in Korea. He has guest-lectured in over 50 universities worldwide and appeared in many national and international news media such as Al Jazeera, AFP, AP, BBC, CNN, The Financial Times, The New York Times, Radio China International, South China Morning Post,VOA, The Wall Street Journal, and the Xinhua News Agency. He has had numerous research grants including a Minerva Chair grant, a Fulbright Senior Scholar grant and a Hitachi Fellowship. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.