Kaibo Wang is a Master’s student majoring in international politics and international business at New York University. Kaibo focuses on US-China relations, Chinese foreign policy and China’s oversea investments. He has conducted research in Wikistrat, Renmin University of China and China Institute of International Studies. His articles were published by People’s Daily, Chinese Literature and History and Youth Digest. Kaibo is currently the chairman of Tianxia International Institute at Hillhouse Academy (wechat: gaolipingtianxia), the first student-run online think tank on international relations in China. With about 15,000 subscribers, its articles have been read more than 500,000 times.
Kangkyu (David) Lee is a second-year graduate student at Georgetown University where he is pursuing a Master of Arts in Asian Studies at the School of Foreign Service with a concentration in politics and security. He was a recipient of the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) Scholarship for a year-long study and research at Osaka University. David is currently working as a research intern at the East-West Center. During his time at Georgetown, David formerly worked as teaching assistant to Dr. Victor Cha. He has also interned at the National Committee on North Korea and at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Prior, he worked as a research assistant at Osaka University and as a editorial assistant for Dezan Shira & Associates in Shanghai. David ultimately plans on pursuing a PhD after graduating.
Ganesh Bo is a Global Business and Mathematics double major and an international student from Burma. He is now wrapping up his senior year at the University of Redlands. He usually spends his pastime reading science fiction and mystery novels. While studying at the University of Redlands, he also took advantage of the study abroad program and spent a semester in China and a semester in the U.K. Through these experiences he became increasingly interested in global issues, especially those in common with Burma. Having studied in both countries, he wishes to better understand the history behind US-China relations as well as the current relations.
Lynn Lee is a senior at Georgetown University majoring in International Politics. Having grown up in South Korea, China and the U.S., she fluently speaks Korean, Mandarin, English and French. Lynn has always been interested in security in Northeast Asia and has conducted research on China's rising nationalism and North Korea's nuclear discourse. She wishes to pursue an academic career and contribute to peaceful unification in the Korean Peninsula one day. Lynn is excited to pursue a Master's degree in China Studies at Peking University as one of the Yenching Scholars this coming fall.
Manqi Zhao 赵曼琪
My name is Manqi Zhao，a girl from China. I am a freshman of Shanghai International Studies University and interested in Chinese traditional culture and international relationship problems. Honored to participate in the forum, hope to learn more from you.
Michael Ly graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Virginia in May 2016, with majors in East Asian Studies and Foreign Affairs. His involvements there included the Center for American English Language and Culture, China Dialogue Dinners, the International Relations Organization, and the Raven Society. Moreover, Michael has experience interning with the Congressional-Executive Commission on China and the House of Representatives as well as studying in Shanghai and Xi’an. His interests lie in China’s ethnic minorities, particularly the Tibetans and Uyghurs; human rights; Sino-Vietnamese relations; and the South China Sea. Michael hopes to join the Foreign Service and is excited to be a Global Governance Forum 2017 participant.