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Bochen Han

Bochen Han

Bochen Han is an editorial assistant at The Diplomat. She is a third-year undergraduate at Duke University from Ontario, Canada. At Duke, she majors in Political Science and engages in various activities related to the Asia-Pacific and civic engagement.

Bochen co-directed the 2015 Duke-UNC China Leadership Summit, and has worked as an English teacher at a migrant school in Beijing’s Daxing District. Her research interests include humanitarian intervention and China’s role in international institutions.

China's Human Rights Lawyers: Political Resistance and the Law
February 11, 2016
China's Human Rights Lawyers: Political Resistance and the Law
Eva Pils on the shrinking space China's rights lawyers have to operate within.
China's Human Rights Lawyers: Political Resistance and the Law
The Trouble With China-Mongolia Relations
November 18, 2015
The Trouble With China-Mongolia Relations
China and Mongolia are becoming closer politically and economically, but what do their citizens think?
The Trouble With China-Mongolia Relations
Malaysia's Chinese Diaspora: The Other Side of the Story
November 10, 2015
Malaysia's Chinese Diaspora: The Other Side of the Story
Conventional narratives overlook the marginalization of ethnic Chinese in Malaysia -- especially the Chinese poor.
Malaysia's Chinese Diaspora: The Other Side of the Story
The China-Russia-Mongolia Trilateral Gains Steam
November 06, 2015
The China-Russia-Mongolia Trilateral Gains Steam
The Asian trilateral no one talks about is seeing some interesting new developments.
The China-Russia-Mongolia Trilateral Gains Steam
A Laughing Matter: China Experiments With Comedy
November 04, 2015
A Laughing Matter: China Experiments With Comedy
Can foreign-style stand-up comedy gain ground in China?
A Laughing Matter: China Experiments With Comedy
The UK: A Success Story for China’s Educational Soft Power
October 27, 2015
The UK: A Success Story for China’s Educational Soft Power
Unlike other Western countries, Britain is eager to welcome China's Confucius Institutes and educational outreach.
The UK: A Success Story for China’s Educational Soft Power
What Canada's Leadership Change Means for Asia
October 26, 2015
What Canada's Leadership Change Means for Asia
What will Canada's Asia policy look like under new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau?
What Canada's Leadership Change Means for Asia
Britain's Great China Debate
October 19, 2015
Britain's Great China Debate
“Money. Money. Money... Where is morality?”
Britain's Great China Debate
UNESCO Accepts China's Nanjing Massacre Documents
October 17, 2015
UNESCO Accepts China's Nanjing Massacre Documents
Japan is not happy with the UN body's decision.
UNESCO Accepts China's Nanjing Massacre Documents
China's Deadly Smoking Habit
October 14, 2015
China's Deadly Smoking Habit
A new study suggests one out of every three Chinese men will die from smoking. What can Beijing do?
China's Deadly Smoking Habit
China’s Silk Road Takes to the Air
October 13, 2015
China’s Silk Road Takes to the Air
China’s “Belt and Road” is also being forged through airports.
China’s Silk Road Takes to the Air
China, Japan, South Korea Eye Trilateral Finance Meeting
October 08, 2015
China, Japan, South Korea Eye Trilateral Finance Meeting
The meeting, in addition to discussing economic issues, would set the tone for the expected leaders' summit this fall.
China, Japan, South Korea Eye Trilateral Finance Meeting
Frozen Eggs and 'Leftover Women': China Debates Marriage and Fertility
October 07, 2015
Frozen Eggs and 'Leftover Women': China Debates Marriage and Fertility
China's ban on single women freezing their eggs has sparked a debate about gender roles in modern China.
Frozen Eggs and 'Leftover Women': China Debates Marriage and Fertility
Can Canada Help China Weather Climate Change?
October 03, 2015
Can Canada Help China Weather Climate Change?
Chinese cities are among the most vulnerable to climate change; Canadian cities are the best equipped to deal with it.
Can Canada Help China Weather Climate Change?
China and the Pope: It's Complicated
October 01, 2015
China and the Pope: It's Complicated
Xi Jinping's visit to the US overlapped with Pope Francis' trip. Will the two ever actually meet?
China and the Pope: It's Complicated
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