I am a doctoral student in Area Studies (Japan) at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford.
My research compares the Japanese and Chinese involvement in Central Asia, as case studies of the interaction among government, semi-government institutions, and private sectors in both countries that shapes the governmental and business strategies to foreign regions. The research also presents the overlapping interest of two countries in Central Asia that may lead to possible cooperation in the future.
I hold an MSc in Japanese Studies from the University of Oxford (St Anne’s College) and a BA in International Affairs from the George Washington University, Washington DC, United States.
College: St Antony’s
Department: Oxford School of Global and Area Studies
Supervisor: Professor Hugh Whittaker
Research discipline: Economics; Political Economy; Political Science / Politics; Diplomacy; History
Research Keywords: Belt and Road Initiative, Official Development Aids, Development Method, Central Asia
Research Cluster: Economic Growth, Industry and Development; Nationalism, Military Security and Foreign Policy