Gina Elia teaches Mandarin and English as a Second Language at North Broward Preparatory School in Coconut Creek, Florida. She is also a freelance writer and translator, and enjoys subjects revolving around the humanities, culture, education, China, East Asia, the U.S., and religion, in no particular order. She was born and raised south of Boston, graduating from Cornell University summa cum laude in 2012; she received her Ph.D. in Chinese literature in 2018 from the University of Pennsylvania.
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Is there really an epidemic of self-censorship among China scholars?
This week’s Sinica was recorded at UPenn’s Center for Study on Contemporary China. Jeremy and Kaiser speak with three prominent scholars on China: Sheena Greitens, associate professor of political science at the University of Missouri, Rory Truex, assistant professor of politics and public affairs at Princeton University, and Neysun Mahboubi, research scholar at the Center […]
It snowed recently in Beijing, leading to some wonderfully fresh views of familiar landmarks. Here's the famous White Pagoda (白塔 bái tǎ) at Beihai Park near the heart of Beijing, caught in just the right waning light. Photo by Eric Favreliere