Senior Lecturer in Chinese Studies, University of Adelaide
Gerry Graduated with Hons in Chinese and Politics in 1989, spent several years living in Shanghai while studying at East China Normal University and did a PhD at Adelaide. He has worked at the University of Adelaide since 1999 teaching Chinese, Asian studies, Chinese studies and related courses. He researches social change in China, soft power, united front work, ghost and folk beliefs, and Asian influences on western societies.
Aug 15, 2019 17:47 pm UTC| Insights & Views
As China grows more powerful and influential, our New Superpower series looks at what this means for the world how China maintains its power, how it wields its power and how its power might be threatened. Read the rest of...