History alumnus to present lecture on Chinese commander General Tso

College of Wooster Alumnus and Professor of History Kenneth Swope ’92 will present a lecture on General Zuo Zongtang (1812-1885), a famous Qing dynasty […]

Kelsey Stone

Intersecting interests in biology and religious studies inspire examination of how consumption affects success

Combining biology and religious studies, two fields that would seem to be at odds with each other, into one Independent Study project as a […]


《异乡人》“Strangers”: A Visual Ethnography about Expat Teachers in China during Covid-19 Pandemic

Name: Xinyu Martina Pei Majors: Communication Studies, East Asian Studies Minor: Global Media and Digital Studies Advisors: Dr. Ahmet Atay, Dr. Ziying You This […]

Scanning and Spending: Examining the Impact of Mobile Payment Penetration on the Saving Rate in Contemporary China

Student: Yuxuan (Katie) Ke Majors: Business Economics, East Asian Studies Advisors: Melanie Long, James Bonk China’s national saving rate has been among the highest […]

Ziying You Authors New Book on Maintaining Cultural Continuity in Contemporary China

Wooster professor of Chinese and East Asian studies analyzes the folk literati in recently published book

Setsuko Matsuzawa

Wooster Professor Offers New Theory on Transnational Advocacy by Foreign NGOs in China

Setsuko Matsuzawa’s book, “Activating China,” explores foreign NGOs’ impact on local actors in China

Ziying You

Wooster Professor Is Co-Editor of Recently Published Book on Chinese Folklore

Ziying You also contributes essay on competing versions of Confucian founding myth in volume