2017 Dyason Fellowship awarded to Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies Research Fellow, Dr Zoe Wang

Congratulations to our Research Fellow Dr Zoe Wang who is awarded a 2017 Dyason Fellowship from the University of Melbourne.

The Dyason Fellowship will support Zoe's research on the politics of coffee production and land use in southwest China, in collaboration with Assistant Professor Po-Yi Hung at the Department of Geography, National Taiwan University. This Fellowship will also build partnerships between the University of Melbourne and National Taiwan University. This is the second Dyason Fellowship awarded to the researchers of CCCS, following the success of Dr Sarah Rogers in 2016.

Dyason Fellowships are awarded to University staff to undertake or host a short-term international visit that fosters significant and lasting research collaborations with leading international researchers and their academic networks. They are awarded across all disciplines as well as for interdisciplinary proposals.