China Seminar | 9 November 2000

Restless China

Kate Zhou Kate Zhou

The November China Seminar welcomes back Professor Kate Zhou to speak on recent conditions in China. A keen student of Chinese politics and society, both rural and urban, Professor Zhou has a good deal to say about the Chinese political economy, especially after the hurdling of WTO & MFN.

Professor Zhou, recipient of several prestigious academic awards, holds the following degrees: B.A. in English, Wuhan University, China (1982); Teaching Certificate in English, University of Foreign Studies, Beijing (1984); M.S. in Sociology, Texas A&M University (1989); Ph.D. in Politics, Princeton University (1994); Certificate in International Entrepreneurship, College of Business Administration, University of Hawaii (2000). The author of How the Farmers Changed China: Power of the People (1996) and numerous articles and reviews, Professor Zhou is currently on the faculty of the Department of Political Science at the University of Hawaii.

Please note that Professor Zhou, who was a member of Hawaii’s Republican delegation at the National Convention, will be speaking two days after the national election.