Our Data Mining Squad in China has been reinforced, again

Recently, our data mining squad in Beijing has been reinforced in further, with four students from various Chinese universities:

Luo Xi Zhang Meijiao
Wang Yuhan Liu Zeng

Miss Luo Xi, a bachelor student on Chinese history, from the school of Chinese Classics, Renmin University of China.

Miss Zhang Meijiao, a bachelor student on ancient history of China, from the school of Chinese Classics, Renmin University of China.

Miss Wang Yuhan, soon a master student in the department of Chinese Literature, Peking University, on the topics of relationship between literature and image, Feminism and modern literature.

Miss Liu Zeng, a bachelor student on literary theory and creative writing, from Renmin University of China.

Dr. Jiang Zhouqing reinforces our data mining squad in China

On 4 May 2017, our data mining squad in China was reinforced, as Dr. Jiang Zhouqing officially joined in the squad.

Dr. JIANG Zhouqing obtained his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from the China University of Geosciences (Beijing), where he acquired 15 publications on the researches of mineral processing and co-authored a book on tailings utilization, as well as his statistics skill, knowledge on Economics, Statistics, Management and Operations Research, and a degree in Business Administration. Since then, he has worked as an engineer in the National Engineering Research Center for Rare Earth Materials, Beijing General Research Institute for Nonferrous Metals.

Dr. JIANG Zhouqing will co-operate with other members of the data mining squad in Beijing and offer us his help on data collection which will be mainly on the historical Chinese mining industry apart from his current research on mineral materials, high temperature and high pressure of rock mechanics.

Dr. Ma Xi reinforces our data mining squad in China

On 4 May 2017, our data mining squad in China was reinforced, as Dr. MA Xi officially joined in the squad.

Dr. MA Xi obtained his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from the China University of Geosciences (Beijing), where he acquired 16 publications on the researches of mineral resources, as well as his skill of statistics and a degree in Business Administration. Since then, he has worked in Beijing as an engineer in the State Key Laboratory of Earthquake Dynamics, Institute of Geology, China Earthquake Administration.

Dr. MA Xi will co-operate with other members of the data mining squad in Beijing and offer us his help on data collection which will be mainly on the historical Chinese mining industry apart from his current research on mineral materials, high temperature and high pressure of rock mechanics.

Lecture: by Prof. Dr. Yuan Weipeng lectures in Peking University (Beijing, China)

On 15 March 2017, our visiting fellow Prof. Dr. Yuan Weipeng is invited to lecture in the School of Economics, Peking University, in Beijing, China, on the topic of “private lending activity and its interest rate in the Chinese history”.

This is the no. 46 of the “Peking University Lecture Series of Famous Expert of Economic History”, hosted by the Institute of Social and Economic History, School of Economics, Peking University.

More details are available in the Chinese report.

Peking University

Lecture: by Prof. Dr. Yuan Weipeng in Renmin University of China (Beijing, China)

On 5 December 2016, our visiting fellow Prof. Dr. Yuan Weipeng was invited to lecture in the School of Economics, Renmin University of China (RUC), in Beijing, China, on the topic of “the adjustment on distribution of military industry in the Late Qing Dynasty after the Sino – Japanese War of 1894-1895: taking Jiangnan Manufacturing Bureau as an example“.

This is the no. 20 of the “Economic History and Economic Thought History Seminar“, hosted by the School of Economics, Renmin University of China.

More details are available in the Chinese report.