Team

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Board of Directors

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Aya Adachi

ayaadachi@mappingchina.org

Aya graduated with a masters in International Relations and International Organisations with a focus on East Asia from the University of Groningen. During her undergraduate in East Asian Politics at Ruhr-University Bochum she spent one semester at Zhejiang University of Technology in Hangzhou studying Chinese language. Aya gained practical experience as a research assistant at the chair of East Asian Politics at Ruhr-University Bochum and as an intern at the Austrian Embassy in Beijing as well as at Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in Beijing. She works on China, Japan as well as South Korea. At the moment Aya is working as a Freelance Consultant for the GIZ in Beijing. At Mapping China Aya is the administrative head of the Journal Team.

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Tatjana Romig

tatjanaromig@mappingchina.org

Tatjana is studying a masters in Political Science and Chinese Studies at the University of Heidelberg. Before she studied law at the University of Heidelberg, East Asian Politics at Ruhr-University Bochum and Chinese language at Fudan University, supported by a grant by the CSC in cooperation with the DAAD. Tatjana gained practical experience interning at the China Programme of the German Asia Foundation and the Chair of International Relations and Foreign Policy of the University of Heidelberg and as a research assistant at the University of Heidelberg’s Institute of Political Science. She is actively engaging in the student representation and was one of the main organisers of the career fair “Chancen Ostasien” in 2013 and 2015. At the moment Tatjana is interning in the Public Policy Programme of the Mercator Institute for China Studies in Berlin. At Mapping China Tatjana is the administrative head of the Network-Team.

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Julia Felicitas Tatrai

juliatatrai@mappingchina.org

Julia is studying a masters in Political Science at the Free University of Berlin while working as a research assistant at the Research Centre (SFB) 700 “Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood”. During her undergraduate in East Asian Politics at Ruhr-University Bochum she gained practical experience interning at the German Chamber of Commerce in Beijing supported by a PROMOS-grant, the Austrian embassy in Beijing as well as at the Asia-Pacific office of Friedrich-Ebert Foundation in Singapore.  Julia holds a scholarship of the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation and is member of the board of the public charity Abaana Uganda e.V. At the moment, she is in Nairobi for an internship and field research related to her master thesis. At Mapping China Julia is the administrative head of the Think Tank-Team.

Contributors

Special thanks to Arthur Tarnowski for his ideas and support during the foundation of Mapping China as well as for the majority of photos displayed on the homepage.