B.A. Moderne Chinastudien

Berlin , Deutschland

Aktualisiert am 14.03.2019

Verfügbarkeit: verfügbar


Kategorie(n): Consulting , Medien , Sales & Marketing

Sprachen

  • Deutsch (Muttersprache)
  • Englisch (Verhandlungssicher)
  • Chinesisch (Verhandlungssicher)
  • Französisch (Grundkenntnisse)

Fähigkeiten, Kenntnisse und Erfahrungen

Journalistic writing and editing as well as academic writing, research and editing of newsletters

Topics: Chinese environmental economic development, law, technology, political regulations and alterations, and their impact on international trade, culture and society

Languages: German, English, and Chinese.

I recently completed the B.A. program in Chinese Studies / East Asian Studies, including supplementary courses, in the department for economic studies at the Free University of Berlin. During the trilingual undergraduate programme, I was awarded a full scholarship to participate in the exchange program between the Free University of Berlin and the Peking University (PKU), due to my extraordinary interest in political and economic issues of China. In total, I have spent nearly three years in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and four months in East Africa within a Chinese context.


Referenzen

 “Developments for Greener Cities in China” in the Green Building Special Edition 2017, Econet Monitor Magazine, EN/CN edition
http://china.ahk2.cps-projects.de/fileadmin/AHK_China/Services/Building__Environment/Climate_Markets_Cooperation/Econet_Monitor_Special_Green_Building_2017_Edition.pdf

 “Chinas Städte im Kampf gegen Smog“ in the January 2017 edition, Econet Monitor Magazine, DE edition
http://china.ahk2.cps-projects.de/fileadmin/AHK_China/Services/Building__Environment/Climate_Markets_Cooperation/Econet_Monitor_Januar_2017.pdf

 “Bike-Sharing – eine nachhaltige Lösung für Städte?“ in the April 2017 edition, Econet Monitor Magazine, DE edition
http://china.ahk2.cps-projects.de/fileadmin/AHK_China/Services/Building__Environment/Climate_Markets_Cooperation/Econet_Monitor_April_2017.pdf