I believe that research should be communicated clearly and effectively not only to scholars, policy-makers, but also the general public who are most likely to be affected by emerging technologies and policies. That is why I proactively seek to present my work at conferences, classrooms, and on media to engage with diverse audiences. My select public engagement includes:

Guest Lecture

  • GLA2010H: Geopolitics of Cyberspace, Munk School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, University of Toronto

  • "Social Media & Big Data in China: State visions, legal framework, and digital rights" at Master of Science in Threat and Response Management seminar course, University of Chicago

  • "China Social Media Censorship: Fictions, Facts, and Research", at Columbia SIPA course "Internet Governance, Human Rights, & Inclusive Policymaking"

Conference & Panel Discussion