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The Chinese View of America

by

Zoe Min Shen

April 6, 2011

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The Horizon Research Group has engaged a continuous survey research on ‘The world in Chinese eyes’ for more than ten years. It focuses on the Chinese’s perception and understanding towards the United States of America, Russia, EU, Japan and many other countries, and people’s views on the critical issues which have great impacts on bilateral relations. The present survey aims to explore the Chinese view of America, and China's current status and national image perceived by the Chinese public.

 

Zoe Min Shen is the Director of International Business Development at Horizon Research Consultancy Group, the biggest local independent research company in China. Ms. Shen is a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Ms. Shen’s extensive research experience in public opinion and social studies has enabled her to serve as a bridge between the public and the local governments in China, as well as between Chinese and people from around the world. She has given invited lectures at domestic and foreign research institutes and think tanks, including the National Committee on United States-
China Relations, the East-West Institute, and the National Library of China. She has also helped higher education institutions, including Tsinghua University and Southwest Jiaotong University, to establish courses on social entrepreneurship. During her fellowship year at the University of Minnesota, Ms. Shen focuses on public policy analysis, foundation and nonprofit operation, management and governance of nonprofits, and building skills in organizational effectiveness.

 

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