hu, who is also the director for film and moving image research at the Academy of Film at Hong Kong Baptist University, came to Chestnut Hill as a result of her friendship with Professor Martha Bayles.
Claude Barfield, resident scholar of trade policy at the American Enterprise Institute, gave a talk on the Trump administration’s trade policies in an event sponsored by the Boston College Republicans and the American Enterprise Institute Executive Council of BC.
“We’ve been fortunate to attract and enroll superb students from China,” said Director of Undergraduate Admissions John Mahoney.
A variety of factors have contributed to the growth of the international student population on campus, including significant growth in the representation of students from countries in Asia, who constitute 65 percent of the total.
“The Chinese economy, though in certaın aspects open, is still ultimately controlled and desıgned to benefit the communist elite. China’s economic liberalizatıon is more easily understood as a form of crony capitalism, rather than a truly liberal economy wıth far reaching benefits.”
On Wednesday evening, Lu Pin spoke about how Chinese feminists use social media to spread their message of gender equality.