Hua Wang: Non-local Chambers and the policy process in China (Politics)
Jia Xie: Young People in Social Transition: The Making of Backpacking as a New Lifestyle in China. Supervisor: Prof. Gregory Philo, Dr. Matt Dawson. email@example.com (Sociology)
Yajun Deng: Government Policy, Media Coverage and Public Understanding of Climate Change in China (Sociology). firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Gardner: What political content do the Chinese propaganda authorities control in traditional media and online, and why do they focus on this particular information (Politics).email@example.com
Emiline Smith: Transit Cities: Trafficking cultural property in Bangkok, Singapore & Hong Kong. Supervisors: Prof Simon Mackenzie and Dr Neil Brodie firstname.lastname@example.org (SCCJR)
Mengxi Pang：Exploring ‘mixed-race’ identities in Scotland (working title). Supervisors: Prof. Satnam Virdee and Dr. Roona Simpson. Contact: email@example.com (Sociology)
Yahong Wang: the identification of vegetarians in contemporary Beijing in the context of social change, firstname.lastname@example.org (Sociology)
Jie Huang: A study on using real estate investment trusts (REITs) as an alternative way of financing affordable housing in mainland China". Supervisors: Dr. Allison Orr and Professor Ken Gibb email@example.com (Urban Study)
Zhifu Xie: Monetary economics, focussing on Chinese currency as a reserve currency (Economic and Social History) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dingming Yu: Audience response to Chinese media coverage of climate change: impact on attitude and behaviour email@example.com (Politics)
Adam Smith Business School
Xiaonan Yang: Investigating the Multidimensional Stimuli of Digital Information Adoption, Consumption and Diffusion Behaviours Through Viral Marketing Process. Supervisor: Dr. Anna Morgan-Thomas and Prof. Trevor Buck. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yang Zhao: The Chinese Online Group Buying Industry: Business Model Innovation and Firm Performance Supervisor: Dr. Anna Morgan-Thomas and Prof. Trevor Buck. email@example.com
Kaidong YU: International health food branding in China. Supervisor: Dr. Thomas Anker and Professor Deirdre Shaw firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Education
Yuwei Xu: A Cross-cultural Analysis on Gender and Teaching in Early Childhood Settings in Scotland, Hong Kong, and Mainland China. Supervisors: Dr Barbara Read and Professor Michele Schweisfurth. email@example.com.
Yun Yu: Investigating the Role of Church Participation of Chinese Students on Their Cross-cultural Adaptation in UK. Supervisors: Professor Andy Furlong, Dr Gijsbert Stoet firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yue Song: Children of Migrant Workers in Urban Public High Schools: An Analysis of the Dual Role of Education. Supervisors: Professor Andy Furlong, Professor Christopher Chapman. Email: email@example.com
School of Geographical and Earth Sciences
Ning An: The US in the eyes of China: A popular geopolitical study on Sino-US relations. Supervisors: Prof. Joanne Sharp and Dr. Ian Shaw. firstname.lastname@example.org (Geopolitics)
School of Culture and Creative Arts
Caterina Bellinetti: The evolution of Chinese War photography: the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945), the Korean War (1950-1953) and the Vietnam War (1955-1975). Supervisors: Nick Pearce and Deborah Lewer.
Jing Han: Dyes in 16th to 18th Century high status Chinese costume and textiles of the Ming and Qing Dynasty. Supervisor: Dr Anita Quye and Prof Nick Pearce email@example.com
Miao Huang: Thesis Title: Research on the Use of Interactivity by Chinese Newspaper: a case study of Zhejiang Daily Media Group. Supervisor: Gillian Doyle and Melanie Selfe firstname.lastname@example.org
Shiyu Gao: Modern and Contemporary art, especially Chinese art since 19 Century. Supervisors: Dr Minna Katriina Torma and Nixi Cura, email@example.com.
Qiao Hu:Incense culture in late imperial China, Supervisors Professor Nicholas Pearce & Dr Minna Torma firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Horton: Situated Knowledge: Looted tombs, Space and the Archaeological Record in China. Supervisors: Nick Pearce and Frances Lennard.
Chihyin Hsiao: Chinese Marriage Porcelain – A New form of Wedding Gift for 18th century England. Supervisors: Nick Pearce and Minna Torma.
Mingyuan Hu: From Shanghai to Paris and Back Again: Fou Lei’s Intellectual Development as an Art Critic
Wenliang Li: The use of perspective in Chinese painting and European painting in the 17th to 18th centuries
Zhiyong Lu: Technology and conservation research of the Chinese Metallic Threads in Famen Temple Silk (618 A.D―874 A.D),Tang Dynasty
Jason Steuber: The 1935/6 International Exhibition of Chinese Art: Chinese Art Exhibitions and the Roles of Provenance and Politics
Yi Wang: The Western Impact on Chinese Ceramics Design during the 17-18th Century
Yuan Wang: Heavy Metal in China – Network, Identity and Social Meaning. Supervisors: Martin Cloonan and Nick Pearce.
Yao TANG: Class and Gender, Social Stratification in Urban China during Transition Period. Supervisor: Lina Song; Tracey Warren, School: School of Contemporary Chinese Study, University of Nottingham, email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
University of West of Scotland
Gary Gillon: ‘An investigation into the overseas expansion of Chinese banks 1978-2013’. Supervisors: Dr Xin Guo and Professor Sam McKinstry email@example.com