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  1. Dr Wen Xu (East China Normal University, China) and Dr Garth Stahl (University of Queensland, Australia) discuss “Your skin is like crocodile’s”: A case study of an African wài guó student in China. This is based on their latest article published in Globalisation, Societies and Education.
  2. Liqin Tong and Dr Yisu Zhou (University of Macau) explore how Tibetan ethnic students experienced disenchantment in their relocated schooling in Northwest China. This is based on their latest article published in Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education.
  3. Drs Xin Su (Henan University, China), Neil Harrison and Robyn Moloney (Macquire university, Australia) discuss the value of Xinjiang class to ethnic minority students through adopting a capability approach. This is based on their latest article published in The Qualitative Report.
  4. Dr Zhenjie Yuan and Professor Hong Zhu (Guangzhou University) reveal fascinating insights into subjectivity uncertainty of Uyghur elite students on a life-transforming journey. This is based on their recent open access article published in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
  5. Dr Xiao Ma (East China University of Science and Technology) explores how (non-)expatriate South Korean parents choose schools for their children in China through lenses of ‘rooted cosmopolitanism’ and ‘transversal politics’. This is based on her recent publication in the Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology.
  6. Professor Fred Dervin (University of Helsinki) discusses the Chinese Minzu individuals’ identity in relation to their study abroad experience, together with his co-authors Sude, Mei Yuan (Minzu University of China) and Ning Chen (Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts). This is based on their recent article published in International Journal of Educational Research.
  7. Dr Jinting Wu (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York) introduces her intriguing research on immigrant Chinese in Luxembourg’s lifelong learning, citizenship, intergenerational dynamics and transcultural negotiations. This is based on her article in International Journal of Lifelong Education and her article in Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education.
  8. Dr Jia Li (Yunnan University, China) explores how Myanmar ethnic minority students in a borderland school in Yunnan negotiate language ideologies in the learning of Putonghua. This is based on her recent co-authored article (with Dr Bin Ai and Dr Jie Zhang) in Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development.
  9. Dr Xiao Ma (Leiden University) reveals fascinating ethnographic accounts of South Koreans in China: ‘The People in Between: Education, Desire and South Koreans in Contemporary China‘.
  10. Dr Cora Lingling Xu (Durham University, UK) and Dr Miaoyan Yang (Xiamen University, China) tell the educational mobility stories of a Mongolian and a Tibetan student through a temporality perspective. This is based on their recently published article in the British Journal of Sociology of Education.
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