We are proud to announce the five Reframing Hong Kong Fellows who will be joining us at the conference in two weeks time. They are Vincy Chan (Macalester '17), Tiffany Wong (UChicago '14), Rachel Ahn (Berkeley '15), Kayla Tam (Carleton '14), and Chung Wan Choi (CMU GS). These Fellows were selected form a competitive pool of applicants and represent diverse interests, ranging from creative writers to political economists. We are confident that they will be able to elevate our discussions here in Providence, RI, both with their academic expertise and their personal experience.

View the "Meet Our #ReframingHK Fellows" playlist, with videos from all five applicants on what they hope to get out of the conference, on our Youtube Channel here:

Again, this Fellowship program was made possible through the generosity of members of the Brown University Alumni Association of Hong Kong. We had initially projected that we would only be able to support two to three individuals based on our limited funds. Their gift enabled us to double that to the five we have now. On behalf of the Steering Committee and our Fellows, we would like to thank them for their generosity.

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