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Articles by Shuge Wei

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Shuge Wei is a postdoctoral research fellow of the Australian National University, currently working under Prof. Tessa Morris-Suzuki's project "Informal Life Politics in East Asia." She received a PhD from the Australian National University and an M.A. from Heidelberg University in Germany. Her research interests include grassroots movement in Taiwan and China, China's international propaganda policy, Chinese media, Sino-foreign relations during the inter-war period, and party politics of the Kuomintang government. Her recent publications include "Beyond the Front Line: China's Rivalry with Japan in the English-Language Press over the Jinan Incident, 1928" in Modern Asian Studies and "News as a Weapon: Hollington Tong and the Formation of the Guomindang Centralized Foreign Propaganda System, 1937-1938" in Twentieth-Century China.