Mr Zou Shu Cheng 邹述丞
Bachelor of Commerce and Arts with a Diploma in Modern Chinese, University of Melbourne
Honours in Classical Chinese Thought, ANU
Zou Shu Cheng is an inaugural Morrison Scholar at the Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW) at The Australian National University (ANU), where he is researching the classical Chinese worldview of the CCP General Party Secretary Xi Jinping. He previously studied classical Chinese at the ANU, Peking University and University of Melbourne. Will formerly worked as an Equity Analyst at Nomura Holdings. He holds an Honours in classical Chinese thought at the ANU and a double degree in Bachelor of Commerce and Arts at the University of Melbourne with a Diploma in Modern Chinese. His research interest is in twentieth-century Chinese intellectual thought. He is currently studying Japanese.
- Traditional, modern and contemporary Chinese thought and history
- Modern Japanese intellectual thought and its influence on China
Contributions to The China Story
'Institutionalising Filial Piety', in Geremie R Barmé, Linda Jaivin and Jeremy Goldkorn (eds.), China Story Yearbook 2014: Shared Destiny, Canberra: ANU Press, 2015, pp.14–17.