Yu-Shan is a research associate at the Africa-China Reporting Project (ACRP), Department of Journalism, University of Witwatersrand. Prior to this, she was a researcher on foreign policy issues at the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), 2010-2017.
She is also a doctoral candidate (International Relations) at the Department of Political Sciences, University of Pretoria. Her study focus is on China's public diplomacy in Africa.
Research associate, Africa China Reporting Project
Research associate, South African Institute of International Affairs
senior researcher, South African Institute of International Affairs
researcher, South African Institute of International Affairs
University of the Witwatersrand, Masters: International Relations
South African foreign policy and China: converging visions, competing interests, contested identities, Commonwealth & Comparative Politics
China’s Media and Public Diplomacy Approach in Africa: Illustrations from South Africa, Communication Journal of China
#MadeinAfrica: How China-Africa relations take on new meaning thanks to digital communication , How Africans and Their Governments are Shaping Relations
CCTV's global outreach: Examining the audiences of China's new voice on Africa, Media International Australia
The Political and Diplomatic Implications of Social Media: the Cases of China and South Africa, African East-Asian Affairs (The China Monitor)