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Founding Members

Liam Elliott Brady

Co-founder & Chair

Liam recently graduated from Clare College with a degree in Chinese Studies, and is currently studying for a master's in History and International Relations at the LSE. He has a particular interest in Chinese literature

lhe27@cam.ac.uk

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James Farquharson

Co-founder

James a recent Chinese Studies graduate from Peterhouse, Cambridge. He has written in the past for publications including the Student Think-tank for Europe-Asia Relations (STEAR) and China Times, a Chinese-language newspaper based in Taiwan.

 

jbf42@cam.ac.uk 

The Editorial Team

Inès Elliott Granger

Editor-in-Chief

Inès is a second-year undergraduate studying Chinese Studies at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. She is interested in the sociology of contemporary China, especially relating to eating culture since ‘Reform and Opening Up.’

ie262@cam.ac.uk

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Rosemary Mihkelson

Editor: Arts & Culture

Rosemary is a second-year undergraduate reading History at Clare College, Cambridge. A unique upbringing, marked by experiences in various countries, has fuelled her with interest in language and its ties to history and culture. She has a particular interest in Chinese art history, primarily the captivating world of art forms that arose from China’s rich dynastic period.

rm2090@cam.ac.uk

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Sam Harvey

Editor: History & Literature

Sam is a second year undergraduate studying Chinese at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. She is interested in Chinese women's history and literature, especially that of early female poets. 

 

sh2213@cam.ac.uk

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Roberta Rennie

Editor: Interviews & Reviews

Roberta is an undergraduate reading Human, Social, and Political Sciences at Sidney Sussex College. She is particularly interested in the socio-cultural, anthropological, and economic faces of Chinese society.

rr671@cam.ac.uk

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James Watson

Editor: Politics & Society

James is a second-year undergraduate at St Catharine’s College studying History and Politics. He is particularly interested in China’s relations with its Indo-Pacific neighbours, modern Chinese history, comparative politics and sociopolitical developments in Hong Kong and Taiwan.

jw2308@cam.ac.uk

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TBC

Editor: Science & Technology

To apply for the role of Science & Technology Editor, send an email to ripples.cambridge@gmail.com

Jack Rennie

​Senior Editor

Jack is a third-year undergraduate reading History at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. As an Anglo-American who moved to Beijing in 2018 from an America in the throes of a crisis of self-confidence, he was forced to reevaluate historical assumptions about the prolonged dominance of the West. He is fascinated by the implications of the emergence of a distinctive Chinese model of governance.

jaor2@cam.ac.uk

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Communications

Lidiana Mottram

Publicity Officer

Lidiana is a second-year undergraduate reading Chinese Studies at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. She is particularly interested in Chinese contemporary culture and the evolving dynamics of Chinese media. 

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Andy Li

Design Officer & Photographer

Andy is a PhD student in Genetics at Clare College, Cambridge. His PhD explores the genes that regulate mitochondrial function and properties of mitochondrial DNA inheritance. He is a keen photographer whose work can be seen on his website (www.AYZLi.com). 

ayzl2@cam.ac.uk

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