Pei Miao is a research associate from China’s Peking University, and joins the China Energy Group (CEG) as a visiting scholar starting March 2014. He received two bachelor degrees from Sun Yat-Sen University (Zhongshan University): one in Japanese and the other in Economics. He later received scholar to pursue in sync two Master’s degrees in Japan and the United Kingdom: a Master of International Relations from Japan’s Ritsumeikan University and another Master of International Political Economy from England’s University of York.
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