Corporate Affiliates Program welcomes 2013-14 fellows to Stanford


2013 14 group photo
Corporate Affiliates Program class of 2013-14.
Photo credit: 
Rod Searcey

As the new academic year gets underway, the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center’s Corporate Affiliates Program is excited to welcome its new class of fellows to Stanford University:

  • Huihong Cai, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
  • Il Rae Cho, Samsung Life Insurance
  • Tetsuo Ishiai, Mitsubishi Electric
  • Kensuke Itoh, Sumitomo Corporation
  • Yong Je Kim, Samsung Electronics
  • Katsunori Komeda, Sumitomo Corporation
  • Chunquan Liu, Beiijng Petrochemical Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • Guangmu Liu, PetroChina
  • Tejas Mehta, Reliance Life Sciences
  • Satoshi Ogawa, Japan Patent Office
  • Toshihiko Takeda, Shizuoka Prefectural Government
  • Keiichi Uruga, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan
  • Tun Wang, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
  • Wei Wang, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
  • Kenji Yanada, Ministry of Finance, Japan
  • Xiaoyu Zhang, PetroChina

During their stay at Stanford University, the fellows will audit classes, work on English skills, and conduct individual research projects; at the end of the year they will make a formal presentation on the findings from their research. During their stay at the center, they will have the opportunity to consult with Shorenstein APARC's scholars and attend events featuring visiting experts from around the world. The fellows will also participate in special events and site visits to gain a firsthand understanding of business, society, and culture in the United States.