Hui Huang is a PhD student in the Department of International Development. His research focuses on the online gig economy and second generation migrant peasant workers in contemporary China. This research is jointly funded by King's College London and China Scholarship Council.
Prior to coming to King's, Hui obtained his master's degree at the University College London (UCL), majoring in Development Administration and Planning. For this, he received a full scholarship from the China Scholarship Council (2017). He has a bachelor's degree with honours in Public Administration from the China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing (2012-2016).
Thesis title: 'Online gig economy and second generation of migrant peasant workers in contemporary China'
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