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The Australian National University

Ms Ching-ying Tien

Position: PhD candidate in Anthropology

Email: ching-ying.tien@anu.edu.au

Thesis title: Cross-border love triangle between Taiwan and Vietnam
 
Ching-ying Tien is a PhD candidate in antropology working on a topic which explores the love triangle among Taiwan businessmen, their first wives in Taiwan, and their mistresses in Vietnam.  Tien has a knack for multi-tasking.  She holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a MBA degree specializing in Marketing before stepping into the field of anthropology.  She completed her master’s thesis from National Chung Hsing University (Taiwan) on “Masculinity and Cross-Border Marriages: Why Taiwanese Men Seek Vietnamese Women to Marry?” with Prof. Hong-zen Wang, who is presently the Head of the Sociology Department at National Sun Yat-sen University (Taiwan).  In addition to her own research topic, she also developed an avid interest in gender, masculinities and sex work studies during her PhD.

 
 
 

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