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Our tutor, Joyce, a native Chinese lady, provides Chinese Mandarin private tutoring lesson in Washington DC metro area. She tutors all levels of Chinese Mandarin.


Double M. A., University of Oregon, December 2003.
Double Majors: International Studies and Mass Communication and Society
GPA: 3.81/4.0
B. A., Peking University (Beijing University), China, June 2000
Major: Diplomacy and Foreign Affairs Management
GPA: 3.7/ 4.0

Professional experience

A News Publication in Washington D.C. 02/04~present
Chief Editor & Research Associate
Manage the project (Chinese e-publication)
- Take in charge of in-house stuff management and freelancers’ assignments.
- Organize and maintain the production of weekly issue (sometimes with audio and video pieces).
- Coordinate and facilitate the project reports for annual board meeting and marketing promotion for the project.
Produce and publish the e-magazine
- Analyze and edit news submitted materials and various news topics for publications
- Plan and take interviews on political, economic, security, and international relations for the lead stories for every issue.
- Use excellent Chinese language ability and academic background to analyze media reports and governmental statements, translate the English news materials and write news analysis.
- Edit the e-magazine with professional journalist skills.

World Birth Magazine, Portland, OR 07/03~09/03
Researcher and Editorial Intern
- Collected, conducted and analyzed data and information over International Women and Children’s organization.

China Central Television Station (CCTV), Chinese national television station, Beijing, China 07/02~09/02
Editorial Intern of international news
- Translated and rewrite English news stories on politics, economics, technology and culture into Chinese
- Edited and produced TV newsreels for World Report Program

PhoenixTV.com, China’s fourth largest news website, Beijing, China, 06/00~06/01
Full- time Editor in Information Department
- Organized, translated and summarized international news from Associated Press and Reuters.
- Designed and maintain the whole content of economic news channel.
- Collected and edited technical and economic news stories (sometimes with graphic content) for the website.
- Took in charge of the online version of the TV show “Talks between People in Taiwan and Mainland” .
- Designed and reported “US presidential election 2000” special TV report.
- Enhanced the news stories with multimedia.

Guang Ming Daily, China’s second biggest newspaper, Beijing, China 07/99~09/99
Editorial Intern of international news
- Edited international news with cooperating with foreign reporters.
- Translated articles from Newsweek and Time into Chinese.
- Published the essay, Introduce an interesting book: Harry Potter, in Guang Ming Daily

Academic Experience

Thesis Project: The Comparing and Contrast between American and Chinese TV media: A Case of International News, at University of Oregon, December, 2003.
- Examined the developments of television international news in US and China on both theoretical and practical levels.
- Conduct the qualitative analysis of characteristics of the media environment, international news broadcast system, and news content production in US and China.
- Compare and contrast American news angle, production style, media culture with China, and evaluate their similarity and differences.
- Forecast the development trends of news media in the two countries under the context of global interaction.

Teaching Assistant at International Studies Program at University of Oregon from Fall 2001 to Winter 2003.
- Assisted the professors to prepare the lecture and class materials
- Led discussion sections over communication and international affairs for undergraduate students.
- Graded assignments, quiz, exams and final papers for the classes.
- Consulted student with academic questions over international development.
- Developed and maintained the web pages for class content and communication with Dream weaver software.

Honors and Activities
- Chosen to be Graduate Teaching Fellowship at University of Oregon, Fall 2001~Spring 2003.
- Awarded to Clarence E. Thurber Fellowship for 2001~2002 academic year
- Public relation officer of Chinese Students and Scholars Association at University of Oregon for 2001~2002 academic year
- Public relation officer of Student Body at Peking University for 1997~2000 academic years.

Special Talents
- Bilingual: Chinese and English
- Strong computer skills in applications of software: Microsoft Office (word, Excel, Powerpoint ); Photoshop; Dream weaver; SPSS.
With the certificate of Chinese National Computer Rank Examination, Grade 2.

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