Kevin Fan Hsu


Kevin Fan Hsu teaches International Policy Studies and Urban Studies at Stanford University. He co-founded the Human Cities Initiative.
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Same-sex activists outside the parliament in Taipei on May 24. (Sam Yeh/AFP/Getty Images)
Same-sex activists outside the parliament in Taipei on May 24. (Sam Yeh/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman walks past a video screen showing scenes from the movie " Wolf Warrior 2" outside a theater in Beijing on August 21, 2017.
Fresh from shattering China's box-office record, patriotic blockbuster "Wolf Warriors 2" has claimed another slice of history by becoming the first non-Hollywood film to break into the top 100 all-time grossing movies worldwide. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Baker        (Photo credit should read GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman walks past a video screen showing scenes from the movie " Wolf Warrior 2" outside a theater in Beijing on August 21, 2017. Fresh from shattering China's box-office record, patriotic blockbuster "Wolf Warriors 2" has claimed another slice of history by becoming the first non-Hollywood film to break into the top 100 all-time grossing movies worldwide. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Baker (Photo credit should read GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images)
This photo taken on May 11, 2016 shows villagers outside the Catholic church in Changjing, in China's southern Guangxi region.
The finishing touches are being put to a new museum in Dingan, the village where French missionary Auguste Chapdelaine died in 1856 and just a few kilometres from Changjing where he lived, celebrating the patriotism of his execution and condemning the spiritual opium of religion. / AFP / GREG BAKER / TO GO WITH China-culture-religion-Roman-Catholic-politics,FEATURE by Benjamin Carlson        (Photo credit should read GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images)
This photo taken on May 11, 2016 shows villagers outside the Catholic church in Changjing, in China's southern Guangxi region. The finishing touches are being put to a new museum in Dingan, the village where French missionary Auguste Chapdelaine died in 1856 and just a few kilometres from Changjing where he lived, celebrating the patriotism of his execution and condemning the spiritual opium of religion. / AFP / GREG BAKER / TO GO WITH China-culture-religion-Roman-Catholic-politics,FEATURE by Benjamin Carlson (Photo credit should read GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images)
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