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East-West Center Oral History Project : Kang Wu
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|Title:||East-West Center Oral History Project : Kang Wu|
|Contributors:||Leber, Terese (interviewer)|
Wu, Kang (interviewee)
|Date Issued:||26 Mar 2009|
|Publisher:||Honolulu, HI : East-West Center|
|Abstract:||Born and raised in China and schooled at Peking University, 20-year old Kang Wu came to the UH Economics Department in 1985, partially supported by an EWC research assistantship from Seiji Naya in the Resource Systems Institute. Later, as an EWC grantee and then as a research fellow, Wu worked with Ted James and Pearl Imada and then settled in with the energy arm of the Program on Resources: Energy and Minerals (PREM) headed by Fereidun Fesharaki.|
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|Description:||Interviewed by Terese Leber, March 26, 2009 in Honolulu, Hawaii.|
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