游國龍 Kuo-Lung Yu
Current post: Professor in the School of International Relations and Deputy Director of the Institute of Psychology and Culture Studies at Huaqiao University. Editor-in-chief of the Journal of world Confederation of Institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies, reviewer of the FD-QM online course at Fudan University, and director of the Overseas Chinese Historical Society of China.
Education: Ph.D. in International Politics from Peking University and Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Science from Peking University
Research interests and expertise: Professor Yu's main research area is the comparative study of Chinese, American, Indian, and Japanese cultures, involving issues of ethnic politics, nation building, and international relations, etc. He has always been committed to combining Eastern and Western cultures and developing a local Chinese social science based on psycho-culturalism. He has published 13 individual monographs, edited books, more than 30 papers and book chapters, including Psychoculturology: The Study and Application of the Francis L. K. Hsu’s Theory, (2010), and A Study on Francis L. K. Hsu’s Comparative Theory of Literate Civilizations (2014), and A survey of the Chinese Culture’s influence in India (2019), and The Japanese and Japan: an approach of the Psychoculturology (2021), Blue Book of Overseas Chinese (2014-2021). His scientific achievements have won the first prize of the Sun Pinghua Japanese Academic Award in China, four awards for outstanding achievements in social sciences in Fujian Province, two awards for outstanding achievements in social sciences in Xiamen City, and two awards for outstanding papers in the Journal of Japanese Studies, an authoritative journal in the field of Japanese studies.
For more details about the research, please refer to the website: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kwang_Kuo_Hwang