Shikun Zhang is a current M. A. student in the United Nations and Global Policy Studies program. He graduated from Rutgers University with a B.A in political science and minors in HR management and Asian Studies. During his undergraduate education, he went to Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan as an exchange student, he also served as a student study abroad advisor for Rutgers Global and worked with the Rutgers China Office for multiple events and served in the Rutgers annual multicultural fairs. Shikun is a published author for social science journal "Western Forum"(ISSN1671-6698), with article "The Modern Regionalism in Southeast Asia Under Globalization". (We are featuring this article in February 2019, when it will come out) Shikun's favorite topics in political science are international political economy, regional conflict resolution, and international relations.
Shikun is an international student who studied in the United States for almost ten years, he witnessed and experienced the changes in societies in both the United States and China. He believes the right way to deal with international affairs is through diplomacy and negotiations, not zero-sum trade wars. Shikun Speaks Chinese, English, and Cantonese.