Angela Ni is a 2010-2011 Fulbright China Research Fellow. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with honors in Political Economy. Joining the rank of over 300,000 Fulbright student scholars who have participated in the U.S.’s largest international exchange program, Ni’s project builds on her undergraduate honors thesis, the “politics of sanitation and human waste”. After graduating, Ni worked as a research analyst in the Global Health Group at UCSF, where she focused on access to health services and quality care in areas of maternal and neonatal health, reproductive health and malaria. She looks forward to a career in international health policy with an eye to socio-culturally sensitive health interventions.
Guest blog by Angela Ni, Fulbright Fellow 2010-2011, Yunnan, China (firstname.lastname@example.org) When I first met Doctor Zhang he was sitting behind his desk prescribing medicine to a young boy suffering from a respiratory infection. Zhang