Fanni Maráczi junior analyst, received her Bachelor’s degree in 2014 at the Eötvös Loránd University, in East Asian Languages and Cultures with the major of Chinese. Between 2012 and 2013 she spent a year studying in Nanjing, China with a scholarship of the Chinese and Hungarian governments. She graduated with honors from the joint master program of Pázmány Péter Catholic University and Corvinus University of Budapest in East Asian Studies. The subject of her thesis was HIV/AIDS and politics in China, which topic she still continues to work on.
The school year of 2016/17 she spent in Bali, Indonesia learning Indonesian language with the help of an Indonesian government scholarship called Darmasiswa. She is planning on starting her PhD studies in the fall of 2019. Her interests are the treatment of women in Chinese and Asian societies and their attitudes towards those who are different.Currently she’s taking part of Fudan University’s Visiting Scholar Program in Shanghai, conducting research in connection with the Belt and Road Initiative until January of 2019.