Yi-Ting Chung

M.A., Yale University
B.A., Waseda University

Yi-Ting Chung (she/her) is a fervent ramen eater and a History Ph.D. student in the East Asian field. Born and raised in Taiwan, her concern lies in the marginalized communities who were excluded, sacrificed, and forgotten in the making of the Japanese empire. Her current research direction pays attention to the process in which the concept of race and ethnicity was transplanted and practiced in different parts of the Japanese empire, including Okinawa, Taiwan, and Korea.