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Winston Ho

Winston Ho 何嶸 is a graduate student in the Department of History at the University of New Orleans (UNO) 紐奧良大學歷史系, specializing in early-twentieth-century China and Chinese American history in New Orleans. He holds an undergraduate degree in history and Chinese language from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, under the Department of History and the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures 羅格斯大學東亞語言文化系歷史系. He has previously studied at the Mandarin Training Center (MTC) at National Taiwan Normal University 國立台灣師範大學國語教學中心, Beijing Language and Culture University (BCLU) 北京語言大學, the University of Mississippi 密西西比州大學, the University of New Orleans, and Benjamin Franklin High School in New Orleans.

Mr. Ho has taught Chinese at the Academy of Chinese Studies in New Orleans 紐奧良中文學校 and at St. Mary’s Dominican High School in New Orleans. He hopes to one day pursue a PhD in history. Mr. Ho is the son of Taiwanese parents and a native of New Orleans.

Winston Ho 何嶸.
University of New Orleans,
Department of History 紐奧良大學歷史系.