Huang Wei-Hao 黃韋豪

Name: Huang Wei-Hao 黃韋豪
Home Institiution: Institute of Political Science at National Sun Yat-sen University
Duration of Stay: 10 January to 28 January, 2022


Wei-hao Huang is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Political Science at National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung. He received his PhD from the Division of Global Affairs at the Rutgers University, Newark. His research interests focus on China’s foreign relations and activity, mostly about Confucius Institutes and partnerships agreements. How and does China utilize these diplomacy tools to maximum its rising influence in the world? His works has been published in International Relations of Asia-Pacific, Journal of Chinese Political Science, and Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy.


Wei-Hao Huang. A Rusty but Provocative Knife? The Rationale behind China’s Sanction Usage. Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia. 18.1 (2019): 30-48

Wei-Hao Huang, Don Lien & Jun Xiang. The Power Transition and the US Response to China’s Expanded Soft Power. International Relations of the Asia-Pacific. 20(3) (2020): 383-410.

Wei-Hao Huang & Jun Xiang. Pursuing Soft Power Through the Confucius Institute: A Large-N Analysis. Journal of Chinese Political Science. 24.2 (2019): 249-266.

Jun Xiang, Wei-Hao Huang, & Christopher B. Primiano. Aggressive or Peaceful Rise? An Empirical Assessment of China’s Militarized Conflict, 1979–2010. Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. 21.3 (2015): 301-325

Huang, Wei-hao. South-South Cooperation or Exploitation? Examining Distrust to China’s Investment in the ASEAN Countries. 問題與研究. 59(2) (2020): 89-125. (in Chinese)

Yeh, Yao-Yuan, Charles Kuan-Sheng Wu, and Wei-hao Huang. Chinese Soft Power and US Public Opinion. Economic and Political Studies. (Forthcoming) available at doi.org/10.1080/20954816.2021.1933766

Kuo, I-Chieh & Wei-hao Huang. ‘Re-examining China’s Partnerships System with Unsupervised Text Classification’ in China’s Contemporary Image and Rhetoric Practice - Routledge Studies in Chinese Discourse Analysis. ed. Weixiao Wei (London: Routledge, 2021), Chapter 1