Millia Hau is a PhD Candidate at SOAS University of London, where her research focuses on British foreign policy, with a particular focus on relations between the United Kingdom and the People’s Republic of China. She is also a Senior Researcher at the House of Commons, and Young Leader at the Pacific Forum. Milia holds an MPhil in World History from the University of Cambridge and an MA in History and Politics from the University of Glasgow.
Our Associate Fellow, Milia Hau, and Pekki Purppura explain how China's United Front seek to build influence in Britain
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