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Lin Man-houng was born on 12 February, 1951 in Taiwan, is a historian. At 69 years old, Lin Man-houng height not available right now. We will update Lin Man-houng's height soon as possible.
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|Lin Man-houng Age
|71 years old
|12 February 1951
|Republic of China
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Lin Man-houng Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2022
|$1 Million - $5 Million
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|Lin Man-houng Wikipedia
Lin’s research primarily focuses on treaty ports and modern China, opium in late Qing China, currency crisis in early nineteenth-century China, and various empires and the role of Taiwanese merchants in East Asian overseas economic networks.
She has published five books and some 70 papers in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean. Her book China Upside Down links China’s topsy-turvy change from the center of the East Asian order to its modern tragedy with the Latin American Independence Movement.
Born in Taiwan in 1951 to the Wufeng Lin family, she graduated from National Taiwan University and later received her Ph.D. in history and East Asian languages from Harvard University in 1989. Lin has been a senior research fellow at the Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica since 1990 and professor at the Department of History, National Taiwan Normal University since 1991. From 20 May 2008 to 15 December 2010, she served as the president of the Academia Historica, the central academy of history of the Republic of China (Taiwan). Her appointment marked the first time a woman had headed the institute since its founding in 1947.