Sulia is an MSc candidate in Migration Studies in the Department of International Development and School of Anthropology at Oxford. She holds a BA in English from Renmin University of China in Beijing, and was a visiting student at University of California, Davis, Durham University, and the University of York. Her current research focuses on internal migration in China, particularly how resident permit and its attached social rights are instrumental in regulating labour migration after 2014 hukou reform. Her research is supported by China Scholarship Council.
She previously interned with the International Organization for Migration as consultant, and is a researcher at Oxbridge Human Development Research Group. She is also a member of Oxford University Anthropological Society and Oxford Migration Studies Society.
Talk Title: The accessible and inaccessible social rights for migrant workers after 2014 hukou reform