Baozhen Luo

“Because China went through such a tumultuous period of time, Chinese people are very resilient, sensitive, attuned to events around them,” says Luo Baozhen, a sociology professor at Western Washington University.

Western expanded its global exchange and research opportunities for students and faculty during a delegation visit to Hangzhou Normal University (HZNU) and Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (JUFE) in China, Oct. 8-15.

The delegation led by Provost Brent Carbajal included Vicki…

Includes interview with Western Professor Baozhen Luo (see link for imbedded video with her)

China’s two-child policy came into effect this year. But for many Chinese women, raising more than one child will require more effort in caring for their families, which in turn, may add more difficulties to their career development.

CCTV America’s Philip TK Yin spoke to Baozhen Luo, Associate Professor at Western Washington University.

We at Foreign Affairs have recently published a number of pieces on the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). Those articles sparked a heated debate, so we decided to ask a broad pool of experts to state whether they agree or disagree with the following statement and to rate their…

People moving to Whatcom County tend to be younger and poorer than the overall county population, according to the latest compilation of data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

In a comparison of Washington counties, other states and foreign locations, released by the Census Bureau on Feb. 6,…

Baozhen Luo, an assistant professor of sociology at Western Washington University, co-authored the article "The Future of Retirement Security Across the Globe," which was published in "Generations: Journal of the American Society on Aging" in April 2013.

Baozhen Luo, an assistant professor in the department of sociology at Western Washington University, co-authored the article “Toward a Discourse Shift in Social Gerontology: From Successful Aging to Harmonious Aging,” which was published in the "Journal of Aging Studies," Vol. 26, No. 3, in 2012…

Immigrants from Asia - not Latin America - are leading the trend to a more diverse Whatcom County, the latest U.S. Census Bureau statistics show.

Among county residents claiming only one race or ethnicity, the number who are of Asian descent increased 5.3 percent between 2011 and 2012,…

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