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Graduate Experience | Global Communication
Mike obtained a Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University in 2016, majoring in Communication and minoring in History. His professional experience includes news editing and broadcasting for Xinhua News Agency and Global TV, as well as public relations and event planning for the Canadian Cancer Society. He is regularly contracted as a bilingual host, with experience presenting forums, awards ceremonies and fundraising galas for organizations such as UNICEF and Tencent. His research interests focus on transnational development programs, such as the UNDP’s ICT4D policy and the Belt and Road Initiative. Outside of work and school, he enjoys volunteering for non-profit and charity organizations, serving as the President of the Vancouver Cambie Lions’ Junior Club Branch. Mike believes the GCMA program is an excellent way for students to develop transnational skills in a rapidly globalizing world, both in the academic and professional realms.
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SFU’s Global Communication M.A. Double Degree Program received a gold prize in the Educational Excellence Award category at the Canada-China Business Council’s (CCBC) 4th Canada-China Business Excellence Awards held in Toronto.
From left to right: Mr. Williams-Walshe, Director of Advancement, SFU Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology, Jean Chrétien, former Prime Minister of Canada, and Dr. Zhao Yuezhi, founding Director of the Global Communication Program