Hong Kong America Center
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Since 2000, Dr. Glenn Shive has been Director of the Hong Kong – America Center, a non-profit consortium of universities in Hong Kong that promotes education exchanges between Hong Kong and the United States and between China and the United States over the bridge of Hong Kong. Dr. Shive was a Fulbright scholar at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1998-99 and also served as Director of the Hong Kong office of the Institute of International Education from 1988-91. Receiving his Ph.D. in Chinese history from Temple University in Philadelphia, Dr. Shive also has studied previously in the Kantonschule of St. Gallen Switzerland, Oxford University in the U.K., the Free University in Berlin, and Taiwan Normal University in Taipei. He also did post-doctoral research at the John King Fairbank Center at Harvard University. In addition, he has taught at universities and administered exchange programs in “greater China”, including Shanghai, Guangzhou, Taipei, and Kaohsiung. In America, he was assistant dean at the East West Center in Honolulu, Scholar in Residence with the Fulbright Program at the U.S. State Department in Washington DC, Policy Research Coordinator for the NETWORK, Inc. in Andover, Massachusetts, and the Director of the Board of Governors Program in Chicago, Illinois.