Josephine Kim is a senior in the East Asian Studies department at Princeton University with research interests in contemporary South Korean media studies and Chinese foreign policy. Her language specialization is Korean. At Princeton she is a researcher for the Center on Contemporary China, a member of the Behrman Society, Princeton Asylum Project, and Undergraduate Student Government. She has had experience working in Kolkata, India, at the Indian Chamber of Commerce as well as the U.S. Department of State’s China and Mongolia portfolio. After Princeton, she plans to pursue further studies in international law or Chinese foreign policy.