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Annie Sheng is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Anthropology at Cornell University and a National Science Foundation fellow. She currently conducts fieldwork research in the porous geographic spaces of East Asia, and to some extent Southeast Asia, on modern foodways and systems. Her dissertation research explores the intersection of social meaning, policy and transnational and local networks.

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