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Chuanfei Wang received her Ph.D. in Global Studies from Sophia University Japan in 2017. At the momen she is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute of Comparative Culture at the same university. Her PhD dissertation covers wine culture in Japan, focusing on how Japanese wine producers, consumers and cultural intermediaries have incorporated Japan into the global wine world from the perspective of the sociology of culture. She is currently conducting ethnographic research on the globalization of Japanese restaurants in China, Europe, and a comparative study of wine tourism in Japan, Australia and China.

 
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