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anthropologist , educator

Alexander Chien-Chung Yin, Chinese anthropologist, educator. Certified East-West Population Institute, 1972, sampling certified University Michigan, 1972. East-West Center fellow, 1969-1973, Population Council fellow, 1971-1974, Ministry Education Republican China grantee, 1972-1973, Fellow Population Council, Royal Anthropological Insurance.

Background

Yin, Alexander Chien-Chung was born on June 12, 1942 in Shen-Hsi province, China. Son of Tien Chia Yin and Wen Cheng Yu Yin.

Education

Bachelor in Anthropology, National Taiwan University, 1965. Master of Arts in Anthropology, National Taiwan University, 1969. Master of Arts in Anthropology, University Hawaii, 1971.

Doctor of Philosophy in Anthropology, University Hawaii, 1975.

Career

Associate professor National Taiwan University, 1975—1979, chairman department anthropology, 1976—1982, professor, since 1979, dean student affairs, 1981—1984. Fulbright visiting professor department anthropology Stanford University, California, 1984—1985.

Achievements

  • Certified East-West Population Institute, 1972, sampling certified University Michigan, 1972.

Membership

Member of American Study Association. (executive board), Taipei Gazeteer Community, Population Association, Chinese Ethnological Society, Population Association American, American Anthropological Association.

Connections

Married Nora Y. A. Tang Yin, October 27, 1973. Children: Erick Chao, Jay.

father:
Tien Chia Yin

mother:
Wen Cheng Yu Yin

spouse:
Nora Y. A. Tang Yin

child:
Erick Chao Yin

child:
Jay Yin