Associated Research Fellow
Anett Gulyás is currently a Junior Assistant Professor at the Sinology Department of the International Relations and Political Science Institution of Pázmány Péter Catholic University.
She obtained her PhD degree in 2014 in Sinology language science from the Eötvös Loránd University PhD school Doctoral School of Linguistics, and the title of her dissertation was: “The Role of Language Learning Strategies in Learning Chinese”.
Ms. Gulyás obtained a “Chinese language teacher” MA degree in 2012 at the Foreign Languages University in Beijing and also has a MA degree in sociology. Her research fields include the Chinese identity, social changes in Chinese rural society, the world view, human behavior, self-image of the Chinese people and their image of society.
She has been working at the China National Tourist Office in Budapest and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of China since its establishment in 2016.
Her recently published book is “The value system, life goals and world views in present day China”.