Mr Li XiaotianPhD Student
Li Xiaotian is a full-time PhD student at HKU sociology, where he is researching the Internet economy in China, especially the labor process in the digital world. He received his Master degree in Renmin University of China and his Bachelor degree in Tsinghua university, both in Sociology. His research interests include gender and sexuality, labor and migration in China, and how technology changes work and everyday life.
Master in Sociology
Renmin University of China (Beijing, China)
Bachelor in Sociology
Tsinghua University (Beijing, China)
National Sun Yat-sen University (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
Gender and sexuality
Labor and migration in China
Honours and recognitions
Hong Kong PhD Fellowship, Hong Kong Research Council, 2017
LI Xiaotian, 2020. < Precariat：一個階級概念的回顧與爭論 >，文化研究國際中心工作論文，ISSN 2707-2193，ICCS Working Paper No. 26，https://iccs.nctu.edu.tw/zh/wps_one.php?USN=29.
LI, Xiaotian. 2019. “The 996.ICU Movement in China: Changing Employment Relations and Labour Agency in the Tech Industry.” China Columns, Online Only, Made in China Journal. see https://madeinchinajournal.com/2019/06/18/the-996-icu-movement-in-china-changing-employment-relations-and-labour-agency-in-the-tech-industry/.