Li Xiao-Jiang, a neuroscientist and former researcher at Emory University in Atlanta, says he will now live and work primarily in China. Photo: WeiboLi Xiao-Jiang, a neuroscientist and former researcher at Emory University in Atlanta, says he will now live and work primarily in China. Photo: Weibo
Li Xiao-Jiang, a neuroscientist and former researcher at Emory University in Atlanta, says he will now live and work primarily in China. Photo: Weibo

Chinese-American scientist’s world upended after he is swept up in US national security net

  • Original charges against Emory University researcher are dropped, but fears of continuing overreach by US Justice Department’s ‘China Initiative’ remain
  • Critics call the initiative counterproductive and an over-deterrent, as investigations drive experienced scientific researchers back to China amid the pandemic
Topic |   Chinese overseas
Li Xiao-Jiang, a neuroscientist and former researcher at Emory University in Atlanta, says he will now live and work primarily in China. Photo: WeiboLi Xiao-Jiang, a neuroscientist and former researcher at Emory University in Atlanta, says he will now live and work primarily in China. Photo: Weibo
Li Xiao-Jiang, a neuroscientist and former researcher at Emory University in Atlanta, says he will now live and work primarily in China. Photo: Weibo
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