Dev Lewis

Dev Lewis

Marketing and Research Manager at Infosys China

Dev Lewis is Marketing and Research Manager at Infosys China and a Digital Asia Hub Research affiliate. He was formerly the Digital Media and Content Coordinator at Gateway House. He graduated from Roger Williams University in 2013 with an undergraduate degree in International Relations with specializations in economics and mandarin. Prior to this, he interned at the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic studies, Washington DC, and worked as a researcher at the Chunqiu Institute, Shanghai. Download high-res image

International Relations, Chinese politics, internet governance, China, Mandarin

Last modified: June 12, 2017

Recent projects

Xiaomi India Courtesy: Alibaba, Xiaomi, Wechat
18 May 2015 Gateway House

China and Digital India

Less than two years ago most Indians would struggle to name a Chinese company. Fast forward to the present, Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi is on the tips of everyone’s tongue. Chinese internet giants Alibaba, Tencent and Xiaomi have emerged as investors and major players in India’s fast growing e-commerce and internet space. Their emergence marks a new and exciting area of cooperation and engagement between India and China Courtesy:
6 April 2015 Gateway House

What the Iran deal means for India

As the UN, U.S. and EU sanctions against Iran begin to be lifted, synchronised with Iran fulfilling its obligations on the nuclear issue, there will be a much greater interaction between India and Iran which will certainly benefit both countries.
Under the dome_India's daughter Courtesy: YouTube
12 March 2015 Gateway House

India, China and censorship

In the past week two documentaries that went viral in China and India were banned. In China, a documentary about pollution. In India, a documentary about the Nirbhaya rape incident in 2012. India's decision to ban the film suggests that the government's approach to censorship is starting to look more like China's
facebook-map Courtesy: Karen Bleier AFP/Getty
19 December 2014 Gateway House

Digital diplomacy

Social media has disrupted how diplomats communicate with each other and the general public. How are diplomats using these platforms? How will future digital tools change the meaning and capabilities of digital diplomacy? Gateway House presents an educational mini-series on digital diplomacy, profiling Indian digital diplomacy, and the future trajectory of digital diplomacy.
beijing_shows_kunqu_opera_1 Courtesy: Wikimedia Commons
5 December 2014 Gateway House

A year of India-China friendship

2014 was celebrated as the year of India-China friendship with many joint high level diplomatic, defence and cultural events to strengthen relations. The cities of New Delhi and Mumbai will see the debut of the Chinese Kunqu Opera to mark the close of the year
Xi_Modi Courtesy: Narendra Modi (
27 November 2014 Gateway House

China’s connectivity tips for India

A major theme at the multilateral summits this month was connectivity, with China at the forefront. India is trailing behind due to a shortfall in investment and political will, among other factors. Prime Minister Modi must follow up on his meetings at the SAARC Summit by robustly taking forward India’s connectivity agenda
US elections Courtesy: wikimedia
5 November 2014 Gateway House

What the U.S. mid-term polls foretell

The Republicans emerged as the clear victors in the U.S. mid-term elections on November 4, taking control of both Houses of Congress. How will this outcome, which has made President Obama’s task more complicated, impact American foreign policy? What are the implications for India? Gateway House analyses the results
Modi with Xi Jingping at BRICS Courtesy: MEA
12 September 2014 Gateway House

“Xi can break through the negativism”

Professor M.D. Nalapat, Director, Department of Geopolitics, Manipal University, talks about Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to India. In an interview to Gateway House, he predicts that the visit will bring in a great deal of investment and be a step towards overcoming the negativity in the relationship