Female Experts on Hong Kong, Macau, Mainland China and Taiwan
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Greater China Female Experts - Open directory PUBLIC INFO only. Please get permission before posting mobile phone numbers. And please don't change settings/formatting. If have suggestions, email admin.Open list. Help improve this directory by updating or making entries. If you would like to edit or delete your entry, please make the changes in this document or email your request to: contact@joannachiu.com Entries in English please, but experts don't need to speak English. Definition of "expert" is broad - no advanced degrees required. Please note that information listed could be outdated or inaccurate. All female-identified experts, people of all political views welcome. Anyone can view. Requires Google account to edit, or email administrator with requests. Podcast about this list: http://supchina.com/sinica/joanna-chiu-lucy-hornby-can-amplify-womens-voices-china/
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Name Title + Institution or Affiliations Category Areas of Expertise EmailPhone/WebsitesLocation/Notes
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Abigail CoplinPhD Candidate, Columbia University. Post-doc at Yale University as of 7/1/2017.AcademicScience and technology (esp. biotechnology), tech policy, state-society relations, sociology.aec2168@columbia.eduNew York and New Haven
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Agatha KratzAssociate Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)Think tankChina-EU relations, Chinese outward investment, China's infrastructure diplomacyagatha.kratz@ecfr.eu; agatha.kratz@gmail.com@AgathaKratzLondon
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Agnes Schick-ChenProfessor of Sinology, Department of East Asian Studies, University of ViennaAcademicTaiwan; China's political development; China's legal development
agnes.schick-chen@univie.ac.at
Vienna
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Alanna KrolikowskiPrinceton-Harvard China CenterAcademic@AK_AlannaUS
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Ali SzalwinskiAssistant Director, The National Bureau of Asian ResearchThink tankU.S.-China political and security relationsaszalwinski@nbr.org@aliszaliUS
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Alice EkmanHead of China Research, Center for Asian Studies, Institut Français des Relations Internationales (IFRI)Think TankChina, Taiwan, South Koreaekman@ifri.org@alice_ekman https://www.ifri.org/fr/a-propos/equipe/alice-ekmanParis
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Alice FangUser experience researcher, Google; Master's candidate, Peking University Yenching AcademyIndustrye-commerce, technology in rural China, Chinese designalicefang@cs.stanford.eduMountain View, CA, US
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Alice MillerChina leadership monitor, Hoover InstitutionAcademicChina elite politics
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Alison M. Friedman Ping Pong Productions 乒乓策划founder/directorChina and international performing arts exchange, dance, theateralison@pingpongarts.orgwww.pingpongarts.org / @pingpongarts
Beijing, China / Washington DC, USA
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Alka Acharya Professor, Centre for East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 110067AcademicChines economy, Sino-Indian border dispute
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Amanda ShumanUniversity of FreiburgAcademicPRC history, sports and running in China, digital humanitiesamanda.shuman@sinologie.uni-freiburg.de@AmandaUCSC www.amandashuman.netGermany
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Amanda WhitfortUniversty of Hong KongAcademicEnvironment, also a barrister whitfort@hku.hk39172976HK
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Amy ChangHarvard Belfer Center, Cyber Security ProjectPolicy, think tank, academicU.S.-China, cybersecurity, Chinese foreign policy, Chinese military and security@quelquefoisUS
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Amy KingAustralia National UniversityAcademicChina-Japan, regional security, Chinese foreign policyamy.king@anu.edu.au@amysarahking www.amykingonline.comAustralia
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An Xiao MinaBerkman Center, Harvard Universitytech, mediasocial media, internet culture, censorship@anxiaostudio
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Andrea LingenfelterUniversity of San FranciscoLiterary translator/academicTranslation, contemporary poetry and fiction, women writers, Hong Kong, Shanghaiondi@speakeasy.org ; ondi.lingenfelter@gmail.com@OndiLingSan Francisco
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Ann BierbowerDirector of Operations, China SkinnyResearch/MarketingChinese consumers, imported products, Chinese travel, Chinese internet useageann@chinaskinny.comwww.chinaskinny.com
@thechinaskinny
California/Shanghai
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Ann LeeNew York UniversityacademicChina U.S. relationsann@professorannlee.comprofessorannlee.com/NYC
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Anne Henochowiczfreelance translator, former Translations Editor at China Digital Timesmediainternet culture, censorship, resistance discourse
annemh@alumni.upenn.edu@annemhdc
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Anne Marie-Brady Global Fellow at the Wilson Center, Editor-in-chief of The Polar Journal, Professor in Political Science, University of Canterbury, NZ.AcademicChinese propaganda system, Chinese media, China's foreign propaganda, CCP politics and the Party-State relationship, China's polar and maritime policies, One Belt One Road policy, China and South Pacific, China and Arctic, China and Antarctica, foreigners in China, New Zealand-China relations, China's global rise anne-marie.brady@canterbury.ac.nz@thepolarjournalNew Zealand
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Anne ShermanState Department-China Desk. Carnegie-Tsinghua Centergoverment/think tankUS-China relationsannensherman@gmail.com@annesher07Washington, D.C.
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Anne Stevenson-Yang Co-founder, J Capital Research ResearchChina economy anne@jcapitalresearch.comBeijing
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Anne ThurstonProfessor, Johns Hopkins SAISAcademicTibet, grassroots organizing, civil society, NGOs
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Annemieke van den DoolUniversity of Amsterdam & Harvard Law SchoolAcademicLegislative politics, law, environment, food/agriculture
avddool@gmail.com@SinoEnvironMiek
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Anson ChanHong Kong 2020 (pro-democracy think tank)Politician (former-)Former HK Chief-Sec. Hong Kong politicschanfanganson@gmail.comTel 2520.2383 | Fax 2520.2380HK
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Ardi BouwersProfessor, Amsterdam University CollegeAcademic/Media
China general, politics, media, communication
ardi@chinacircle.nlTwitter: @ardibouwers: www.chinacircle.nlNetherlands
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Ashley JohnsonProject Associate, The National Bureau of Asian ResearchThink Tankenergy and climate policy; U.S.- Asia energy/trade relations; water issues in China, India, Bangladesh; climate change adaption and mitigationajohnson@nbr.org@ashjohnson812Washington, DC
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Astrid NordinLecturer, Lancaster University, Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion and Associate Director, Institute for Social FuturesAcademicChinese international relations, Chinese culture, Chinese academics, online culturea.nordin@lancaster.ac.ukTel 0044(0)1524592422UK
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Aurora BewickeChina Program Director, International Bridges to Justice; LawyerNon-profit/LegalRule of Law, criminal justice, international law and human rights standardsabewicke@ibj.org, abewicke@bewickelaw.com
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Beth NotarAssociate Professor of Anthropology, Trinity College AcademicContemporary China; the relationship between representations in popular culture, tourism and transformations of place in southwest China.beth.notar@trincoll.edu
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Bonnie GlaserDirector, China Power Project, CSISThink tankTaiwan, South China Sea, Chinese foreign and security policy, US-China relationsbglaser@csis.orghttps://www.csis.org/people/bonnie-s-glaser (202) 775-3103 OR: 202.775.3242 US
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Cai MeinaProfessor, Univ of Connecticut Academic Asian studies, interdiscriplinary Meina.Cai@uconn.eduhttp://asianamerican.uconn.edu/faculty/core/meina/US
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Caitlin CampbellSenior Policy Analyst, U.S.-China Economic and Security Review CommissionResearchChinese foreign policy and national securityccampbell@uscc.govUS
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Calla WiemerProfessor, University of the PhilippinesAcademicChinese economy; Chinese economic relations with Southeast Asiacalla.wiemer@econ.upd.edu.phwww.callawiemer.comPhilippines
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Cara WallisAssociate Professor, Department of Communication, Texas A&M UniversityResearchgender, class, migration, mobile media, social media, Internet culture, ethnographycwallis@tamu.edu@carawallisTexas
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Carla Freeman, PhDJohns Hopkins SAISAcademiccfreeman5@jhu.edu202-663-5890 http://www.fpi.sais-jhu.edu/US
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Carla P. FreemanAssociate Res. Professor, Johns Hopkins SAISacademicChina international governance; environment; security
cfreeman5@jhu.edu@sinocentric; 202-663-5890US
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Carolyn WuSpokesperson, ApplePR, techcarolyn_wu@apple.comHong Kong
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Caterina BellinettiPhD Student, University of GlasgowresearchSecond Sino-Japanese war, Chinese photography and propaganda, Maoism, Chinese female iconography m.bellinetti.1@research.gla.ac.uk
@ducky_catGlasgow
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Catherin Ruth (Katja) LevyAssistant Professor, Freie-Universitat BerlinAcademicPolitics, law, civil society, German-China relations, Latin America-China relationskatja.levy@fu-berlinhttp://www.geschkult.fu-berlin.de/e/oas/sinologie/institut/mitarbeiter/1_professoren/Levy.htmlBerlin
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Cathy BarbashIndependent producer, consultantArts & CultureCultural policy reform, cultural industry development-performing arts, cultural project creation and management, PR for cultural sectorcbarbash@yahoo.com
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Cathy SilberSkidmore CollegeAcademicAsian, Chinese literaturecsilber@skidmore.edu
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Caylan FordIndependent documentarian, scholarAcademic, documentaryHuman rights, Chinese external perception management, Falun Gong, political violencecaylanf@gwu.eduToronto
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Cecilie Figenschou BakkeChina and East Asia Director, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of OsloAcademicChina, human rights, dialogue, c.f.bakke@nchr.uio.noOslo
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Chang YiyangSenior Analyst, Emerging StrategyresearchChina Education, Edtech
yiyang.chang@emerging-strategy.com
(+86) 21 6191 1101Shanghai
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Charlene BarshefkyWilmerHale
trade
charlene.barshefsky@wilmerhale.com
Washington
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Charlene Chuprior Fitch, current Autonomous Research
AcademicChina's economy (debt, credit bubble, etc.)
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Chen Hui-lingPartner, Winkler PartnersLaw/FinanceData Privacy, Insurance, Corporate Law, Litigationhchen@winklerpartners.comhttp://www.winklerpartners.com/?page_id=163Taipei, Taiwan
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Chenni XuAccount Director, Brunswick Group and Co-lead of Brunswick Beijing's Women's NetworkConsultantGender inequality in China, feminist economics, China politics, women leadership, gender issues in rural China, domestic violence, how the female body is portrayed in art and literaturecxu@brunswickgroup.com / chenni.xu@gmail.com(86) 13810983905Beijing
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Chichi PengPhD student in the University of California, Santa Barbara/ President of North American Taiwan Studies AssociationacademicTaiwan history, modern Chinese history, Sino-US relations, Asian American history chitingpeng@gmail.com@chichi_pengUS
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Christina Larson China reporter, now covering China technology at Bloomberg; previously at Science magazine and Foreign PolicymediaChina science, technology, innovation, environment, ecologychristina.larson@gmail.com@larsonchristinaBeijing
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Christine Susanna TjhinSenior Researcher, Centre for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) IndonesiaThinktankChina's diplomacy; Indonesia China partnership; Pluralism in Indonesia & Chinese Indonesian politicschristine.tjhin@csis.or.id@cataya, www.csis.or.idJakarta, Indonesia.
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Christina XuEthnographer industryChina, mobile, youth, subculturechristina.k.xu@gmail.com@xuhulk
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Christina Yuen Zi ChungPhD student, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, University of WashingtonAcademic
Arts & Culture
Hong Kong art, Chinese contemporary art, feminist studiescyuenzi@uw.eduUS
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Christine ChenPartner, Winkler PartnersLaw/FinanceIntellectual Property, Employment (Immigration) Lawcchen@winklerpartners.comhttp://www.winklerpartners.com/?page_id=608Taipei, Taiwan
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Christine WongProfessor and Director of the Centre for Contemproary Chinese Studies, University of MelbourneAcademicpublic finance; centre-local relationschristine.wong@unimelb.edu.auMelbourne
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Claire ReadeCSIS, Senior Associate, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer Senior Counselthink tank, law China trade and investmentclaire.reade@apks.comWashington DC
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Clara GillispieSenior Director for Trade, Economic, and Energy Affairs at the National Bureau of Asian ResearchThink Tanktrade, economic, energy, environment, innovation, IP; US-China relations; China-Asia relations; China-Russia relationscgillispie@nbr.org@claireuh
http://nbr.org/About/team.aspx?id=63dc43eb-526b-4910-935f-5bace9b99841
USA (Washington, D.C.)
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Claudia MoCivic Party Hong Kong (pro-democracy)Politician Hong Kong politics, press freedomcontact@msmo.hk / claudiamo.cp@gmail.com 9071 1900Hong Kong
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Cora Francisca JungbluthProject Manager in “Shaping Sustainable Economies” program at Bertelsmann StiftungAcademicBusiness and Cultural Studies, (Chinese Studies).cora.jungbluth@bertelsmann-stiftung.dehttps://www.bertelsmann-stiftung.de/en/about-us/who-we-are/contact/profile/cid/cora-francisca-jungbluth/Gütersloh, Germany
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Cristina Garafolathink tankChinese security, Chinese miliary, Myanmargarafola@rand.org@CLGarafolaUS
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Crystyl MoAcademy Chair, China & Korea, World's 50 Best Restaurants; Partner & Strategic Advisor, Bon App; Holistic Coach
Food/Technology/Wellness
Food and Restaurants, Shanghai F&B, Apps and Start-Ups, Holistic Health and Functional Medicine, former China Correspondentc@crystyl.comwww.crystyl.comShanghai/US
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Cui Weiping 崔卫平Professor, Beijing Film AcademyAcademic/MediaChinese film, society, art, social issues(86) 13167395670 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cui_Weiping @cuiweipingBeijing
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Danielle CavePhD scholar, Coral Bell School for Asia Pacific Affairs, Australian National University + Google Policy Fellow Digital Asia Hub, Hong KongThink tankAsian cyber & geopolitics, Australia-Asia relations, China in the Pacific Islands Danielle.Cave@anu.edu.au@DaniellesCave and @TheManelLogTaipei (but often in Canberra, Hong Kong)
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Dao NguyenEssenzia, founder CEOBusiness /researchCartography of taste : smell and taste. Fragrance, cosmetics, fine food #TasteOfChinahello@essenziabydao.comessenziabydao.comParis, France
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Deborah SeligsohnUniversity of California, San DiegoacademicEnvironment, energy, climate change, regulatory affairs in US, China, Indiadjseligsohn@gmail.com>
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Denise van der KampPhD candidate, UC BerkeleyAcademicChinese environmental politics, regulation, market governancedvanderkamp@berkeley.edu@d_vanderkampHong Kong, Berkeley
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Denise WongRed CrossNGODisaster relief / Hong Kong Red Crosswf.wong@redcross.org.hk98426002Hong Kong
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Didi Kirsten TatlowChina correspondent, New York TimesMediaChina general https://twitter.com/dktatlowBeijing
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Dorothy J. SolingerProfessor, Political Science, Univ. of Cal. Irvine Academic China politics dorjsoli@uci.edu949-854-2872California
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Dorothy KoColumbia University, Barnard CollegeAcademicHistory of China, Women's Gender and Sexuality Studiesdko@barnard.eduNew York, NY
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Eleanor FreundResearch Assistant, Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center for Science and International AffairsAcademic think tankUS-China relations, Asia-Pacific security issues, US foreign policyeleanor_freund@hks.harvard.edu@eleanor_freundCambridge, MA
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Elena BarabantsevaProfessor, University of ManchesterAcademicChinese politics and IR; migrationhttps://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/E.V.Barabantseva.html
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Elena CollinsonSenior Project and Research Officer, Australia-China Relations Institute, University of Technology SydneyThink Tank, academicAustralia-China relations, Australia-China-US relations, South China Seaelena.collinson@uts.edu.au@elenacollinsonSydney, Australia
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Elif Nur DumanUniversity of Toronto, MA in Political Science in Collaboration with Asia-Pacific StudiesResearchChina's Foreign Policy, SCO, China' s Policies towards West, One Belt One Roadelifnur.duman@mail.utoronto.ca@elifnur_dumanToronto
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Elizabeth EconomyC.V. Starr Senior Fellow and Director of Asia Studies, Council on Foreign RelationsThink TankEnvironment, energy, U.S.-China relations, Chinese politicseeconomy@cfr.org @LizEconomyNew York
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Elizabeth KnupCountry Director, China, Ford FoundationNGOChina general, civil society, philanthropy, US-China relationsedknup@gmail.comBeijing
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Elizabeth LynchChina Law and PolicyresearchChinese criminal law, rule of law, civil society, politico-legal apparatuselynch@chinalawandpolicy.com@chinalawpolicy
www.chinalawandpolicy.com
New York
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Elizabeth RemickAssociate Professor of Political Science, Tufts UniversityAcademicChinese politics; local state-buildingelizabeth.remick@tufts.edu
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Enoch LiMD, Organizational Change & Play Consultant, BEARAPY / INSEADConsultantmental health, entrepreneurs depression, executive well being, corporate culture, psychology of playfulness, stress management, women leadershipenoch@bearapy.me / nochnoch@nochnoch.comwww.bearapy.me / NochNoch.comBeijing
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Erica DownsChina Studies division of CNA, a federally-funded research centerAcademicenergy policyerica.s.downs@gmail.comWashington
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Erica LiAssociate Professor of Finance at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB)AcademicCorporate governance, capital structure, asset pricing, macroeconomics, debtContact via CKGSB Communications Manager: markdreyer@ckgsb.edu.cnhttp://english.ckgsb.edu.cn/faculty_content/erica-xn-liBeijing
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Eva PilsKing's College LondonAcademiclaw, human rights, politics eva.pils@kcl.ac.ukeva.pils@kcl.ac.ukLondon
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Evelyn GohAustralia National UniversityAcademicEast Asian security & international relationsevelyn.goh@anu.edu.auAustralia
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Even Rogers PayAgriculture & agtech analyst. Based at China Policy -- policy research and strategic advisory firmbusiness / investment researchAgriculture policy and regulatory change, agricultural technology, climate change, food water energy nexus, high tech agriculture (drones, sensors, IoT, cloud computing), precision agriculture, GMO policy, seed research, environmental regulatory in agriculture, belt and road agriculture policy, agribusiness M&Aeven.pay@gmail.com @even_payBeijing, China
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Felicia PullamConsultant; Former Obama Administration official at the U.S. Dept. of Commercebusiness / governmentChinese foreign direct investment (FDI); corporate social responsibility; export promotion; U.S. state-level engagement; Olympic advocacy campaignsfpullam@gmail.com@fpullamWashington, D.C.
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Frances Eve HK-based researcher, Network of Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD)NGOChina human rights franceseve@nchrd.org(852) 6695 4083HK
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Frances KittResearcher, East Asia & International SecurityThink tankChina, Taiwan, Hong Kong, North Korea, South Koreafkitt@lowyinstitute.org
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Françoise NicolasSenior Research Fellow and Director, Center for Asian Studies, Institut Français des Relations Internationales (IFRI)Think TankEmerging economies, with a focus on East Asia, East Asian regional economic integrationnicolas@ifri.orgParis
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Gan JieProfessor of Finance, Associate Dean for Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB)AcademicChinese economy, industrial sector, banking reform, stock market governance, robotics & automation, technology innovation. Also publishes a large-scale microsurvey (2,000 companies each time) on China's industrial economy.Contact via CKGSB Communications Manager: markdreyer@ckgsb.edu.cnhttp://english.ckgsb.edu.cn/faculty_content/gan-jieHong Kong & Beijing
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Geeta KochharAssistant Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru UniversityAcademicChina studies, urbanization, international relationsjidujnu@gmail.comhttps://sites.google.com/a/jnu.ac.in/geetakochhar/Delhi, India
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Gwendoline DebéthuneAssociate Junior Researcher at the Research Centre on Modern and contemporary China (CECMC)AcademicWomen and microcredit / microfinance; Women’s hidden economygwendoline.debethune@gmail.comhttp://cecmc.ehess.fr/index.php?2461

https://www.linkedin.com/in/debethune/?ppe=1
Paris, France
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Hannah BrethertonProject Coordinator and ResearcherAcademic, not-for-profitAustralia-China relations, South China Sea, Chinese investment in Australia, Australian foreign policy, Chinese politicshannahbretherton@live.com@hcbrethertonSydney, Australia
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Hannah Wurfresearcher, Lowy InstituteThink tankG20, economic governance, not China specialistHWurf@lowyinstitute.org
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Harriet EvansProfessor, University of WestminsterAcademicsexuality; gender; Old Beijing; Chinese culture (politics & development)evansh@westminster.ac.ukPhone: 44-20-791-5000 ext 68905

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/about-us/our-people/directory/evans-harriet
London
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Hester Chan 陳欣怡Mres Humanities, London Consortium, Leiden U.AcademicFemale emancipation; power, performance, migration, cross-cultural gender politics. mail@hesterchan.com
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Holly Harrington 韓荷麗General Manager, Taiwan Startup Stadium; Curator, Startup Digest TaipeiBusiness/TechTaiwan technology startup ecosystem holly@startupstadium.tw@taispy www.startupstadium.twTaipei, Taiwan
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Hui Faye XiaoAssociate Professor, Dep't of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of KansasAcademicfeminist literature, gender and family, cultural representations of divorcehxiao@ku.eduLawrence, US
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