Co-Founder and Managing Director, Center for China Analysis
Jing Qian is Co-Founder and Managing Director of Asia Society Policy Institute’s Center for China Analysis (CCA) and serves as Senior Advisor to the Hon. Dr. Kevin Rudd. At CCA, Jing leads and coordinates strategy, research, and policy work (including Track 1.5/2 dialogues) on China with Kevin Rudd. Prior to joining Asia Society, Jing served as a research fellow at Harvard University’s Kennedy School, focusing on China’s elite politics and its impact on China’s domestic and foreign policy, particularly in regard to U.S.-China relations.
Jing leads the Decoding the 20th Party Congress project with Nathan Levine and the Cure4Cancer International Clinical Trials Collaboration project with Dr. Bob Li. He has also been a founding member of the New Economy Forum International Cancer Coalition. He is a Senior Fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto, a member of the Advisory Board of the Research Program on Sustainability Policy and Management at Columbia University, and is deeply interested in the liberal arts and sustainability education.
Jing holds a master of laws degree with honors from Harvard Law School, a Ph.D. (ABD) in law and society, a master of laws degree from the University of Victoria in Canada, and a bachelor of laws from China.