Taylah Bland is the Schwarzman Fellow at Asia Society Policy Institute’s Center for China Analysis. She joins CCA having spent the last five years studying and working in China, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Most recently, Taylah worked with the Australia-China Chamber of Commerce in Beijing as an Industry and Social Policy Research Associate. In this role, she focused primarily on analyzing China from legal, political, and social perspectives and formulated these findings into Chamber publications and advisory briefs.
Taylah has a special interest in international environmental law culminating in her master's thesis: “A Comparative Exploration of China’s Domestic Policy Reflecting the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement”. At CCA, Taylah hopes to further her work in climate and sustainability whilst also working to identity new accountability structures to underpin bilateral and multilateral agreements.
Taylah holds a Bachelor of Social Science (Self Designed Track in Comparative Law) and Mandarin from New York University, Shanghai and a Masters of Management Science (Global Affairs) from Tsinghua University where she was a Schwarzman Scholar.