William Adams is a Senior International Economist for PNC Financial Services Group. He is responsible for forecasting economic conditions in China.
Shazeda Ahmed is an Intern with Asia Society’s Center on U.S.-China Relations, where she works on Chinese translation and social media as well as film projects.
Established in 1999, the Aibai Culture & Education Center is a non-profit organization based in China.
Stephen C. Angle received a B.A. from Yale University in East Asian Studies and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Michigan.
Michael Anti (Jing Zhao) is a Chinese journalist and political blogger, known for his posts about freedom of the press in China.
John Balzano is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Boston University Law School, where he teaches Chinese law and transnational litigation.
David Bandurski is a researcher at the University of Hong Kong’s China Media Project and editor of the project’s website.
Geremie Barmé is a historian, cultural critic, filmmaker, translator, and web-journal editor who works on Chinese cultural and intellectual history from the early modern period
Robert Barnett is an Associate Research Scholar, Director of the Modern Tibet Studies Program and an Adjunct Professor of Contemporary Tibetan Studies at the Columbia University
David Barreda is the Director of Visuals for ChinaFile.
Rachel Beitarie is a Middle East-born and long-time Beijing-based freelance writer.
Ira Belkin is Executive Director of the U.S.-Asia Law Institute at New York University.
Nicholas Bequelin is Senior Researcher in the Asia division of Human Rights Watch, based in Hong Kong, and a former Visiting Scholar at the China Law Center, Yale University.
Martin Bernal was born in London in 1937. He studied at Kings College in Cambridge, and in 1959 attended Peking University.
Richard Bernstein was born in New York but grew up on a poultry farm in East Haddam, CT. He received his B.A.
Michael Berry is Professor of Contemporary Chinese Cultural Studies and Director of the East Asia Center at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He holds a Ph.D.
Hamid Biglari is Vice Chairman of Citicorp, the strategic arm of Citigroup.
Bill Bikales is Chief of Social Policy and Reform for Children at UNICEF China.
Bill Bishop is an American who lives in Beijing.
Tania Branigan is China Correspondent for The Guardian and has been based in Beijing since 2008, covering every major story from the Wenchuan earthquake to the downfall
Emily Brill is a journalist and native New Yorker.
Debra Bruno is a Beijing-based freelance writer who regularly writes for The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The Chris
Uradyn E. Bulag is a Reader in Social Anthropology at Cambridge University.
Ian Buruma was educated in Holland and Japan, where he studied history, Chinese literature, and Japanese cinema.
Yong Cai is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and a Faculty Fellow of the Carolina Population Center at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Caixin Media Company Limited is a media group dedicated to providing high-quality and authoritative financial and business news and information through periodicals, online conte
Jonathan Campbell lived on all sides of Beijing’s local-music-scene stage between 2000 and 2010.
A graduate student at the School of International Affairs at Pennsylvania State University, YiYang Cao is an intern at the Asia Society’s Center on U.S.-China Relations.
Liz Carter is an Editor at Tea Leaf Nation, now a part of the Foreign Policy Group.
Christian Caryl is a contributing editor at Foreign Policy magazine and a senior fellow with the Legatum Institute.