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Joe Studwell was the founding editor of the China Economic Quarterly from 1997-2007 and the founder and director of Dragonomics, now GaveKal Dragonomics. He has worked as a freelance writer and journalist in East Asia for more than 20 years, and
Thomas Abraham is the Director of the Public Health Communication Programme and Assistant Professor at HKU. He is an expert in infectious disease and health risk communication, particularly in an Asian context, and in developing tools and training for health risk communicators
William Valentino was Bayer’s Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility for Greater China until his retirement in July 2011, after 25 years of working for the company in China. At Bayer he pioneered with Tsinghua University the topic of health literacy
Before joining CSIS in June 2007, Stephen J. Flanagan served as Director of the Institute for National Strategic Studies and Vice President for Research at the National Defense University for seven years. He held several senior positions in the U.S. government
Paul French is the Chief China Market Strategist for Mintel International based in Shanghai. He specialises in consumption and retail economics in China and Asia and is regularly quoted in a wide range of media. He is a columnist for