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The China Paper (TCP) is an independent trade publication for professionals in international trade and foreign affairs, as well as anyone interested in keeping up on US-Asia economic relations. TCP is written, edited, and produced by professional journalists and experts on China.

Managing editor Andrew Burke is a lifelong aficionado of all things Chinese. He currently works at the Harvard-Yenching Library, the East Asian research library of Harvard University, where he is also continuing his studies in Mandarin, foreign affairs of Asia, and the politics of China. Andrew previously lived in Taiwan for six years where he studied Mandarin and taught Tae Kwon Do.

Markets and Energy Editor Daniel J. Macy is an experienced Washington, D.C. journalist with a long history of public affairs and financial services regulation reporting. He currently serves as Senior Associate in the Public Editor at the Public Broadcasting Service. He was previously markets editor for global media firm Oil Price Information Service, a Dow Jones Company, and an editor and reporter for Thompson Media Group. Macy’s work has also been published by Bloomberg LP and Bankrate, and he has contributed to BBC Radio and China International Radio. Temporarily leaving journalism, Dan worked for 10 years in the defense industry, including at the headquarters of Lockheed Martin Corporation, before returning to reporting. Macy received his B.A. in Journalism from the University of Arizona.

Contributor Nino Abdaladze is an award-winning journalist who covers foreign policy and business. She was previously based in Tbilisi, Georgia where she reported for iFact writing about crime, corruption, health care, and social issues. Nino holds a master’s degree in investigative journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University and is a recipient of a Fulbright scholarship. Her stories have appeared in the Washington Post, the New York Times, AP News, the Arizona Republic, and other publications.

Contributor Weimin Chen has been a researcher and contributor at the Austrian Economics Center. His work has also been featured at the Mises Institute, Antiwar.com, and the Scott Horton Show. He holds an M.A. in Global Studies from Leipzig University in Germany and the University of Wrocław in Poland under the Erasmus Mundus Programme of the European Union as well as double B.A. degrees in History and Government & Politics from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Intern Rachel Beard is a student at Harvard University studying History and Literature with Archaeology. She is a staff writer for the Arts Board at the Harvard Crimson, where she covers various cultural events both on and off campus. In addition, Rachel works at the Harvard-Yenching Library.

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