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China's Media & Entertainment Law (Vol. I) Contributors

Managing Editors

Jesse T H Chang, Isabelle I H Wan, Philip Qu

Contributing Editor

Theodore Humphries is a graduate of Edinburgh University (MA, First Class Honors) and is fluent in Mandarin.  He was the chief editor of China's Internet Policy & Legislation (TransAsia), China's IT Policy & Legislation (TransAsia) and supervised the entire translation work for this book.

Contributors

Zhao Yuhui (Vice President, China International TV Corporation (CITVC)) is a postgraduate in linguistics from the Beijing Foreign Studies University.  Professor Zhao was formerly Dean of Studies at China Radio and TV University, the Director of CCTV's International Relations Department and Director General of CCTV's Overseas Division between 1997 and 2002.  At CITVC, he is responsible for international business and cooperative projects.

Wang Huapeng (Director General, Department for Foreign Exchange and Cooperation at the General Administration of Press and Publication) has spent years immersed in China's print media industry.  A graduate of the Northwestern Polytechnical University, Mr Wang was the vice director general of the Gansu Provincial Administration for Press and Publication and director of the Copyright Department of the National Copyright Administration.  He is currently responsible for the administration of overseas exchange and cooperation projects in China.

Qu Jianmin (Director General, Advertising Department at the State Administration for Industry and Commerce) is a recognized authority on the establishment of businesses and industry administration in the PRC and specializes in advertising.  Mr Qu graduated from the Beijing College of Economics and Management, and undertook postgraduate studies at the Peking University Law School.  Director Qu participated in drafting the commentaries to Chapter 5 of this publication and provided valuable comments on the detailed catalogue of included legislation.

Zhang Xinjian (Vice Director, Department of Cultural Market Administration at the Ministry of Culture) completed his graduate studies at Nanjing University and was formerly the director of the Regulation Office of the Policy and Regulation Department of the Ministry of Culture.  Mr Zhang is currently responsible for governmental affairs administration relating to the audiovisual market and Internet online premises.  He is also a key legislator for audiovisual legislation in the PRC.

Han Sanping (Vice Chairman, China Film Group Corporation) is the President of the Beijing Film Studio, the largest and oldest film studio in China, where many award-winning Sino-foreign co-productions (such as "Farewell My Concubine" and "The Last Emperor") were filmed.  Mr Han studied at the Beijing Film Academy.

Daniel Varnals

Anna Zichterman is a graduate of George Washington University and the Inter-University Program of Chinese Language Studies at Tsinghua University.  She is fluent in Mandarin and works extensively on print and broadcast media projects.

Carl Polley is a graduate of Lawrence University and the Associated Colleges in China program at the Capital University of Business and Economics in Beijing.  Carl is fluent in Mandarin and specializes in projects relating to the media, telecommunications and IT sectors.

Helen Sunderland

Mark Jiang

Kevin Guo