Editor: Zhou Jiangong
Zhou Jiangong is the managing editor of a major business newspaper based in Shanghai.
He was one of the earliest financial columnists in China and has been writing since
the mid-1990s. He spent 2003-2004 doing research at the Center for Strategic and
International Studies (CSIS) in Washington DC.
Zhou holds a master’s in international politics from Peking University and a master’s
in international finance from the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
at Johns Hopkins University.
Senior Associate Editor: Ma Wenluo
Ma Wenluo is the deputy director of the Institute for Credit Research in Shanghai. His research involves projects with the People’s Bank of China as well as drafting credit rating regulations and standards. He is also a senior executive with a credit rating company based in Shanghai.
He holds a bachelor’s in economics from Lanzhou University and a master’s of science from University of Shanghai for Science & Technology.
Associate Editor: Niu Zhijing
Niu Zhijing is an editor for a major business daily based in Shanghai. He edits the front-page news and writes analytical articles on China’s capital market, real estate market, and macroeconomics. He holds a master’s in economics from Nankai University.
Associate Editor: Xu Yisheng
Xu Yisheng is a senior writer for a major business daily. Based in Beijing, he covers the People’s Bank of China (China’s central bank), the banking sector, and macroeconomics. He holds a bachelor’s in information science & finance from the Central University of Finance and Economics in Beijing.