Yun Jiang is an editor of the China Story blog at the Australian National University. She is also a director of China Policy Centre, an independent, non-profit research organisation that produces China Neican, a policy-focused China analysis newsletter. She has published widely on China-related topics and has been quoted in several major national and international press, including ABC, BBC, Al-Jazeera, South China Morning Post and Washington Post.
Prior to joining the ANU, she was a policy adviser in the Australian Government, having worked in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Treasury and the Department of Defence. Her extensive policy experience covers international economy, trade, multilateral institutions, foreign investment, critical infrastructure, Commonwealth-state relations, economic diplomacy, and military diplomacy. During her time in government, she led a project on integrating economics and national security, and made significant contributions to improving China literacy in the public service.
Yun speaks English and Mandarin fluently.
Australia's relationship with China — and what it means for you- Listen to Yun Jiang interview on ABC Radio Melbourne
ANU China Story blog editor and director of the not-for-profit China Policy Centre Yun Jiang, geoecono
Yun Jiang, joins Martyn Pearce the host of Policy Forum podcast and a panel or experts to discuss online hate, anti-social behaviour on digital platforms, and what policymakers can do about it.
US-Australia ministers meet in Washington, as both harden their stance towards Beijing - Yun Jiang interviewed on ABC Radio National’s PM
RegNet’s Yun Jiang, co-editor of the The China Story, speaks to ABC Radio National’s PM Linda Mottram about Australia’s relationship with China,
Foreign interference and the Chinese diaspora: guilty until proven innocent? - Yun Jiang writes in The China Story
Yun Jiang writes how foreign interference reporting that focuses on allegations of guilt based only on associations and links rather than direct evidence, has real-world consequences and should be
China enacts Hong Kong security law, escalating confrontation with U.S. - Yun Jiang writes in The Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Yun Jiang, comments on China’s decision to adopt a contentious national security law that will allow Beijing to override Hong Ko