Yale Law School LL.M. JSD
Peking University Master of Law
Yantai University LLB
Associate Professor. China University of Political Science and Law (January 2007 – present)
Courses taught: Administrative Law, Comparative Competition Law, Labor Law,
Officer on Secondment. Antimonopoly Office/Bureau, Ministry of Commerce, People's Republic of China (August 2007 – November 2009)
Visiting Scholar. WTO Secretariat, Geneva, Switzerland (June-October 2010)
Associate. Lee & Ko, Seoul, Korea (December 2003 – November 2005)
SELECTED ENGLISH PUBLICATIONS (SSRN)
From Status-Based Privilege to Old Age Security: Rethinking Public Pension Reform in China, 82 UMKCLR 967 (2014).
The Multiple Hands: Institutional Dynamics of China’s Competition Regime, in China’s Anti-Monopoly Law–The First Five Years (Adrian Emch & David Stallibrass, eds. Wolters Kluwer, 2013).
Trade Associations and Private Antitrust Litigation in China, CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Spring 2013, Volume 4 Number 1.
China's Merger Control Regime in the Face of Global Integration: Features and Implications, Prismas, Vol. 7, No. 2, December 2010
Merger Remedies in China: Developments and Issues, Competition Law International, Vol. 6, No. 2, September 2010.
The New Economic Constitution in China: A Third Way for Competition Regime? 24 Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business 107 (2003) (with Youngjin Jung).
Redefining the Goals of Pension Reform in China, American-Chinese Society & Culture, Vol. 6, No.2, December 2003.
AREAS OF STUDIES
Administrative Law, Competition Law, Labor Law,
National Bar of China
New York State Bar