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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Zhang
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Zhang Weiwei (Chinese: 张维为) is a Chinese professor of international relations at Fudan University, and a senior research fellow at the Chunqiu Institute. He was a senior fellow at the Centre for Asian Studies, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, and a visiting professor at the Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations.
Zhang has written extensively in English and Chinese on China's economic and political reform, China's development model and comparative politics. In the mid-1980s he worked as a senior English interpreter for Deng Xiaoping as well as other Chinese leaders.
Ideology and Economic Reform under Deng Xiaoping (Kegan Paul, London, 1996),
Transforming China: Economic Reform and its Political Implications (Macmillan, London and St. Martins, New York, 2000),
Reshaping Cross-Strait Relations: Ideas and Reflections (CAS, Geneva, 2006),
Zhongguo Chudong Quanqiu (China Touches the World) (Xinhua Press, Beijing, 2008),
The China Wave: Rise of a Civilizational State (World Century Publishing Corporation, 2012)
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