Co-founder & Secretary General, Center for China and Globalization, China

Short Biography

DR. MABEL LU MIAO is the Co-founder and Secretary General of the Center for China and Globalization (CCG), Founder and Secretary General of Global Young Leaders Dialogue (GYLD) program, Deputy Director General of the Alliance of Global Talent Organizations (AGTO), Deputy Director-General of the International Writing Center of Beijing Normal University, and Secretary General of Policy Advisory Committee of Western Returned Scholars Association (WRSA).

Dr. Miao is an experienced public speaker, having delivered keynote speeches, participated and moderated numerous panels at home and abroad. In 2016, she was received by the King of Belgium at his palace as the only one representative of young global leaders from Northeast Asia; has been invited to Doha Forum as the only panelist from China in 2018 and 2019; to speak at Paris Peace Forum for four consecutive years since 2018; to participate in the panelist discussion as Lien fellow for years and to comment on reports released by Pew Research Center and many others…. In 2020, she was selected as 2020 Young Leader for Munich Security Conference (MSC); as the only Chinese participant, posted the first question to United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres at the Munich Security Conference Special Edition 2021; she was also appointed as Co-Chairman of Think20 (G20 Summit 2021 Think Tank) Task Force. Founded by Dr. Miao, 36 foreign youth representatives of Global Young Leaders Dialogue (GYLD) Program from 28 countries wrote to President Xi to congratulate the CPC on its 100th birthday in July; GYLD participants received a reply letter from President Xi Jinping on August 11th.

Dr. Mabel holds a Ph.D degree in Modern and Contemporary Chinese Studies from Beijing Normal University; a visiting fellow at New York University and Harvard University; a post-doctoral fellow of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUS), and a Lien Fellow at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. As an accomplished scholar, she has 30 publications including monographs, edited volumes, co-authored books, and journal articles in the Chinese and English languages on global talent, Chinese returnees, global trade and investment relations, and global governance, to name a few, The Globalization of Chinese Enterprises: Trends and Characteristics (Springer, 2020), Handbook on China and Globalization (Edward Elgar, 2019), Blue Book of Global Talent Series: Annual Report on the Development of Chinese Returnees, Report on Overseas Chinese Professionals etc.