Qianfan Zhang is a leading constitutional scholar and public intellectual in China, and has been the vice president of the Chinese Constitutional Law Association since 2004. He obtained his PhD in government from the University of Texas at Austin in 1999, and taught comparative constitutional law and administrative law at School of Law, Nanjing University, before he joined the law faculty at Peking University in 2003, where he is now the director of the Center for the People's Congress and Parliamentary Studies. He has published widely in the areas of Chinese and comparative constitutional law, moral, and political philosophy.
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