Yan advises major global corporations with a particular focus on public affairs, government engagement, mergers & acquisitions, and corporate reputation management as well as crisis and issues management. She provides counsel to senior management of foreign companies as they position their organizations in China and leaders of Chinese companies going global.
Yan worked as a journalist for ITN and CNN for more than a decade, winning three Emmy Awards in that time. Today, she is a regular speaker at preeminent events, including the Hamburg Summit and POWER Shanghai. She is a Vice-Chair of the board of The Golden Bridges Foundation, a member of the 2005 Committee, the China Women’s Club, and the Western Returned Scholars Association. Born in Beijing, Yan holds two Master’s degrees in International Relations and Political Science from Columbia University, New York, and a Master in Advanced Russian Area Studies from Hunter College at the City University of New York. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Russian Language and Literature from Beijing Normal University.
Brunswick's 'New Perceptions of China Going Global’ report captures public perceptions of Chinese investment into 18 markets around the world, from Germany, the UK and the US, to 15 countries along the Belt and Road, such as India and South Africa.
By Yan Mei
22 January 2019
Tensions in US China relations were taken to an entirely new level last Thursday with the news that Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer and deputy chairman of Huawei, as well as the daughter of the firm's founder, was arrested in Vancouver at the request of the US authorities.
By Yan Mei
10 December 2018